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Should all Christians in the US Military swear allegiance to Christ the King in celebration of Easter?

Yes, all Christians in the US Military and in the US Pentagon must personally swear allegiance to Jesus Christ the King in celebration of Easter.

No one needs to see you make your alleagiance.

Christ sees all, and you can swear allegiance to Christ in the privacy of your home, when you are alone.

But it is important for you to take this proactive dedication to Christ the Risen King.

If you die on the battle field, you will stand before Jesus Christ, who is the Awesome Judge.

He knows your heart and whether you swore allegiance to Him or not.

Do you want to take your chance  with your eternity?

Would Protestant Reformation have succeeded without violent wars fought by Protestant Christians?

No.

Protestant Reformation would have failed without violent wars that killed a lot of people to ensure its success.

In the Holy Bible, God orders killing of believers to ensure that Bible-centered belief system survives and thrives.

This is clear in the Book of Joshua, the Book of Judges, 1 Samuel, 2 Samuel, Book of Revelations, and many other passages in the Bible.

Sometimes God orders killing in order to advance the Kingdom of God.  

God is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow.

That is why the Protestant Reformers called for war and killing – in the spirit of the Holy Bible.

Sometimes, killing in a war is necessary to ensure that Bible is valued and Bible moral system dominates.

In other words, Protestant Reformers showed us in history that a part of Christian duty may be engaging in wars to ensure true Christian faith.

If Protestant Reformers did not lead the killing in a war, then Protestant Reformation would have failed.

This is important to remember for 2016 Christians in the United States of America.