Herman Cain and Sarah Palin, anyone?

I just heard about a wonderful man, Herman Cain, who may be running for President in 2012.  I did some research to find out a little more about him and found that I really like him.  A survivor of cancer, Cain states, “When you look death right between the eyes, the faith that you had increases.” As a survivor of domestic violence, I can relate.  Herman Cain is pro-life, not a sleazy politician, a good businessman, humble enough to say he’d depend on experts where he’s not up to par on Foreign policy, and a black man who can contend against Obama.  Cain’s belief that Planned Parenthood was “put in black communities so they could help kill black babies before they came into the world” makes a statement for the pro-life cause and the black community. Speaking on race relations, Cain says, “Whether we will ever reach that utopian level of all men created equal and all men being treated equal, I don’t know. You know, the journey in life is to strive to be better and better every day, to strive to be more Christ-like. Whether or not any of us get to the level of Christ himself, I doubt it, because we are human.”  I wish he’d said, all men and women are created equal, but the thought was there. 

Now if we could just get Sarah Palin to run along side him. One article I read says this concerning Cain’s and Palin’s politics:”Calling his politics essentially the same as those of Sarah Palin and approving of Donald Trump’s incessant call for the Obama’s birth certificate, Cain has managed to take the Tea Party advocations that are least settling with the mainstream and color them with an entertaining and controversial character.”
Wouldn’t that be great; a white woman with good sense, and a black man with good sense? We’d likely get much of the women’s vote, a good deal of the black vote, and likely most or all of the Christian conservative vote as well.  “You see, evangelical Christians have the potential, if they vote in large numbers, to offset the union vote, to offset the gay vote, and to offset the vote of those that don’t particularly have any religion at all. And so that’s why it would be so critical,” states Cain.  We need to pray for this man, who is an ordained minister, as well.  He’s a godly man, who will lead this country back to where it needs to be.  If we had Palin along side him, we would have a team, who this country could know would do what’s right for the people.


About mamaheartfilled

I am a mother of eight wonderfully challenging children and nine grandkids, of whom I am very proud. I am also a bi-vocational ordained evangelical minister, and a Christian Counselor. I received my B.S. degree in 2004, studying primarily in the areas of Psychology, with minors in Religion and English. I received my Masters Degree in 2009 in Psychological Counseling with an emphasis in Christian Counseling. I have endeavored to paraphrase the Bible, both Old and New Testaments, for the last ten years or so and am working on a final edit, now. It is my hope that it will be of some use in the great commission of Christ. My ministry is primarily geared toward victims of sexual and domestic violence, including victims of childhood sexual abuse, whether currently or in the past. Since I have personally experienced the healing hand of God in overcoming many of the life issues that Christians may face, I feel qualified and compelled to discuss them in a truthful and open manner, as God’s word tells us that “We shall know the truth and the truth shall set us free.” God has brought me through such diverse tribulations as sexual, physical, and mental abuse, being a victim of a drunk driving accident, spousal pornography addiction, adultery, divorce, remarriage, a very brief, though unjust, incarceration, and having experienced multiple miscarriages and various other trials. I have been asked to leave two Southern Baptist Churches, due to my being a female, ordained as a minister, and fired from a SBC sponsored Christian School (mostly white) for speaking out against racial prejudice in the Family of God. Through God’s merciful forgiveness of my own sins and inadequacies and God’s grace given to me to forgive those who have been a stumbling block to me, I have overcome many of these adversities. God’s word tells us that “All things work together for good to those who love the Lord and are called according to the purposes of God." Since I have this hope, I believe that God has blessed me with the ability to confront and relate these issues to the Christian community around the world. I hope to be able to use my personal experiences as a ministry of God’s grace and in the comforting of the people of God with the truth of God's mercy. I claim II Corinthians 1: 3 & 4 as my calling, which states: “Blessed be God, the Origin of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Origin of mercies, and the God of comfort; who comforts us in all our troubles, that we may be able to comfort those who are in trouble, by the comfort we ourselves have been given by God.” As I have received the gift of God’s healing, I hope to be able to bring the peace beyond understanding to others with the message of God’s mercy and grace. My love for the Sovereign Lord of my life, Jesus Christ, along with my passion for writing has drawn me to explore these commonly experienced crisis issues from the perspective of my own experience in the hope that I may bring an empathetic and compassionate insight to God’s people. I am now a published author and have several books in publication, including my autobiography, "A Little Redneck Theology." The views expressed in my writings are strictly my own insights, acquired from personal experience and diligent study of the related topics and God’s word concerning them. Though I am an ordained minister, my views should not be considered authoritative. I believe that the Christian community’s ultimate authority is the guidance of the human heart by the Holy Spirit and the Word of God.
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2 Responses to Herman Cain and Sarah Palin, anyone?

  1. Check out this short video compilation highlighting some of the differences in worldview between Mr. Cain and President Obama and his administration. Clearly Mr. Cain advocates for an empowerment society and Mr. Obama advocates for victimhood and entitlements in exchange for votes. When Herman Cain debates Obama on race, my sense is that Mr. Cain will take the president to the woodshed.



  2. Haron Obita says:

    Dear precious servants of the Most High God Herman and sarah,
    Much greetings in the name of Jesus.We are a young Christian fellowship from Kenya.We are grateful to pass our gratitude to your christian teachings after visiting your website.We woul like to thank you for the good work for the Lord.Since we are a young fellowship seeking to know and live for the truth such as you teach,we would like to request you to send us more teachings for our spiritual growth!

    We believe in God as we rely on His true Bible and it is our prayer and hope that God open you a way to come and lay us the foundation truth for us and our community at large! We hope God has great things in store for you and us and that He will do grat things.We also hope that you will be of greater blessings as you agree to stand with us in faith and prayers.It is our hope to enjoy God’s kingdom as you agree to share and further it with us here on earth!

    Remain in God’s abundant blessings as you labor for His kingdom purposes.

    Yours in Christ,

    Brother Haron and Sister Agnes


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