A Post Easter Message

My Post Easter message to Christian
Conservatives is simple. As we are reminded, Christ is Risen,
therefore rejoice in humble gratitude. Humbly seek God’s healing
hand on our nation through prayer. Pray that God’s True Word would
be shouted from the pulpits, discussed around the dinner table and
whispered lovingly into the ears of our grandchildren. Pray that a nation
that has turned from God, turns back, knowing that those who engage in such
things as envy, greed, depravity, deceit, and every other evil thing
deserves death. (Rom 1:32) Pray that our society, our people, our
politicians, our leaders, our churches, discontinue not only their
participation but their approval of those who practice them. We
have NO ONE to fear but the LORD.
Are you spending so much time putting
out political fires that you barely have time for Bible study and
daily prayer? Who will pray for this nation if not YOU? Is it
possible that the devil intends to keep you so occupied that you
neglect the only solution to this nation’s hopeless disease of
Satan would have you believe that God
does not apply to anything but eternal life and forgiveness of sins
as if God is limited to some “spiritual” healthcare mandate or
the exercise of Christian Faith is legislatively confined to a
building. Therefore, according to Satan and the US Government anything
outside the mandated “walls” of spirituality are not covered, so
to speak, by the blood of Christ and God’s providence. This creates
a chink in the armor through which sin takes root and fear can enter.
Satan would have us believe that God
has abandoned us in our time of need. The truth is, WE have
abandoned God and rightly deserve his punishment. Turn to Him today.

Watch. Listen. Seek the Lord through
His Word and prayer. Continue to serve Christ’s kingdom through
Christian Activism and and steadfast refusal to step down in
surrender to EVIL. Fulfill your Christian duties to family, country,
and Christ. Fear the Lord only. Do not fear Obama or an
over-reaching government out of control. Do not fear the Supreme
Court ruling on Healthcare or the outcome of November 2012 elections.
Fear God only. God is not in a box only allowed out on Sunday
mornings or Wednesday nights. God is providential and every second
of every day his eyes wander “to and fro throughout the whole
earth, to show Himself strong on behalf of those whose heart is loyal
to Him.” (2 Chronicles 16.9)
I was reading Isaiah Chapter 8:12-17(NIV).
Rather than quote verbatim this scripture, with the change of a few
words it becomes a message for TODAY. (changed words in scripture
“Do not call conspiracy
everything that these people call
do not fear what they fear,
and do not dread it.
The LORD Almighty is the one you are to
regard as holy,
he is the one you are to fear,
he is the one you are to dread,
and he will be a sanctuary,
but for both houses of Congress he will
a stone that causes men to stumble
and a rock that makes them fall,
And for the people who condone our
Godless government
he will be
a trap and a snare.
Many of them will stumble;
they will fall and be broken,
they will be snared and captured.”
Bind up the testimony
and seal up the law among my disciples.
I will wait for the LORD,
who is hiding his face from America.
I will put my trust in him.
Even as God has removed his hedge of
protection from our once Christian nation, our hope lies is God
alone. He can and will restore this nation if we humble ourselves
before him, and seek forgiveness through prayer and supplications.
If my people would but listen to me,
if America would follow my ways,
how quickly would I subdue their
and turn my hand against their foes!
Those who hate the LORD would cringe
before him,
and their punishment would last
forever. (Psalm 81:13-15 NIV)
Are you tired of this struggle? Note
in the above passage the word “quickly.” That word is exactly
what we need…quick help to subdue our enemies.
The following links are examples (however incomplete) of how
our nation has rejected God and the evidence that he has turned his
face from us, turned us over to our own stubborn hearts, and removed
his protections.
Government bans “God” at National cemeteries
Free Religious Speech attacked
Prayer Banner banned at Rhode Island High School
City Banishes Bible during “Gay Fest” 
Christian students asked to deny their faith 
US Military Apologizes for Christian Activity 
Michigan School Punishes Student for Religions Beliefs
CA School Bans Santa and Christmas Trees
Air Force Academy Drops out of TOO Christian Toy Drive
Jesus Name Ruled Unconstitutional
High School Coaches Reprimanded for Bowing Heads during Student Prayer
Student Suspended for saying “Gay”is Wrong
In God We Trust Banished from Classrooms 
Online Hate Campaign Targets Christian Sites 
City Permit Required for Bible Study
NC Speaker .Bans Prayer in Jesus Name
NC Constitution Marriage Amendment 
Prayer Banned at Forsyth County Board Meetings 
Open Service of Gays in Military Allowed
New Protections for Gay Couples, DOMA struck down
Supreme Court Decisions Hostile to
God’s Word
v. United States
, 98 U.S. 145 (1879)

