We are at war (5) – the significance of the pro-life vote

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We are at war (5) – the significance of the pro-life vote
“…against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil” Eph 6:12

It seems as if the pro-life vote may have been quite significant in the selection of Donald Trump as President Elect as per the excerpts from the articles below.

In light of the fact that we are now given a surprising and unparalleled opportunity to influence the “life” future for the USA let us be faithful in prayer that the Christian people Donald Trump has gathered around him will be able to influence and support a God-honouring basis for his presidency and that he will essentially be or become a “God-fearing” President.


Wed Nov 9, 2016 – 11:10 am EST

Pro-life vote ‘paved the way’ for Trump, GOP victories: Susan B. Anthony List Lisa Bourne

WASHINGTON, D.C., November 9, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – Republican Donald Trump’s historic victory over Democrat Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election was amplified by pro-life victories in down-the-ballot races, with pro-life Susan B. Anthony List saying it was the pro-life vote that propelled Trump and the U.S. Senate candidates to victory.

“Both the presidential race and the control of the Senate came down to tens of thousands of votes in Florida, Ohio, and North Carolina,” she said. “Donald Trump and pro-life Senate candidates won in every state where SBA List engaged.”

In the weeks before the election, SBA List reached out personally to 1.6 million pro-life voters, including 1.1 million voters directly in their homes in the battleground states of Florida, North Carolina, Ohio, and Missouri.

SBA List Communications Director Mallory Quigley told Cleveland.com, “We found that [going door-to-door] is the most effective way to turn votes.”

(see the full article for a list of those elected with a pro-life stand)



Revenge of the Deplorables!

FRC Action (Family Research Council) November 10, 2016

There may be another reason Donald Trump did so well with evangelical voters: Hillary Clinton didn’t want them!

Of course, as most Americans know, Clinton’s camp didn’t just ignore evangelicals and Catholics — she mocked them. In emails between her top communications official and others, WikiLeaks helped spell out the campaign’s hostility toward the church. (Not that Hillary’s disdain was exactly a secret after her “basket of deplorables” rant.)

“God produced a miracle in response to the prayers and fasting of His people… The challenge is now for the body of Christ to be agents of reconciliation and unity, and to now lead the country toward policies and behaviors that will honor God and His life principles.”

Tony Perkins’ Washington Update is written with the aid of FRC Action senior writers.


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