Citizens of the USA;

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There is a battle taking place for the soul of your country. Not only that, it is a battle for the soul of humankind. Far too many people, Christians and otherwise, do not yet understand the seriousness of the situation. The enemy of our soul has kept us as distracted as possible to keep us from rising up against him until it is too late. America is pretty much the only thing standing in the way preventing him from succeeding in his vile plans. If America falls there is no other country left on earth to run to as they will all fall like dominoes. We are talking world-wide full-scale Communist Totalitarianism. It is up to us to put the brakes on the leftist’s insane rush to global dystopian destruction.

God bless President Trump and the USA.

— <pastorwardclinton.com>

Pray for 45

“America was born a Christian nation, America was born to exemplify that devotion to the elements of righteousness which are derived from the Holy Scriptures.” – Woodrow Wilson

I thank you God of Father Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob for USA President #45 and his family. Lord, I ask You to continue to bless and protect them as they stand against the evil forces that would destroy America. Christians, now is the time to put on the whole armor of God and get in the fight for the soul of America. Christians throughout the world are counting on us to do it; God has given us the opportunity to do so; dystopia descends on us, even us, if we do not.

–pastorwardclinton.com

Children in Church

To You Who Bring Small Children to Church
There you are sitting in worship or Bible study. Your child, or toddler, is restless. Perhaps they’re even a little boisterous. You try to silence them, and nothing. You try to pacify them with food or toys, and nothing. Eventually, you resort to the last thing you wanted to do: you pick them up, and before a watching audience, you make the march out of the auditorium. All the while, you’re a little embarrassed. Maybe you’re a little frustrated too. You might even think to yourself, “There’s no point in coming to church. I get nothing out of it because I have to constantly care for my kid.”
I want you — you mothers and/or fathers — to know just how encouraging you are to so many; that’s right, encouraging. The little elderly woman who often feels so alone beams with a smile at the sight of you wrestling with your little one. She’s been there before. She knows how hard it can be, but she smiles because to hear that brings back precious memories. To see young parents and their small children actually brightens her day, and she may have just received bad news this week about her health, but seeing the vitality of young ones removes — if but for a moment — her fears.
The older man who always seems to be grouchy notices you too. He’s always talking about how children in this day have no respect or sense of good. But, he sees you — a young family — in church, and you don’t miss any gathering. Like clockwork, he can depend on the sight of you and your young family. You give him hope that maybe the church isn’t doomed after all, because there are still young parents who love God enough to bring their restless children to worship.
Bring your children to church. If you don’t hear crying, the church is dying. As hard as it might be for you as a parent who’s half-asleep, keep on doing what you’re doing. You are an encouragement, and you’re starting off your children’s lives as you should. (Author Unknown)

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When I was only a couple of years old my mother was so embarrassed in church because I was “singing” quite loudly in church, it might have even been the wrong song, and she was trying to get me to be quiet but the folks around us kept telling her, “It’s okay, let him sing. It’s okay, we love it.” A couple people even prophesied “that one is going to be a preacher someday.”

— pastorwardclinton.com