Despite my recent criticisms of WorldNetDaily (WND), I must say that I still continue to appreciate their no nonsense approach to issues that most Christians I know would rather avoid altogether.
Check out these two commentaries that appeared on WND today:
The Curse Of Comfortable Christians
It's About G-O-D, Not G-O-P
Like I said earlier, it's refreshing to find a news organization that's willing to be bold enough to stand for truth while encouraging Christians to take Michael Jackson's advice and look at the man in the mirror.
As we approach the day when we celebrate our nation's birth, let's get back to basics and remember the One who's responsible for helping our land to prosper for so long. He's the sole reason why we're still able to celebrate this day later this weekend.
Sadly, it may be too late to for us to pray for God to delay His divine and righteous judgement that's sure to befall this country, but it's not too late to pray for our own personal restoration after we've allowed ourselves to drift and get complacent and lazy.
Lord have mercy on us all.
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