Bringing spiritual sense to political choices

I was sure I had chosen the right candidate to support—until prayer made me think more about it.

Elections involve choices: it's obvious that we vote for one candidate or another, and ultimately one or the other wins the election. Sometimes we may even be tempted to feel that it doesn't really make much difference who wins and who loses.

Other times, we may feel that the future of our church, city, state, province, or even country hinges on what happens at the ballot box. And even if we are sure we've done all we can to make the right choice, there are always others who will vote differently.

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