If Barack Obama is counting on the 96 percent of African-American voters who supported him in 2008 to do the same in November, he has reason to worry.
‚ÄúIt is time for black Christians to have the faith and courage to refuse to associate with the Democratic Party that has become anti-Christian, anti-Israel, anti-Church, anti-Bible, anti-life, anti-family and anti-God,‚ÄĚ said Bishop E. W. Jackson Sr., president of the group STAND, Staying True to America‚Äôs National Destiny.
Jackson is leading an effort, called Exodus Now, that is heralded as the first time a nationally prominent black pastor has called on African-Americans to leave the Democratic Party since the black community‚Äôs political realignment with Democrats in the 1960s.
In a message posted on YouTube, Jackson calls on black Christians to end ‚Äúthe slavish devotion to the Democratic Party.‚ÄĚ...
Thank-you so much for your testimony. It is so comforting to know that good God fearing people are still alive and well. It is so important that are prayers and faith bring us together so we can stand up and protect our religious freedoms. Your words were inspiring and I am grateful.
We all came from one man and it's sad that race is used to swayed the American. I'm an "African American" woman who joined in on the Genocide by having an abortion. I stand with Mr Jackson by standing firm on the principles of God.
For the Christian, allegiance to Christ must be above any perceived allegiance to culture and/or race.
I thank God for giving me the wisdom to avoid voting for Obama in 2008, and I will NOT vote for him this year, either. I am black, but I do not believe that automatically obligates me to support Obama. I hate to see so many black people deceived and brainwashed into thinking that way.
God bless you brother! That is one Spirit inspired message! It's time for Christians of all color, gender, and ethnicity to wake up to what these politicians are doing to our country! God give us ears to hear what the Spirit is saying to the church in these last days!