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Dual Citizenship Requires Much

Posted on October 21, 2015 at 9:05 PM

Christians maintain a dual citizenship.  They are citizens of the Kingdom of God and citizens of the country in which they live.  Christians strive to obey the laws of the land and respect the governing powers.  They work to make a better place to live and contribute to the common good of all citizens.  They follow the two basic laws given by Jesus: "Love the Lord your God," and "Love Your Neighbor as Yourself."  Christians make great citizens.  The difficulty of dual citizenship arrives when the government tries to envoke laws that are contrary to the Word of God.  When a secular government attempts to step away from the wisdom of God and do things that are not acceptable in God's eyes, Christians must choose to stand with God, even when faced with ridicule, fines, or imprisonment.  Keep in mind, the United States of America has been blessed and has become great because the founding fathers built a country based on Christian principles.  (Check your history books!)  As this government drifts further away from God's truth, expect more dire crumbling of this nation's foundation.  Bro. Glenn

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Reply James
5:27 AM on October 19, 2019 
I believe we need to have an immigration reform now! It's necessary. The answer is not in sending illegal immigrants back to their countries, and it's not in legalizing all of them either.