Are you doing all that you can for the presidential election?



There are many ways that you can help with the upcoming election. You can make phone calls, you can go door to door, you can talk to your friends. But there is one way that doesn’t take much time, and everybody is equipped to do, and that is fasting and praying.

Are we ready for a Mormon president to lead us into the last days? Some people say that it’s our destiny, that it’s inevitable. But God will not give us blessings that we’re not ready for. Although Mormonism is still on a meteoric rise, and its domination is inevitable, we can still shape our own destinies.

If it’s inevitable, what do we lose if we do nothing to help usher it in? A lot, as it turns out. If we can prove to our Heavenly Father that we’re ready for the responsibility of a Mormon president, it will be by proving our own worth and righteousness, which in turn comes with many blessings. These blessings are not only personal, but they benefit the country as a whole. The benefits of having a President of the United States that is guided by God and our prophet are obvious. God always knows the right thing to do, and relies on us to be ready to receive that information. A Mormon in The White House would be in the best position to receive guidance from God.

So what can we do in order to prove our worthiness? It turns out that most of us already do it all the time. We already fast monthly, so why not bump that up to weekly? Fasting and praying is a proven method for raising your level of spirituality, and God would be moved to accept that we¬†are ready for our country’s politics to be divinely guided.

So while we’re praying, why not include Brother Romney in our prayers? The unified voice of The Lord’s faithful servants is powerful indeed; more powerful than any of the secular efforts that we can muster.

The righteous will always prevail. We can just see to it that we prevail that much sooner.

About Jessica Hatch

Jessica Hatch is a political blogger, mother of four, devoted wife, and has been a faithful Mormon for her entire life. She decided to get into blogging when she was disheartened by all the negativity and misinformation that she found on the internet. She resides in Utah, and tries hard to make a positive difference in her community and in the world.

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