An American Sermon
Grieving a dying nation
Within mankind lies faith. It is the instrument of the human heart, its power immeasurable, as noble as it is natural. From faith, we derive hope and love in their purest forms. Across the timespan that humanity has walked this earth, mankind has sought to understand its purpose by way of seeking out our creator. Men of different races and creeds have established numerous religious traditions in grandest form, seeking to venerate the infinite and establish a link with the invisible holiness and us, the very visible sinners who inhabit this earthly realm. From Heaven, we have been gifted a cornucopia of wisdom, a plethora of intellect, and an unyielding capacity for virtue – should we so choose to exercise it.
However, in a fashion as alarming as any in history, the ancient heathen that defied the godliness men sought, once banished from civilization and cast out, has returned in a potent and insistent form. We know this heathen by its modern names: the progressive, the woke, the welfare academic, the citizen socialist, the globalist, the new age liberal. Regardless of whatever name he takes, their shallowness sees only superstition in ancient customs and religion. They attribute to man that which can only be attributed to God. They venerate themselves, curse our Lord, and attempt to poison and tear down our ancient religions, crossing all bounds—moral, social, even biological—in an effort to spread their heathen claims on the hearts and minds of humanity.
But we possess a greater knowledge than they can ever hope to claim. We understand the distinct separation that exists between the natural and the supernatural. Despite their attempts to alter and change religious teachings to fit modern sentiments, we will steadfastly offer our homage to God as he demands of us. Guided by the deep and pure wisdom of God, which counsels us to submit ourselves to His loving Spirit, we will spread His word across this land anew. The truth of Christ will once again be honored and praised within this nation, for the ungodly spirit that now inhabits it cannot stand.
To the high praise of our own ancestors, to those Godly men who crafted the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights, we will carry their beloved inspiration and Godly beliefs forward to the savior of this nation and all that we hold dear.
America has aided and sustained generations of men and women in their mission to raise God fearing families and to support healthy, liberty-minded communities. The promise this nation has held has been as deep as any before it or since, and the attempts to carry out that promise in as just a fashion as able has been the cause of many. For Providence has had no nobler sons and daughters than those brave American patriots who came before us wrapped in the natural rights of mankind so gifted by God. Now is our time, our time not to look back, but to look forward. To answer the call of our Lord God, of Providence, and to pick up where greater men have left off, to wrap ourselves in the promise of America, in the natural rights of man and carry into the future that Godly promise so that it may not disappear from this earth.
No people have endured such trials as the American people when it comes to the efforts to preserve Liberty and the Rights of Man. Ancient and Modern peoples have fought over resources, land, cities, and gold. But no people have fought for the freedom that liberty imbues into us all more than the American people. Let us not lay down the Godly promise of this nation, those natural rights of man, to wither in the bereaved bosom of Lady Liberty when we are still so able and so keen to live as God intended.
And now, my able countrymen, it only remains that I conclude this short sermon in the manner in which I began, by exhorting you to reestablish that link with the invisible holiness that created all time and space. That through the rectitude of divine thought and consciousness living, this nation may once again rise from its withered state and stand as a beacon of faith for all who may know it. So numerous will be our trials, but the hand of God will be with us at every step. The principles of Heaven - those divinely inspired truths so infinite will keep sorrow from your brow and will push your feet forward through whatever torrent may come - and come it will! God has always conquered, and so too again shall he be triumphant in our age and the next. Though this age seems to be in disarray, dominated by heathenistic factions, the land of light that lays beyond will guide us. I beg you - that when the most pressing of temptations assails you do not distrust in the providence of God. For the word of God is deafening, and his hand mighty and swift. Lay your soul within him, let the death of Christ resurrect in yourself a willingness to carry on in the face of your enemies.
It is the righteousness of your own hearts, the integrity of how you live each day, and the indefinite and eternal spirit of Lord Jesus Christ that stands as your justification to carry Liberty forward and have it rise anew in this tattered land.
For Liberty. For the Natural Rights of Man. Let us unite under the banner of the Father and the Holy Ghost, let us unite in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and live as he commands with his blessing and majesty forever — Amen.