God is mentioned four times in our Declaration of Independence
The four names that God was given in the document that declared that we no longer considered ourselves to be a part of the British empire are:
· Nature’s God
· The Supreme Judge of the World
· Divine Providence
Does this seem to indicate to you that the founders of this young nation intended to operate without the advantages inherent in the wisdom and beneficence of Jehovah?
Click on the following link for a copy of the text in our Declaration of Independence: the Declaration of Independence
The American Civil Liberties Union, the US Government, the judicial system and the liberal/progressive theorists who espouse the tenets of the National Education Association would have you to believe that there is no God; and, if it turns out that there really is a Creator, that He should stay out of our daily lives.
The destructive behavior of the groups listed above is leading to the collapse of this once-great nation. We are no longer living in the free-from-an-oppressive-government society envisioned by our forefathers. In fact, we are already way too far along on the path to a Socialist society, one that puts us under the thumb of a centralized national government.
We are already experiencing a takeover of many of our once "inalienable rights."
It is more than possible that the 2010 mid-term elections will result in a “November to Remember.”
Read about Sir William Blackstone's contribution to the Declaration of Independence and to our Constitution
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