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October 30, 2007

Post Haste – Fast becoming a Godless nation

Filed under: Religion — Tags: , , — wally @ 5:33 am

We are fast becoming a Godless nation. Worldnet Daily: The National Park Service has banished God from a key display of America’s Christian heritage in Washington, and a California pastor who regularly leads teams of visitors to see markers of the nation’s religious history wants Him restored.


  1. Truly, our Nation which was originally founded as a Christian Nation on Christian Principles in no longer what it once was. We no longer have a Nation that cares if there is or is not an afterlife, a God, or a reason to care. I am not saying that all people are lost to the Abyss…but the ever growing majority of this nation have lost their way, and the situation is becoming more and more dire.

    We apathetically failed to react as our rights and the rights of the unborn have been violated and stripped from us. Apparently unborn Americans do not have the Right to Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness, even if they survive a Botched Abortion, they are still left to die. I pray for the lost souls due to this Infanticide Tragic Atrocity going on in our nation today. I also pray for the souls doomed because of performing this type of work. How on earth these people sleep at night, I will never know. This nation and its choices are already legislated and are law, and there is much to say for our lack of ability now to undo the damage done. We Christians must stand and unite with the strength of the Foundations of God’s word….to prevent any further violations and infractions on God laws, which we are supposed to follow and our religious freedoms. We must stand and be willing to fight for our rights just they same as the homosexuals do, the islamists do, the radicals do….we must, or they will ultimately sway things there way saying the People don’t care. This is not true….its truly more that the people don’t know what to do to keep it from happening. Call your congressmen, talk to others, speak out loud for God. Establish a group to do the work of dealing with confronting the issues head on, and do not back down from those convictions. God will know our hearts, and the people will know us by our Fruits. You and I both know what the right side to be on in this truly is. God Bless You, Brother.

    Your Christian, Right Wing Conservation, Heterosexual Mother….Friend.


    Comment by Rebecca Figone — March 15, 2009 @ 6:02 pm

  2. You hit the nail on the head and took the words out of my mouth.America has let our “historians”delete anything deemed to be religious when talking about our founding fathers.They constantly use Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin as examples,and always leave out people like Benjamin Rush,Jonathan Locke and many more like them that were devout Christians.We have allowed our leaders to manipulate our Constitution while we idly stand by and do nothing.All Christians and believers in God should read our Constitution and other articles and hold our leaders accountable.Until we get back to our roots America will flounder like so many other nations have.

    Proud Member Of God’s Army

    Comment by mark — May 1, 2009 @ 6:59 pm

  3. Thanks for the thoughtful and encouraging comment. I believe you are absolutely correct that we must speak out. In fact, we are currently making some significant changes in our family so that we can have more time to spend pushing back.

    Comment by wally — March 22, 2009 @ 7:49 am

  4. The founding fathers weren’t religious.

    “The Christian god is a three headed monster, cruel, vengeful, and capricious. If one wishes to know more of this raging, three headed beast-like god, one only needs to look at the caliber of people who say they serve him. They are always of two classes: fools and hypocrites.” -Thomas Jefferson

    Comment by FYI — July 15, 2009 @ 10:46 am

  5. I believe you are incorrect in your assertion that our founding fathers were not religious. There is ample information on the faith of the colonists which was overwhelmingly Christian in some form or another.
    You may also want to google that quote; you’ll find that it can’t be found in any of Thomas Jefferson’s writings. Having been closer witness to government run religions of Europe, Thomas Jefferson, like many other colonists, was adamantly against government involvement in religion, but was not anti-god as this misquote would suggest.

    Comment by wally — July 16, 2009 @ 5:48 am

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