WEB Notes: In 2017 God’s Word, His Law is considered “unconstitutional.” Anything that is righteous in this day and age is consider offensive. Why? It gets in the way of the perversion that is reigning supreme. Let me ask you a question…

All throughout the Bible what happened to the Israelites when they turned away from God?

The answer is very simple, God removed His Wall of protection from them. They lost wars, they were placed into bondage and other horrible things happened to them. All because they turned away from God and stopped following His Laws.

In the year 2017, do you think it is any different today? Of course not. Our Father is still on the Throne, He is the same today and forever (Hebrews 13:8).

As our nation continues down this dark path you and your family do not need to follow. You follow Christ and you stay in His Light so it can guide you and your family through the dark world of our time.

A Ten Commandments monument that had been declared unconstitutional by a federal appeals court last November will be moved to the grounds of a local church after the U.S. Supreme Court declined to intervene in the matter.

The Decalogue display, which had been erected at the Bloomfield City Hall in 2011 following approval by city council, will now be relocated to the First Baptist Church of Bloomfield.

“It’s something that the whole community can enjoy and appreciate,” Kevin Mauzy of the Four Corners Historical Monument Project told the Associated Press.

Source: New Mexico Ten Commandments Monument to Be Moved to Church After Being Declared ‘Unconstitutional’ | Christian News Network



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