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Election Day Sermon, Applying Biblical Principles to Government, Pastor Bryan Longworth, Covenant Tabernacle

We read this morning from Psalm 33 about how Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord and that nations are not protected by the multitude of their army or the power of their military force but there protected based on the protection of God God’s sovereignty and that is most often based on whether that nation is obeying God’s word or violating God’s word.

In proverbs 14:34 we read, “righteousness exalts a nation but sin is a reproach to any people” and in Proverbs 28:12, we learn, “When the righteous rejoice, there is great glory; But when the wicked arise, men hide themselves.” (Ref. vs. 28) (NKJV)

Watch the “Florida Awake! Presidential Forum” Today!

Liberty Counsel has had an incredible response for its “Florida Awake! Presidential Candidate Forum with Q&A” happening today, (Saturday) January 28, 2012, from 3:30-5:00 p.m. EST. The forum is sponsored by Liberty Counsel and cosponsored by Personhood USA. Tickets were snapped up days ago, and we are working on overflow seating. Doors will open at 2:00 p.m. EST. Watch live video here.

Where Do the Presidential Candidates Stand on the Sanctity of Human Life?

Which Republican Presidential Candidates signed the Personhood Pledge and have participated in the ProLife Presidential Forums? Which candidate shares your values? Learn where the candidates stand on the sanctity of human life

Sermon, 2012 – The End of an Error! Pastor Bryan Longworth, Covenant Tabernacle

You’ve probably seen the bumper sticker that reads: 2012: The end of an error. It’s probably on the car of a Republican who wants to see the end of the Obama administration.

2012 is a new year, and with a new year, we look for change. We look for the new year to be better than the previous year.

Certainly, we have been in some tough economic times in this country. These times have led many to ask, “How’s that hope and change working for you?” Certainly for a lot of people, not as well as they had hoped.