Skip to comments.Rhode Island federal judges and school board have voted to remove prayer banner
Posted on 02/16/2012 11:53:10 PM PST by bibletruth
Cranston, Rhode Island federal judges and the school board members have voted to remove prayer banner at the public high school
This act by them has been SEEN and RECORDED in the books by God the Father and Christ Jesus, and will BE REMEMBERED at the time of Revelation 20, when this same book is opened; and these men and women from Cranston, Rhode Island will be judged out of those things which TODAY have been written to show their works of evil against the LIVING FATHER GOD; they will RECEIVE their JUST REWARD of eternal judgement and damnation into the Lake of Fire forever.
Revelation 20:12: And I saw the dead, small and great, stand before God; and the books were opened: and another book was opened, which is the book of life: and the dead were judged out of those things which were written in the books, according to their works.
God will NOT be mocked by Christ rejecting pagans. God will have the last judgement on these who mock God.
Since some people will come on here, asking for a link...
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You’re welcome. I also added “prayer” to the keywords as the kids in that school are going to NEED it....
It's happening the world over. Christianity will not legally exist during the Tribulation, and the preparations for that are starting now.
We should all recall: “The Lord said unto My Lord,Sit thou on My right hand, till I make Thine enemies Thy foot-
stool?” (Matthew 22:44)(Psalm 110:1)
We have to appeal for the students of Cranston High School West and we have to appeal for our humanity," he said.There are lawyers who donate services for these kind of cases. I hope one will take up the appeal.
They are already $175,000 in the hole from the first case. This in a town that is broke and can barely fund basic education.
I doubt any good lawyer would recommend they appeal. When you read the judge’s decision it is clear that this has been settled law for a very long time.
Yet a high school choir in CO is asked to sing ‘praise Allah’