But God--But I--But--
Okey--you folks who voted for all those major changes in our government--on Judgment Day, there won't be any time for excuses, so I'm glad that my conscience is clear. I didn't vote for abortions up to and even after births. Nor voting to agree on homosexuality, despite how clearly the Bible shows that God is against it. And indicating that you agree with socialism, which is a form of communism, both of which have never lasted in governments. Clearly, we're heading more and more into the anti-God world.
Really--how would you explain your actions if you had a chance to give them, when you meet with God at the end of things on this earth. But you won't get that chance. God has His rules, in writing, in our Bible. He won't be quoting on Judgment Day, but you'll remember hearing, as by chance you've come across sermons on the Radio or TV or the www.
And if you're still alive at the Rapture, you'll get your first terrible experience, when Christians go into the clouds to join Jesus, and you won't be going with them. And incidentally…neither God, nor Jesus, nor the Holy Spirit will put sinners in hell…the Bible shows that angels will have that dirty duty (Matthew 13:41-42).
You can be forgiven for mistakes made, but the error can't be corrected. The results of a vote, or whatever else a person does in this life, can be forgiven, but all of us have to live with the result of wrongful deeds. If you ever have any misgivings about your past, you can give your life to the Lord and He'll let you start all over. But the damage has been done.
Christians have lost a battle, but the Bible shows that we'll win the war.