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'Spirit-filled' Senator Rapert talks about his war with Satan

Posted By on Sat, May 26, 2018 at 7:19 AM

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Thanks to a reader who follows Charisma News for this report on Sen. Jason Rapert.

Times have been tough for the man of God because of his advocacy for state establishment of religion on the Capitol grounds through the 10 Commandments monument.

From the beginning, I started receiving hostile e-mails, threatening messages and hate mail. I endured public ridicule by the atheist community, extreme liberals and even by organized satanic organizations.

There is no question the American public has been successfully confused about the Judeo-Christian history and heritage of our nation by secular humanist organizations over the past few decades. The ignorance present in our country about the Ten Commandments as a historical and moral influence on the development of American jurisprudence has fueled the intensity of organizations that seek to undermine any reference to God in the public square.

There's much more.

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