Until we align ourselves with God's Word, we have no right to ask for His blessings.
I read the letter in the June 17 Augusta Chronicle sent in by Brian Regitko titled "God bless us? Why?" and I totally agree with him. Why?My problem is that it's for a markedly different reason than...
The opinions of the Founders would be considered anachronistic and revolutionary compared with today's values.
When was the last time we had a president who publicly bowed the knee before the Lord, asking for His sovereign wisdom and guidance?
...we go back to the fork in the road, 1947, and continue down that righteous path laid out for us by our Founding Fathers. Otherwise, America's situation will only worsen, for we are building upon sinking sand. Brian Regitko, Evans
...School? Make no mistake about it, the battle over abortion is not between pro-life and pro-choice camps (a sugarcoated term if ever there was one), but rather between the camps of pro-life and pro-death. Brian Regitko, Augusta
...is proof of this. In the absence of biblical absolutes, virtually anything can be justified as right, no matter how morally reprehensible it may be. How far our nation has strayed from our biblical foundations! Brian Regitko, Augusta