American Could Use the Wisdom of Ronald Reagan Today

America could use the wisdom of Ronald Reagan right now. I have lived long enough to remember twelve Presidents. A President sets the tone for the whole country. White House Resident Joe Biden is failing our country.

I can honestly say that America felt happier and better about itself when Ronald Reagan was President than at any other time in my life. President Donald J. Trump was getting us there, but the powers that be made certain it came to a halt…at least temporarily. President Reagan was a wise and righteous man.

“When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice…” (Proverbs 29:2).

The source of President Reagan’s strength lay in what he believed. Many news commentators called his beliefs corny and old-fashioned while he was in office. After his death, many grudgingly admitted that he was a great leader. But it was Reagan’s beliefs that made him great. What did President Reagan believe?

Dr. D. James Kennedy gave the following account of a conversation between himself and President Reagan in 1980:

     “Governor,” Dr. Kennedy said, “I would like to ask you a very important spiritual question, and that is: If something were to happen to you and you were to die and stand before God, and God Almighty said to you, ‘Why should I let you into my Heaven?’ What would you say?”

     He was silent for a long time. Finally after about 30 seconds he answered in somber tones that I shall never forget, “I don’t deserve to go to Heaven. The only thing I could say would be, ‘For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life'” (John 3:16).

     Now this great man has discovered the truth of those words of Christ. He has ‘slipped the surly bonds of earth,’ and now gazes in the face of God (Dr. D. James Kennedy, Coral Ridge Ministries News, June 8, 2004).

Reagan Wisdom for American Now

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  1. Friedrich Nietzsche called the state the “coldest of all monsters” .

    “Cold it lies also; and this lie creeps from its mouth: ‘I, the state, am the people.'” The state, according to Nietzsche, “lies in all tongues of good and evil; and whatever it speaks, it lies – and whatever it has, it has stolen. / Everything about him is false; the biting man bites with stolen teeth. False are even his entrails.”

    Well done, Texan Jack.

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