To the editor:
If you are an American who believes in the true foundation our our liberty, this 4th of July give thanks to Almighty God that you have been born American. Give thanks when you celebrate the 245th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence , the Birth Certificate of our nation. Give thanks for what the original 4th of July represented: independence from the tyranny of government.
Don't cheer or be silent about todays revolution to destroy true history. For those who follow their historical antecedents of the French Revolutions, those who pursue freedom from God that produced the bloody revolution in France over two centuries ago and their "blood brothers," whose vengeful hate of the God who created them, last summer and even today, have wreaked the same anarchy, hate, disregard for human life and destruction in hundreds of our cities. Simultaneously, "media allies" have applauded this criminal behavior along with those public servants who failed to punish these violations of law.
Samuel Adams rallying cry of the War for Independence echoes down through history, today challenging those who war against God and His liberty: "NO King but King Jesus." Our founders challenged the world of despotism of their day with these powerful words: the liberty of our nation today depends on "We the People" repeating this historical challenge to the would-be-dictators of our day with again the unequaled power of our Creator: "No king but King Jesus."
In this contest of good vs. evil it is reassuring that the divine guidance that created this great nation still rules the nations. Needless to say: He is the Author of Liberty, and we are subject to His rules that create liberty in Proverbs 14:34: "Righteousness exalts a nation. But sin is a reproach to any people." May God forgive the willing tolerance by "public servants" and media personnel who plead the cause of this revolution against the blessings of American liberty.
Today, let those who stand on our biblical heritage celebrated on the 4th of July " take heart that Christ's tomb is empty, while Lenin's tomb is not." (As spoken by Fulton Sheen)
- Russ Payne,