“THE YEARS WITHOUT a U.S. PRESIDENT, 2008 – 2012”
DID YOU KNOW?
As you walk up the steps, to the building which houses the U.S. Supreme Court, you can see, near the top of the building, a row of the world’s law givers, and, each one is facing one in the middle, who is facing forward with a full frontal view …. it is Moses, and, he is holding the Ten Commandments!
DID YOU KNOW?As you enter the Supreme Court courtroom, the two huge oak doors have the Ten Commandments engraved on each lower portion of each door?
DID YOU KNOW?As you sit inside the courtroom, you can see the wall, right above where the Supreme Court judges sit, a display of the Ten Commandments!
DID YOU KNOW?There are Bible verses, etched in stone, all over the Federal Buildings and Monuments in Washington, D.C.
DID YOU KNOW?Thomas Jefferson worried that the Courts would overstep their authority, and, instead of interpreting the law, would begin making law.
“For these manifestations of his favor we owe to Him who holds our destiny in His hands the tribute of our grateful devotion. To that mysterious exercise of His will which has taken from us the loved and illustrious citizen who was but lately the head of the nation we bow in sorrow and submission … For many years the Executive, in his annual message to Congress, has urged the necessity of stringent legislation for the suppression of polygamy in the Territories, and especially in the Territory of Utah. The existing statute for the punishment of this odious crime, so revolting to the moral and religious sense of Christendom, has been persistently and contemptuously violated ever since its enactment.”— Chester Alan Arthur, first annual message to Congress, Dec. 6, 1881
“In November, 1862, President Lincoln quoted the words of Washington to sustain his own views, and announced in a general order that — ‘The President, Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy, desires and enjoins the orderly observance of the Sabbath by the offices and men in the military and naval service. The importance for man and beats of the prescribed weekly rest, the sacred rights of Christian soldiers and sailors, a becoming deference to the best sentiment of a Christian people, and a due regard for the divine will demand that Sunday labor in the Army and Navy be reduced to the measure of strict necessity.’ The truth so concisely stated can not be too faithfully regarded, and the pressure to ignore it is far less now than in the midst of war.” —Benjamin Harrison, general order, June 7, 1889
“Americans should select, and prefer, Christians as their rulers.” – The very first Supreme Court Justice, John Jay
“I trust that the GOD of Isaac and of Jacob will protect you, and give you health in my absence. In Him alone we ought to trust; He alone can preserve and guide us through this troublesome world, and I am sure He will hear your Prayers. We are told that the prayers of the righteous prevaileth much, and I add mine for your health and preservation until we meet again.” — Andrew Jackson, in an undated letter to his wife, Rachel
“You ask me what Bible I take as the standard of my faith — the Hebrew, the Samaritan, the old English translation, or what? I answer, the Bible containing the Sermon on the Mount — any Bible. … The New Testament I have repeatedly read in the original Greek, in the Latin, in the Geneva Protestant, in Sacy’s Catholic French translations, in Luther’s German translation, in the common English Protestant, and in the Douay Catholic translations. I take any one of them for my standard of faith. … My hopes of a future life are all founded upon the Gospel of Christ.” — John Quincy Adams, after negotiating the Treaty of Ghent, London, Dec. 24, 1814
“For advantages so numerous and highly important it is our duty to unite in grateful acknowledgements to that Omnipotent Being from whom they are derived, and in unceasing prayer that He will endow us with virtue and strength to maintain and hand them down in their utmost purity to our latest posterity.” — James Monroe, annual message to Congress, Dec. 2, 1817
“Before any man can be considered as a member of Civil Society, he must be considered as a subject of the Governor of the universe … Much more must every man who becomes a member of any particular Civil Society, do it with a saving of his allegiance to the universal Sovereign. We maintain therefore that in matters of Religion, no man’s right is abridged by the institution of Civil Society, and that Religion is wholly exempt from its cognizance.” — James Madison, speaking to the General Assembly of the State of Virginia, June 20, 1785
“Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God …We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal. That they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights. …The Representatives of the United States of America, in General Congress, Assembled, appealing to the Supreme Judge of the world for the rectitude of our intentions …with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes, and our sacred Honor.” — Thomas Jefferson, Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776
