An election sermon has to do with the civil duty of the Pastor in instructing the people of God about their Christian duties in political elections. It is taken from the Colonial example that said 'we have to take God's Word and apply it to all areas of life'. Therefore Colonial Pastors would preach election sermons to put before the people their Biblical duties when going to vote.
Listen as Pastor McDade reminds us of our God given duties when going to the polls this year and every year.
Great Sermon! Pastor McDade is one of the most gifted expositors on the duties of the civil magistrate. This is one of the most challenging sermons on our duties when it comes to voting. I encourage everyone to listen to this challenging and very biblical message. Thank you Providence Reformed and Pastor Jeff Black for making this available.
Toni Cunningham (10/16/2004)
This Was So Awesome!!! We are under so much bondage in our present voting system, and Paul McDade explains from scripture how godly voting should work. If all Christians understood that we have no business voting for a man who is not specifically committed to a biblical law order, we'd have a radically different nation. The blessings of Deut 28 would abound. The lesser of two evils and that philosophy's Arminian, humanistic nature wouldn't even be an issue. Thank you so much! May you be an inspiration to preachers all over our country. God bless you.