Atheists and non-Christians do not believe in Jesus, but one would have to deny knowledge itself to pretend that He did not exist and had no impact on the world.
What is happeningin the US isthat the name of Jesus is less and less welcomed in the public place. A person can be punished for talking about Jesus even in a historical perspective.
In the classroom a teacher or student cannot mention Jesus nor say a prayer denying themreligious liberty and the education of genuinetruth.
We see in todayâ€™s news the slow decline of various moral principles that was the norm andacceptedin their culturelong before.
Same sex marriage and Atheism is creeping into the whole nation destroying faith in God.But what Christians can do to safeguard their religious liberties?
Presidential candidate Huckabee, a firm Christian advocate said, â€œWhat we need to do is say, â€˜No, Iâ€™m not going to do that.â€™ I may pay a price for it but I will not violate my conscience.Our nation must protect and preserve the right for people to live out their faith without government intervention. â€œ
In few cases the faith community seem to have surrendered and churches do not want to be involved.Only a few people remains firm in their belief.
To follow Christ does not mean to take the easy way, it is taking the hard way. If you are not prepared for suffering, you are not prepared to follow.
“If in Belgium they continue to eat chocolate, enjoy life and parade as great liberals and democrats while not taking account of the fact that some of the Muslims who are there are organizing acts of terror, they will not be able to fight against them,” said Israeli Transport Minister, Yisrael Katz.
“When you don’t define your enemy, you can’t lead a worldwide campaign,” he said.
â€œWhen today fails to offer the justification for hope, tomorrow becomes the only grail worth pursuing.â€
ByÂ Edgar Allan J. Tac-an