Written by Bradlee Dean
The Bible is no mere book, but a Living Creature, with a power that conquers all that oppose it. - Napoleon Bonaparte
On a daily basis, America's Biblical and Constitutional foundation is under hostile attack by atheist and homosexual groups who are being used in an attempt to usher in communism.
For example, an atheist group claimed that the existing police chaplaincy program in McPherson, Kansas, put in place to minister to those who are traumatically impacted by a crime or accident, violates the U.S. Constitution. Outrageous!
It has also recently been reported that a California "law" seeks to ban any type of conversion therapy for teens who wish to overcome homosexual tendencies. The unlawful "law" states that therapists and counselors who do so would be subject to discipline by state licensing boards. Absurd!
The question is, who has been responsible for emboldening the onslaught of attacks against America's Christian heritage and Constitutional Republic? You need not look any further than Obama and his vile minions for the answer.
Scripture comes to my aid: "The wicked walk on every side, when the vilest men are exalted" (Psalm 12:8).
Barack Hussein Obama, whom Time magazine has labeled the "Architect of a New America," has been known as America's most biblically hostile president. He has taken in hand to place himself above We the People time and time again, as if to say we derive our rights from Obama instead of God who gave them.
Obama has personally attacked biblical values, the bedrock of our Republic, over 50 times since he took office.
Day by day, Obama's tyrannical measures are beginning to take shape. And what should America expect from one who is at war with God?
It is clear to see the narcissism of this president, but just as obvious is the hypocrisy and lack of duty from the professed church and the modern government (leaven of the Pharisees and of Herod, Mark 8:15). After all, leaders will only do what the people let them get away with.
Theologian John Calvin said, "And ye, O peoples, to whom God gave the liberty to choose your own magistrates, see to it that ye do not forfeit this favor by electing to the positions of highest honor, rascals and enemies of God."
At the entrance of the National Archives in Washington, D.C. you will see a monument stating, "Study the Past."
Why study the past? Our forefathers suggested this so we might learn from history so it does not repeat itself.
History has shown time and time again that when a nation departs from God, there will be a tyrant in the midst attempting to move into His position. Then follows devastation and massive loss of life. This is what God warned would happen to nations that refuse keep His commandments (Leviticus 26:21).
God commands us to go back to the old paths "where is the good way" (Jeremiah 6:16), not to dare His justice by taking on the new paths.
Here are ten lessons men have learned from history:
Indeed, America is emulating those who have not learned from history. If you do not learn from the lessons history has to teach, then history will repeat itself.
History also teaches a lesson to tyrants who are at war with God and attempt to usurp His law (Isaiah 14:13-15). What man forgets, God will not.
What did Bonaparte say? Those who oppose God and His Word will be conquered – and that is exactly what history teaches us.
Let me show you the little known history of those who dared to crucify Christ, kill His apostles, and behead John the Baptist. Let me also show you what happened to tyrant Mussolini, French Queen Marie Antoinette, godless Voltaire, and the vain senate of Rome, etc.:
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Bradlee Dean is an ordained preacher, heavy metal drummer , talk-show host of the Sons of Liberty Radio, and speaks in college and high school campuses with his ministry You Can Run But You Cannot Hide International.