If you’ve ever thought, Why vote? My vote won’t make a difference!, then you’re missing an opportunity to elect governing officials who can make decisions that will positively impact your daily life. Complacency is common among Christians because many don’t view voting as a spiritual matter. Nothing could be further from the truth. Voting is our spiritual and political duty. History has proven the enormous power that one vote carries. In fact, it can determine the outcome of an election or mean the difference between life and death. Here are a few instances where one vote made a difference. • • • • • • • • • In 1960, Richard Nixon lost the American presidency to John F. Kennedy by a margin of less than one vote per precinct (ward). California, Idaho, Washington, Oregon and Texas achieved statehood by one vote. By one vote, Adolf Hitler won leadership of the Nazi party in 1923. In 1776, one vote made English America’s primary language instead of German. One vote caused Charles I of England to be executed in 1649. One vote elected Thomas Jefferson President of the US in 1800. One vote placed King George I on the throne of England in 1714 and restored the monarchy. In 1846, a one-vote margin in the U.S. senate approved President Polk’s request for a Declaration of War against Mexico. One vote saved President Andrew Johnson from impeachment in 1868.

The next time you are tempted to question whether or not you should vote, consider the important issues that affect you, your community and your country. Don’t sit at home feeling powerless on Election Day; instead, exercise your right to make sound voting choices. Your vote does make a difference.

Did you know that? Psalm 118 is the middle chapter of the entire Bible? And before Psalm 118, we have Psalm 117, the shortest chapter in the Bible? Then, after Psalm 118, we have Psalm 119, which is the longest chapter in the Bible.

Did you know there are 594 chapters before and 594 chapters following Psalm 118? And if you add up all the chapters except Psalm 118. born in 1839. you get a total of 1188 chapters. • Both their killers were assassinated before their trials.Abraham Lincoln and John F. • Lincoln was killed by John Wilkes Booth. Kennedy was shot in the head while standing and smiling. Incidentally. • Lincoln was elected to Congress in 1846. Kennedy’s killer ran from a warehouse and got caught in a theatre. . In life and death. born in 1939. Would God want it to have a special message for us? It says: ‘’ It is better to take refuge in God than to trust in man’’. Both killers had fifteen-letter name (John Wilkes Booth and Lee Harvey Oswald). • • • Both their killers were known by their three-letter names. WHAT A GREAT COINCIDENCE! There were two great American presidents. Both were assassinated while in office. Lincoln’s killer ran from a theatre and got caught in a warehouse. Kennedy was killed by Lee Harvey Oswald. • • Both were assassinated by Southern Americans. Lincoln’s successor in office was Johnson born in 1808. Kennedy. 1188 or Psalm 118 verse 8 also happens to be the middle verse of the entire Bible. Kennedy was elected to congress in 1946. Kennedy was elected President in 1960. • • • Both had seven-letter names – Kennedy and Lincoln. Lincoln was shot in the head while sitting and laughing. Kennedy’s successor in office was Johnson born in 1908. they were not separated. • Lincoln was elected President in 1860.

he was in Monroe. Marilyn. he was in Monroe. A week before Kennedy’s death. Maryland. Nostradamus himself couldn’t have predicted so great a coincidence.• A week before Lincoln’s death. .

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