The American businessman and politician, Bernard Baruch, once offered the following advice: Vote for the man who promises the least; he’ll be the least disappointing.
On one level, it’s a rather sad, if cynical, indictment of the political process. It seems to confirm the widely held view that politicians are always promising us the world, and always breaking their promise at the first available opportunity. Indeed, our experience tells us that not only are promises broken, but the policies that are the exact opposite of what we voted for are often those which end up being enacted. Continue reading “John 14:8-17”