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Has God Left America?

Updated on January 26, 2013

Are we alone?

"The Great Depression" by Maggie Smith
"The Great Depression" by Maggie Smith

Is God still for America?

Well in a society where everything is aloud, can we still see God in the midst? There will always be talk from the spectators about whether God was here in America to begin with. Lets face it the bible is intertwined with our constitution. So for all of you who are trying to suggest that it isn't, read it. That isn't the argument here! The real question is: Is God still with America? I know that there were so many upset about the election thinking that if someone else would have won God would have resided here. Maybe one carried a little more of God values but isn't a Christian! One confesses to be a christian but doesn't carry the values. I believe that we as Christians have been asleep in bringing up the next generation. What would have happened if we brought up A christian, value practiced candidate? It's over now!

So is God still here? Well I know there were churches across the country that were in prayer even for months. I know that God didn't save Sodom and Gomorrah because he couldn't even find ten righteous. I know that our righteousness is as filthy rags.... Here it is, are we saved by ourselves or Christ? See when God looks at us (saved) he sees Jesus's righteousness so there is no more filthy rags. He sees his child.. The one he is well pleased. I believe that if God hears a mother's prayer for a wayward son and answers it.. How much is he willing to hear his church unified and calling upon Christ. So Yes I know that God is still in America! Are there those in America who are calling for Judgment! Is the enemy trying to Defile America in every way possible. Yes, But we know how this story ends. We are the Victor's he is a defeated foe! He doesn't win.. WE DO!!!!!! So Laugh Pray and trust in the God who knows the end to the beginning .. I know that we will go through some times much worse than right now.. So be prepared, Don't be dumb!

Remember just like in the Movies the good Guys always WINS!!!!

What do you think? Is America a God-less Nation?

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      Mike46 

      5 years ago

      I would vote yes.I believe that America is Babylon the Great in The Book of Revelation.We know that Babylon the Great in The Book of Revelations will be wiped out.I believe that, that is the future of America.

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      Alan R Lancaster 

      5 years ago from Forest Gate, London E7, U K (ex-pat Yorkshire)

      I've got to add, that as everybody knows God is a Yorkshireman - Yorkshire being God's country, I thought everyone knew that! - and as such you would have to learn the different dialects (3+). I'm sure that if you addressed him in his native tongue you'd have more success:

      "'Ey God, tha knows we're shiverin' dahn 'ere wi' this long winter? It's reyt nesh aroond these parts! In't it tahm tha' sent t'sun a bit closer, like? Ta, boss. We'll send thee a proper prayer next tahm, eh?'

      Got that? Extemporise a bit, y'know. I've heard down in the Deep South, Texas way apiece (Texas is the Yorkshire of America, donchaknow) they speak something like 'Standard Yorkshire'. He probably understands that, too!

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      BobMonger 

      5 years ago from Carlin, Nevada USA

      God is where you find Him, but you have to look first. Then you must ask yourself just what it is you're hoping to find. During the middle ages virtually all the countries in Europe called themselves "Christian." Should we go back to burning heretics in the town square or launch another crusade against the middle east? In America's past we were exclusively a "Christian" society that held slavery as a "God given right." It was "God fearing" people burning and lynching during the civil rights movement. Do we go back to that as well? I know we, as a nation, can do better in God's eyes but I can also see where we've come a long ways from where we were. My advice: turn off the TV, cell phone, and computer; walk out into your neighborhood and look for the Lord there. You will find Him everywhere you turn, if you would but look around you.

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      Carolyn Curry 

      5 years ago from US

      Good word. Agreed.

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      Alexander Silvius 

      5 years ago from Portland, Oregon

      I have to agree America is not a Godless nation although it seems by a mountain of evidence that it is. However, I too think of those verses, are there 10 left? Yes, there are more then ten people left who are God fearing Christians. I do not believe that we are yet in a time that God will destroy America, but I do see his blessings disappearing from this nation. Yet God will preserve those of us who still follow him and obey him. We have nothing to fear.

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      Efficient Admin 

      5 years ago from Charlotte, NC

      I believe there is a Remnant of true bible-believing God-fearing, obedient Christians in this country, but this group is a minority (but they do exist) and I believe God provides, protects and will honor this Remnant.

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      Carolyn Curry 

      5 years ago from US

      I think hucklebee's speech about the nation was wonderful... Check it out Google it! Wonderfully said

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      Alan R Lancaster 

      5 years ago from Forest Gate, London E7, U K (ex-pat Yorkshire)

      You're a long way off being a godless state/country if you worry about it. There might be gaps in the chain, but if you've followed these pages you'll realise it's Britain that's going that way. You might go some distance here before you find a full church at the weekend, usually in the countryside. If you've been on your toes, you'll have heard that the non-Christian population of Britain has inched up to about 20% - that includes agnostics, atheists, marginals, hindus, moslems, sikhs, jews and jedi. There are more crackpots than there used to be (might be something to do with all this 'peace' we've had since WWII).

      Nevertheless, go to somewhere in North or Central Wales, Northern Ireland, outlying districts, highlands and islands of Scotland, and the English countryside, as I've mentioned, and you'll get full chapels, churches and so on.

      You get the full gamut here in terms of Christian sects, such as Greek, Russian and Ukrainian Orthodox, Seventh Day Adventists, Quakers, Methodists... You name it, they're all here, only in lower numbers - the rest have gone to the USA, Australia, Canada, South Africa, Spain, France, Germany etc! It's just the Church of England that complains of falling attendances.

      Me? Well, read my pages and make your own mind up.

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      Caleb DRC 

      5 years ago

      Hi ccurry, I voted yes because I think we are generally a godless nation. Generally speaking, the christians in this nation are lukewarm. We have many good, committed Christians also in America, which is why I think God is holding back His judgment upon us. Personally, I believe when the rapture occurs and the Christians are taken out is when America's judgment will be imminent.

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