Tag Archives: God’s Laws Unchangeable

Do recent deaths of high level African-American judges show that God is withdrawing his protection from African-American leaders due to their support of homosexuality?

Life is in God’s hands.  That’s true of everyone.

We all have to recognize that whether we live or die depends on God’s decision.

Heart attack kills people, every day.  Heart attack can kill the greatest of leaders and the most important economic leaders in the United States of America.  God is the one who allows heart attacks.

Recently, African-American judges have been found dead.  One such high level judge is Sheila Abdus-Salaam, who was a judge in the New York Court of Appeals.

Judge Raymond Myles, a judge in the Chicago area, died outside his home.  Life belongs to the LORD.

This can happen to any judge in any city or county.

Robbery resulting in deaths do happen, more so than you think.

Crime rates are rising all over the United States of America.

Drugs are at the center of increase in crime rates.  US Justice Department must end the drug problem in America’s middle schools and high schools by aggressively enforcing federal laws against drug use and drug supply.

Drugs will destroy the United States of America, unless the US Department of Justice stop states that are leading their residents into the road to destruction.

 

Is America’s laws under God’s laws?

Yes.

No law of the United States of America that violates the Law of God must be observed by people of the United States of America.  In other words, if the laws of USA go against God’s Law as found in the Holy Bible, then you must follow God’s Law, rather than human laws.

Of course, Christians in America must make sure that anti-Bible or anti-Christian laws are changed in the United States.

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Everyone will face the Judgment Day when Jesus Christ returns.  Jesus could care less if you kept America’s laws or not.  What Jesus cares is if you kept God’s Law.

Your eternal life is based on this judgment by Jesus Christ.