Skip to comments.How The Church Sold Out America For Thirty Pieces Of Silver
Posted on 09/19/2012 9:20:53 PM PDT by Smthrn
How The Church Sold Out America For 30 Pieces of Silver (Zonation Video) By Gate on September 19, 2012 6:00 AM | No Comments
by Chuck Woll
The day the clergy became silent on government matters in return for a tax exempt status, is the day they sold out their congregations. Every Sunday the ministers preach about the need to have faith in God. Yet, by taking advantage of their tax exempt status, they are putting their faith in Caesar to help pay the church's bills, instead of God. Imagine how different America would have been if God was not allowed to be a part of constructing our Constitution? Next to the Magna Carta, the United States constitution is the greatest man made document ever constructed. Yet it would not have come close to what the states ratified if it were not for the influence of the church.
Today, almost 60 years later, America is starting to look a lot like a country where the church has no influence in it's government. Thanks to the way Obama and the Democrats have destroyed America's wealth, I would say the Church has sold their responsibility of influencing our leaders for what amounts to about 30 pieces of silver.
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Chuck Wolk or
I would agree with the selling out for thirty peaces of silver, as the churches for the most part have sold out for the very purpose stated, personal greed and high social status.
How ever this is a nation governed by the people, not by the institutions, the churches was set up to teach the Gospel, not to teach people how to run the country.
Of course it may be better for the church to be in bed with the government rather than the unions or any other organization but it all boils down to the same thing, if the people in government are doing wrong it is up to the people as individuals to get the crooks out of there.
If the people are too stupid to do it then we have no one to blame but ourselves.
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