Let’s see…here’s a nice guy with a family and a job
and bills to pay and children to lead to adulthood. A man who obeys the law. And here’s a man who makes a living by
robbery, thievery and murder if the notion strikes him. Which one obeys today’s gun laws? And no matter how many more
gun laws are passed, which one will still have a gun in his pocket.
What a foolish question. And you get an "A" for your answer. It’s the guy
who can steal a gun if he’s not eligible to buy one. The question here is how the highest official in our nation can
think that criminals can be told to give up their guns, and expect them to do it.
Let’s suppose that everyone in the United States obeyed, and
gave up their weapons. And let’s suppose there is a sect that calls itself a religion that wants to kill all Christians,
and has named the United States as one of the countries where this goal is part of its agenda. The United States…where
those people are infiltrating our country simply by walking across our borders, are setting up "camps" where plans
are underway to give us a choice: To accept their religion. Or die.
And what will be our defense? We who obey the gun law will be as helpless as babies. Meanwhile,
the fact is that those with illegal guns are a very small percentage of us, and so they’ll be of no help. They’ll
join the winners. Cowards with guns do that.
The one who could save us from this kind of fate has never been mentioned among our government officials in any capacity;
the White House, the Congress, nor the Supreme Court. Those very organizations founded and built our nation, but have gradually
set Him aside. He’s not welcome in our schools or other public places.
I’m talking about Jesus Christ. I haven’t heard His name in all this shooting
and subsequent arguing over what to do about it. I repeat: Billy Graham said years ago that "Christ is the answer."
Except at the present time, every president has had him visit and give Christian advice. If this country will turn back
to the Lord, "God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble" (Psalm 46:1). Think about it.