Bill Of Rights Commemoration Passes On The Banquet –Carris Kocher of the Bill of Rights Bicentennial Committee says this year’s Commemoration of the Bill of Rights — the groups’s 29th — will be a bit different this Dec. 15.
“To host a Bill of Rights Commemorative Banquet at a public restaurant and ask guests to abide by the state-imposed restrictions on our Liberties was unconscionable,” she said. “Especially in 2020! The 400th Anniversary of the Mayflower Compact, the beginning of self-government in the New World.”
Carris is asking that patriots pass out copies of the Bill of Rights; gather with like-minded friends and read it aloud; bring it up in conversation; ask their ministers to offer a special prayer of thanksgiving this Sunday for the blessings of civil and religious freedom, and their for their restoration; and to pray individually, for thanksgiving and repentence.
“Our freedoms hang by a thread, and, frankly, we are not deserving of their continuance. Our sins are many. But God is merciful. So let us humble ourselves, repent of our sins, and return to the God of our Fathers,” she said. “It may be that He will have mercy. That’s what the king of Nineveh hoped for. And so it was, and Jonah was disappointed!”