Thursday, September 27, 2012

The Lord God would do nothing without Prophets (Amos 3:7)

To Keep and Bear Arms...

I couldn't sleep, so I picked up a book near my bedside. You may have heard of it. It's called The Federalist Papers and was written by great and brilliant men, namely, James Hamilton, James Madison and John Jay -- America's Founding Fathers.

I read from No. 46 where James Madison wrote the following:

Besides the advantage of being armed, which the Americans possess over the people of almost every other nation...[it] forms a barrier against the enterprises of ambition... governments are afraid to trust the people with arms.
Inspiring, indeed. At least to this solider who knows, at least in part, what it means to fight for one's freedom.

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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Appeasement Will Not Work

I am a Warrior. My words are few and plain; but I will make good what I say. 'Tis my business to destroy all the Enemies of these States and to protect their friends. … Brothers: Listen well to what I tell you and let it sink deep into your Hearts. We love our friends, and will be faithful to them, as long as they will be faithful to us. 

– George Washington, speech to the Delaware Indian Chiefs on May 12, 1779; Fitzpatrick 15:54

Religious Freedom - the Ronald Reagan way

Friday, September 7, 2012

Mormons and America -- Save the Constitution

"The Constitution of the United States is a glorious standard; it is founded in the wisdom of God. It is a heavenly banner."
—Joseph Smith, History of the Church 3:304.

"Efforts are being made to deprive man of his free agency, to steal from the individual his liberty. . . . There has been an alarming increase in the abandoning of the ideals that constitute the foundation of the Constitution of the United States."
—President David O. McKay, Oct. 1966 General Conference

 “Next to being one in worshiping God, there is nothing in this world upon which this church should be more united than in upholding and defending the Constitution of the United States!.”
—President David O. McKay, 1956, The Instructor 91:34

“Satan is making war against all the wisdom that has come to men through their ages of experience. He is seeking to overturn and destroy the very foundations upon which society, government, and religion rest. He aims to have men adopt theories and practices which he induced their forefathers, over the ages, to adopt and try, only to be discarded by them when found unsound, impractical, and ruinous. He plans to destroy liberty and freedom–economic, political, and religious, and to set up in place thereof the greatest, most widespread, and most complete tyranny that has ever oppressed man. He is working under such perfect disguise that many do not recognize either him or his methods. . . . Without their knowing it, the people are being urged down paths that lead only to destruction. Satan never before had so firm a grip on this generation as he has now.” (“Message of the First Presidency,” The Improvement Era, Nov. 1942, p. 761.)