Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Why Are We Still Saying “One Nation Under God?”

I was watching “We The People with Gloria Allred” about a case between two co-workers.

During the deliberations, the plaintiff was shown to be an obnoxious bully who incessantly harassed the defendant about her weight and eating habits. 

The plaintiff made some remark that she believed the defendant to be pregnant and that the defendant may have been ashamed of being pregnant because she was unmarried.

Judge Allred questioned the plaintiff about what she meant by implying that the defendant may have been ashamed or embarrassed about being pregnant and single. She wanted to know if the plaintiff thought that the defendant should be ashamed of being single and pregnant. The plaintiff, in effect, back peddled and said “of course not” and that she was a good person – implying that good people do not think that being single and pregnant is nothing to be ashamed of or embarrassed about. 
However, this same “good person” was not admonished or questioned about bullying someone about their weight or eating habits.

It is obvious to me that the demonically clandestine and subliminal message in all of this is that it is alright to harass someone about their weight and how they look but it is unacceptable to suggest that someone should be ashamed of being a fornicator and becoming pregnant outside of the bonds of holy matrimony. 

“We don’t even have the common decency to be ashamed of our own sinful behaviors anymore. We have become brazen in our filthiness and disgusting in our whoredom.” (O.W. Prince) 

Why are we still saying “One Nation Under God” when our courts and laws openly contradict the moral principles of God?
"They are darkened in their understanding and separated from the life of God because of the ignorance that is in them due to the hardening of their hearts.  Having lost all sensitivity, they have given themselves over to sensuality so as to indulge in every kind of impurity, and they are full of greed. That, however, is not the way of life you learned." - Ephesians 4:18-20 (NIV)