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  • Land Of Liberty

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 11, 2021

    The Christians who came to America to enjoy liberty did not come here to escape the bondage of atheists or humanists, but of other Christians. In our Western history it has been Christians who have been the greatest opponents of religious liberty.

    Liberty is America's second name. We have such national symbols as the Statue Of Liberty, the Liberty Bell, and the songs of liberty like My Country Tis Of Thee-sweet land of liberty, of thee of I sing. The Preamble to our Constitution says, "We the order to establish more

  • Religious Liberty Series

    Contributed by Michael Stark on Aug 26, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    Without religious liberty, there can be no true worship of God.

    “Christ has set us free; stand firm therefore, and do not submit again to a yoke of slavery.” “You were called to freedom, brothers. Only do not use your freedom as an opportunity for the flesh, but through love serve one another.” Religious liberty is not simply an ecclesiastical truth debated more

  • Religious Liberty, Your First Freedom

    Contributed by John Crowe on Oct 12, 2014

    a sermon on Religious Liberty

  • Confronting Modern Pharisees: A Call To Christian Liberty

    Contributed by Jim Miller on Aug 6, 2002
    based on 64 ratings

    Pharisaism is alive and well in the 21st century. Who are these people who would take away our liberty in Jesus Christ? An overview of a central Christian doctrine.

    Confronting Modern Pharisees: A Call to Christian Liberty Galatians 5.1-14 INTRO. The Apostle Paul wrote, "You have been called to liberty." Exactly what did he have in mind? What is Christian liberty, this thing to which all Christians have been invited? Responses to this important question have more

  • Providence In American History Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 21, 2021

    We celebrate the 4th of July for the same reason the Jews celebrate Purim. It is a day to look back and see the providence of God in our history.

    Great leaders are often providentially preserved from what ought to have been certain death. This happens before they rise to a level where they are a blessing to many people. In the history of the Jews, Mordecai is one of these leaders. He came within minutes of being hung on a gallows, and more

  • #7 Don't Be Deceived Series

    Contributed by Ronald Thorington on Mar 27, 2016

    Satan's primary strategy is deception. There is a battle for the minds of Americans. There are many lies of Satan that Americans believe

    Do Not Be Deceived 10/18/15 Introduction: For almost 230 years America has enjoyed freedom of religion. Because the early founders feared a state church, they enacted the Free Exercise Clause in the First Amendment. It was written to ensure that the new government could not coerce persons to more

  • The Spirit Of Liberty

    Contributed by Joshua Blackmon on Jul 4, 2022

    This July 4th sermon explores the Liberty that Christ gives us through the work of the Holy Spirit.

    The Spirit of Liberty I. Opening & Text: In Congress, July 4, 1776 The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America, When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume more

  • Thank God For America Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 22, 2021

    Christians have played a major role in the patriotism of America, and we need to see it and be grateful for it, and then carry on that balance of love for God and love of country.

    Governments often fear Christians because they have a loyalty to God which they put above their loyalty to government, and this limits their power to control. Jesus started this by His famous response, "Render onto Caesar the things that are Caesars and unto God the things that are more

  • Christian Vs. Secular Ideology: The Power Of The Resurrection

    Contributed by Justin Steckbauer on Mar 29, 2021

    There is a war on today. It's not a war of guns or bombs, but a war of ideas. The war is about worldview. The war is about the course of human history. The war is about religion and the eviction of God from modern society.

    There is a war on today. It's not a war of guns or bombs, but a war of ideas. The war is about worldview. The war is about the course of human history. The war is about religion and the eviction of God from modern society. Battles rage on the horizon at this very moment. We can hear the more

  • Liberty In The Lord Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Apr 2, 2021

    Life is never abundant without liberty. Jesus called Lazarus back into life, but He also commanded that they unbind him from his grave clothes that he might have liberty in life, for life without liberty would have been a burden and not a blessing.

    The Civil War was a complex and complicated war. Lambdin P. Milligan was one of the men who got caught up in the complexities of it, and changed the course of legal history in the United States. Milligan was a lawyer active in local politics in Indiana. The war had been on three years and was more

  • Proverbs 14:34 The Death Of Our Nation

    Contributed by William D. Brown on Mar 23, 2013

    God is removing His strong arm of protection and blessing from our country because of what we have allowed to happen, evidently the majority of the voters this past election felt that Obama and his cohorts was the best route for the nation, but in reali

    Proverbs 14:34 THE DEATH OF OUR NATION 3-9-13 I believe any reasonable thinking person can see and understand that our nation is in big trouble, it's in big trouble with God. * Listen as I read today's text found in Proverbs 14:34; Righteousness exalteth more

  • January 6, 2021: The Attack Upon Democracy's Citadel

    Contributed by Byron Perrine on Jan 12, 2021
    based on 1 rating

    How do we explain unrest in America? The answer was given years ago on May 30, 1804, by Samuel Kendall, a preacher addressing the Massachusetts Legislature. Herein is reprinted that important sermon, largely in its entirety.

    On January 6, 2021, the world witnessed the shameful spectacle of thousands of Americans storming their capitol building in an attempt to disrupt the proceedings of Congress. Many of these persons carried American flags and some displayed Christian testimonies, all convinced, apparently, of the more

  • Church And State Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 22, 2021

    What separation does mean is that all true religious faith is a matter of free choice, and so no state power can ever be rightly used to enforce faith or any religious conviction.

    Until every knee bows and every tongue confesses that Jesus Christ is Lord, the abuse of power will be a major cause of human suffering. When the country of Chad in Africa became independent in 1960 the Christian missionaries were delighted that the first President was a Baptist. Tambolboye was more

  • Nation Building

    Contributed by Jb Hall on Jun 20, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    Explains how America came to be, where she is and why, and where she is headed; and provides the solution to her problems.

    Nation Building Psalm 33:12 – 22 by: JB Hall Introduction: Nations are most often defined by the type government they have; for the type government usually reflects the nature of the people. According to Romans 13:1 government has been established by God. Here’s what it says, more

  • Defender Of Religious Liberty Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Sep 14, 2012

    St Robert Bellarmine would be an excellent candidate for the patron of the Church in defense of religious liberty, as we face a determined political system who would destroy us.

    17 September 2012 St. Robert Bellarmine Verbum Domini Today’s saint is one who is not quoted in Verbum Domini by our Holy Father. Perhaps the reason is that Robert Bellarmine, who lived in the sixteenth and seventeenth century, was a controversial theologian in his time. We might say that more