NM Governor: Mask Mandate Will Be Enforced and New Restrictions on Anyone Coming Into NM From Out of State

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From Adrian Rogers…..

DEVOTIONAL THOUGHT

Edmund Burke wrote, “All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.” When it comes to the political scene and government, some have dropped out altogether. They have the idea that if you get involved in government, somehow that’s the “social gospel.” So they’ve just dropped out and hunkered down, trying to “hold on till Jesus gets here.” Some have been intimidated by the great debate between church and state.

We can’t drop out. It’s impossible to think that God would have ordained government and told His people to stay out. Who else does that leave to run things?

Others with misguided zeal have tried to bring in the kingdom of God by political machinations. That cannot be done either. So where do we get the answers?

  • Not from the politician who may have his personal ax to grind
  • Not from the ungodly and the humanists who don’t believe the Word of God
  • Not from finger-bumping philosophers who don’t know the Word of God.

The only place we’re going to get the answers is from the Word of God

ACTION POINT

What must we do as the Church? We must continue to pray. Pray for our President and pray for our nation, because we are in a crisis. I am calling you to set your face in prayer. I am calling you, dear friend, to see who God is. I am calling you to pray for the glory of God.

We must prayer for Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham.

The Governor put the hammer down yesterday Gov: Mask mandate will be enforced

I think we are in for more of a rough, rough ride here in New Mexico from many different directions like this……..You think it’s rough now…….look at that cash grab……..

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FGGAM MEDIA CENTER received this news release from the NM GOP HOUSE:

Governor’s $150 million cash grab will hurt local governments

Artesia, NM – At the start of New Mexico’s fiscal year, Governor Lujan Grisham vetoed $150 million of federal CARES Act funding for local municipalities. The veto was one of many that the executive made to House Bill 1, the legislature’s emergency solvency measure to counteract the Governor’s 20% spending increase in her first two years in office.

The CARES Act funding was intended to support local municipalities affected by Governor Lujan Grisham’s forced economic shutdown. New Mexico businesses have experienced tremendous turmoil during the forced closure, with many closing their doors permanently. Municipalities rely on New Mexico’s local business revenues to operate and provide essential services to their communities. With the daily count of shuttered businesses growing every day, local governments will be forced to find new revenue streams to provide essential services which could lead to higher taxes on struggling New Mexicans. The Governor’s veto of funds is an extraordinary usurping of legislative fiscal authority and sets the stage for the administration to continue picking winners and losers in the state’s economy.

“This is sad day for local governments across our state. Governor Lujan Grisham has attempted to usurp the legislative body over the past two years, but I never thought she would outright swipe control from our local governments,” said House Republican Leader Jim Townsend. “I certainly hope that for the sake of these struggling communities the Governor commits to ultimately providing CARES Act funds to these local governments in a fair and equitable way.”

From Yesterday:

Horrible! Where do you draw the line on this shutdown???? It is costing many people their livelihoods! I am all about safety and saving lives! But there has got to be a better balance in this whole mess! Last week ‘The Range Cage’ closed on Menual! It is like the people in New Mexico are getting it from all sides from this shutdown. Some will never recover. I had prayed Governor Lujan Grisham would meet with the GOP on this shutdown, but it was the Lujan Grisham and Egolf road show during the Special Session. Call on God people! I have called the Governors office, no return call from her or an assistant even thou I WAS PROMISED A CALL BACK!
The people of New Mexico are being held hostage.
When I was in Mogollon, NM, photos at top, on Sunday after preaching at FBC in Glenwood, we went all the up the mountain to Mogollon, some call it a ghost town, but there are people living there…….the Governor has the Mogollon Museum locked down! IN A GHOST TOWN!!!!!!!!!!!!! My goodness, its what? 7 miles??? up the mountain on a one lane very bumpy road!!! Catron County has had two cases of COVID-19 in all this time and the County is still on the same restrictions of the counties that have many cases! This gives me a headache!!!!! Sometimes when I am doing the news now I just cannot believe some of the things I am reporting on!!!!!!I want to add that I had such a wonderful time in Mogollon, such a beautiful village and the scenery is AWE OF GOD!!! SO MUCH HISTORY!!! My freind Gale and his lovely wife Kathryn and granddaughter Carley too me up there and we had luch and Galew shared so much history of the area with me! Mogollon has a Fire Dept. with one member!

Historic Garcia’s Kitchen Downtown Albuquerque Closing!

It is with a heavy heart that we announce we will be closing our beloved first location at 4th & Mountain Rd. Sunday, July 5, will be the last day to dine. Do you have a favorite memory from 4th and Mountain.

More Here

Range Cafe Closes

House GOP Leader Jim Townsend issued the following statement today regarding the Governor signing HB1 at the close of business, the day before the budget year begins.
 
“It’s the Governor’s overspending that’s left us in a financially vulnerable position. Thousands of New Mexicans are out of work yet Hollywood and Santa Fe bureaucrats are still getting paid. The Governor is social distancing from reality. – House Republican Leader Jim Townsend, Artesia

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