Dan’s Online Diary 

# 20.8.05 by Dan

I just had a thought while I was watching Helen Clark's interview on agenda this morning. It's merely a refinement of what I've been thinking all along.

In this election, we have more chance of getting a Christian MP into parliament than we do of voting out all, or even any, of the immoral, anti-Christian influences in parliament.

In this election, we're not out to change the world, or even NZ, politically. That is nigh impossible in just this one election. What we can do, however, is vote a strong Christian voice into parliament; a voice that is founded on strong biblical policy, and cannot be silenced or stifled by other elements in its party (unlike UF, or Christian MPs in other parties, for example).

That leaves CHNZ or Destiny.

And of course I'm biased, but even the difference between CHNZ and Destiny on the issue of abortion (there are other issues, don't worry), as Scott has drawn out, should make the choice pretty easy for any Christian.

Christians, this is a test of our faith. If we are faithful to God, He will be faithful to us, and as a nation, we will reap the blessings of having a clear Christian voice in parliament.