Call to Prayer for Special Election

Over the past decades our State Legislature has been comprised of an overly Progressive Democratic Assembly and a Republican Senate.  The Assembly has always attempted—and often succeeded—in pushing through ungodly legislation, while the Republican Senate has been, with some exceptions, the bulwark to kill ungodly, legislation.  In other words, the only hope in our State government was in the Senate’s ability to stop bad laws from being passed.

Well that “hope” is in serious jeopardy of being lost.

On April 24th there will be two special elections for State Senate in Westchester (Senate District 37), and the Bronx (Senate District 32).  For the first time in a generation the Republicans are in danger of losing their majority in the Senate.

If Democrats win both those districts they will take total control of the Senate, and there will be no stopping the godless progressive agenda from moving forward and being foisted on the people of New York. Democrats will have control of all three branches of New York State government, just like California!

I’m calling on the Church to be in prayer and fasting, as the Lord leads, for this special election on the 24th.  Pray for our state government, legislators as well as the governor. Pray that righteousness will rule in Albany

Special Message for Every Concerned American


Cuomo’s Duplicitous Governance

Having failed to get his abortion expansion act passed by the Senate as part of his “Women’s Equality Act” several years ago, Governor Cuomo is now trying to attach this provision to the state budget. I guess he hasn’t gotten the memo that this nation is once again respecting the sanctity of life, and we are no longer going to sanction the sacrifice of children in the name of women’s rights. Fortunately, Senate Finance Committee Chair Cathy Young (R-Olean) assured us at our recent New York CPAC Conference that the Senate will once again stop this assault on the most vulnerable, (over half of which are “women”). But that’s not all. He also has included, according to New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms, a so-called “equal rights” amendment that could allow courts to read “transgender rights” into the New York Constitution, and a damaging bill that could subject churches and other institutions to frivolous lawsuits. Thank God for the watchdogs who keep us informed of the duplicitous attempts of this Governor. Every responsible New Yorker needs to contact their legislators and make their voices heard, or “we the people” will be hoodwinked once again.

Spiritual State of the Union 2018

“Where the righteous rule the people rejoice; when the wicked are in power the people groan.”—Proverbs 29:2

One year ago, Donald J. Trump was inaugurated into office and took his position as the 45th President of the United States. In a previous article I explained how Trump was a type of a King Cyrus who was called by God to lead the people of Israel to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem, though he was not himself a believer. It has always been in God’s nature to select the most unlikely people to advance His purposes, as He did throughout the Bible and throughout American history.

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New Study: U.S. Constitution and Current Events

Having completed our year-long study on America’s Godly Heritage we’re announcing a new study for 2018: “The U.S. Constitution and Current Events.  Meetings start Friday, January 26th and will continue on the fourth Friday of each month.  For details log on to CONSTITUTION COURSE

DACA: A Case for Justice and Mercy

DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) is an issue that calls for justice and mercy.

Justice demands that we honor and abide by laws duly established. Our immigration laws must be enforced. We are a nation of laws and not of men (or women). DACA was unconstitutional, and it therefore must be corrected or nullified.

The consequences of correcting or eliminating DACA is that 800,000 “Dreamers” would be deported. That’s where mercy comes into the picture. Once we have re-established the rule of law we can then look at the negative consequences of the correction, and choose to have mercy on those Dreamers who desire to assimilate into American culture, and have not demonstrated criminal behavior. Having mercy on Dreamers means providing them with legal permanent residency, and perhaps even a path to citizenship if they would be willing to serve in the Armed Forces or in some other capacity that benefits the people.

It would be injustice to those who have obeyed the rules to enter into our country legally, to give simple and free amnesty to Dreamers. And yes, they will have to suffer some consequences for the sins of their parents to affirm the rule of law and emphasize that not deporting them-which justice would dictate-is an act of mercy.

Remaining in the U.S. is not an entitlement regardless of how long they have lived here. When it comes to DACA we must find a reasonable way to exercise both justice and mercy in the right balance.