Whom do they serve?
I have spoken many times about how the separation of church and state has worked against us. The solution came to me in prayer the other day.
First the problem… We Christians have values and principals based on the teachings of the Bible. This makes them religious values and principals. Because of the separation of church and state, they say that we cannot impose our religious values and principals on the state. You see, they believe that they are taking the higher road of secular values and principals that are not restricted by the separation of church and state. Therefore they are able to impose theirs on us. The problem is that since our values and principals are based in religion, they are able to tell us to SHUT UP and then they proceed to tell us what is what. Hillary Clinton has even said that religion has to change its teachings to fit their secular values. WOW! If that is not a violation of the separation of church and state, I do not know what is.
I have been saying for a while that they are following the values and principals of humanism, secularism, utilitarianism, and hedonism. I have been saying that these are a religion to them and that they are imposing their religion on us.
I did not follow my logic far enough and so God finished the flow of thought in my prayer the other day. To put it simply, what are the values and principals they follow: abortion, contraception, sexual promiscuity, homosexuality, socialism, redistribution of wealth, consenting adults, agree to disagree and many many more. Where do these values and principals come from? What is their source? What if I said that all these values and principals are defined by the Church as being evil? That is right… They have their origin in Satan.
You see, we follow values and principals that are known as virtue or goodness and justice. They follow what is known as vice or evil and injustice. While they may not name their god and may even claim to not have a god or care if there is a god, they are indeed worshiping at the altar of Satan. The values they follow are as much his as ours belong to God.
With this understanding, we go back to the simple tail of two cities. It is fact that you are either in one camp or the other. There is no in-between. There is no third option. Either you worship God or you worship Satan, even if unwittingly so.
Are we going to let them impose their satanic religion on us? They say we cannot impose ours on them? Due to false ecumenism, false compassion, false understanding, false tolerance, false patience, false humility, false…false…false, we have given them the upper hand. They have the moral high ground of being understanding and companionate when they are anything but that. They have been allowed to define the argument, the language and the rhetoric. With this power, they have set the world against us and against God. They look like the good guy and the new savior that liberates people from the oppression of religion.
Jesus sent us out into the world to preach the good news and to convert all to the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Faith. We are to win their hearts and minds for Christ. We have failed. Their hearts and minds belong to SATAN. They worship him and love him. They love the false freedom and pleasure they enjoy at his prompting.
Note that this is not about politics. Everything is religious. The question is which religion are they following? Christianity or Satanism?
We need to start thinking the next time they say we are imposing our Christian values on them and remember that they are imposing their Satanic values on us.
Now what are you going to do…? I hope that the words courage and zeal come to mind. I hope the concept of spiritual battle comes to mind. I hope those beautiful words from a song come to mind – “To be willing to march into hell for our heavenly cause!” I know the song does not speak of what I am saying, but I love that line and I strive to live it daily. Or the beautiful words of St. Joan of Arc, “Let God be served first!” We serve God, not Satan. We serve God, not society. We serve God, not government. We serve God (period, exclamation point).!