A Word Concerning Separation of Church and State


The voices against my Lord continue! They are getting louder and louder! Separation of church and state they arrogantly proclaim every time an issue gets too, close to their conscienceless minds. Separation of church and state is men putting their fists up at God and saying: “We don’t need you; we can do it on our own.” I have news from you; the Lord will give you exactly what you want; for the Lord declares at this very hour:

 

“Never did I purpose in my heart to come into this world to uphold a political office, I could have, if I wanted to (John 6:15). The devil himself offered me all of the kingdoms of this world and I was not even moved by his offer (Matthew 4:7-10). The devil is the god of this world (2 Corinthians 4:4) and those that reject me are ruled by him, who is the father of all lies (John 8:44). But they will see the results of following that serpent, for he came to kill, to steal and to destroy (John 10:10). My kingdom is not of this world (John 18:36), for this world will one day be no more (Luke 21:33). Every knee will bow to me and every tongue will confess that I am the Lord (Romans 14:11) for I did not come to be the President of one nation, but I came to take over, to rule and reign with my people. I am the Lord, I am the Christ! Those that place their trust in me will be saved from the lake of fire, but those that arrogantly insist on living life without me will forever experience the wrath of my Father. You want separation of church and state? You have now won your separation with your corrupt and despicable ways; for you have placed your trust in a government, a manmade political system that will not stand! This is the hour where my people must humble themselves and pray according to2 Chronicles 7:14. For I am bringing down the idols; for I am getting ready to release my glory and the heart of some will be totally sold-out to me, while others will increase in their hatred and violent attacks against Me, my people and my Way of doing things. Beloved, I continue to knock at the door of your heart; for I desire to forgive your sins and show you great mercy. Come and know that I am good! Would you open the door?”

 

“Here I am! I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in and eat with him, and he with me.” (Revelation 3:20)

One thought on “A Word Concerning Separation of Church and State

  1. The relationship between church to state is not only important but timely. It is my firm belief that the November 6, 2012 presidential election is the most important of our lives. It will be a tipping point in American history.

    On that day, we will decide if we are to be a nation in which the people are dependent upon the government or a nation in which the government is dependent upon the people. So the consequences of that day’s decision will bring lasting impact into each of our lives and into the lives of our children and grandchildren.

    That fundamental question has convinced me of the urgent need for all who take it seriously, judging public issues from the angle of eternity to unify for the purpose of insisting upon our government’s attention to the principles of liberty established in the Constitution. I ask my fellow Americans to vote Jesus on every issue and never from self-interest or expediency; to back their conviction over party affiliation or prejudice; to reject compromise, and to vote only for those who adopt this disinterested point of view because Jesus expects us to overcome the world by loving our enemies and doing good to those who hate us and mistreat us.

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