Thursday, November 9, 2017

H.B. B! & Evilness...

Before I begin today's Life with Lynnie (LwL) entry, I would like to wish my daughter, B... Happy Birthday!  I'm looking forward to celebrating with you.  Happy Birthday!

There's something I think you should hear about, here on LwL.

To me, it's not something that is good.


Well, if you click on this link, you can read the article by entitled, Federal court rules World War 1 memorial cross must be torn down

Hopefully, you read the article.  If you weren't able to, I shared some of what the article stated (I copied/pasted):

Back in 1925, the American Legion erected a memorial in Bladensburg, Md., to honor the memory of 49 men who perished during World War I.

The 40-foot tall memorial became known as the "Peace Cross."

It also stated (I copied/pasted):

In 2014, the American Humanist Association -- a group that believes in "being good without a god" -- filed a lawsuit alleging the cross-shaped memorial is unconstitutional and demanding it be demolished, altered, or removed. 

They alleged the cross carries "an inherently religious message and creates the unmistakable appearance of honoring only Christian servicemen."

Since the entire article is important, I decided to share the rest of it with you (I copied/pasted):

On Wednesday, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals agreed and ruled the historic memorial must be torn down -- all because the Bladensburg Memorial is in the shape of a cross. 

The Fourth Circuit said the memorial excessively entangles the government in religion because the cross is the “core symbol of Christianity” and “breaches” the wall separating church and state.

Writing separately, Chief Judge Gregory wrote, “This Memorial stands in witness to the VALOR, ENDURANCE, COURAGE, and DEVOTION of the forty-nine residents of Prince George’s County, Maryland ‘who lost their lives in the Great War for the liberty of the world.’  I cannot agree that a monument so conceived and dedicated and that bears such witness violates the letter or spirit of the very Constitution these heroes died to defend.”

The American Legion could appeal directly to the Supreme Court.

"Today's decision sets dangerous precedent by completely ignoring history, and it threatens removal and destruction of veterans memorials across America," First Liberty Institute attorney Hiram Sasser said. 

First Liberty Institute and the Jones Day law firm are representing the American Legion in their fight.

“This memorial has stood in honor of local veterans for almost 100 years and is lawful under the First Amendment,” Jones Day attorney Michael Carvin said. “To remove it would be a tremendous dishonor to the local men who gave their lives during The Great War.”

I warned Americans in my new book, “The Deplorables’ Guide to Making America Great Again,” that the war against religious liberty and traditional American values is far from over. 

A militant group of atheists, agnostics and free-thinkers want to eradicate Christianity in the public marketplace. The only way to stop this evil scourge is for people of faith to stand together and fight back in the courts.

Just so you know, it also stated (I copied/pasted):

Todd Starnes is host of Fox News & Commentary. His latest book is “The Deplorables’ Guide to Making America Great Again.” Follow him on Twitter @ToddStarnes and find him on Facebook.


I appreciated what the Chief Judge Gregory wrote in favour of the memorial. 

However, I also agree with what the Frist Liberty Institute attorney Hiram Sasser said about how this threatens removal and destruction of veterans memorials across America.  :'(

To me, what is happening is truly sad.  And, heartbreaking to me.

It's truly evil.  Not good.

After all, everyone who fought in World War 1, fought to help people in USA.  And, veterans in other countries fought to help people in their countries.  Like veterans in Canada did, where I live.

Their strength came from our Lord.

Just as we read, in Psalm 144:1, "Blessed be the Lord my strength which teacheth my hands to war, and my fingers to fight:"

Amen!  Blessed be the LORD my strength which teacheth my hands to war, and my fingers to fight.

He strengthened people, who fought for our freedom.  Even those who didn't survive.

For this, we truly must be thankful.

Knowing that the militant group is fighting against honouring, please join me in prayer.

Pray, for all veterans.

And, pray that the memorials in various countries, including USA... won't be removed.

Thank you.

May God bless you.

Until next time...

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