But avoid foolish controversies and genealogies and arguments and quarrels about the law, because they are unprofitable and useless. – Titus 1:9
I was watching people argue about the elections and whom they wanted to win. As I stood there watching these people, I was astonished at how heated the conversation got; people started cursing and yelling and a lot of them eventually walked away out of anger. Christians ought to stay away from this.
Oftentimes, we Christians can get caught up in controversial discussions and arguments about things that we don’t necessarily agree with. The Bible calls them unprofitable and useless and we are warned to have nothing to do with them. As Christians, we absolutely have the right to take a stand on different issues and have opinions about them, but we shouldn’t impose them on anyone or get into arguments about them. The law can be a very sensitive subject that stirs up a lot of dissension, and that is why we are warned to avoid quarrels about it.
There isn’t much else to say regarding this issue, but there is a lot of controversy surrounding the upcoming election and the candidates. I just want to urge you all to be careful about the things you say, how you say them, and to whom you say them. Have nothing to do with foolish and unprofitable conversations and make a godly decision about whom you choose to support.
Stay blessed and spread the word.