At least, that's what Stephen Masburn at MTTU:
Egypt was a pagan nation that had never entered into covenant with Almighty God. America on the other hand is a nation that was created through a covenant with God in order to advance the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. From our Pilgrim Forefathers to the Founding Fathers of the War for Independence to our Constitutional Republic, the Law of God has always been our foundation upon which all law stems from. Through many dark times in our nation’s history our one guiding Light has been the Lord God and His Law.
It is time for the true Christians to shine forth the glorious light of Christ. We have waited too long and the price for standing for Jesus is always high but now you and I will each decide whether to pay it or suffer the consequences. God will no longer allow us to live off the freedom that others sacrificed everything to provide for us. It is we who chose to retreat into our pews when our Lord never left off leading the battle in the streets. ... Man however has decided to put its trust in federal courts rather than in God and the righteous decrees in His Law. A battle has been brewing.
On Thursday Judge Roy Moore held a press conference to declare his decision to obey his oath to God to uphold the Alabama State Constitution by invoking the favor of Almighty God despite a federal judge’s edict ordering him to cease and bow to him. A few hours later, America experienced the worst power outage in history.
Well, folks, there you have it - if you think that America has any business being a secular nation, think again. You are obligated to submit to God's law (as described and interpreted by people like Stephen Masburn, of course, not that he would admit to engaging in anything so crass as "interpretation"). If you don't and if you have any inclinations towards something like religious liberty, please submit your name and address to an organization like MTTU so that a representative can come and visit once the theocratic revolution occurs.