Sunday, March 25th of 2018 marks Palm Sunday — the start of Holy Week ahead of Easter Sunday. On this glorious day, we remember Jesus’ entry into the city of Jerusalem before he died on the cross for each and every one of us.
On Palm Sunday, Pastor Robert Jeffress appeared on Fox News with a very powerful message for Christians and believers.
“[I would] remind people that for the last 70 years, there has been a crusade by secularists to remove any acknowledgment from God from the public square, including our schools, saying that we can be good without God,” Jeffress began. “Well, that’s been a dismal failure.”
He continued, “I’d remind our viewers that for the first 150 years of our nation’s history our school children prayed, they read scripture in school, they even memorized the 10 commandments including the commandment ‘Thou shall not kill.’”
“Yet, about 60 years ago, the supreme court says, ‘That’s unconstitutional.’ I think we need to return to that — teaching people, starting with our children, that there is a God to whom they’re accountable is not the only thing we need to do to end gun violence, but it’s the first thing we need to do,” he ended boldy.
Watch the Fox & Friends video below to hear Pastor Jeffress’ remarks:
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In other faith news, country star Trace Adkins also had a powerful message for believers recently.