Monday, August 17, 2009


It seems to me Church has lost its backbone.

What do I mean?

Well, to sum it up, I would have to say that Christians in general have lost their backbone, to include preachers. We are currently going through a time of need in our country for Free Americans to stand up and speak out against government hijacking of freedom and liberty in America. Where are the Christian churches in all this? They are nowhere to be found.

Have the churches in America sold out to government? I have heard for several years that our churches have sold out and do not and will not preach or teach against the government. I understand the separation of Church and State, however, there is a problem.

The problem with this is that Churches have gone soft. Most preach tolerance and it has become apparent that government will dictate to churches that they can not preach parts of the Bible that teach against homosexuality without preachers and churches coming under legal scrutiny, charges, and lawsuits. Due to this and the need to stand with Tax Deductions and exemptions, churches have gone soft. So much that even God given Freedom does not matter to the churches anymore.

In my opinion, this is outrageous. I have made calls to several churches and sent emails to them in reference to what is currently going in the country with government trying to pass bills that are jeopardizing our freedoms and liberties in America, and not one church or Christian group has ever emailed me back. Churches are not willing to stick their necks out in order to stand up for God and Country. What does this say about our Chruches? They are weak and if they are not standing with the American people for Freedom and Liberty given to us by God, then does that mean they are standing with the government?

This is the way I view it. What do you think, America?


  1. Right on!!! Far too many churches and preachers have sold out to the Almighty dollar instead of the Almighty Savior.
    They are afraid to take a stand for fear of losing $$$ for their "programs" or they hide behind Tax Exemption as a reason to not get involved. We are headed for hell on a fast track and the churches are greasing the track.

  2. Golly, I thought the New Testament was all about taking care of the poor and the helpless. Something like 3000 lines in the Bible are on that topic.

    The only lines about homosexualty ("if a man shall lie with another man, it is an abomination in the eyes of the Lord") are in Leviticus, along with stuff like "the eating of shellfish is an abomination in the eyes of the Lord".

    I would think that Jesus would be pro-Health Care for all.

  3. SL, you need a little Bible study time don't ya? You think God would have us sell our souls to big government so we can take care of the less fortunate.

    It is very important to understand what you are reading. Not to mention, it was Jesus Christ, himself, that said he had come to fulfill the Old Testament, not abolish it. The old Testament still stands.

    Food guidelines were given to the "Jews", not all. Read, I think it is 1st Timothy Chapter 4 in its entirity. Don't take a verse here and there and take a stab at it. Really read it. Have questions? Ask me and I will help you in every way I can. No kidding. I try not be judgmental and critical. I honestly want to help.