Actor Kirk Cameron says he is launching his own 100-day plan for America in response to President Joe Biden’s plans for his first 100 days in office.
"Rather than waiting for someone else's 100-day plan to unfold and bite our nails to see what's going to happen, let's get on the offense and roll out our own 100-day plan,” he said on “American Campfire Revival,” a daily prayer he hosts live on his social media page.
In a recent post on day four of 100 for “American Campfire Revival,” Cameron talked about how many times experts have tried to “twist and pervert the true history of this Godly nation.”
"People will want to talk about how America was really nothing but a collection of deists and rich people and prison convicts and religious outcasts and adventurers and opportunists, who simply came over stole land from other people, used slaves to clear forests purely for their own gain and then just stumbled across the natural resources of the land, and that is how America became great. Well, that's not true, not true at all,” he said.
To understand the “priceless legacy” of America, Cameron said, we have to look to our history.
“We see in the New Testament and the Epistles, that the people of Israel were told to remember what God had done for them, remember how you’ve fallen away and forgotten your covenant with God, and that’s why you don’t have his blessings,” he said.
“I think America today has forgotten what God has done for our nation,” he added. “When is the last time you and I thanked God for delivering us out of 2,500 years of totalitarian domination by the idea of the divine right of kings?”
Cameron said he hoped Americans could “thank God for what he has done to bring our nation into being.”
In December, Cameron made headlines for defying California’s stay at home order when he hosted “peaceful protest” events. Just before Christmas, he also hosted two caroling events that drew large crowds.
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