Any time you see “separation of church and state,” it is a dead give away.
This statement or phrase came from Thomas Jefferson that declared that a wall of separation exists between church and state.
Well, the First Amendment didn’t say that.
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…”
The burden of this law is on Congress. Not the church.
Which is precisely what Congress attempted to do when it passed Obamacare.
Impose its will to force the church to prohibit the free exercise thereof. To force believers, that make up the true church to violate the Word of God.
You see, there’s a lot of things Obama wants to do and to manipulate the language of the constitution is a very underhanded way to push an agenda. That’s why for Boehner to sue the president is more of a chain on the leash situation to remind the president of “checks and balances.”
As long as there is a balance of power, no one branch of government will overreach to steer the American people.
For over 237 years, this system was designed so that this nation, by the people, of the people, and for the people shall not perish. However, the Bible is clear about the end times and we should not get too comfortable. This victory keeps the church from participating in providing free contraceptives, knowingly to women that intend to commit the sin of fornication and adultery. This forces them to spend money to facilitate their own sin, should they choose to sin and get pregnant. But they do not realize that the Lord was helping them to abstain from fornication and adultery, and even should the contraceptive fail, to cover their sin, commit murder by way of abortion.
Of course the “puppet masters” of the Obama administration is hot.
The intention is not about passing free contraceptives to women for birth control. The intent is to facilitate fornication and adultery. As a fail safe position, that’s where the abortion industry comes to do the dirty work when a deliberate failure of their product occurs.
The “conservative” Roberts’ court, finally woke up to do it’s job. 5 conservatives and 4 liberals. Right down political appointees.
It is a resounding victory for the church, but you know that they have something else up their sleeves. We don’t know yet, but when it happens just know that we must be vigilant.
This is American’s United article of their disappointment. They wrote it, and wept.
Wept for what?
They they couldn’t make the church do something that violates the Word of God by writing a law that interfered with the “free exercise” of religious convictions thereof.