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Thursday, June 2, 2011

Texas Judge Bans Prayer.....

If you go to www.foxnews.com you can read this very sad article. A Texas judge has threatened jail time to any student who prays at graduation or even uses the word prayer, benediction etc.
Another student and his parents filed a suit against the school. So the judge decided it would cause and I quote,"irreparable harm" if someone prayed at the graduation ceremony.

Irreparable harm? Are you serious? I can think of a LOT of things that will cause someone irreparable harm but having someone pray over a ceremony is NOT one of them.
Well..............as a person who values her freedom and has many family members who have served in the armed forces to ensure her safety and freedom I have an idea about this law suit and about the kind of judge who would attempt to stifle Gods people and some of the values our country was founded on. If you don't like where you live, move. If you are unhappy with your freedom of speech you can go. I mean that's what this family is saying right? You don't value your freedom; because if you did value this aspect of our country you would see the importance of letting others have the same luxury correct? Irreparable damage? Grow up. I mean have we become that big of a wussy that the minute someone steps on our toes we go crying to a judge to sort it all out. People pleeeaassse have a spine and stop hiding behind a lame judges attempt at protecting you. It wont happen. Someone who truly values their relationship with God will stand up and speak from the heart at that graduation regardless of the threat of jail time. And good luck with that Texas judge. You really think we are going to let that happen. I pray our country is willing to fight for that, its a battle worth fighting for. Stop telling us to accept everyone and allow everything, every life style, every opinion and then try to silence those who have a relationship with God.
Irreparable damage? I think I have freakin' heard everything now. I only pray my girls are strong enough to "cause" enough irreparable damage to impact the world.
I'm done now.
God Bless America. (We're gonna need it!)

3 comments:

The Writer said...

Yes, I think they actually termed it correctly - the damage might come from the fact that the demons will be removed! :) ha ha. Love it - I agree "MOVE!" Right on the money- girlfriend.

Rhonda said...

Wow.
I'm glad to see as I went to foxnews.com today that the ban was lifted today.

littlecbsmom said...

Wow! I haven't heard that one...I'm glad you brought it to my attention!

I love hearing your "take" on things...great post!