No Mention Of Almighty God

After reading this American Thinker article this morning and after watching 30 minutes of last evening's Republican Debate, one important Person was not mentioned at all Almighty God. Only one candidate requested a "moment of silence" to remember the victims of the San Bernardino tragedy.

Note that the phrase, "moment of silence" has now replaced the term "prayer" in our politically correct society. It's indeed sad that we can no longer invoke the name of Almighty God in any kind of societal gathering, without fear of retribution from the ACLU or other godless entities. Our First Amendment right to assemble and invoke God's blessings and direction, has been greatly abridged over the past three generations.

The founding fathers of our country firmly believed that invoking Almighty God in prayer was of utmost importance in directing our nation's moral compass

The Psalmist declared in Psalm 33:12:

"Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord, The people He has chosen as His own inheritance."

Beloved, if present political candidates cannot invoke the Creator of the universe in prayer to assist them in leading our country, how in the world will our country be any better off than we are today? When there is no mention of Almighty God in an assembly designed to assist us in choosing the most qualified candidate for leading our country, something is dreadfully amiss.

It's something for us to seriously think about as we choose our nation's future leader!

Mike Riley, Gospel Snippets