Georgia sets the stage for The Ten Commandments to be legally displayed in public buildings.

May 17, 2012

BY Bertrum J Meisner Jr, I’m sure all of you have heard the premise, the false premise, that America’s government was based on the separation of church and state. I’m not going to get into that argument here, because whether it is false or true, there is no reason for the ban on religious items in publicly owned buildings.

Even if you believe in the premise of separation of church and state, after you read this you will have to admit what the great state of Georgia has done is totally acceptable, legal and ethical.  They have brought God back into Georgia’s government and that is something all American governments need to do, at the federal, state and local levels.

How did Georgia do that you may ask? Georgia enacted a law in 2006 that made it possible for the Ten Commandments to be displayed in Georgia’s court houses but it did not allow the display in any other public buildings.  You may also ask, how did Georgia manage to get around the liberal court rulings on this matter?

I have to say, it was an ingenious move because what they did was make up a display of various “historical” documents.  There is no way that anyone can deny that the Ten Commandments aren’t historical. The display included the Preamble of the Georgia State Constitution, the Star Spangled Banner, the National Motto, the Mayflower Compact, the Magna Carta, the Lady Justice’s description, the Bill of Rights, the Declaration of Independence and of course the Ten Commandments.

The bill was challenged in court and was ruled totally acceptable because it was a historical display, not a religious display.  The liberals can’t find a way to stop the displays, so Georgia has taken  the bill to the next level.  They amended the bill so that the displays can be setup in all government buildings, even schools and prisons.

There was however one stipulation in the law that requires the displays be paid for by private funds, not government funds.  This requires that they must be donated to the government building or organization where they are displayed.

Georgia has taken the first step in the fight to bring God back into our government. Georgia set the example, now will the other forty nine states follow Georgia’s example?  This is what all of America, including the federal government needs in order to find their path back to success and the purpose America was created for. America has lost her identity because of the path it has been led down by the liberal agenda.  America is being led down a path that is bringing about its doom. God has been and still is being systematically erased from America and the more God vanishes, so does America’s hope for a future.

Whether you believe the Bible is accurate and truthful, it is a historical document that tells the history of a race of people that it calls God’s people.  The ancient civilizations of the Jewish and Israelite societies gives you proof of what happens when Godly people cease to be Godly and forsake God.  The Bible gives countless examples of what happened to them when they erased God from their lives.  Their societies were completely destroyed over and over again. The Israelites even disappeared from history and to this day their fate is unknown only the Jewish group survived as an identifiable entity.

What makes America so stupid to think they can erase God, especially since God’s people never could do it? Every time they strayed from being a Godly country their country was enslaved by another. The only thing different between them and us is that they were God’s chosen people and America isn’t but that doesn’t mean that God won’t forgive America.

God’s chosen people were given forgiveness every time they asked for it and they came back from their abyss each time. Georgia is in the process of asking for forgiveness by taking this first step, will the rest of America follow?   BJMJr

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