Greetings my Democratic Family, I have a few words of wisdom that the Lord is leading me to impart to all of you to better the entire party and its impact on America and the world. I want to remind you that the first thing you want to remember is that each of you is a guardian. Whether you are a guardian as a congressman or a senator, you are getting involved in politics to help improve the lives of all Americans.
The central focus of your mission is as a team player. You are not there to exhibit vigilante or lone wolf behavior or even impede the progress of all initiatives but to make sure they are pushed forward as the entire parties’ platform. You are there to make a difference for your communities and the nation.
The second word of advice is that we only have one president at a time. I am sure you are aware of the consequences and havoc that resulted from the prior president’s interference. The administration needs your full participation and in a most respectful and team manner.
Everybody does not need to wrestle to get into the news every day to be seen and cause conflict. When you have something to say, there is a right way to say it. Remember, you are doing it for the good of your team and party. You do not want to give the other party admonition to fight against the progress that you are making.
The Bible tells us in Galatians 5:15 that if you constantly fight and devour each other with bickering and strife, your efforts will destroy you and the entire party.
Lastly, I would say that the most important fact you need to incorporate into your everyday functions is that life and death are in the power of the tongue, and they that love it will eat the fruit thereof (Proverbs 18: 21).
Your words can speak life or death. It is not just how you communicate but for what purpose. Remember that a word fitly spoken shows wisdom and is a thousand times more effective (Proverbs 25:11). I would add that having more faith in what you are doing or saying will be more impactful to the hearers. If you do not have confidence in what you are doing or saying, nobody else will.
Do not let every conversation be about what the next party is doing. Your primary concern is what you are doing to make our lives better. You are not there to fight the other party. You help make America a place where all citizens can realize their dreams and have equal opportunities. When you are generous to the poor, you are lending to the Lord, and his help is already available to help you achieve your goal (Proverbs 19: 17).