Repeal the Serenity Prayer

You have all heard the Serenity Prayer:

Serenity Prayer

Over the years I have listened and watched as our lawmakers and our preachers have accepted too many things as things they cannot change. This acceptance has brought us to a state of moral deterioration unprecedented in the history of mankind.


We should no longer accept things we cannot change. It is time to change the things we cannot accept.


For too long American pulpits have been intimidated, bullied and supressed from preaching the Bible without fear of Government reprisal. American pulpits must now be radicalized to stop the constant deterioration of the moral fiber of our great nation.


Courageous clergy must begin immediately to preach the Bible without fear of losing the tax exempt status that Washington, D.C., hangs over their heads. Passive and compliant homilies have enabled the moral decay of America. The unborn are slain “legally” without regard for God’s law, yet few pulpits are outraged. Some pulpits sanction, support and encourage homosexuality despite the declaration in the Word of God that it is an abomination to Him, yet few pulpits are outraged.


Liberal policies that enlarge the size, scope and power of the government, create involuntary poverty and promote the dependence of people on the government for subsistence are ignored in the pulpits. Our pulpits must become radicalized for God and exhort the children of God to stand opposed to the Government’s march to deport God from America.

1***Ed Randazzo has been a conservative activist and consultant for over 30 years and is currently the Chief News Editor of Life and Liberty Media and Co-Producer of Liberty Today, a weekly television program seen on cable systems in most of South Dakota.


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1 comment for “Repeal the Serenity Prayer

  1. May 25, 2013 at 4:28 pm

    This is no small matter. Over one-sixth of our economy is at stake. Beyond the economics, our country was founded on the idea that the rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness are inalienable. Access to affordable health care is surely essential to two of these three rights, maybe to all three.

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