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Pastor Charles Stilwell ULCM


  • The French Revolution And God
    Monday, April 23, 2018

    In the late 18th century, the kingdom of France was overthrown. The new revolutionary government proclaimed there was no God, and declared France to be a nation of atheists. What came out of this was called ‘The reign of terror.’ Thousands of people were butchered. Finally, one of the leaders of the revolution, a man named Robespierre, told the revolutionary council that belief in God was essential. Without it, there could be no morality and no republic. So the national representatives voted that the French people acknowledge the existence of God, and the immortality of the soul. They learned the hard way that without God, there’s no meaning in life; no virtue, no morality, nothing of true value or goodness. You can say you’re a believer, but live as an atheist; proclaiming God with your lips, but denying Him with your life. If you believe in God, then proclaim God by living a life by which God is Lord of every area. Because if He isn’t, life isn’t a whole lot better than a reign of terror.
    From Message #973 - Revolutionary

    Scripture: Hebrews 11:6

    TODAY'S MISSION - What areas of your life are actually godless – existing without God? Identify them and bring God into each of them.

    Rabbi Jonathan Cahn