The Presidential election is entering into its final week. All hell is breaking loose. The Obama campaign is in a shambles. Mitt Romney is gaining the big MO. The state run media- democrats with a byline never saw this coming.
The Left, the Democrat Socialist Party, and many in the statist class all thought this sucker was in the bag for Obama.
Many will think this election turned on a dime right after the first Presidential debate. Not so fast Daniel son. The seeds of what is happening now were planted in 1890 and the crops began to grown beginning in 1900 thru 1945.
The fruit of these seeds began to come to harvest in 1963. This all began with Lyndon Johnson and the Great Society.
The root cause of all this mayhem and madness began with the stroke of the pen when the Warren Court ruled against voluntary school prayer and voluntary bible readings in the public schools.
This packing and shipping out The God of the Bible, The God of Abraham Isaac, and Jacob, and my Lord and saviour Jesus Christ destroyed the very foundation upon which this country was built.
The break down of the morals and values paved the way for chaos and the utter destruction of the family, the religious community, the educational system, and now the final block upon which a society must have to live economics and it is crumbling fast.
The economic system is always the last to fall.
A few of us saw this coming in 2008 when Obama was elected President. We warned you of the utter destruction that was about to be unleashed upon this great country of ours. Yet we were called racist bigots, homophobes, or plain downright loonies from the right.
The God of the Bible was giving us warnings left and right. No one listened. No one paid heed to the Biblical warnings the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob was giving us. Only a few did-Rush Limbaugh, Mark Levin, Pastor John Hagee, and myself. The entire Christian Church world never said a word.
The entire religious community didn’t see the evil that was unleashed upon us until now. Yet we tried to warn you. You will never know how close are to being destroyed. This is not in the bag for we must get out and vote Obama to the curb as well as the leadership in the Senate and take it back.
Out of the ashes came a man named Mitt Romney. He wasn’t my first choice. I was down right mad when all of the other conservatives fell by the wayside. I said screw it. I can’t vote for this man. He’s not a real conservative. He’s a Mormon for crying out loud. Just look at his record and the things he said about immigration, Romney care, and many of his liberal polices.
The Lord God almighty had different ideas. The God of the Bible gave us Mitt Romney. There I said it. God is using Mitt Romney to shed the light of truth on the evil that is taking place in this country. For we are fighting not against flesh and blood but principalities so men like Newt Gingrich, Rick Sanatorium, Rick Perry, and Michelle Bachman would have been a total disaster. To fight against principalities one needs to be a Godly man. A man of prayer and one who is seeking the God of the Bible and this in turn gives one the power to fight the evil that has taken over this country.
Prayer is the most destructive weapon that men and women of God have to stop evil dead in its tracks.
Romney was my last choice. And I was not alone in this assessment. Mark Levin and many conservatives had a cow when Romney was the last man standing. The conservatives went nuts. We all freaked out.
Do you want to make God laugh make plans.
Upon closer inspection Mitt Romney doesn’t have skeletons in his closet. He is a decent honorable man who lives his life according to the word of God.
Is Romney fallible?
All men are.
The word of God is the rock upon which this country was built.
You can debate this but in the end all one has to do is read the documents written by our founding fathers.
James Madison expressed these ideas in the Virginia Declaration of Rights written June 12th 1776.
“ That all men are by nature equally free and independent, and have certain inherent rights, of which, when they enter into a state of society, they cannot, by any compact, deprive or divest their posterity; namely, the enjoyment of life and liberty, with the means of acquiring and possessing property, and pursuing and obtaining happiness and safety.
That no free Government, or the blessing of liberty, can be preserved to any people but by a firm adherence to justice, moderation, temperance, frugality, and virtue, and by frequent recurrence to fundamental principles
. That Religion, or the duty which we owe to our Creator, and the manner of discharging it, can be directed only by reason and conviction, not by force or violence; and, therefore, all men are equally entitled to the free exercise of religion, according to the dictates of conscience; and that it is the mutual duty of all to practice Christian forbearance, love, and charity, towards each other.
George Mason, “Final Draft of the Virginia Declaration of Rights,” from The Papers of George Mason, 1727-1792, edited by Robert A. Rutland and published in three volumes for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture. Copyright © 1970 by the University of North Carolina Press. Used by permission of the publisher. www.uncpress.unc.edu
December 11th 1776 Fast Day Proclamation of The Continental Congress.
Whereas, the war in which the United States are engaged with Great Britain, has not only been prolonged, but is likely to be carried to the greatest extremity; and whereas, it becomes all public bodies, as well as private persons, to reverence the Providence of God, and look up to him as the supreme disposer of all events, and the arbiter of the fate of nations; therefore,
Resolved, That it be recommended to all the United States, as soon as possible, to appoint a day of solemn fasting and humiliation; to implore of Almighty God the forgiveness of the many sins prevailing among all ranks, and to beg the countenance and assistance of his Providence in the prosecution of the present just and necessary war.
