When this country was born, one of the great slogans was, “We have no king but Jesus.” As the Bible says: “He is the King of kings and the Lord of Lords” (Revelation 19:16; 1 Timothy 6:15).
Despite what history “revisionists” and so-called fact checkers spin, this country was founded by people who believed in God and Christ and declared themselves to be Christians.
The “separation between church and state” was never intended to mean that we should separate God from our country. The first one to use that phrase was Thomas Jefferson. He wrote to a group of Baptists to assure them that would always have the freedom to worship God without interference from the federal government. It was never intended to take God out of courts or our schools. (See Mia Nelson’s article in The Liberty Champion, March 22, 2021.)
Unlike many countries in this world, the United States has had (and will only have) one king: Jesus Christ.
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