One of the most important Supreme Court cases in memory was argued today in Washington, D.C. It pit the rising tide of secular intolerance against the time-honored traditions of free, biblical-based cultures.
Many believe that Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission is a watershed religious freedom case. Mathew Staver, Founder of Liberty Counsel, warns that if the Court rules against Christian baker Jack Phillips, we can expect religious persecution to dramatically increase in the United States of America.
I hope you prayed today.
I ask you to continue to intercede that the Supremes will get this one right for the future of our nation and the cherished right of religious liberty.
The USA is definitely between a cake and a very hard place.
Secular Progressives are becoming increasingly irreverent in the United States.
Following the Las Vegas shooting, and more recently the Sutherland Springs massacre, some media elites and celebrities launched verbal tirades criticizing those who were praying for the victims. This was after Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, President Trump and others asked the nation for thoughts and prayers.
Prayers were welcomed and cherished in America for hundreds of years. Democrat President Franklin Roosevelt led the American nation in prayer over the radio the night before the D-Day invasion two generations ago.
So why are SPs whining today that prayer isn’t enough?
This Thanksgiving Week, I’m deeply thankful to God that prayer is more than enough.
I just returned from a remarkable trip to our nation’s capital for the 66th Annual Observance of the National Day of Prayer. It was a privilege to work with a the team that helped establish the NDP as the first Thursday in May some thirty years ago. I travel back every year to pray for the nation.
This year some 45,000 prayer events and celebrations took place on May 4 in all fifty states–and some fresh winds of renewal were evident in many places.