Observations of the American Republic

American Voice 1

Perfect Union

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If you were to look in the dictionary for the definition of the word “perfect”, you would find many. When looking at its use in the context of our Constitution that definition becomes clear. Our forefathers were strong believers in the Holy Bible as a basis for their lives. It is true that they were from different denominations but they believed that the Holy Bible was the inherent, infallible, word of God. This can be evidence by the use of the word perfect in the preamble to our Constitution.

In order to understand their hearts and thinking as an American you must recognize that the forefathers believed that no government on the earth could exist in its proper form without the Lord God as the foundation. With this in mind, the wording of the preamble makes complete sense. Starting with the following definition let, us examine a more perfect union.

Perfect: conforming absolutely to the description or definition of an ideal type

Our forefathers knew from the Holy Bible and their personal relationships with the Lord God. That for the establishment of a perfect union required more than a change of location. Perfection entailed more than the moral issues, more than individual character, they believed the establishment of America was through truth, a kind of truth, which is only found in a relationship with the Lord God of the Bible.

The work with which they were tasked was put upon them by the Holy Spirit. The task set before them was one of regeneration. A regeneration of the spirit and soul, providing free men access to a personal relationship with the Lord God and extending to all people chose to make America their home.

Working diligently in the writing of our Constitution they understood that they must yield themselves to the Lord God. That God had given our forefathers and us today a chance to proclaim His light so that all the world may see and understand that America’s strength does not come from people it comes from a personal relationship with the Lord God. Creating a new nation, filled with free people, renewed steadfast in the knowledge of the Creator of all that there is, was, and ever will be. America our home a nation sanctified by God to provide light for the rest of the world filled with the glory of God and wisdom that Jesus is the Christ.

Not all people who live in America are Bible believing Christians; but through the grace of God and the wisdom of our forefathers all of us are provided with the freedom of religion. The choice as always is yours to make. United we Stand and divided we fall.

Find the complete definition of perfect at dictionary.com


Written by americanvoice1

June 27, 2008 at 3:41 AM

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  1. I have evidence of John Adams explicitly rejecting the Bible as infallible. Would you like to see it? If so, check out my blog and feel free to comment there.

    Jon Rowe

    June 28, 2008 at 3:16 AM

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