Even though the pulpits of our churches have perverted and compromised the principles of America, we still cannot place all the blame on the pastors alone. We need to explore ourselves and what we’re allowing and doing as individuals; we’re all accountable to our Creator as individuals for what we’ve done or not done, not for what others have done. There will be no one else to blame for our poor choices before a Holy God who is not impressed with the trappings of this world. I have come to an inescapable conclusion in my own spiritual walk; I am not other people’s judge, our Creator is. As long as people leave me in peace and respect my rights, I will do the same towards them.
Many people today are finding themselves in relationships with people that refuse to see the reality of the world around them; people who choose to accept the paradigm presented to them and the treadmill of corporate existence they’re comfortable in. I spent … Read More »
I’ve been taking some heat from supporters of the police since writing on my impressions of them based on my experiences as a runaway kid in the early 70’s. It was the actions of officers during this time that compelled … Read More »
We are not a theocracy. Even Washington himself made that clear in The Treaty of Tripoli, something I struggled for years to understand when I discovered it. Yes, our basic laws regarding murder, theft, rape, incest, property crimes, and other … Read More »
The following sermon is filled with principles not taught in either our schools or from the pulpit for generations. I believed this to be so important as to make this sermon available from my blog for the edification of my … Read More »
The church has been under attack in America since before the October Revolution in Russia. Our enemies understood very well where our strength came from and it wasn’t government, at least not earthly government. Early in the 20th century, the … Read More »
The Bill of Rights, Article IV, is sufficient for invalidating any attempt by Congress to infringe upon our Natural Right to keep and bear arms of any type or quantity as we see fit. It should become extremely hazardous for … Read More »