At the beginning of Part 1 of my three-part series of posts last week entitled A Choice Between Two Futures, I explained for the benefit of all my readers, regardless of their religious beliefs, my rationale for addressing that series and other posts I am publishing in the two weeks prior to the upcoming election specifically to any Christians who follow this Blog — even more specifically, to Christians who are eligible to vote but have not yet done so. If you haven’t read that series, please consider doing so — it explains why I am so passionate about communicating those thoughts and those I’m expressing here to any Christians who will read my posts [you can access Part 1 by clicking here:] Part 1.
In this post, I am recommending that every Christian reading it watch every second of the one hour and six minutes of the video to which I’ll include the YouTube link within a few sentences below as I close this brief introduction to it.
The video is the 10/25/20 sermon called Election Day Sermon by Gary Hamrick, Pastor of Cornerstone Chapel in Leesburg, Virginia. I had never heard of him until I watched this sermon after receiving the link in an email from two of my dearest friends in Christ. His introduction of the topic [first 12 minutes or so] is extremely important for all people of faith because it sets the context for the sermon, but it’s particularly important for Christians. Expanding the “math” of the “one picture is worth a thousand words” adage to a video [which shows 30 frames (pictures) per second,] the remainder of this post is the equivalent of 118,000 words! I’ll simply give you the link because nothing I could write here — even in 118,000 words — could express my thoughts as succinctly and accurately as this pastor did in this sermon. This pastor is preaching what every pastor in America should be preaching at this critical crossroads in our nation’s history. Here’s the link: https://youtu.be/EpehM9M5_xE.
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Charles M. Jones