REFORMATION OHIO LAUNCH
OHIO STATEHOUSE, OCTOBER 14, 2005
CONG. WALTER JONES (NC-3, R)
We will be silent no more. Our times demand it, our history compels it. Our future requires it. And you and I know that God is still watching.
United States Congressman Walter Jones from Farmville, North Carolina served in the North Carolina General Assembly for ten years before being elected to the Untied States House of Representatives in 1994. He’s a man of character, integrity, and unwavering love for God and all people. He is the sponsor of the Houses of Worship and Freedom Restoration Act in the United State Congress which would restore to every pastor, every cleric, every bishop, and every priest in the United States of America their First Amendment Rights which were infringed upon in 1954. He’s here to speak at Raise the Standard Pastors and Church Leaders Conference, and he said I’ve got to get from the airport when he found out that Reformation Ohio was being launched today. He said, I have to be right in the middle of it.
Would you please welcome to the great Buckeye State, Untied States Congressman Walter Jones
Pastor, thank you so very much. And the reformation has begun! (applause, cheers) It has begun (cheers, applause)
There has never been a time in the history of this nation that the assault from the extreme left is trying to destroy the Judeo-Christian values of America. (applause) The reformation. Please God! Bless this effort! (applause) God, we come to you, in our humble way on our knees, because God ,we know, that freedom without religion is dangerous and unstable. Religion can survive in the absence of freedom. But freedom without religion is dangerous and unstable. America. God please help this reformation effort in Ohio and then God help us bring it across the nation! Save America! (applause)