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The Bible and Sin of a Nation

The Bible and Sin of a Nation

There are two parts to this article and both are equal in importance. This goes way before, 1962. I started out this way because this is what I remember growing up.

In 1962 the United States decided to remove the Bible and Prayer from the public school system in America. Meanwhile the church just sat back and let them do it. This is the biggest mistake the church has made in the last 50 years. The largest obstacle is disbelief, and thinking that everything well be alright. The church just keeps on becoming more and more like the world every year. To understand what we have been doing over the past 50 years, we have to get back to the roots of the christian faith. First of all, the church must repent for our sin. and turn back to God. Then and only then will God help us rebuild the system that we have worked so hard to destroy.

Our documents that the founding fathers drafted and signed proof that God was and is a part of our history. If you want to understand our history and what our country is and was all about then go to this web site. of all quotes and information where taken right from the Bible. Our founding fathers trusted it for their inspiration.

The question that I have to ask you is, why can’t we do the same today. Our churches must get back to the job of teaching and preaching the word of God and stop being a place for social fellowship. Right now at this day and time it comes down to this from God’s word.

2 Chronicles 7:14 KJV

“If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.”. It all comes down the the basic root system and what this nation was built upon. It does not matter, where you came from, nor the color of your skin or anything else.

God loves you for who you are and what He made you to become. He wants His very best for you. This nation use to be number 1 in power out of all the nations of the world and now we are rated 64th, in power as a nation. That in it self has told you how far we have come in the last 50+ years. But it does not have to tell you where we are going, if we will just stop being self seeking people and start loving and serving God like we should be, then we can be victorious again. Like I have said before and I will keep saying it, the Church must wake up and do what God has called it to do. We have to get back to being one nation under God with liberty and justice for all.

The other part of this thesis is something that I am also very passionate about. Parts of this are taken from articles that I have read and posted on my
Christian blog and parts are my personal feelings.

The Separation Of Church And State Agenda

Most discussions opposing the role of Christianity in the United States arise from an abyss of ignorance so deep as to be unfathomable. You can endlessly drop boulders into this chasm of intellectual darkness without ever hearing one hit bottomSpeaking with certitude, people insist our Constitution established a separation of church and state. Clueless, they don’t realize their claim, and their obvious self-satisfaction with stating it, simply proves they’ve never read the Constitution and lack any knowledge of what it says.

The media often report on this “fact” of separation-and call it professional journalism. The politically correct engage in long, earnest conversations based on this untruth. How can mature, at least chronologically, people hold so tightly to an opinion so obviously false?

Can you say “agenda?”

The writers of the Constitution clearly intended for Christianity to influence the governing of this nation. For one instance, the Constitution specifically provides for a Christian chaplain for each branch of Congress. The chaplains are paid to open every session with prayer and offer counsel to members of the body. Would the originators of the Constitution include a provision to perpetuate the great importance they attached to the Christian faith, a provision planned to endure throughout the life of this nation, then say religion could have no part in our governance?

A simple reading of the Constitution provides other examples as well. The Constitution isn’t so long that, even with sounding out the words, promoters of the separation canard couldn’t read it. And if they want to know about the First Amendment, from whence they claim to have reaped their separation notion, the Library of Congress has contemporaneous commentaries on the creation of the Bill of Rights, written by Gouverneur Morris, who was present throughout the process. You could look it up.

The “separation of church and state” phrase came from Thomas Jefferson’s letter to the Baptist Sunday School Association in Danbury Connecticut. However, the letter is not about keeping Christian influence out of government, but about the Federal Government not interfering in the free practice of religion. Jefferson typically didn’t comment on the Bill of Rights because he, in France at the time, didn’t participate in its creation.

To shed light on Thomas Jefferson’s real attitude toward Christianity, consider the three school systems he started in D.C. and Virginia. The required texts for each school system were the Bible, Watt’s book of hymns and a reading primer. Those books, he declared, are the basis of a good education.

So, there’s no separation of church and state, and Thomas Jefferson lived and supported the Christian faith. Oliver Stone not withstanding.

But there’s more! Not content with exposing their lack of Constitutional knowledge, drivers of the agenda loudly parade their ignorance of history. Stroking professorial beards, they pontificate on their delusion that the United States was never intended to be a Christian nation. They must put aside all our founding documents to pull this off, of course, but no matter.

Perhaps they should reconsider the safety of the platform from whence they hold forth since historical records profoundly prove the falsity of their claim.

According to the Congressional Record, the first session of the United States Congress started with several hours of Bible study and prayer. All members participated. The practice of starting each session with prayer and Bible study continued for years. You could look it up.

United States government buildings are chock-a-block full of Bible quotations, Earchitectural detail and statuary. Check, for one instance, the Supreme Court building, finished in 1935, for its many references to the Ten Commandments.

Also, in the early days of the Republic, Christian church services were held in virtually every Federal building in D.C. While President, Thomas Jefferson attended services in the House of Representatives chamber. When he decided the music needed more energy, he ordered the Marine Band to play each Sunday.

And President Jefferson sent missionaries to the Indian tribes, and provided government money to build churches, so the Native Americans might enjoy more fullness of life. History says the missionaries were well received, and the arrangement suited everybody involved. You could look all of this up.

So, the Constitution doesn’t mention a separation of church and state. History proves the United States was founded as a Christian nation. And the real Thomas Jefferson doesn’t work out as a patron saint of those who seek to remove God from this nation’s daily life. Why do the lies continue?

Truth is on the side of angels, not agendas.

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