Moriah Bridges wanted to thank God for His immeasurable blessings on Beaver High School’s graduating class. But she could not, because it was against the law.The Pennsylvania teenager wanted to offer thanksgiving to the Almighty for parents and coaches and teachers. But again, she could not, because it was against the law.“Make us selfless. Make us just. Make us successful people, but more than that, make us good people,” Moriah wanted to pray. But that too, was determined to be unlawful.This is the America – the land of the free, the home of the brave. But it is also a place where a young teenager girl is not permitted to mention the name of Jesus Christ or anything remotely religious in a graduation speech at a public high school. ...read more: http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2017/06/13/school-may-not-recite-prayer-in-name-jesus-christ.html
_________________SI Moderator - Greg Gordon
Dear fellow saints, this may sound harsh, but it may not be that bad after all. In the coming years we surely will witness that governments in the West become increasingly secularized. There is more to come, so be prepared. While Christianity is taken out of the secular world, the world will be taken out of Christianity. Lukewarm Christians will either completely fall away and join the world in their rage against God or they will wake up and love not their lives but serve God wholeheartedly in the midst of persecution.Surely I come quickly. Amen. Even so, come, Lord Jesus.