“Words Produce Life or Death!”

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Todd Starnes, a noted news commentator, was quoted the day following the shooting of U.S. Representative, Steve Scalise of Louisiana, while Republican House members were on a baseball field practicing for a charity game.  Starnes reported, I quote:

Yesterday was a bad day for America.  It was an ugly day.

Words Produce Life or Death 1“A former Bernie Sanders campaign volunteer who hated President Trump opened fire on Republicans during baseball practice Wednesday.  House Majority Whip Steve Scalise [was] in critical condition.  Two incredibly brave Capitol Police officers were also injured along with a House aide.

“Rep. Mark Walker told NBC News it appeared the “gunman was there to kill as many Republican members as possible.”  Rep. Rodney Davis blamed what he called “political rhetorical terrorism.”  This political discourse has led to gunfire,” the Illinois Republican said.

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“The Scottish Covenant and American Liberty”

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This day in time we really need to look back and see the Hand of God in our history in this nation.  Let’s review a segment of our history that is not commonly known.

The Scottish Covenant and American Liberty 1While the Pilgrims and Puritans were establishing themselves in New England, a giant step toward human liberty was occurring in Scotland.  In 1638 the King of England was trying to force Roman Catholicism on the Scots.  For years the Scots had been more and more throwing off this yoke, and they were not about to submit to what they believed were satanic rituals that would plunge them back into the slavery of the “dark ages”.

Thus, they came together in a covenant (which means the meeting of minds) vowing to fight to the death to refuse Catholic tyranny in their churches and civil government.  Over 3,200 people signed the original document—many signing it in their own blood—saying we will die rather than live as slaves to a government that won’t submit to the moral law of God.

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“God Showed Up at Normandy”

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On June 6, 1944 the beginning of the end for the satanic Nazi regime was ignited on the Normandy beaches in France.  An Allied force of three million men, over 5,000 ships, and 11,000 planes crossed the choppy waters and attacked the Nazi strongholds in the cliffs of Normandy.  Never, in the history of man, had such a force been amassed to attack an enemy.  Even so, it would not be easy.  More than 54,000 of those troops would die in that invasion.  Another 155,000 plus would have the rest of their lives altered from wounds incurred in those hours of the invasion.  But victory was achieved!  This, Ladies and Gentlemen, is the price of liberty!

God Showed Up at Normandy 1General Dwight Eisenhower, the Supreme Commander of this joint force, wrote a letter which was read to the troops stirring them to trust God to help them achieve this victory.  It read, in part, as follows:

“You are about to embark on the great Crusade, toward which we have striven these many months.  The eyes of the world are upon you…you will bring about the destruction of the German war machine, the elimination of Nazi tyranny over the oppressed peoples of Europe, and security for ourselves in a free world.

“…let us all beseech the blessing of Almighty God upon this great and noble undertaking.”

(https://www.ourdocuments.gov/doc_large_image.php?doc=75)

And God showed up with miracles on behalf of liberty in answer to those prayers.

For one thing, Continue reading