Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Bluegrass State Keeps God's Law on display

NEWS: In Grayson County, Kentucky an appeals court decided Thursday in favor of keeping a Ten Commandments display. The Grayson County case began in 2002 when the American Civil Liberties Union filed suit against the county. It is doubted that the ACLU will appeal the decision to the U.S. Supreme Court because in the last four cases, appeals courts have ruled against the ACLU. The ACLU has not won a Ten Commandments case at the appeals level since 2005.

The Sixth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on Thursday that it passes constitutional muster. Grayson County Judge-Executive Gary Logsdon thanked God for the return of the Commandments as part of the display of historical documents.
WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT: This eight year legal battle ending in victory shows us that battles may be long and hard, but we shouldn't give up. What you can do with this item of news is praise The Father, and take heart that the grass-roots movement to return our nation to God is a battle worth fighting and can be won. But it will only be won if we stand up to be counted.

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