When considering what your obligations are as a Believer in Christ, consider these, prayer for the country, prayer for the elected officials, vote to have your voice heard, and if need be, run for political office. There is nothing unbiblical about running for political office. We need believers in office to keep this country shining the Light to the whole world.
After we become believers in Christ, we seem to think we need to be a door mat. They contend that only the meek will be blessed. Being meek is being submissive, but i contend that being meek is not the only character of a believer. We are to take a stand on our faith, defend it if necessary. We should be outspoken about sin, not only in private life but in public and politics, as well. We should be involved in every aspect of life. We are loosing the battle for people's souls, all because we choose to be complacent in our spiritual lives.
If we are serious about our Christian faith, then Christians need to rise up and take their stand for their faith, for themselves, their family, and their children. And they need to take this stand in their private, public, and political life, as well as their spiritual life. Once we take that stand, we need to stand strong, not waver, don't get weak in the knees, and definitely not fall for any trickery, bribes, and lies.
Your life depends on you and you alone; no one can make your decisions for you, and if they do, they may sink your boat before you leave the harbor. We need to be serious about our future, so when considering the future, our decisions will magnify the power of God in our lives. So when you consider your obligations as a believer in Christ, is what you do for you, or God?