Church giving in to wave of liberalism
The founders framed our constitutional laws around the freedom of the American people and delivered it in a cradle of Christianity, to be nurtured and brought to completion. The American people became heirs to the founders’ gift of “one nation under God,” and the inheritance of power and responsibility to chart a righteous and moral course for America.
In America’s early history, the church was the guiding light of God’s laws. Conforming to the rules of right and wrong, champion for honesty and conveyor of God’s love, it charted a pious course showing a dutiful spirit of reverence for God. With an earnest regard for religious obligations, it separated religious motives from real or pretence.
For the first 150 years, our Constitution stood as our founders intended it to be, the very foundation of our laws and legal system, but the Constitution is only as good as the people make it.
The Bible and the Constitution have become so-called “living documents,” altered to express the biases of later generations of politicians and jurists. The White House and the justice system have become power hungry and full of hatred for God’s laws, replacing them with their own secular judgments.
The church is sitting at the crossroads, a choice between God’s laws and man’s laws. We cannot serve sinful man and Christ at the same time.
Liberalism has flooded the church like a tidal wave. Church members in large numbers support liberal leaders who make laws that allow the desecration of the Bible, the Constitution and the American flag.
God ordained the church to bring the Christian faith into full bloom. We have not only failed here in America to reach this goal, but also in many places we support the enemies of Christ who are working diligently to stamp out Christianity in America and around the world.