The good doctor was dishing out quality common sense that probably saved some lives of those who followed it. Today, he’s got something to say about the pastors that folded like a wonky lawn chair.
Not to bring the Bible into this or anything, but where exactly did divine writ ever, and I said, ever instruct us to have our decisions rooted and grounded in any kind of fear other than ‘the fear of the Lord’?
Go ahead. Take as long as you need. I can wait.
The answer, my children, is it never once says it. Nada. Zilch.
Isn’t it amazing, then how many churches closed their doors out of fear of the virus, or fear of the government, or fear of seeming like those evil covid-deniers, or … whatever?
Here come the excuses. ‘But, but, Doug. It wasn’t fear, exactly. It was prudence. That’s a virtue! Wisdom, you see, just like the Book of Proverbs talks about!’
Oh, you think so, do you? You think that’s what was really going on?
Then you won’t mind listening to this. It won’t hurt a bit.
And for those of us who either never shrunk back in fear, or are tired of doing so, here’s the pledge Dr. Hotze was talking about. (The site his article was posted is here.)
The following is a pledge that Christian Patriots, who follow in the train of our Christian forefathers, should take.
“I, _____, do solemnly affirm that, with God’s help, I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, both foreign and domestic, and that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same. To this end, with a firm reliance upon the protection of God’s Divine Providence, I do pledge, to my fellow Patriots, my Life, my Fortune, and my sacred Honor.” — CRTXNews
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