Christians are called to:
. September 2004
During the National Election the ACDP decided to support (or is it more than that) the ANC in Kwa-Zulu Natal to allow the ANC to rule in that province. The whole election was fought along racial lines. It was clearly said on television that the blacks should stand together in the election.
What made a Christian party decide to assist a secular/ humanistic party to gain the upper hand in our fight against ungodly rule in out country? Was it because there was a call for blacks to stand together? Or was it for the extra seat in parliament?
The whole time people were told about Christian principles and how important it is and then that same party turned around and yoked themselves to the ANC. Do not be unequally yoked together with unbelievers; for what fellowship does righteousness have with lawlessness? And what partnership does light have with darkness? 2Co 6:14
After the NNP’s announcement in August 2004, about walking over to the ANC, I wonder: is anything impossible?
What does the Word of God say? Do not be unequally yoked with unbelievers. There are hundreds of thousands blinded Christians that are supporting the ANC; does that make the ANC a godly party? NO! Their teachings are like those of the unbelievers. The Word of God says further: What fellowship does righteousness have with lawlessness? We would like a straight answer from the ACDP: Why do you appear to have fellowship with the ANC? As far as we know most of the ACDP supporters are committed born again Christians. Are they in agreement with the ACDP leadership’s decision to go into partnership with the ANC? And what partnership does light have with darkness? Has their membership agreed to be unequally yoked, without their permission being asked beforehand?
Speak Out! Make it clear that we want committed, born again Christians to rule our country. We are not in favour of a specific race or language group or party to rule. As long as they are committed, born again Christians that are not unequally yoked we have no problem with it.
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