The House Of Gods (1 Of 2) by Ernest Easley

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GOD BLESS AMERICA
“The House of Gods”
Judges 17
June 7, 1998
Dr. Ernest L. Easley

As we approach the two-hundred and twenty-
second birthday of our nation .. we’re thinking under
the heading: God Bless America!
Now take God’s Word and turn please to
Judges chapter 17. It’s here in the book of Judges
that we find the nation of Israel, like modern day
America, forgetting their God- blessed heritage! We
read last Sunday in Judges 2.10, “When all that
generation had been gathered to their fathers,
another generation arose after them who did not
know the Lord nor the work which He had done for
Israel.”
And today in America we’re living in that
generation! We now have a generation in our land
“who do not know the Lord nor the work which He
has done for America.” We have forgotten our
heritage and we’ve got educators rewriting our
history and leaving God out! Young people .. I don’t
want you to ever forget that this nation was
established on the principles and promises of the
Word of God.
In fact . . . 47 of the 57 men that signed the
Declaration of Independence were graduates of
Christian colleges.
Woodrow Wilson said, “A nation which
does not remember what it was yesterday does not
know what it is today nor what it is trying to do.”
As John Quincy Adams spoke to future
generations he said, “You will never know how
much it has cost my generation to preserve your
freedom. I hope you will make good use of it.”
I’m afraid .. like the nation of Israel in the time
of the Judges . . . that America has been cursed with
blessings. We are a nation that has forgotten the God
that has blessed us. And like the nation of Israel . . .
our values are vanishing.
That’s what you find when you come to the 17th
chapter of the book of Judges. And what striking
similarities there are between Israel and America!
Look if you will to Judges 17.6, “In those days
there was no king in Israel; e ...


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