Amidst a bunch of things we may not agree with, First Lady Michelle Obama did say something that rung eerily true on the first night of the Democratic National Conference. Obama told her avid listeners that this election will be "about who will have the power to shape our children for the next four or eight years of their lives."
How right she is. And the person Obama is supporting for that intense influence is someone who is committed to letting people kill their unborn children--up until the delivery date--and who will most likely confuse gender for the next generation even more. Under that projection, there might not be much of a future generation at all.
But Obama painted quite the opposite picture as she continued in her speech to support Clinton, reports the Christian Post. "See, I trust Hillary to lead this country because I've seen her lifelong devotion to our nation's children. Not just her own daughter, who she has raised to perfection, but every child who needs a champion. Kids who take the long way to school to avoid the gangs, kids who wonder how they'll ever afford college, kids whose parents don't speak a word of English but dream of a better life. Kids who look to us to determine who and what they can be," she rallied.
It's scary to think about our nation being pushed even further into a godless direction. But presumably, that will be what will happen if Clinton takes office. Franklin Graham is right: we need to pray more than ever for God to help us. As the First Lady rightly said, it will have a tremendous effect on our children. Do you agree?