Keith Flaugh and the Founding Directors of the Florida Citizen Alliance posted this video done one year ago.
I ask you to take 6.5 minutes and watch what my friend Pastor J.C. “Chris” Hall said to a crowd of fellow believers in Washington DC. This was a year ago. Think about how much further we have fallen down the “slippery slope” in this past year!
Religion played a major role in the American Revolution- Pastors gave an assurance to the average American that standing against a tyrannical, oppressive government was justified in the sight of God. We may not yet be at that same cross roads today, but there is no denying that we are on “the Slippery Slope” with a stampeding Federal Government that is trampling individual rights of its citizens.
Founding Father John Adams identified Pastor Mayhew and this sermon “Resistance to Tyranny as a Christian Duty”-one of the most influential in American history–on the anniversary of the execution of Charles I. In it, he explored the idea that Christians were obliged to suffer under an oppressive ruler, as some Anglicans argued. Mayhew asserted that resistance to a tyrant was a “glorious” Christian duty. In offering moral sanction for political and military resistance, Mayhew anticipated the position that most ministers took during the conflict with Britain.
The United States, as a beacon of liberty and freedom, would never have existed without God and the critical role pastors played in our Founding. Today, our very nation and Christian way of life is in the balance. It is now up to you “our pastors and fellow believers” to lead us back to God’s gift.