We’ve feared the worst; now there’s no question. America’s
Supreme Court has shown that its going to be politically correct, no matter what the
Bible, nor the people majority, say. And so we don’t really have a Supreme Court any more. We just have nine lawyers
sitting as a group that, according to our Constitution, are there to interpret our laws and see that we’re treated fairly,
according to those statutes. And God is supposed to be considered in those interpretations. That fact is written all over
the official buildings of our nation’s capitol.
Our nation has survived longer than any government in the world’s history by having a
three-point strength: The Executive, the Legislative, and the Judicial. The Legislative makes the laws; the Judicial interprets
them, and the Executive obeys them. At least that was the plan that worked for the first 220 years or so. Now it has a dictator-style
look, and again, the majority is taking it on the chin.
Personally, I’m interpreting all laws according to the Holy Bible. No matter how politically
incorrect it is, God is in charge and He’s biding His time. And His ways are not like our ways. Time is of no consequence
to Him, and He’ll take care of this none-thumbing attitude of our leaders and the Congress and the courts.
An example: In the Bible, God told the prophet
Malachi that He was sending the prophet Elijah to announce the coming of Christ, and Elijah returned 400 years later as John
the Baptist. And the prophet Isaiah had said it 300 years before that. And it came true in God’s own time. As a matter
of fact, 353 prophecies were fulfilled in the Bible, about the coming of Christ.
Our government and courts are bowing to the wrong authority, and they’ll
be brought down. In the end, it will boil down to each of us personally, as we stand before God on Judgment Day to get our
just rewards. Those who are now in the wrong still have time to change their ways and be forgiven, and we applaud any who
do that. Each who makes that decision will be eternally happy. The angels will rejoice (Luke 15:7-10) and so will we!