Sundays and CHRISTmas

If you know of a government worker who is off on Christmas or Sundays, remind him or her it is because of the “Sundays excepted” clause-Article I, Section 7 of the U.S. Constitution. The “Sundays excepted” clause represents the “Christian Sabbath” and recognizes Christian holidays as part of the common law in the U.S. Constitution.

Many want to tout the U.S. Constitution as a Godless document.  Quite the contrary, this clause is just one example of the many benefits Americans enjoy because of the Godly heritage of this country.  Our Representatives and government workers will be faced with working 7 days per week with no time off during Christian holidays if they don’t begin to stand and defend our Godly heritage.

More importantly, “WE THE PEOPLE” who are believers, should stand and protect the religious freedoms our Constitution provides, especially during this CHRISTmas season! As you gather with friends and relatives, remind them of our Godly heritage.

I felt it appropriate to re-post my letter from the Naples Daily News, May 18, 2014 – see below.

Merry CHRISTmas!  – Tom and Carol Hughes

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