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Tuesday, October 14, 2008

VOTE!

This is what I will be doing this afternoon. My husband will not be in town during the election, and we found out recently that we can vote early, from now until the election. So this afternoon my ballot will be cast. A reminder to all, be much in prayer for this election and our future President.

"The king's heart is like channels of water in the hand of the Lord; He turns it wherever He wishes." Proverbs 21:1

12 comments:

Rae said...

Don't we live in a wonderful country where we can exercise our right to vote? Hubby and I are praying and fasting for the future of our country!

Victoria said...

I am planning to vote early too! What a great verse to post.

Love the plates on the wall in your last post.

Lorrie said...

I have really loved early voting, it makes it so much easier. I remember that as a freshman in college was my very first time to vote and I did it by absentee ballot that had to be arranged for way ahead of time. It was quite a feeling to know that for the very first time I had a say in a Presidential election.

~~Deby said...

Amen...PRAYING....
~deby

Liz said...

How is it after attending church my ENTIRE life I've never read that verse? I love that.

Darlene said...

I will definitely be voting and praying!

Marie said...

My husband sent in his absentee ballot to Michigan yesterday. I registered to vote in GA a few weeks ago...I can vote as early as next Wednesday. I can't decide whether to vote early or wait until the big day. My husband will be gone on Election day so I'll have to sit and watch the returns on tv alone.

Christina said...

Did you get your paperback pumpkin to fan out? My hubby did say that some paperback have a different binding than others and maybe that could be the problem.

I plan to vote early too. In fact maybe even today.

Stacey said...

My hubby voted early this week. He will be in Alaska on Nov. 4th!

I'm so glad you came to visit me. Please come again. :)

Cherry's Jubilee said...

I can't wait to vote! It is an honor. cherry

Katie said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog!! Yes, I'm praying for God's will. It is not exactly pretty. Praying for the babies and that Roe VS.Wade will be thrown out.

Carol said...

I remember how excited I was to be the first 18 year old to register to vote in my hometown. I haven't missed voting since! We are praying everyday for this very important election.
Blessings,
Carol ~ in Oklahoma