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Check a box but guard your heart today

November 6, 2012

Today, we’ll tell one family they can’t live at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and we’ll tell another family they can . . . temporarily.

Isn’t that odd? This presidential election is a choice between two men and two visions. However, either direction is temporary.

In January, two families will move their families across the country or won’t based solely on which box more pencils check today. Then four years later we’ll re-decide.

There are impossibly high expectations and hope placed on the POTUS.

So today one man will receive my vote but a different man already owns my hope.

My hope is in the One who “early voted” for me, whose permanent residence will one day be mine, whose term never expires, and whose promises all come true.

“Our hope is not in the man we put in the White House but in the Man we put on the cross.” – Rick Warren

My vote is temporary. My hope is permanent.


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