Not too long ago, Judge Roy Moore displayed a set of the Ten Commandments at an Alabama courthouse. Almost immediately, the entire country knew about it. He was criticized by liberals and even sued by the ACLU. Judge Moore told the Montgomery Advertiser his reason for displaying them was because he wanted to establish the moral foundation of our law. Based upon the stand Judge Moore took, we salute him!
As we all know the United States of America was founded upon Judeo-Christian principles and it seems that our country is steadily moving away from these principles. Freedom of religion is under attack from every side. Prayer was removed from public schools in 1962. "One nation under God" has become a controversial part of the Pledge of Allegiance. Some states have even edited the speeches of valedictorians so that words like "Jesus" and "prayer" are completely removed with no regard to the author's freedom of expression.
Our country's tolerance of different faiths seems to increase while the beliefs of the Judeo-Christian faith are under attack. While the foundations of the United States are changing, there remains a group of individuals who hold true to fundamental Christian beliefs. Could it be that Americans need a reminder of the basics of God's Law? The Ten Commandments are at the core of God's Law handed down to Moses on Mount Sinai.
If you would like to let others know where you stand we are offering Ten Commandment tablets in two sizes. What better way to show your faith in God and His moral law than to display the Ten Commandments? Hundreds of individuals, businesses and churches display our tablets letting their communities know their stance regarding God's Law. Please take a look at our tablets to and let us know if you have any questions. Shipping is free of charge for all small sets and installation of larger sets may be free, based on your location.