Rick Joyner shares a word regarding boldness as a fruit of courage. He also covers why the Constitution is so important, how it has been under an attack, as well as how “separation of Church and state” is not found in the Constitution or any other founding documents.
Nowhere in the Constitution is there mention of the separation of the Church and state. This is a major fallacy and deception by which the enemies of the truth have worked to destroy a linchpin of our Republic—the freedom of religion. Most Americans, and even many conservatives who promote adherence to the Constitution, believe this lie. What is actually stated is that “congress will establish no religion, or prohibit the free exercise thereof.” This was intended to keep the federal government out of the church, not the other way around. The Founders even argued that the Republic could not last without the influence of the Church.
Again, the term “separation of Church and state” is not found in the Constitution or any other founding documents. Those who say that it is are only revealing their ignorance of the Constitution. This term was coined by Thomas Jefferson in his letters to the Danbury Baptists. That term, and his letters, were intended to ensure them that the Church would be protected from the intrusion of the state, not the other way around. This false interpretation of the Constitution and its wrong application has resulted in the attempt to use the government, especially the courts, to inhibit the freedom of religion in America. This is itself a serious violation of the Constitution and Bill of Rights.