David Cameron on Christianity

Our last Government under Labour famously said “We don’t do God” or something of that sort. I’m glad to see David Cameron is going down a different line and talking about God openly.

This week David Cameron talked at a gathering to honour 400 years of the King James Bible translation. He said some interesting things-

“The Bible is a book that has not just shaped our country, but shaped the world. And with 3 Bibles sold or given away every second… a book that is not just important in understanding our past, but which will continue to have a profound impact in shaping our collective future… the Bible has helped to give Britain a set of values and morals which make Britain what it is today. Values and morals we should actively stand up and defend. The alternative of moral neutrality should not be an option. You can’t fight something with nothing. Because if we don’t stand for something, we can’t stand against anything. The future of our country is at a pivotal moment. The values we draw from the Bible go to the heart of what it means to belong in this country…”

That’s a good word! I like “if we don’t stand for something, we can’t stand against anything..”

You may like to check out the rest of what he said. Here’s the link…

Number 10

We’re holding the UK in our hearts. The UK is on God’s sights for a great uprising of supernatural Christianity. Many nominal Christians and those that are unsure will be swept into heaven as Papa’s hand is clearly seen. A day of ‘Awe and Wonder’ is emerging. Signs in the heavens and on the Earth. Harvest, Celebration and Joy even in the midst of great trials. We believe it! We see it. We live it.

Justin Abraham COBH

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