We live in the time of Romans 1, in the last sentence of the last paragraph of the last chapter in the history of this world as it has been known. Why can I write such a thing? Because when the American people and American courts turn to Satan over God, turn to sorcery, witchcraft, idol worship, earth worship over worship and faith in God Almighty and His Son, Jesus Christ and the inerrant Holy Bible the end is very near.
We live in the last of the last days when lawlessness and abomination become lawful. When confusion reigns. When men, women and children are given over to reprobate minds due to their insatiable thirst to commit abomination and turn to unrighteousness and evil — loving serving Satan and despising anything to do with God, Christ, the Holy Spirit, Christianity or the Holy Bible.
And to add to this abomination?
So-called believers sit silent and idle. Many professing to be Christian yet tolerating and enabling this as they adhere to unsound doctrines and false teachings as to what being a Christian truly means and is — they placate, tolerate, are complicit in aiding and growing these evils as they misunderstand what Christian love is — which is not to tolerate and accept sin, evil, abominations, lies, and people turning to Satan, to witchcraft, to sorcery and every abomination under the sun.
Added to this? Their ignorance of, and apathy towards, learning the history and truth of our Constitution, the Federalist Papers, our Founders beliefs, and what all this constant hullabaloo regarding the separation of church and state really means while allowing our courts, our institutions, our schools, our media and even our churches to pervert the truth and maintain the lies they spread.
Shame on U.S.
For each of us in the U.S. will have to stand before our Lord, THEE Lord and give an accounting. I imagine it will be quite uncomfortable attempting before God to make excuse as to why one sided and served evil and this world in silence, or vocally, openly sided with the forces of evil. I imagine many will have an eternity to think on the path they chose and spend a long, long, long, long, long, long, long time in constant regret.
As we turn further from God and refuse to stand boldly for the Scriptures, refuse to stand for and with God, for Christ and with Christ, for and with the Holy Spirit, for and with the word of God in either silence or open complicity there will be consequences. Severe consequences and judgment all due to our sin and refusal to obey God’s will — His Word. Which any man, woman or child can hear and know the voice and will of God by simply opening a Holy Bible, praying to God for discernment and wisdom in reading His will, His word…and embark!
Or remain enslaved to the master this world serves and what that has wrought, will bring.
Life is a series of choices. And we are responsible for what happens here on earth.
Stop blaming God.
Stop blaming others.
Stand up! Look into a mirror and view who and what is responsible. I realize many who may be here reading this do not fit into the category of complacent, irresponsible, aiding and abetting evil and remaining silent and in denial. This is meant for those who are attempting to serve two masters. Those professing to be Christian while loving and serving this world and attempting to be inclusive, tolerant of all, refusing to speak out against sin and evil — or those blatantly denying God, Christ, the Holy Bible and the truth of Scriptures. We as individuals, as a nation need to repent of our ways and turn unto the Lord seeking forgiveness. Each day that passes is one day closer to eternity. One or the other eternity for all. There is no time to waste, nothing to be sitting around waiting for. We are not to be idle workers for the Lord whilst we look to heaven and His return!
Evil has no problem standing brazen, bold, mocking God, Christ, the Holy Bible, our Constitution, our history — the truth.
Why do the professed believers of God, Christ, the Holy Bible and our ethics, morals, principals and standards for righteousness over evil have such difficulty standing? Speaking the truth?
Stand up boldly for the Lord, for the inerrant word of God!
Silence, avoidance, denial in shedding light on evil and those things which go against God, Christ, the Holy Spirit, the Scriptures; God’s will, voice and ways, and also silent avoiding our true history, what our Founders truly wrote, spoke and stood for is then being complicit with evil. Putting ones rubber stamp of approval on the rampant sin, abomination and evil our nation now embraces and is never satiated by.
The silence, denial, avoidance to learn Scriptures and God’s plan for us all, the failure to be separate from this world and truly serving the Lord over a long span of years, the apathy in this land among our people is why things have become as sordid, sinful and evil as they have.
Compound this fact with the increase in wolves in sheep’s clothing which have infected our churches with their false teachings, worldly doctrine, psychology and storytelling over Scripture teaching — the refusal to recognize, call out and mortify sin and it is clear to see why we are where we are presently.
Silence and denial. Following worldly philosophies and the false prophets and teachers, the unsound doctrine will only make matters worse.
And the thing is…the door to grace among the heathen has not been closed yet by God. Do not assist in slamming it shut and keeping so much as one soul from eternal life because we expedited and were complicit in the worlds abominations and evil.
