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The Day After
by Steve Higginbotham
November 11, 2008

Yesterday, the citizens of the United States of America elected its 44th President.  Like all election days, hope flourishes.  But the day after...well now, that's a day that often brings disappointment and despair.  So I offer this little "True/False" quiz to you on the day after.

         True/False  On the day after the election, Jesus Christ still King of Kings and Lord of lords.

         True/False  On the day after the election, our Christian mission and responsibilities are the same as they were the day before the election?

         True/False  On the day after the election, we are still, first and foremost, citizens of the Kingdom of God.

         True/False  On the day after the election, the cross of Jesus, not the President or the government is our salvation.

         True/False  On the day after the election, we still have treasure in heaven, regardless of what we may have in the bank?

         True/False  On the day after the election, God still rules in the kingdoms of men?

         True/False  On the day after the election, God will continue to work through his people to accomplish his purposes.

Friends, regardless of who sits in the White House, Jesus Christ sits on the Throne!  Today is reason to rejoice, even if your chosen candidate was not elected, for we are citizens of the eternal Kingdom of God and that Kingdom can never be shaken or destroyed (Daniel 2:44; Hebrews 12:28),

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