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Letters to the Editor

Paying for past 50 years

To the Editor:

The Lord said to the Prophet Hosea: “My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge, because you have rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee.”

America in 1963 renounced God from its erudition and brought God’s judgment (famines/plagues) upon this land.

Within 50 years, we have raised two Godless generations. The result: discipline, respect and personal responsibility in children vanished. In 50 years, these children mature, barren of any moral compass by which to evaluate life, moving on to administer our government, corporations, schools, media and national production of products, while impelling corruption, avarice and dysfunction into all regions. We are victims of our choices.

Choosing Satan over God, we now murder the unborn. Sodomy marches down Main Street, USA. We marry same-sex couples. Our education halls and homes are infected with drugs, gangs, alcohol, homosexuality and pornography. School shootings occur regularly. Our churches run rampant with adultery, divorce, sexual immorality, fornication, lying, cheating and stealing. These are abominations to God. We have become like rats drowning in our own vomit of sin.

The nation must repent. “For God shall bring every work into judgment, including every secret thing, whether it be good, or whether it be evil.” (Ecclesiastes)

Erik Christian

Algonquin

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