- The Washington Times - Monday, July 6, 2009

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

The column “But for the grace of God …” (Opinion, Thursday) suggests that most if not all of us have some sin to hide. This probably is true because the Bible says all have sinned. However, the greatest problem comes from people who have rejected or perverted Christianity. Many of them believe the government and the public are the supreme deciders of what is right and wrong. They wrongly believe that all is good if nobody finds out and that being acquitted by a jury means they are innocent.

An old saying should be modified to read, “You can fool all of the people some of the time, and some of the people all of the time, but you can’t fool God any of the time.” At the Last Judgment, God is the one who decides where each of us will spend eternity.

What this nation needs is a serious revival. I’m not sure we have enough Christians with the courage to bring that about.

ROBERT BOUDREAUX

Waldorf, Md.

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