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Ted Cruz’s Father Just Sent out a Major Warning to Christians

The First Amendment to the United States Constitution begins, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof,” and Americans throughout history have interpreted this as a guarantee of freedom of religion.

However, as WND has documented, the Obama administration has stealthily replaced the term “freedom of religion” with “freedom of worship” in official pronouncements.

Pastor Rafael Cruz, the father of GOP presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz and author of the new book, “A Time for Action: Empowering the Faithful to Reclaim America,” warns that this subtle shift in language would be devastating for America if the policy and practice come to follow the words.


“Most Christians don’t realize the danger of freedom of worship,” Cruz said during a recent appearance on “Hagee Hotline” with pastor Matthew Hagee. “Freedom of worship is not the same as freedom of religion. Every Communist country around the world has freedom of worship. What freedom of worship means is you can worship inside a house of worship.”

Cruz explained even in his native Cuba a person can share the gospel inside a church. There may be spies present to ensure no one speaks out against the government, but congregants nevertheless have the freedom to go to church and worship their God. (Read more from “Ted Cruz’s Father Just Sent out a Major Warning to Christians” HERE)

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  • Loretta

    The stealth of the left is the same deadly sting as the venom of a snake. It pours out at any given opportunity

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  • Kingdom Ambassador

    Wake up Christians, we’ve been had! To promote religious freedom is to violate the First Commandment?

    “…Religious Freedom and Christian Liberty are not the same thing. They are, in fact, hostile to each other. The former is born of the First Amendment. The latter is born of the First
    Commandment. In 1789, the First Commandment and Christian Liberty were formally sacrificed on the altar of the First Amendment and Religious Freedom.

    “When the 18th-century founders replaced the First Commandment (found intact in some 17th-century Colonial Constitutions) with the First Amendment, America was transformed from a predominantly monotheistic Christian nation (a united nation under one God) into arguably the most polytheistic nation to exist (a divided nation under many gods).

    “It’s one thing to allow for individual freedom of conscience and private choice of gods, something impossible to legislate for or against. It’s another matter altogether for government to enable any and all religions to proliferate through the land and evangelize our posterity to false gods. This is what the First Amendment legitimizes. It is an unequivocal violation of the First Commandment and the polar opposite of the following First Commandment statute:

    ‘[Y]e shall destroy their altars, break their images, and cut down their groves. For thou shall worship no other god: for Yahweh, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous God: Lest thou … go a whoring after their gods….’ (Exodus 34:13-15)….”

    For more, Google online Chapter “Amendment 1: Government-Sanctioned Polytheism” of “Bible Law vs. The United States Constitution: The Christian Perspective.”

    Then, find out how much you REALLY know about the Constitution as compared to the Bible. Take our 10-question Constitution Survey in the right-hand sidebar and receive a complimentary copy of a book that EXAMINES the Constitution by the Bible.

    • Grundune

      Are you saying that God doesn’t want us to have the choice between Christianity and other forms of worship? Are we to be forced to only choose right?

      What about “thou mayst choose for thyself”?

    • sandraleesmith46

      Yhwh God gave EACH of us free will to choose to follow His ways, or not; He didn’t give you, me , or the gov’t a right to restrict that for anyone else, which is what you keep advocating. If Yhwh God Himself won’t cross the free will choice of a human He loves more perfectly than you or I can, by what “right” do we then do so, by restricting his ability to make such a choice? Our Founders understood that. Only after the 2nd coming will that change, and not just for America, but for all humanity, around the globe. Until then, free will choice to go against Yhwh exists, and it’s not our place to restrict that for others, only to make our own choices, and share the Gospel of the Kingdom of God.

      • Kingdom Ambassador

        “He didn’t give … gov’t a right to restrict that for anyone else….”

        You’d better go consult your Bible (particularly the First Commandment and it’s prescribed civil judgment) some more, and also America’s 17th-century Christian Colonial governments that did precisely that.

        “It’s one thing to allow for individual freedom of conscience and private choice of gods, something impossible to legislate for or against. It’s another matter altogether for government to enable any and
        all religions to proliferate through the land and evangelize our posterity to false gods. This is what the First Amendment legitimizes. It is an unequivocal violation of the First Commandment and the polar
        opposite of the following First Commandment statute:

        ‘[Y]e shall destroy their altars, break their images, and cut down their groves. For thou shall worship no other god: for Yahweh, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous God: Lest thou … go a whoring after their gods….’ (Exodus 34:13-15)….”

