Rather than lashing out at our brothers and sisters over our frustrations that our desires for the 2016 election don't align with God's, we should be doing this.
"I obviously can't say what will happen with certainty because there are some events that cannot be determined."
As Americans, we tend to think that the universe revolves around us and that God has only our concerns in mind.
The Supreme Court Justices are no less subject to the Constitution than are state judges.
"I recently saw this frustration and anger firsthand in a Bible study I was leading."
"I agree with the revolution; I just don't believe Trump is the right one to lead it."
Here are five points to consider.
Bottom line: God has a voter guide.
It is important for all Republicans to understand that the charge of being elite and racist will be levied on whoever becomes the party's nominee.
This charismatic pastor urges Christians to pray and listen to their hearts.
Don't let Hillary Clinton's victory in South Carolina and on Super Tuesday fool you.
$544 billion is a lot more money than you think.
Seventy-two percent of GOP primary voters were self-identified evangelicals, and 33 percent of them voted for a man who seems proud of the fact he's never asked God for forgiveness even a single time.
Donald Trump has done a great job of tearing down his opponents in the Republican Primaries, but that is not enough to win in November.
The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee offered his thoughts Monday during a floor speech.
The Supreme Court's Obergefell v. Hodges opinion was never about "equality" and a recent news article exposed the LGBT activists' lies.
To maintain America we must respect the process by which we make, interpret and apply law.
"I prefer to rely upon the judgment of the wise men who constructed our system, and of the people who approved it, and two centuries of history that have shown it to be sound."
A communication studies professor at UCLA weighs in on the process to replace Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia.
"The last time a justice was confirmed in an election year with a divided government, as we have today, was 1880. We can afford to wait."
As of now, the presidential race is still wide open. The following are some brief snapshots related to Joseph Mattera's observations of the major candidates.