Think we can trust government to protect our rights? Think again.
Of course, the news media is not spreading the word. Just a bunch of Christs. So what?
Here are some interesting links.
Here are several new articles.
Examples of Protests
- https://www.google.com/search?q=seattle+protests&hl=en&biw=1304&bih=697&source=lnt&tbs=cdr%3A1%2Ccd_min%3A4%2F1%2F2020%2Ccd_max%3A6%2F22%2F2020&tbm=nws: This is a search that reveals something about the extent of the protests occurred in Seattle before the mayor finally decided the autonomous zone had to go (after they protested at her home (https://www.kiro7.com/news/local/protesters-march-seattle-mayors-home/32TRIWMTHFGUZLXDLFL7CJRISI/).
Is the Coronavirus (COVID-19) a serious concern. If you are nearing 78 or in bad health, it is a bad idea to sick from anything.
If Christians want freedom of religion, including the right to practice our religious beliefs, then we have to vote for politicians who will defend the First Amendment with the same enthusiasm they demonstrate for their own favorite causes. Otherwise, we will soon be seeing more examples of discrimination (with less subtlety) against anyone who believes in God.
See, there's this thing called biology...
So, Sean Feucht of “ Let us Worship,” has been planning a return to Seattle for more worship in the midst of chaos, on Monday, Labor Day at Gas Works Park. The park has been open and the city has allowed Chop, Chaz, BLM, and several other large gatherings to occur, but they have decided to pull the plug at the last minute on Christians and shut down the park where the gathering is scheduled to happen.
Here’s their release which says in part, “Gas Works Park will be closed all day September 7 due to anticipated crowding that could impact the public health of residents. Out of concerns for the safety of all those who visit Gas Works Park we have opted to close the entire park for the day.”
There WILL BE worship in Seattle on Monday, but we’re still going to need lots of prayers to help…
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