Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Who is omitting God now?

Secularism’s century-old gambit to de-Christianize and secularize America added last week another abject abomination to its sacrilegious rap sheet as President Joe Biden became the first president in modern history to omit God, in word and deed, from the National Day of
Prayer Proclamation.

America, officially and practically, now no longer wants or needs God.

President Biden’s deliberate omission presents a striking example of the advancing deterioration of the American culture. The extent of this decline shows clearly in the stark contrast between the current president’s paltry prosaic profession and Democrat President Harry Truman’s radiant revelation back in 1952:

“Whereas from the earliest days of our history our people have been accustomed to turn to Almighty God for help and guidance; and

“Whereas in times of national crisis when we are striving to strengthen the foundations of peace and security we stand in special need of divine support; an

“Whereas the Congress, by a joint resolution approved on April 17, 1952 [66 Stat. 64], has provided that the President ‘shall set aside and proclaim a suitable day each year, other than a Sunday, as a National Day of Prayer, on which the people of the United States may turn to God in prayer and meditation’; and ...”

Read the entire article by David Lane of the American Renewal Project here.

Picture used by permission from Pixabay.

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