So true, yet many place part of their faith in that party to turn this country around.
As for the next republican candidate for president, I believe it will be another moderate or even liberal republican. I don't feel there'e enough true conservatives in the republican party to have a real republican conservative candidate. Of course even if they come up with a real republican conservative candidate they will be only worldly conservative, not Christians conservative.
Last Sunday, in our adult Sunday school class our pastor teaches, someone brought up the idea of trying to change the country through voting. Our pastor pointed out that only the Gospel can truly change the country. He further pointed out how the most dramatic changes to take place in America were all the result of the preaching of the Gospel and making disciples.
As he pointed out, any political change will only be temporary and made of stubble as it doesn't change the heart. Only the transformation that comes from being born again in Christ changes the heart and makes permanent change that not only effects this life, but lasts for eternity.
Are we going to serve the Lord and build that which is precious and withstands the fire, or are we going to settle for building with wood, hay and stubble which will all be burned away?