by Ernest Easley

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Series: The Moral Collapse of America
Dr. Ernest Easley
Proverbs 20 and 23
January 15, 1995

Please take your Bible and turn to the book of Proverbs chapter 20. The book of Proverbs is God's book of wisdom! If there is any area we need the wisdom of God today it's in the area of Morality. And for that reason ... I am beginning a brand new series of messages under the general heading: THE MORAL COLLAPSE OF AMERICA.

America is sick. Today .. we have the fragmented family. Divorce and it's effects is at an all time high. Perversion is everywhere. Hollywood is convincing us that right is now wrong and wrong is now right ... light is now dark and dark is now light. We read in our papers every day about sexual abuse ... physical abuse ... murders .. drive by shootings ... homosexual rights ... gay rights ... a pastor friend in Austin told me the other day about a Baptist church in their city that recently ordained a practicing homosexual in their church. When the pastor was confronted he said, " "What has happened to us?" In Romania today ... the officials are begging for Bibles so that every boy and girl can read it and learn about God. In America today .. Bibles and prayer are forbidden and as America continues to turn their back on God ... the moral collapse of America is moving at a rapid pace.

Romans 3.20, "by the law is the knowledge of sin." No wonder there is such a campaign today in America to reject the word of God .. refuse the word of God ... for "by the law is the knowledge of sin." I believe for the moral collapse to become the moral climb ... it is time we stop rejecting and refusing the Word of God in America ... and to re-establish it in all we do!

Morality is not determined by the opinions or vote of the people ... morality is determined by the word of God. "By the law is the knowledge of sin."

This nation was built on a moral and spiritual foundation. This idea of a secular state was for ...

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