Wait, Did the DNC Really Cut ‘Under God’ Out of the Pledge of Allegiance?!

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PJ Media: Democrats opening at least two caucus meetings during the Democratic National Convention (DNC) cut “under God” out of the Pledge of Allegiance, according to videos captured by CBN News’s David Brody. Both the Muslim Caucus meeting and the LGBT Caucus meeting began with truncated versions of the pledge.

“I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all,” delegate A.J. Durrani said, opening the DNC’s “Muslim Delegates Assembly.” Read More …

Opinion: A wall of silence now exists between us (me/Editor) and our liberal family and friends. Christianity, politics, and the economy are off the table. That includes humorous political emails, and, most of all, our blog. Conversations are limited to health and family news.

When considering the Democrat position on every topic, I find I cannot agree with even one point.

Abortion to the point of birth – no

Support for Marxist groups and rioting – no

Open borders – no

Restricting church services – no

Defunding police – no

Reparations – no

Gun confiscation (buybacks) – no

Raising taxes on everyone (hidden as a tax on the wealthy and corporations) – no

Gay marriage, open bathrooms, Transgenders in the military – no

Liberal and progressive judges – no

Free college, Free healthcare, Free money – no

Kneeling for the National Anthem – no

Mandatory masks – no

Leaving ‘under God’ out of the pledge – no, no, no

I’m pretty sure I missed a few, but you get the point. The problem is that with a lack of communication comes a lack of sharing the Gospel.

For that reason, I am going to refocus some of my time and energy to building Christian tracts. My plan is to make them very simple, and base each one on a brief Bible verse.

I am designing my first tract to have the verse on the front of a 4 inch card with talking points on the back. We are planning to post the first tract on the blog after I try it out a few times.

You can help me by sending your favorite Bible verses that you think will be powerful witnessing tools for tracts. If you don’t want to make a response on the blog, you can email me at prophecytracker.com.

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  1. My best friend (wife) & I comprehended the Good News of God’s true grace® when someone shared/explained this verse (1st John 5.13) to us:

    That You May Know
    I write these things to you who believe (trust) in the Name (Yeshua) of the Son of God, that you may know (not guess, hope, or think) that you have (present tense) eternal life. (not life till you fail, falter, or sin again)

  2. Vason, I did get the “blog kinks” worked out.

    Your use of Luke 24:44 also makes a point not familiar to many Christians. In His statement of what was written about Him in the Law, the Prophets, and the Psalms Jesus also gives veracity to the entire Hebrew Scriptures. Over 100 times He and the apostles respond with “It is written.” “Have you not read.” “Have you not read the Prophet Daniel?” And other textual synonyms which to the Jewish mind validate the entire O.T. So when some Christians, pastors, and seminarians try to allegorize and spiritualize passages regarding prophecy and promises to Israel, they are actually attacking the very foundation of Christ Himself. The amillennialists and covenant theologians are two groups that greatly distort the O.T., thereby making a fool out of the very Christ they worship. Jesus proclaimed in John 10:35 that “Scripture cannot be broken.” Which Scripture? The only Scripture available during His time, the Hebrew Bible. It’s sad that so many churches hardly bother with the O.T.

  3. Luke 24:44 ESV
    Then he said to them, “These are my words that I spoke to you while I was still with you, that everything written about me in the Law of Moses and the Prophets and the Psalms must be fulfilled.”

    To me, it’s starts with this verse. Luke 24:44 points to the past, present, and future work of Jesus Chris. It makes the intangible tangible. It’s what brought my dad to a saving grace in Jesus and it made the Bible come alive for me.

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