Is it ok to pledge allegiance to the flag of my country?
Here's the answer:
Yes, it is okay to pledge allegiance to the flag of your country.
We can make pledges, as long as those pledges do not take the place of God (Acts 5:29). You know that you are first and foremost devoted to God. We need to be devoted to God first and our country second.
As believers, the Bible tells us to be good citizens. Part of being a good citizen is obeying authority. We show respect to authorities when we pledge allegiance to the flag.
Since we are to model Jesus in everything we do, we need to be peaceable by respecting our countries. It is perfectly fine to pledge allegiance to the flag of your country.
"Then he said to them, 'So give back to Caesar what belongs to Caesar. And give back to God what belongs to God'" (Matthew 22:21).
"Remind God’s people to obey rulers and authorities. Remind them to be ready to do what is good" (Titus 3:1).
"Give to everyone what you owe them. Do you owe taxes? Then pay them. Do you owe anything else to the government? Then pay it. Do you owe respect? Then give it. Do you owe honor? Then show it" (Romans 13:7).