There Is Hope Within The United States!

The “faith once given to the saints” has been subjected to much compromise to fit the convenience of some individuals. Faithful people are therefore constantly challenged by the proponents of such compromise. Those who abide by Scripture and Tradition are not necessarily conservatives; They are merely faithful. Those who abdicate from Scripture and Tradition are apostates. The faithful are being punished for their stand by the apostates.
Recently, in Connecticut, Bishop Andrew Smith of ECUSA threatened to punish six of his priests who followed the dictates of their conscience and opposed their Bishop’s support of Gene Robinson. The vestry of one of these faithful churches in Connecticut put forth a powerful letter to Bishop Smith, denying him permission to meet with their pastor in private. This voicing of moral convinction in unison was an expression of the power of the people. Pat Robertson, in his show last night on CBN, commented that these priests and their congregation just need to leave this apostate church and move on to join the Anglican Communion.
Such faithful ministers of God and their faithful people need not look to Africa for apostolic oversight. There is hope within United States. There is The United Episcopal Church of North America (UECNA), which rejected ECUSA’s slippery slope from the very start, 30 years ago. UECNA continues to be faithful to the faith and morals codified in the Scriptures and Apostolic Tradition. The 1928 Book of Common Prayer is what we use in worship, adhering to theology, liturgy and all the great time honored values they encompass. UECNA is biblically sound, sacramentally orthodox and apostolically valid. We will continue serving the Lord until His Second Coming.
If your ECUSA church is struggling against tremendous odds to remain true to the traditional values of your beloved Anglican faith. There is hope within the United States!
May His blessings be with you as you stand up for the truth. The truth will set you free!

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