In these difficult times for America when so much evil abounds – and where more and more people “call evil good and good evil” (as the Bible puts it) – WND has launched a new national billboard campaign featuring the Ten Commandments to help awaken believers and non-believers alike to the wickedness and corruption that abound in our great country.
The problem is acute, but not just because there are so many atheists, agnostics, non-believers, cults, ideological crazies and sociopathic elites in America. The more fundamental problem America has is with those who call themselves Christian believers, yet who act no differently than the worldliest individuals on the planet. You can call these people false converts, or backsliders, or pretenders, or undiscipled nominal believers. But what they all have in common is that they are not living in obedience to God. They are not even trying to follow the most basic moral law, as Jesus and the biblical prophets all instructed.
This will be a hard campaign for WND to wage alone. We conducted a successful Ten Commandments billboard campaign 10 years ago, but since then we have been “canceled,” attacked, mocked, lied about, suppressed, demonetized and blacklisted by Big Tech and other entities, threatened with extinction because we try to follow God’s ways as a Christian news source. Nevertheless, we are now stepping out in faith in the One True God to ask for donations to the make His Commandments – not His suggestions – more widely known and thought about during this time of dire need. God’s Ten Commandments are, after all, the glue that holds Western Civilization together.
With that in mind, we plan – with the help of like-minded and like-spirited partners – to erect Ten Commandments billboards, hopefully a great many of them, around the country in a move that is sure to annoy the ascendent godless Left in all its forms.
The goal is two-fold: to prick the consciences of believers and non-believers alike, and to confront Americans with the basis of all their laws, as handed down by God at Mount Sinai, in hopes they will repent of their sins and turn back to their Creator.
America has never needed a campaign like this as badly as it does right now.
The Ten Commandments have been banished from America’s public schools. They've been banished from her courtrooms and law schools. They've even been banished from some of the nation’s churches and synagogues. And look what has become of America in their absence.
It's time to roll them out again – on highways and byways, in big cities and small towns, so that no one is without excuse as to the moral code God has given His children, and to bring this nation to repentance and, hopefully, to genuine revival and renewal.
The hour is late. Can you give as little as $25 to this cause, which should appeal to all Christians and Jews, all worshipers of the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, to erect the messages on public billboards from coast to coast? If you are able to give more, even much more, that would be wonderful and would ensure our success.
America desperately needs a reminder of Who guides the universe and the affairs of men and what He requires of His children. Americans need awareness of their sins before they can repent of them. And until that happens, America's fate has been cast to the wind. America needs the Ten Commandments – they need to be seen dramatically and boldly throughout this country.
II Chronicles 7:14 says, “If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.”
But if Americans don't understand their sin, which is defined by the Ten Commandments, how can they turn from their wicked ways? And how will God hear them and heal their land?
Please respond today by prayerfully contributing to this campaign to help spark real spiritual revival in what has long been the greatest nation on earth. Thank you.
If you'd like to learn how to sponsor a Ten Commandments billboard in your community, or to offer feedback to WND about the Ten Commandments Billboard Campaign, please email email@example.com.