        • sandraleesmith46

          I believe that was specific to Israel since it’s NOT reiterated in the NT; but be that as it may, our Founders did the best ANY human government has come up with in all human history, since Israel demanded a King.

          • Kingdom Ambassador

            So, you don’t believe the First Commandment is relevant under the New Covenant?

            When did finite man’s efforts become the standard for anything?

            The best!?! Let’s just compare the 18th-century Enlightenment government with the 17th-century Christian Colonial governments:

            “…Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America, 1835: ‘They [the 17th-century Colonials] exercised the rights of
            sovereignty; they named their magistrates, concluded peace or declared
            war, made police regulations, and enacted laws as if their allegiance
            was due only to God. Nothing can be more curious and, at the same time
            more instructive, than the legislation of that period; it is there that
            the solution of the great social problem which the United States now
            presents to the world is to be found [in perfect fulfillment of Deuteronomy 4:5-8, demonstrating the continuing veracity of Yahweh’s moral law and its accompanying blessings, per Deuteronomy 28:1-14, etc].

            ‘Amongst these documents we
            shall notice, as especially characteristic, the code of laws promulgated
            by the little State of Connecticut in 1650. The legislators of
            Connecticut begin with the penal laws, and … they borrow their
            provisions from the text of Holy Writ … copied verbatim from the books of Exodus, Leviticus, and
            Deuteronomy.…’23

            “America was exalted in the
            eyes of the world because of her applied righteousness, embodied in
            Yahweh’s perfect law. Since 1788, when the United States of America, as a
            nation, stopped following Yahweh’s laws and began following the laws of
            WE THE PEOPLE, our legislation has ceased providing righteous
            instruction to others. Instead, the rest of the world now holds America
            in disdain. If America hopes to regain her favored status in the eyes of
            the world, she must return to her original Constitution….”

            For more, see Chapter 3 “The Preamble :we the people vs. YAHWEH” of “Bible Law vs, the United
            States Constitution: The Christian Perspective.”

          • Grundune

            Please allow me to translate Weiland. He has developed a unique jargon to enable him manipulate the argument.

            Weiland is accusing you, sandraleesmith46, of making God’s commandments irrelevant because you see the value of the U.S. Constitution. He calls the U.S. Constitution the “New Covenant” and tries to make the case that it was intended to replace the Bible.

            Weiland knows full well that the Bible contains God’s covenant with man. It is a divine covenant, that if man will keep his part by obeying all of God’s commandments, God will keep His part and give man eternal life. As part of His covenant, God provided a Savior, Christ the Lord, His only begotten Son, who atoned for our sins and made repentance possible. Through repentance, we can become clean again and receive eternal life.

            The U.S. Constitution, or as Weiland labels it, the “New Covenant” is quite a different agreement. It was written by men and ratified by men to establish a representative government of men on the earth to administer laws passed by men to regulate the activities of men with the objective of creating a civil society.

            By labeling the U.S. Constitution, the “New Covenant”, he hopes to persuade you to believe that it was designed to replace God’s covenant with man, the Bible.

            He persists in this deception even though a casual analysis easily reveals the difference between a divine covenant and a temporal contract. There is no way the framers of the U.S. Constitution were conspiring to supersede the Bible.

            There is no way that Weiland can show from the scriptures that God wants the U.S. Constitution abolished and he, Ted R. Weiland, has been appointed by God to lead the charge.

            The whole Weiland effort is deceptive nonsense.

          • sandraleesmith46

            That’s NOT what I said; and I’m not going to debate this with you again, Ted; we went down this road years ago. Christians came here as colonists, but the NWO were the ones in charge from the get-go and they were who framed the Constitution.

  • sandraleesmith46

    “Freedom of worship” isn’t even that in truth, since you still only “free” to worship whatever the repressive regime says you can worsip in that restricted space. That’s NOT what my ancestors fought and served to create and preserve, not what my sister and I served to preserve, and NOT some usurping illegal alien has a right to alter! Our God (not gov’t) given right is to worship Him freely and openly in EVERY area and aspect of our lives, including our businesses, and to NOT have gov’t interference in so doing!