On Sunday March 5th 2023, President Joe Biden spoke on the Anniversary of Bloody Sunday at the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama.
Throughout the speech, Biden used religious tones:
“On this stage, “the children of God” started a journey. “Walking…not saying a word…beaten, tear-gassed.” On this bridge, blood was given to help “redeem the soul of America.”
He went on to say:
“But there’s more work to do. We’ll protect Social Security and Medicare, and we’ll protect – Did you – by the way, did you see that State of the Union address?”
“I said, “That means all you guys are against cutting Medicare and Social Security?” “Oh, yeah!” Well, in my religion, we go, “Bless me, Father. That’s a wonderful thing.” (While he was doing the Catholic sign of the cross)
Joe Biden then closed his Sunday speech with the following:
“Let me close with this. In many of your faith traditions, Sunday is the Sabbath, a day of rest. But on that Sunday morning, on March 7th, 1965, Amelia Boynton Robinson and 600 of her fellow children of God chose different pews.“
“On this bridge of her beloved Selma, they were called to the altar of democracy, unsure of their fate but certain that the cause was righteous. So she would go on to say, quote, “You can never know where you’re going unless you know where you’ve been.” We know where we have been.”
“And, my fellow Americans, on this Sunday of our time, we know where we’ve been and we know, more importantly, where we have to go: forward together.”
“So let’s pray, but let’s not rest.“
“Let’s keep marching. Let’s keep the faith.”
“But most of all, let’s remember who we are. We’re the United States of America, and there’s nothing – nothing beyond our capacity when we act together. So, let’s go and finish the job.”
“God bless you all. And may God bless our troops.”
Sunday Laws are coming sooner, rather than later! Christian prophecy will never fail, and it never has! Whether you realize it or not, Joe Biden is a religious leader.
“In the last conflict the Sabbath will be the special point of controversy throughout all Christendom. Secular rulers and religious leaders will unite to en-force the observance of the Sunday; and as milder measures fail, the most oppressive laws will be enacted. It will be urged that the few who stand in opposition to an institution of the church and a law of the land ought not to be tolerated; and a decree will flnally be issued denouncing them as deserving of the severest punishment, and giving the people liberty, after a certain time, to put them to death. Romanism in the Old World, and apostate Protestantism in the New, will pursue a similar course toward those who honor the divine precepts.” SOP IV 444.2
Regardless of who the President is, we need to pray for them.
1 Timothy 2:1-2 “I exhort therefore, that, first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks, be made for all men; For kings, and for all that are in authority; that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and honesty.”
We must pray that God’s will is done through President Joe Biden, and we must pray for his salvation.