The Congress do also, in the most earnest manner, recommend to all the members of the United States, and particularly the officers civil and military under them, the exercise of repentance and reformation; and further, require of them the strict observation of the articles of war, and particularly, that part of the said articles, which forbids profane swearing, and all immorality, of which all such officers are desired to take notice.
It is left to each state to issue out proclamations fixing the days that appear most proper within their several bounds….
Fast Day Proclamation of the Continental Congress,” December 11, 1776, in Worthington C. Ford, Gaillard Hunt et al., eds., The Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789, Vol. 6 (Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1904-37), 1022.
In the end of the People of God are rising up and voting the Bible. We stand for Liberty not tyranny. You see it is your business not mine how you live your life but when the select few start dictating what one can and can’t say in the public square about the Ten Commandments. Our Lord Jesus Christ and how we must live our lives and what we have to believe in then we have a problem.
When the statists and the elites force us to be taught in schools about the Muslim Religion or homosexuality is normal or that pornography is okay or heather has two mommies or daddies is the new norm this spits in the face of my freedom.
Men and women of God will show you the error of your ways but we will not force you to believe like us. For you see God gives you the freedom of choice to live your life anyway you deem fit.
This is the very freedom our founding fathers gave us in the Constitution. These freedoms are our unalienable given to us from our creator The God of the Bible.
Thomas Jefferson wrote this letter to Benjamin Waterhouse June 22 1823.
The doctrines of Jesus are simple, and tend all to the happiness of man. 1. That there is only one God, and He all perfect. 2. That there is a future state of rewards and punishment. 3. That to love God with all thy heart and thy neighbor as thyself, is the sum of religion. These are the great points on which He endeavored to reform the religion of the Jews. But compare with these the demoralizing dogmas of Calvin. 1. That there are three Gods. 2. That good works, or the love of our neighbor, are nothing. 3. That faith is everything, and the more incomprehensible the proposition, the more merit in its faith. 4. That reason in religion is of unlawful use. 5. That God, from the beginning, elected certain individuals to be saved, and certain others to be damned; and that no crimes of the former can damn them; no virtues of the latter save. Now, which of these is the true and charitable Christian? He who believes and acts on the simple doctrines of Jesus? Or the impious dogmatists, as Athanasius and Calvin? Verily I say these are the false shepherds foretold as to enter not by the door into the sheepfold, but to climb up some other way. They are mere usurpers of the Christian name, teaching a counter-religion made up of the deliria of crazy imaginations, as foreign from Christianity as is that of Mahomet. Their blasphemies have driven thinking men into infidelity, who have too hastily rejected the supposed Author himself, with the horrors so falsely imputed to Him. Had the doctrines of Jesus been preached always as pure as they came from his lips, the whole civilized world would now have been Christian. I rejoice that in this blessed country of free inquiry and belief, which has surrendered its creed and conscience to neither kings nor priests, the genuine doctrine of one only God is reviving, and I trust that there is not a young man now living in the United States who will not die a Unitarian. But much I fear, that when this great truth shall be re-established, its votaries will fall into the fatal error of fabricating formulas of creed and confessions of faith, the engines which so soon destroyed the religion of Jesus, and made of Christendom a mere Aceldama; that they will give up morals for mysteries, Jesus for Plato. How much wiser are the Quakers, who, agreeing in the fundamental doctrines of the Gospel, schismatize about no mysteries, and, keeping within the pale of common sense, suffer no speculative differences of opinion, any more than of feature, to impair their love of their brethren. Be this the wisdom of Unitarians, this the holy mantle which shall cover within its charitable circumference all who believe in one God, and who love their neighbor! http://www.worldpolicy.org/sites/default/files/uploaded/image/Jefferson%20on%20Religion.pdf
Thomas G West professor at Hillsdale College sums it up best when he writes, “After 1965, Progressives adopted a new attitude towards religion and private associations, viewing both as threats to effective or positive freedom. The redistributive agenda of early Progressivism required the violation of the natural right to property, but in general the early Progressives supported the traditional family and liberal Christianity. Post-1965 Progressivism (in the interest of sexual liberation) explicitly attacks Christianity and rejects the older morality which supported the traditional family. To implement the new view of freedom from Christianity and moral self-restraint, government involves itself ever more pervasively in the internal affairs of churches and businesses. Since these private associations all have employees, they are thus subject to antidiscrimination provisions that actively promote affirmative action policies geared toward sexual liberation and the redistribution of resources to supposed victim groups. Private associations are not allowed to govern themselves, and businesses are often prohibited from treating religion as a positive good. Religious liberty is increasingly confined to the freedom to worship. The natural right to liberty and the specific application of that right as religious liberty and the freedom of association are denied by the contemporary Progressive view of religious liberty. (Case Study Religious Liberty In the Administrative State. Thomas G. West Study Guide – “Case Study: Religious Liberty in the Administrative State”