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From Niles Hissom

March 7, 2012
Wetzel Chronicle

Are we seeing the formation of totalitarian government in this nation? Can "the people" bring an end to this? The Declaration says that we can when it declared that men could. They exercised their God-given right, unfortunately was accomplished by a war that almost ended in total failure for our founders. By the Grace of God, that claim to liberty was won and there was established a form of government whose purpose was to recognize individual liberty, and protect it, while being as small as founders intended. That pattern has been abandoned.

But because God's Grace and the efforts of that first generation of freedom demanding Americans, we have in place within this most successful form of human government in human history, a means by which we can "alter or abolish" attempts to destroy the destruction of the American Constitution, the backbone of personal freedom. That means is found in the freedom of the people to vote.

Time is ending for Americans to come to grips with the seriousness of the plight that our nation faces. It is time for "the people" to be very aware of this crisis. Apathy is no longer an acceptable attitude toward our national condition. Indifference to the present danger of losing our freedoms is a terminal cancer that is destroying America.

Where do we turn for help? Without the help of Almighty God, coupled with national repentance toward Him, there's no hope. We never could rely on national financial and military strength to fend off attacks against our Republic. As a matter of fact, it is clear that God's favor has obviously been quite recognizable in our past threats, but as those threats have come and gone, and America doesn't recognize God's kindness toward us. Now we are on the brink of annihilation as a sovereign nation.

What to do? My answer falls in line with the challenge that Joshua gave to Israel in Joshua 24:15... (Josh 24:15 NASB) "And if it is disagreeable in your sight to serve the Lord, choose for yourselves today whom you will serve: whether the gods which your fathers served which were beyond the river, or the gods of the Amorites in whose land you are living; but as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord."

This is America's answer, is it yours?

Thank you,

Niles Hissom

New Martinsville

 
 
 

 

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