As you read the article below ask yourself…why is it in present day organizations such as the American Civil Liberties Union so quick and able and ready to assist Wiccans of sorcery and earth worship, self-worship going up against Christian rights, Christian liberties, the religious freedoms of Christian Americans?
The signs are all around.
The evil in the air is palpable. It can be smelt. Evil is felt like an oppressive August day with no breeze and only blistering heat and the resulting pain it is so prevalent — about all that can be seen and heard above the silence and fear of those professing to be soldiers of Christ’s in these evil days.
Tuesday, November 14th, 2017
New Mexico Ten Commandments Monument to Be Moved to Church After Being Declared ‘Unconstitutional’(VIDEO)
Reprinted from: Christian News
BLOOMFIELD, N. M. — A Ten Commandments monument that had been declared unconstitutional by a federal appeals court last November will be moved to the grounds of a local church after the U.S. Supreme Court declined to intervene in the matter.
The Decalogue display, which had been erected at the Bloomfield City Hall in 2011 following approval by city council, will now be relocated to the First Baptist Church of Bloomfield.
“It’s something that the whole community can enjoy and appreciate,” Kevin Mauzy of the Four Corners Historical Monument Project told the Associated Press.
As previously reported, the presence of the monument—which sat among other displays not of a religious nature—had been challenged by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), which represented Wiccans Jane Felix and Buford Coone of the Order of the Cauldron of the Sage. The women claimed that the Ten Commandments slab made them feel “alienated” since they are not Christians.
“Presented to the people of San Juan County by private citizens recognizing the significance of these laws on our nation’s history,” the Decalogue read, which was unveiled during a special ceremony.
“Our clients who are not Christians, they took issue with this and it made them feel alienated from their community,” Alexandra Smith, legal director for the ACLU of New Mexico, told local television station KRQE.
The organization filed a lawsuit against the city in 2012, asserting that the monument’s presence on government property amounts to the government endorsement of religion. While the city argued before the court that the monument was historical in nature, the ACLU contended that the content of the Commandments themselves is blatantly religious.
“One of the commandments is thou shalt put no gods before me. This is clearly not a historical document, but is in fact religious doctrine,” Smith stated.
In August 2014, U.S. District Judge James Parker, nominated to the bench by then-President Ronald Reagan, sided with the Wiccans, declaring that the Decalogue violated the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
“In view of the circumstances surrounding the context, history, and purpose of the Ten Commandments monument, it is clear that the City of Bloomfield has violated the Establishment Clause because its conduct in authorizing the continued display of the monument on City property has had the primary or principal effect of endorsing religion,” he wrote.
The city appealed, and in November, the 10th Circuit upheld Parker’s ruling, stating that the addition of historical monuments adjacent to the Ten Commandments did not fix the constitutional infirmities.
“[I]t was especially inadequate here because of the plain religious motivations apparent from the approval (approved alone), financing (sponsored entirely by churches), and unveiling (ceremony rife with Christian allusions) of the Monument,” the three-judge panel wrote.
“In light of those considerations, and the situational context of the Ten Commandments on the lawn, the City would have to do more than merely add a few secular monuments in order to signal to objective observers a ‘principal or primary’ message of neutrality,” it concluded. “Because we find an impermissible effect of endorsement that is insufficiently mitigated by curative efforts, we affirm.”
The city then sought an en banc, or full appeals court, review of the case, but the request was denied.
More than 20 states and over 20 members of Congress had joined legal briefs to the U.S. Supreme Court, urging the nine justices to hear the case, but last month, the court declined to hear the matter.
“It’s kind of sad when it seems like our history, facts and truth don’t seem to matter anymore,” Mauzy told reporters after realizing that the monument would have to be relocated.
As previously reported, John Adams, second president of the United States, wrote in his diary on Feb. 22, 1756;
“Suppose a nation in some distant region, should take the Bible for their only law book, and every member should regulate his conduct by the precepts there exhibited. Every member would be obliged in conscience to temperance and frugality and industry, to justice and kindness and charity towards his fellow men, and to piety and love, and reverence towards almighty God.”
“In this Commonwealth, no man would impair his health by gluttony, drunkenness or lust—no man would sacrifice his most precious time to cards, or any other trifling and mean amusement—no man would steal or lie or any way defraud his neighbour, but would live in peace and goodwill with all men. No man would blaspheme his Maker or profane his worship, but a rational and manly, a sincere and unaffected piety and devotion, would reign in all hearts.”
“What a Eutopia, what a paradise would this region be,” Adams declared.