There are polls in which people voice their feelings about future of this country; and let it be clear that a poll is simply the thoughts of people and not authority of what is right or wrong (Proverbs 12:15, 14:12; Isaiah 55:8-9). And if the majority rules, that still doesn't constitute right, because if so, most people would be going to heaven (Matthew 7:13-14).
Now I would like you to consider some polls that were taken in the Bible: Most thought Noah was a fool for building the Ark (1 Peter 3:20). Most thought Jesus deserved to die (Matt. 27:15-26). The homosexuals in Sodom and Gomorrah thought Lot was wrong because he wouldn’t permit them to molest the men who were his guests (Genesis 19:4-14). The Egyptians thought the Israelites should be slaves (Exodus 1:8-14, 5:20). The Jews thought Samaritans were worthless low class people (John 4:9). The conclusions of those polls showed that people were wrong every time. Remember polls are thoughts of people and not authority (1 Kings 5:11; Joshua 9:14).
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