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    ruling by the Supreme Court. (what is wrong with them)

    > This is a statement that was read over the PA system at the football game
    > at Roane County High School , Kingston , Tennessee , by school Principal,
    > Jody McLeod
    > "It has always been the custom at Roane County High School football
    > games,
    > to say a prayer and play the National Anthem, to honor God and Country."
    > Due to a recent ruling by the Supreme Court, I am told that saying a
    > Prayer is a violation of Federal Case Law. As I understand the law at this
    > time, I can use this public facility to approve of sexual perversion and
    > call it "an alternate lifestyle," and if someone is offended, that's
    > OK.
    > I can use it to condone sexual promiscuity, by dispensing condoms and
    > calling it, "safe sex." If someone is offended, that's OK.
    > I can even use this public facility to present the merits of killing an
    > unborn b aby as a "viable! means of birth control." If someone is
    > offended,
    > no problem...
    > I can designate a school day as "Earth Day" and involve students in
    > activities to worship religiously and praise the goddess "Mother Earth"
    > and
    > call it "ecology."
    > I can use literature, videos and presentations in the classroom that
    > depicts people with strong, traditional Christian convictions as "simple
    > minded" and "ignorant" and call it "enlightenment"
    > However, if anyone uses this facility to honor GOD and to ask HIM to
    > Bless
    > this event with safety and good sportsmanship, then Federal Case Law is
    > violated.
    > This appears to be inconsistent at best, and at worst, diabolical
    > Apparently, we are to be tolerant of everything and anyone, except GOD and
    > HIS Commandments.
    > Nevertheless, as a school principal, I frequently ask staff and students
    > to abide by rules with which they do not necessarily agree. For me to do
    > otherwise would be inconsistent at best, and at worst, hypocritical... I
    > suffer from that affliction enough unintentionally. I certainly do not
    > need
    > to add an intentional transgression.
    > For this reason, I shall "Render unto Caesar that which is Caesar's," and
    > refrain from praying at this time
    > " However, if you feel inspired to honor, praise and thank GOD and ask
    > HIM, in the name of JESUS, to Bless this event, please feel free to do so
    > As
    > far as I know, that's not against the law----yet."
    > One by one, the people in the stands bowed their heads, held hands with
    > one another and began to pray.
    > They prayed in the stands. They prayed in the team huddles. They prayed
    > at
    > the concession stand and they prayed in the Announcer's Box!
    > The only place they didn't pray was in the Supreme Court of the United
    > States of America- the Seat of "Justice" in the "one nation, under G OD."
    > Somehow, Kingston , Tennessee Remembered what so many have forgotten. We
    > are given the Freedom OF Religion, not the Freedom FROM Religion. Praise!
    > GOD that HIS remnant remains!
    > JESUS said, "If you are ashamed of ME before men, then I will be ashamed
    > of you before MY FATHER."
    > If you are not ashamed, pass
    > this on .

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    Super Moderator GeorgiaPeach's Avatar
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    My heart is blessed by this man's stand for God.

    Psalm 139:14
    Matthew 19:26
    But Jesus beheld them, and said unto them, With men this is impossible; but with God all things are possible.

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    Senior Member florgal's Avatar
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    Very uplifting! Thank you for posting that Tex_2585_8538.

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