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You Are A Politician!

Every citizen of the United States of America is a politician. America is a republic. This means that it is governed by the people. The highest authority in the land is not the President or Congress, it's the people. Unfortunately, the American people have grossly neglected their office. We have come to the point of crisis and are in danger of losing our republic if we do not take office and steer our country back in place. Many people have thought that Christians should not be involved in politics, that they are under God's authority and don't need to tangle with worldly things. Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, the opposite is true.


Peter wrote that the people of God are to "submit yourselves for the Lord's sake to every human institution, whether to a king as the one in authority, or to governors as sent by him..." (1 Peter 2:14). The government of the United States is a human institution. Our republic is a human institution that we, as believers are told by the Lord we need to submit to. In our republic, you are a ruling authority. It's time to submit to this institution, rise up and take the responsibility of your office!


Michael Farris in Constitutional Literacy says, "The Constitution is not a document whereby an all-powerful government grants certain rights and privileges to its citizens. No, it's the other way around. The Constitution is a document whereby the citizens of the United States grant certain authorities and power to their government."


Paul wrote that "every person is to be in subjection to the governing authorities For there is no authority except from God, and those which exist are established by God." The authority of the American republic is from God Himself. The authority you have in governing this country is from God Himself. "Therefore whoever resists authority has opposed the ordinance of God; and they who have opposed will receive condemnation upon themselves." (Romans 13:1-2). Christians have resisted the authority God has given us as a ruling voice, and it has brought condemnation upon us. Our freedom to speak and to live as Christians is under serious attack!


What is your political job description as an American citizen? To vote representatives into office that will uphold the constitution and to hold them accountable while in office. You may also consider running for office yourself. It's not too late. You can still take your rightful place in the office of a citizen. But you need to do it now!


Take your place in the American PIE!


Pray: Seek the Lord above all else. Communicate with Him daily.

Pray for all those in authority--American citizens, those in elected office, Christians, and all who are in positions of authority.


Inform yourself: Study the Bible, the ultimate authority that will judge all things in the end.

Study the constitution--the law of the land that you, as a politician, are to protect and defend.

Study current events, laws that are being introduced and voted on, the trends of society.



Speak and proclaim the Word. Let your conversation support the Gospel as you speak to your friends, family and those in your sphere of influence. Preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ.


Write your legislatures, judges, school boards, the media, and whoever else the Lord leads, to make your voice and views heard.


Constitutional Literacy, Copyright 2014 by Michael Farris, Apologia Educational Ministries Inc. Anderson, Indiana