Tuesday's events also point to broader destabilization in U.S. politics.
The Satanic Temple says it wants to the demonic icon to have a permanent place opposite the Ten Commandments monument.
It's not just a Catholic issue.
At no time, on any of these occasions, did Omarosa express any of the concerns we are hearing about now. To the contrary, it's such a shame that we live in a society where someone would be comfortable writing and saying things like she is doing for money.
How do we continue to serve a society when our beliefs aren't in sync with the majority?
On the anniversary of the Charlottesville rally, the church must address the racism that still hides within its walls.
We must challenge the legalized bloodshed that fuels witchcraft across the whole nation.
Black, Pro-life, Pro-Gun, Strict Constitutionalist Democrat Asks: Is This Conversation Off-Limits in the Church?
"These pastors felt the conviction of the Holy Spirit that, despite their church's lack of diversity, their congregation still had opportunity and obligation to get and be engaged."
He wants to empower other nations, not blackmail them. He wants to give rise to leaders who make religious liberty a priority—no matter what their government job may be.
This is spiritual warfare, plain and simple.
God Himself scattered people by language (Gen. 11), and the promised land of Israel had definite borders, as did its surrounding nations.
I also want to prophetically state that there is another choice coming. God has a third Supreme Court justice to be put into place within the next four years, and I believe this will be even as important, or possibly more so, than what we are looking at right now.
So how should believers respond?
Since the United States' founding, God has kept blessing the nation. There's a reason.
As we celebrate this Independence Day, let the history of our nation's founding remind us to be vigilant to think, pray and vote according to our Christian faith.
"Every kingdom divided against itself is brought to desolation, and every city or house divided against itself shall not stand."
America's founders held no such grandiose view of themselves or any human being, and they had rejected the theocratic claims of popes, bishops, and monarchs. They had not, however, rejected Christianity.
Through heritage, we retain hope and through hope, we maintain the hunger to thrive.
After King David established his capital in Jerusalem, he prayed, "Do good to Zion in your good pleasure; build the walls of Jerusalem (Ps. 51:18)—God's blessing would include strong walls!
The aspiration of this declaration is the yearning of every human heart, and it is now being expressed in a sacred space by the spoons these young women are carrying.
Unfortunately, most Americans have been trained not to think about these things since the end of the first Cold War, and that could end up being an absolutely fatal mistake.
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