Ronald Reagan said, “All great change in America begins at the dinner table.” America is a nation made of families. The God ordained institution of the home is the fabric that knits America together. I have often said that as goes the family so goes the church and as goes the church so goes the nation. There is a lot being said today about making America great again. For many years, our nation has been the victim of viscous Satanic attacks. The moral fiber of our nation has declined. We allowed the Bible and pray to be taken out of schools, we have allowed the lie of evolution to infiltrate the minds of our young people, and we sat back and watched as murdering unborn children became a legal practice in the name of women’s rights. It is time for us to make America great again. It is time for us to take back what Satan has stolen. Making America great again is certainly possible when we elect the right people to lead our nation who will work to uphold the Biblical principles upon which this nation was founded. However, no politician will ever make America great again. The greatness of America is dependent upon the family. Without strong families, America will fall. Men need to stand up and be men and fulfill their God-given role as the spiritual leaders of their home. Women need to be women and provide love and care for their children and support their husbands. We need traditional families made up of one man and one woman with their children, committed to one another for life. If we want to make America great again, we need to get back to the dinner table. This Independence Day, I encourage you to spend time with your family. Get back to the old-fashioned dinner table and come together as a family that honors God and lives life together without any hint of giving up when times get tough. It begins with you and me. It begins with putting away the cell phones and turning off the televisions and focus on those we love. We need to get back to a simple way of life. Fearing God, hard work, lending a helping hand, spending time with family, going to church, laughing, crying, living, being a family; this is what will make America great again!
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Great sermon for the holiday! All those things mentioned is “living the Christian life.” But the ONE thing missing that really WOULD change American and make it great again, was…
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If we really DO want to make America great again, we need to get America back on track! You can’t do that by just being happy ourselves, that would be selfish. We need to get out of our comfort zones and let America know it’s on it’s way to hell and the only way to make things right again with God, is to repent and trust in Jesus for our Salvation.