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Dale really hit the nail on the head with the article below.

All the nations problems, ALL of them, would be solved by turning back to God.  Not just giving it lip service, but reading His Word (The Bible) every day (twice a day) and bringing our issues and problems to go through prayer daily, starting every meeting with prayer to guide us.

It would only take one action to change course.  A leader to lead by example, not simply words.  What ever happened to the saying “actions speak louder than words”.  We have forgotten these simple truths as a nation.

One statement jumped out at me in Dales article about halfway through.

Nothing pleases Satan more than every time he can place a ‘wall of separation’ between God and people.

When we separate ourselves from God through turning away or succumbing to sin, not only do we miss out on the joy of our closeness to God (since he must pull away) but we also open ourselves up to Satan’s advances to gain more power and control over our lives by filling the void.

That is what we have seen as a nation when on that pivotal day in the 1960’s we expelled God from our schools.  It was the (more…)

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As bad as the world has gotten with deception, what our children face is just unimaginable.  It is something that weighs heavily on me daily.

At the precious age of 5 (or sooner), we bundle up our kids and send them off to school from 8 to 5 for a lot of them.  We intrust our child to a government agency, called our education system.

We are trading our responsibilities God gave us to “train up” our children for a “higher” standard of living and more income.

How long do we really get to influence our children each day?

And for those that choose to have a bigger influence, how hard to we make it as a society for them to unplug?

I saw some graphs a while back of what happened when we removed God (Bible reading) from our schools in 1963.  It was the most stunning thing I had ever seen.

Check them out.  These are facts folks, not an opinion or theory, it is what really happened!

Being in the Pretribulation rapture camp through thorough study, prayer and trying to remain watchful, I always am amazed when people argue that things are not worst today than when we were kids.  Just glancing at those graphs tells anyone with an ounce of common sense that things have and are getting worse.  It is enough for one to suspect God’s “strong delusion” may be upon this world already…


Train Up A Child

By Grant Phillips

Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” (Proverbs 22:6)

We have all watched the deterioration of our youth since we began the removal of God from our society in 1963. One voice started the ball rolling by having Bible reading removed from the schools. From that point forward, God has been kicked out of every nook and cranny of society in this country.

Madalyn Murray O’Hair, one voice in this country among 189,241,798 people in the year 1963 was able to persuade our Supreme Court to remove Bible reading from the schools because it offended her. In other words, 00.000000528% of the total population, in 1963, determined for the remaining populace of 189,241,797, 99.999999471%, that Bible reading would no longer take place in the schools. Even if 241,797 people agreed with her, and I doubt it, that still means that 00.127771984% told the remaining populace of 189,000,000 people, 99.872228015%, that Bible reading in the schools would be no more.

This world has never been perfect, which includes our schools, but almost fifty years later society has gone to hell in a hand basket.

Children receive their greatest influence in the home and in the schools. If the home is a disaster, and all Godly influence is removed from the schools, what is left but everything that opposes anything to do with God?

Is it any wonder teachers are now afraid of the students, sexual practices are common place in the schools, drugs are destroying the minds of our youth, gangs roam the halls, crime is rampant, and education is failing in general? The youth of 1963 grew up with but a pinch of Godly influence. Then each following year there was less and less, until there was none to be found anywhere.


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