Insight - Aug. 28th, 2020
Insight • 29-Aug-2020
Today on Insight, John and Josh Rosenstern discuss the November 3rd election and some house keeping issues leading up to it. Brother Josh says everyone who needs to get registered is running out of time. The Rosensterns say it’s understandable if you can’t get out to vote, you can request to do a mail in ballot. Just go online to your Secretary of State’s Office website, and request a ballot that is then mailed back once filled out. The controversy is over a mass send out of ballots to everyone; that mass mail in could result in fraud. If you are concerned about voting during the pandemic, you can wear your mask and remember to social distance. Brother John says he was thrilled with the last night of the Republican National Convention and it’s emphasis on everyday people and the frequent references to God. Brother John says be careful of the two party platforms, both have problems; it’s not a Democrat verses Republican answer. Voters must know the issues, and vote as the bible leads on those moral issues. Christians must know where they stand with regards to Christ.
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