A Moment of Silence Vs. Acknowledging Almighty God

Is SILENCE the answer? I don’t believe that it is. SILENCE says,

  • We don’t need God.
  • We are self-sufficient.
  • We are more intelligent than those who lived before us.
  • We depend upon human reasoning.
  • We somehow think silence heals.

How sad that as Americans we have allowed our government to set the platform for how we handle times of crisis. The president and First Lady came out of the White House, stood, closed their eyes, and in the background bells chimed. After a minute, they raised their heads, turned around and walked back inside. Wow! We have come a long way as Americans. Have we forgotten that all 50 States acknowledge God in their States Constitutions? Have we forgotten that our money states a motto: In God We Trust? Have we forgotten that etched into the famous monuments of our nation are reminders that we are a nation based upon the Bible. And can I remind you that “Congress is to make no laws in the establishment of religion, or the free exercise thereof.”

Prayer acknowledges,

  • Our dependence upon God.
  • Our need for divine help.
  • Our continue reliance upon God through tough times.
  • That the LORD, He is God.

What is it going to take in our country for us as a nation to return to God. The Bible reminds us, “Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord.” I think it is time for all of us as citizens to repent, turn from our wicked ways, stop the SILENCE, and start to cry out to Almighty God for help. We must stop allowing the media to set the stage – WE THE PEOPLE is what my Constitution says!

These are my thought, and I hope that they will bless you.

Pastor Kim J. Alexander


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