Many will look lightly upon this message, some going as far as to state that where sin abounds in abundance, God's grace is greater. Here is where Christians (true believers and followers of Jesus Christ) have to make a major decision: "Come out of her, my people, as we are urged by Christ in Revelation 18:4.
More importantly, the church has failed one of its many tasks, that of unmasking these idols, especially in the political arena. Rather than exposing the evils of today's political leaders, many Christians have become involved with their political machinations. Way too many Christian leaders believe they can solve today's problems by becoming active in politics. Unlike the prophet Nathan, who confronted King David for stealing Uriah's wife. The courage the prophet Nathan displayed could have cost him his life, for daring to accuse King David of the sin of adultery and murder. Unlike Nathan, today's Christian leaders bow before today's political leaders solely to taste a little bit of their power.