Reposted April 6, 2018
KOMMONSENTSJANE – LET THEM PRAY, MR. PRESIDENT
Posted on July 2, 2015 by kommonsentsjane
The National Committee for Family, Faith and Prayer are putting up a billboard which will read, “LET THEM PRAY, MR. PRESIDENT.” Did you ever think you would have to beg the free world leader in order for the military to able to pray? Ridiculous that you would have to ask a hoodlum to pray, isn’t it. Puts a fire in my belly! What have we done to our country? Remember, it was some of the people out there who drank the kool-aid that have enabled this.
Now back to the real reason for this task. It is taking the leader of the free world to task because of his anti-Christian stance. In 2013, during the government shutdown, he stopped them from going to church on Sunday’s. At the Air Force Academy this leader made them remove, “So Help Me God” from their rituals. And we know about the evil at Fort Hood. Didn’t I remember him professing to be a Christian before he was elected?
He seems to be able to turn this Christianity thing on and off like a faucet. Just like at the South Carolina funeral the other day, he really whipped up that crowd with his eulogy even resorted to singing (needs a few more voice lessons), “Amazing Grace” for the crowd. Wow, what a show he put on! So he can turn this Christianity and Muslim thing on and off – whenever it is expedient.
NATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR FAMILY, FAITH AND PRAYER
The National Committee for Family, Faith and Prayer seeks to restore decency, morality and family values to American society. Your help in delivering this message will give us the resources to protect the Judeo-Christian values we believe in and protect the American family against attacks from anti-Christian forces like the ACLU.
As the nation’s premier pro-family and pro-Christian organization, the National Committee for Family, Faith and Prayer has worked with former governor Mike Huckabee to support the pro-life movement, fight for our God-given right to pray and protect our Christian values in our schools and in our military.
America’s Christian foundations are despised by the ultra-leftists in the Obama Administration who are working day and night to remove God from the public square and even from our homes. Defending our Judeo-Christian roots has never been more important and the National Committee for Family, Faith and Prayer is the voice for those who cannot speak for themselves.
•Life begins at conception and no life is more valuable than another;
•Our right to pray and practice our Christian faith as we see fit MUST be protected;
•Government has no place ordering Christian organizations to pay for medical procedures that conflict with our Faith;
•Persecution of Christians in our military, particularly Chaplains who preach the gospel to our brave men and women in uniform MUST end, and
•God belongs in our schools and any attempts to remove the mention of Christmas or Easter by anti-Christian forces MUST be defeated.
Defending Christianity in the Military
Since Barack Obama took office, his Administration has launched an unprecedented attack on Christians in the military, while defending the rights of Muslims. Consider this:
September 2011 – Air Force Chief of Staff prohibits commanders from notifying airmen of programs and services available to them from chaplains.
May 2012 – The Obama administration opposed legislation to protect the rights of conscience for military chaplains who do not wish to perform same-sex marriages.
April 2013 – The Air Force consults only a military atheist group to create a “religious tolerance” policy. The groups’ leader has described military personnel who are religious as ‘spiritual rapists’ and ‘human monsters’ and who also says that soldiers who express their faith are guilty of treason.
April 2013 – Officials briefing U.S. Army soldiers placed “Evangelical Christianity” and “Catholicism” in a list as examples of “religious extremism.”
May 2013 – The Air Force forced an officer to remove his Bible from his own desk because it “might” appear that he was condoning the particular religion to which he belonged.
July 2013 – An Air Force chaplain who posted an article on the origin of the phrase “There are no atheists in foxholes” was officially ordered to remove his post because some were offended by the use of that famous World War II phrase.
The traditional role Christianity and God have played in our military dates back to General George Washington and is a cornerstone of the most powerful and effective fighting force in the world. These attempts to remove Christianity from the military will result in decreased morale among the troops and decimate our fighting forces. The National Committee for Family, Faith and Prayer is leading the fight to protect the rights our men and women
With the help of our members and supporters, we will have the power to win these battles. If you just happened to have any loose bills, such as George Washington or Abe Lincoln, standing around waiting to walk – think of this group!