“It cannot be emphasized, too strongly, or, too often, that this great nation was founded not by religionists, but, by Christians, not on religions, but, on the Gospel of Jesus Christ.” – Patrick Henry, that patriot and Founding Father of our country
“We have staked the whole of all our political institutions upon the capacity of mankind for self-government, upon the capacity of each and all of us to govern ourselves, to control ourselves, to sustain ourselves according to the Ten Commandments of God”. – James Madison, the fourth President, known as “The Father of Our Constitution”
“We can only feel more deeply the responsibility of the respective trusts that have been confided to us, and under the pressure of difficulties unite in invoking the guidance and aid of the Supreme Ruler of Nations.” — Martin Van Buren, special session message to Congress, Sept. 4, 1837
“Our fathers decided for themselves, both upon the hour to declare and the hour to strike. They were their own judges of the circumstances under which it became them to pledge to each other ‘their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor’ for the acquisition of the priceless inheritance transmitted to us. The energy with which that great conflict was opened was under the guidance of a manifest and beneficent Providence.” —Franklin Pierce, first Inaugural Address, March 4, 1853
“I can not bring this communication to a close without invoking you to join me in humble and devout thanks to the great Ruler of Nations for the multiplied blessings which He has graciously bestowed upon us. His hand, so often visible in our preservation, has stayed the pestilence … Our liberties, religious and civil, have been maintained, the fountains of knowledge have all been kept open, and means of happiness widely spread and generally enjoyed greater than have fallen to the lot of any other nation. And while deeply penetrated with gratitude for the past let us hope that His all-wise providence will so guide our counsels as that they shall result in giving satisfaction to our constituents, securing the peace of the country, and adding new strength to the united Government under which we live.” — Millard Fillmore, first annual message to Congress, Dec. 2, 1850
“Our geographical position, the genius of our institutions and our people, the advancing spirit of civilization, and, above all, the dictates of religion direct us to the cultivation of peaceful and friendly relations with all other powers …In conclusion I congratulate you, my fellow-citizens, upon the high state of prosperity to which the goodness of Divine Providence has conducted our common country. Let us invoke a continuance of the same protecting care which has led us from small beginnings to the eminence we this day occupy.”— Zachary Taylor, Inaugural Address, which he delivered one day later than usual because he refused to be sworn in on the Sabbath, March 5, 1849
“When a Christian people feel themselves to be overtaken by a great public calamity, it becomes them to humble themselves under the dispensation of Divine Providence, to recognize His righteous government over the children of men, to acknowledge His goodness in time past, as well as their own unworthiness, and to supplicate His merciful protection for the future …to impress all minds with a sense of the uncertainty of human things and of the dependence of nations, as well as individuals, upon our Heavenly Parent.”
— John Tyler, proclamation of a national day of fasting and prayer upon the death of President William Henry Harrison, April 13, 1841 gave him length of days and he filled them with deeds of greatness …Thrice happy in death, for while he believed the liberties of his country imperishable and was cheered by visions of its constant advancement, he departed from this life in a full hope of a blessed immortality through the merits and atonement of the Redeemer.”— James Knox Polk, General Order No. 27 to Acting Secretary of War and Secretary of the navy George Bancroft, on the death of Andrew Jackson,
June 16, 1845
How, then, have we gotten to the point that everything we have done, for 220 years, in this country is, now, suddenly, wrong, and, unconstitutional?
The intention of “Seperation of Church and State by our fore fathers was to keep the governement out of Church not the other. The King at that time used the Church to keep people in his control. If you know anything of history or have any common sense, you see why our FORE FATHERS inserted religious Connotations every were in government. So all may see what this (United States of America) stood for “FREEdom of RELIGION, NOT freeDUMB from Religion!
Natural Born Citizen for DUMMIES!
THE YEARS WITHOUT a U.S. PRESIDENT – 2008 – 2012
“A blind man can see more from a deep well, than obama ever will comprehend from the tallest mountain” – Whiz