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Lord, we are thankful that the Supreme Court recognizes the right to use our motto, In God We Trust. May we continue to declare it over our nation.

The United States Supreme Court declined to take up a case atheists launched in an effort to remove “In God We Trust” from U.S. currency.

Michael Newdow filed the lawsuit on behalf of atheists, who claim the nation’s motto is a violation of the First Amendment’s prohibition of Congress establishing a national religion. They assert that exposure to it is “forcing petitioners (who are Atheists) to bear and proselytize that message.”

The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Paul, Minnesota had previously ruled that the phrase In God We Trust “does not compel citizens to engage in religious observance” and dismissed the case. . . .

Aside from the Court’s decision, Congress has historically upheld the use of “In God We Trust” as the national motto, which first appeared in 1864 on a two-cent coin. 

Congress passed legislation in 1955 that was signed into law by President Dwight Eisenhower in 1956 requiring all paper and coin currency to bear the words “In God We Trust.”

The laws authorizing the nation’s motto on currency were first challenged in court in 1970 and 1978, when Madalyn Murray O’Hair’s lawsuit claimed the motto violated the First Amendment.

The case is New Doe Child #1 v. United States, No. 18-1297 in the Supreme Court of the United States.

(Excerpted from Breitbart,  article by Penny Starr.)

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  1. Amen, thank you my Lord and my God, Lord Jesus Christ!Your word says,”Blessed is the nation who’s God is the Lord”. We have been blessed beyond measure because of having you as our God, you have made our nation to prosper, flourish and stand in the face of our enemies. Thank you Lord for moving the hearts and minds of the Supreme Court Justices toward you. I pray that anyone that is wanting to remove the words,”In God We Trust” from our currency, will continue to be stopped from doing so, or leave our country.

    1. I think In Satan We Trust should still be a potential choice then, that could also go on there. Why does everyone kiss G..s ass so much? Let switch things up to be fair. I can’t think of one thing at all wrong with In Satan we trust.

  2. Our Heavenly Father, I’m tired of the atheist attempting to kill my rights as a Christian in this nation that I’ve defended, for more than 25 years in military service. As far as I’m concerned, anyone who is unhappy, ungrateful, or un-American, in their attempt to destroy my nation…get on the next transport to what ever country will take you and leave today. Too many us who have sacrificed too much, we are tired of those who wants the rest of us to live out your miseries of life. As far as I’m concerned, you haven’t lived in one of those countries, who doesn’t allow you to express your discontent. Or haven’t put your life on the line for your fellow human being. Lord, if they are that miserable of living a Christian life or being an American, please allow them to leave immediately…with a one way ticket so never to return. Life is short and we don’t anymore moaning and groaning of life. Amen!

    1. We thank you for those who serve our nation and help with the preservation of our way of life in the United States. If “IN GOD WE TRUST” offends them, save and convert them to being a Christian, and that will solve the issue at hand. Of course, we understand it is a choice you provide each individual of whom they will serve. We hope their eyes will be opened to truth so they may live an honest life and prevail. But, reality is, satan and his minions whats us to live a miserable life so we don’t make a difference in others and make it into heaven. Lord, don’t allow a small miserable group of the defeated…reign over us who believe in You completely. Amen Lord!

    1. God and Jesus are cruel, inflexible tyrants. BOO. I can’t stand them. In God We Trust needs to be removed so it quit offending people like me, like the one sided way things work at my house.😇😇😇

  3. This reminds me of the cliche “There are no atheists in fox holes”. When we are born the grace of the Supreme God, by whatever name you call Him, has given us enough grace and faith to know there is a higher power. The adversaries work to kill, steal, and destroy. This war will soon be over on the Day of Wrath.

  4. Praise God for Supreme Court justices who choose to honor God and His faithfulness to this country, rather than to please man. God bless each one who upheld this truth statement on our currency.

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