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moral cliff Christians getting quieter as liberals become louder

Richard and Janet Aker write on the moral cliff
Posted on Dec. 10, 2012 at 12:00 a.m. | Updated on Dec. 11, 2012 at 4:44 p.m.

moral cliff

Christians getting quieter as liberals become louder

Do you have many restless nights where you wake up and can’t sleep? Do you feel that God is talking to you and saying it’s time for you to stand up and speak out like the Godless liberals have been doing for decades? It seems like liberals are getting louder and the Christians are shrinking quieter.

Why do we sit on the sidelines and keep our mouths shut while the Godless are blaspheming our God and us? Is it because we don’t want to offend anyone, or do we fear what men may say about us?

The media is currently all excited about the “fiscal cliff” when it is the “moral cliff” we really need to be concerned about. This country is in such a moral decline that if we don’t speak out and change the moral course of this nation, God in his Word tells us he is going to remove his blessings on this land. It has already started; we pray that it is not too late.

This nation was founded on moral Christian principles and yet the Godless liberals say that is old-fashioned and we need to move on and forget about the God of the Bible. They want us to believe that God does not exist, that he did not create life and all that is around us, that he did not send his Son to redeem us so therefore we need to forget all that nonsense and move on. The problem is: What if the liberals are wrong? What if God does exist? What if there is a Hell? Read “23 Minutes in Hell” by Bill Wiese and “The Harbinger” by Jonathan Cahn.

Richard and Janet Aker


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