Concerned Citizens of America:
All must agree that we are living in very uncertain times. The landscape of this great republic is eroding daily and the floods of change are seeking to assassinate the moral fiber of the land we love. Crime rates are rising, civil unrest is abounding and perversion is growing exponentially. The recent Supreme Court decision on same-sex-marriage is yet another proof of the spiraling degeneration of this nation’s morals. It is evidently obvious that we are not the nation the Founders intend.
The United States was founded upon the Bible. John Jay, the first Supreme Court Justice of the United States stated: “The Bible is the best of all books for it is the Word of God and teaches us the way to be happy in this world and in the next. Continue to read it and to regulate your life by its precepts.” The Continental Congress read the Bible and prayed that God would mightily move on their behalf in the founding of this nation. The 1848 Painting by Matteson depicts our founding fathers in prayer petitioning God for wisdom as they struggled with the writing of the Declaration of Independence.
As a citizen my heart aches and my eyes run with tears when I see the decline of my nation. Gen. Douglas MacArthur stated: “I am concerned for the security of our great Nation; not so much because of any threat from without, but because of the insidious forces working from within.” We must stand and oppose those who disdain our heritage and our Founders wishes. Thirty six states voted that marriage is recognized in each of these respective states as being between a man and a woman. Seventy-eight percent of South Carolinians voted in this same manner. The Supreme Court’s decision is an open attack on the sovereignty of every state in the Union.
As citizens and as patriots of America we cannot support nor obey the Supreme Court’s decision on same-sex-marriage. The repercussions of this decision will have far reaching negative effects on churches and religious ministries in days to come. As Christians we do not hate homosexual people but we must stand where God stands regarding sin. The purpose of We Stand With God is to encourage and empower God-fearing citizens to stand in this evil day. Timing is critical. Come stand with us on Saturday, August 29, 2015 as we gather at the South Carolina State Capitol in Columbia, SC for a peaceful protest against the sin of the Supreme Court.
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