December 11, 2023

Obama’s Proclamation of Gnosticism

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What I have emboldened below, most will not see, as the President of the United States, and those who came before him and who will come after him, place the Government of the United States corporation as the GIVER of the “freedom” to pray, and other limited freedoms as surely they all are. The Creator of this universe, and of all men, is the only One who gives freedom. Man only takes it away, grabbing glory in their sin as they convince the uneducated that their freedom to pray is “rededicated” by the Government and “extending…to all people.”

A review of history tells us this mirrors the work of the Roman Empire.

In times of steady calm and extraordinary change alike, Americans of all walks of life have long turned to prayer to seek refuge, demonstrate gratitude, and discover peace. Sustaining us through great uncertainty and moments of sorrow, prayer allows us an outlet for introspection, and for expressing our hopes, desires, and fears. It offers strength in the face of hardship, and redemption when we falter. Our country was founded on the idea of religious freedom, and we have long upheld the belief that how we pray and whether we pray are matters reserved for an individual’s own conscience. On National Day of Prayer, we rededicate ourselves to extending this freedom to all people.<<<Read Entire Proclamation>>>