God in the Public Square – Eternal Dreams

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Crowds surrounding the Reflecting Pool, during...

By: Tera Ertz

“For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them.” Ephesians 2:10

“It’s a dream that we can find a job with wages that support a family. That we can have health care that’s affordable for when we get sick. That we can retire with dignity and security. And that we can provide our children with education and opportunity – so that they can be what they want to be and live how they want to live. They are the common dreams that can finally unite a nation around a common purpose.” Barak Obama ~ Reclaiming the American Dream Speech January, 2008

Christians are losing the debate over dealing with fiscal problems, growing national debt, and social welfare programs. We always get bogged down with the appeal that the American Dream is out of reach…

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2 Responses to God in the Public Square – Eternal Dreams

  1. Terrence says:

    the fact missing is, this was really an organized Labor Rally, MLK was an ardent trade unionist, and the the main speaker was not MLK but in fact A. Phillip Randolph, a noted UNION ORGANIZER, you and Glenn Beck and David Barton really do not need any facts.

    • terajean says:

      How is that fact relevant to the actual topic of the post? I actually used that picture because it shows a rally in front of the Washington Monument. My only reference to MLK was in reference to a specific dream he spoke about and accomplished, and he was one of several mentioned. Do you dispute the accuracy of what the American Dream is? If so, on what basis? As for David Barton, haven’t read him. Glenn Beck does a great deal of research for his books, but I think I’ve only read one, several years ago, and otherwise I don’t listen to him. But, thank you I suppose for placing my writing alongside such well known voices. Have a blessed day.

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