Something For Sunday

Posted Saturday, December 5, 2009, at 10:57 PM
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  • Ah, my friend, "And for Monday," as we remember today for the notorious attack on Pearl Harbor.

    Another item, has also come to light. I also received a reminder from 'Wall Builders' that Sunday is, according to the Constitution, supposed to "Not" be a day for work, in our Government.

    I include a small portion:

    "Sunday sessions have been extremely rare because of the U. S. Constitution's Article I "Sundays Excepted" Clause, which excludes Sunday from the federal lawmaking process. The Framers of the Constitution held great respect for the Christian Sabbath and therefore removed it from the federal lawmaking calendar.

    This disregard for yet another part of the Constitution further heightens concern over the current reckless congressional agenda.

    Contact your elected U. S. Representatives and Senators and find out where they stand on the issue of the Sundays Excepted Clause. If they support or make excuses for this recent congressional Sunday session, then they have affirmed their disregard for the Constitution and for their own congressional oath. If such is the case, make sure and replace them in the next election, November 2, 2010!

    Excerpted from a received message from 'Wall' How much of our Faith are we willing to allow to be thrown away?"

    May we all remember December 7, as the day that lives in infamy, and refuse to allow our Christian Faith to be swept under a dirty rug, for without being 'Under God,' as President Reagan wisely stated, 'we will be a Nation Gon Under.'

    Merry Christmas, to one and all. Arley Steinhour

    -- Posted by Navyblue on Mon, Dec 7, 2009, at 3:44 PM
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