Chaplains Corner

This is posted a little late, but these thoughts apply to everyday life.

Dear Masonic Brothers:

Our election is in 13 days.  Sometimes we simply go into the voting  booth
and vote for our favorite regardless of their moral values.  I urge  you to
turn to Psalm 146.  The Psalmist says that God is the one "who  executes
justice for the oppressed, who gives food to the hungry.  The LORD  sets the
prisoners free, and opens the eyes of the blind."  These are God's  values,
according to he psalm.  And while Christians may debate the ways  that our
society can address these social problems, trhere should be no  disagreement
about the priorities of God. when you enter the voting booth, vote  for the
candidate who is best aligned with God's priorities.

Bless all of you as you struggle with your decision.


Chaplain, Rev. Earl Kammerud

Organization: 

There are two things needed in these days; first, for rich men to find out how poor men live, and second, for poor men to know how rich men work. -Edward Atkinson