WEB Notes: It should be and is becoming more obvious to many, removing God from our society was a very bad idea. Our Father told us, when we turn away from Him we would be cursed. Not that He curses us, but when we remove Him from our lives we remove His Wall of protection…

We did it, not Him. When that wall of protection is removed it opens us up to spiritual attack just as what happened to Job. I would encourage you to read Deuteronomy 28.

The Florida House of Representatives passed a bill 97-10 requiring public schools to display the state’s – and country’s – motto “In God We Trust” in “a conspicuous place.”

Last week’s horrific shooting at a Florida high school on Ash Wednesday has raised questions about the culture that fosters such attacks.

Rep. Kimberly Daniels, a Democrat, introduced the bill because “our schools need light in them like never before.”

“God blessed me to pass two bills on the floor at Session today,” Daniels, who is also an evangelist and writer, posted on Facebook Wednesday.

“I think it’s marvelous,” Father Michael Orsi, a Naples, Florida-based Catholic priest and the host of Action for Life TV, told LifeSiteNews.

“It’s quite obvious [that] ever since God has been thrown out of schools, there has been a deterioration in society,” said Orsi, noting the public school system is largely run by a “secularized liberal cabal.”

Bringing God back into the picture is “the beginning of a solution to cast evil out,” said Orsi.

Source: Florida House passes bill requiring ‘In God We Trust’ posted in all public schools | News | Lifesitenews



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