In the Declaration of Independence, American Colonists were determined to defend "the laws of nature and of nature's God." This phrase defines the key principle upon which the Founders stood. The laws of nature meant the will of God for man as revealed to man's reason. However, because we all know (most of us anyway) that we're far from perfect, and that our reasoning does not always comprehend Nature's law, simply put, we have the Bible to make God's law absolutely clear.
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Tonight, we have the much anticipated first debate between two very, very different candidates, with the subject supposedly being on domestic policy. In absorbing the position that the Founders had, that of a sacred duty to uphold Nature's law and the law of God, how easy it is to see how far America is removed from this defense of liberty by any leaders at all. God gives us liberty: Not a king, not a President, not a Justice. Which of our candidates for President likely carries in his heart the same "sacred duty to uphold the law of God against the unjust and oppressive laws of men?" Pray you that this sense of duty comes through in the exchange of words this evening. A true leader, believing in freedom through liberty given to each of us by God, will not step in between.
Patriot's Prayer: Lord, You give us our basic rights. May we therefore live as You would have us live.
Patriot's Promise: "The LORD gives us freedom" -Psalm 146:7
NOTE: All source material(unless otherwise noted)from God's Promises for the American Patriot by Dr. Richard D Lee & Jack Countryman; In God We Still Trust by Dr. Richard D Lee; and The American Patriot's Bible: The Word of God and the Shaping of America(NKJV) by Richard G Lee (general editor).