by Ernest Easley

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“Survival by Revival”
2 Chronicles 7.14
June 14, 1998
Dr. Ernest L. Easley

As we approach and anticipate the two-hundred
and twenty-second birthday of our nation .. we’re
thinking under the heading: God Bless America. We
are the only nation on earth built upon the Christian
President George Washington said, “It would
be impossible to govern rightly without God and the
President John Adams said, “It would be
impossible to govern without God and the Ten
The Pilgrim Charter of 1620 states that its
purpose was “to advance the enlargement of the
Christian religion to the glory of God Almighty.”
Before the Pilgrims arrived on our shores they
gathered below deck of the Mayflower and signed the
Mayflower Compact which revealed their intent: “for
the glory of God.”
In 1632 .. when Maryland was chartered as a
colony, they wrote, “We are motivated with a pious
zeal for extending the Christian religion.”
The final sentence of the Declaration of
Independence signed July 4, 1776 says, “For the
support of this declaration, with a firm reliance
upon the protection of Divine Providence, we
mutually pledge to each other, our lives, our
fortunes, and our sacred honor.”
Eight days after signing the Declaration of
Independence .. printed on the side of the Liberty
Bell was a quote from Leviticus 25.10, “Proclaim
liberty throughout all the land unto all the
inhabitants thereof.”
God blessed America because she was founded
upon the promises and principles of the Holy Word
of God! But America is sick. I read this week that a
survey was taken among church students and 64% of
them agreed with this statement: “There are no
absolutes. All truth is relative. And you have no
right to force your idea of right and wrong on
anyone else.” 64% said that there are no absolutes!
And those were students attending church on a
regular basis.
You say, “Well, ...

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