A decent leader would say something along the lines of "I will do everything in my power to stop satanists from passing out literature in our public schools."
TMK and anyone else Barrock Hassain Obama is the President of the United States. If one cannot give respect to the man then give respect to the office.I feel the remarks made concerning the President were out of line. Being this is a Christian forum. Our conversation should reflect our character as being ruled by the Spirit of God and not the spirit of this world.Blaine
You are right Bear, of course. My apologies.
Christians cannot rise up in outrage and demand that no one else can pass out anything religious in their schools when we are passing out Bibles and Christian literature in the same schools! The freedom of speech goes both ways.Christians need to combat this on their knees and let their children see the God that they believe in. Most Christians are all talk with rules and regulations with no proof, let the God that answers by fire be God. Sadly, there is no God answering by fire in a lot of Christian's lives. We wrestle not against flesh and blood and besides, Christ has given us all power over the power of the enemy, period. Let's start using it to gain ground in the heavenly realm! Let's also pray that Christ begin with saving these satanists so that there is a testimony from them! Just my four cents!!Lysa
TMKYou are a big man bro. I mean that in a commendable way.Blaine
Lysa, I hear what you are saying but isn't it an extremely sad commentary that something as blatant as satanism is even considered to be ok for children?? Who will want access next, pornographers? I agree that prayer is perhaps the best tool we have. What I struggle with is whether we are restricted to that. My point is that if some leaders would actually take a stand against such nonsense others might follow. But, I fear the unraveling of whatever moral fabric we once had is too far gone.