Friday, March 04, 2005

Quote o' The Day

"While the Supreme Court debates whether or not to allow the Ten Commandments and other religious displays on public property, let us not forget our freedom to display them on private property, discuss them over coffee, and proclaim them from our pulpits."--Don Elbourne, Locusts and Wild Honey

Several years ago, our pastor asked that every classroom in our church's Christian school prominently display the Ten Commandments. I thought it was a great idea then, and even more so now.

Besides being incensed that they're being removed from the public square--as rightfully we should be--are we really valuing the Ten Commandments themselves? Are we really looking to them as a template for living moral and upright lives?

Meantime, continue to pray as the justices consider the issue of allowing the Ten Commandments to be displayed. You can commit to praying for this matter on the Liberty Counsel's website.

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