Court finds that the federal antibigamy statute does not violate
the First Amendment’s guarantee of the free exercise of religion.
v. Board of Education
, 330 U.S. 1 (1947)
Court finds that a New Jersey law which included students of
Catholic schools in reimbursements to parents who sent their children
to school on buses operated by the public transportation system does
not violate the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment.
v. Board of Education Dist. 71
, 333 U.S. 203 (1948)
Court finds religious instruction in public schools a violation of
the establishment clause and therefore unconstitutional.
v. Wilson
, 72 S. Ct. 777 (1952)
Government may not censor a motion picture because it is offensive
to religious beliefs.
v. Watkins
, 367 U.S. 488 (1961)
Court holds that the state of Maryland cannot require applicants
for public office to swear that they believed in the existence of
God. The court unanimously rules that a religious test violates the
Establishment Clause.
v. Vitale
, 82 S. Ct. 1261 (1962)
Any kind of prayer, composed by public school districts, even
nondenominational prayer, is unconstitutional government sponsorship
of religion.
School District v. Schempp
, 374 U.S. 203 (1963)
Court finds Bible reading over school intercom unconstitutional
and Murray v. Curlett, 374 U.S. 203 (1963) – Court finds
forcing a child to participate in Bible reading and prayer
v. Arkansas
, 89 S. Ct. 266 (1968)
State statue banning teaching of evolution is unconstitutional. A
state cannot alter any element in a course of study in order to
promote a religious point of view. A state’s attempt to hide behind a
nonreligious motivation will not be given credence unless that state
can show a secular reason as the foundation for its actions.
v. Kurtzman
, 91 S. Ct. 2105 (1971)
Established the three part test for determining if an action of
government violates First Amendment’s separation of church and state:

1) the government action must have a secular purpose;
2) its
primary purpose must not be to inhibit or to advance religion;
there must be no excessive entanglement between government and
v. Graham
, 449 U.S. 39 (1980)
Court finds posting of the Ten Commandments in schools
v. Jaffree
, 105 S. Ct. 2479 (1985)
State’s moment of silence at public school statute is
unconstitutional where legislative record reveals that motivation for
statute was the encouragement of prayer. Court majority silent on
whether “pure” moment of silence scheme, with no bias in
favor of prayer or any other mental process, would be constitutional.
v. Aquillard
, 107 S. Ct. 2573 (1987)
Unconstitutional for state to require teaching of “creation
science” in all instances in which evolution is taught. Statute
had a clear religious motivation.
County v. ACLU
, 492 U.S. 573 (1989)
Court finds that a nativity scene displayed inside a government
building violates the Establishment Clause.
v. Weisman
, 112 S. Ct. 2649 (1992)
Unconstitutional for a school district to provide any clergy to
perform nondenominational prayer at elementary or secondary school
graduation. It involves government sponsorship of worship. Court
majority was particularly concerned about psychological coercion to
which children, as opposed to adults, would be subjected, by having
prayers that may violate their beliefs recited at their graduation

Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S. 113 (1973)

Roes central holding that a person has a right to abortion until viability.[1] The Roe
decision defined “viable” as being “potentially able to live outside
the mother’s womb, albeit with artificial aid”, adding that viability
“is usually placed at about seven months (28 weeks) but may occur
earlier, even at 24 weeks.”

By Sandra Jordan Robles

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