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As millions of Americans cast their ballots for Barack Obama or Mitt Romney on Election Day, evangelical leaders are tweeting notes of wisdom and encouragement.
Below are some tweets from prominent evangelicals.
"Father, we humbly lift these two men to you in Jesus' name. Give us your choice, guide our vote, have mercy on our land."
--Louie Giglio, pastor at Passion City Church in Atlanta
"Dear Lord, Unite us. Strengthen us. Appoint and annoint our next President. Amen!"
--Max Lucado, pastor at Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, Texas
"Our hope is not in the man we put in the White House but in the Man we put on the Cross.
"I've personally discussed this with BOTH Obama and Romney.Neither claims to be an #EvangelicalChristian.
--Rick Warren, pastor at Saddleback Community Church in Lake Forest, Calif.
"#Christians cant allow govt 2 replace #God. Christians cant create a #humanistic form of #socialjustice which ignores God's #moral laws.
"The major signs of the #endtimes is #deception. Christians who belive its OK to vote for #abortion #ssm r under deception #teamobama."
--Harry R. Jackson, Jr., pastor at Hope Christian Church in Beltsville, Md.
"The greatest blessings require the greatest responsibilities. Today, our responsibility is to #VOTE!!"
--Ed Young, pastor at Fellowship Church in Grapevine, Texas
"Two-thirds of the people in line with me to vote were Somali. I love this neighborhood. This country."
--John Piper, pastor at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Minneapolis
"'I urge that supplications, prayers, intercessions, & thanksgivings be made 4 all people, 4 kings & all who are in high positions' 1Tm 2:1-3.
"Feel free to vote for a President but don't get your hopes too high until you see the King come back."
--Mark Driscoll, pastor at Mars Hill Church in Seattle
"Let us pray today for our nation. At every level and in every office, may we be blessed with leaders better than we deserve."
--Albert Mohler, president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary