We hear so many times how the phrase, “Separation of Church and State” is used to prevent someone from exercising their religious rights. What they are referring to is the 1st Amendment of our constitution. But did you know there is no such clause found in the religious section of our Bill of Rights? But if we do not bother to read what is actually written, how do we know for sure, and is it possible we have been deceived? We most certainly have! And those propagating this lie are convinced and assured the majority will not bother to find out for themselves. And they are right.
“Congress shall make no “law” (my emphasis) respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof, or abridging the freedom of speech or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.”
People like to also say when referring to scripture that the Bible says, “God helps those who help themselves”. Did you know that quote is nowhere to be found in the Bible? Did you look to find out for yourself, or did you take it for granted it must be there? It is a quote from Benjamin Franklin. But quite the contrary is true. Throughout scripture, it is obvious God’s unconditional love and help comes about not by any self-worth but only through His mercy and grace.
Our constitution has provided the foundation to live a life of freedom which is inherent of all who love righteousness and live a moral life:
Quotes by our Founding Father, John Adams
“Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”
“You will never know how much it has cost my generation to preserve YOUR freedom. I hope you will make good use of it.”
Diversity and inclusion is the subject taught throughout the curriculums in most of our public schools, colleges, and universities. And our country is made up of many diverse cultural backgrounds. But it was never intended that these cultures once assembled into the American mainstream, remain distinct and separate. But rather, the integration of these cultures would be a “melting pot” whereby they would reflect this country’s ideals built upon the values of Judeo-Christianity. Nationalism is not a bad word, the responsibility of our elected leaders is not global as some persuade.
Our country’s foundation depended on the unity of culture and ideas. Without the agreement and ratification of the constitution by the states, the United States would have been nonexistent. It was, therefore, the European Culture, Christianity, and a people who cherished freedom endowed by our creator that birthed one nation, indivisible, under God. Currently, this truth is not taught in most of our public schools today, rather there exists an ideology bent on destroying these ideals while taking power from the people and giving it to a corrupt few. Such idealogues pride themselves on being progressives, and their objective is to destroy our constitution through change. The push for diversity and inclusion has nothing to do with including all races and genders, but rather to accept and force inclusion of immoral lifestyles, such as homosexuality and transgenderization.
Lack of knowledge concerning God’s salvation through His Son, Jesus Christ will result in eternal death. And ignorance concerning our inheritance as a free nation will result in the loss of that freedom and bondage to an immoral government led by those who depend on our ignorance.
In all things, we are to seek God’s Kingdom and righteousness, and in doing so, we will receive His provision and protection. (Matthew 6:33)
God’s Word is His Truth, and our rights as a people of these United States are guaranteed by our Constitution. There is no excuse to be ignorant of either, for, in this age of access to information, it has been abundantly made clear. To ignore the truth is not ignorance. But rather a choice that is detrimental to life itself. Romans 8: 20
“Then you will know the Truth, and the truth will set you free.” John 8:32
Separation of Church and State – Wikipedia
History of Separation of Church and State
What does the Separation of Church and State Mean
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I was not ignorant of these truths, but many are. Any many more choose to be. We all need to tell others of the truth which is found in Jesus.
Thank you for your obedience to the great commission. You’re teaching is anointed. May God continue to bless you and your writing. 🕊
Thank you, sister. I always appreciate your encouragement ❤️