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Christian Rebuttal to President Obama’s Speech

This is a Christian rebuttal to President Barack Obama’s speech to the American people from the Oval Office on Sunday night. Mr. President we know what you’re doing. Yes, the one true God of the universe is not blind to your deception. He is not unaware of your ambition to stamp out Christianity as the only path to God the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. You stated that no matter “what religion you practice, you are equal in the eyes of God and equal in the eyes of the law.” Mr. Obama you are following a very dangerous path by speaking such lies about God. In fact, your words are very similar to those of the Beast who comes in the last days where it, “was given unto him a mouth speaking great things and blasphemies.” (See Revelation 13:5). To make all religions equal in the eyes of God calls Jesus Christ, the divine Son of God a liar. Yes, Mr. Obama to speak above what God has stated in His Anointed Word elevates you to a position of authority not granted to humanity. To reinterpret the clear teachings of Christ concerning the only path to salvation offered to humanity is clearly blasphemy of the first order. To make God the God of all religions including Islam must be rejected not only on biblical grounds but in good conscious. It is a fearful thing to fall into hands of an angry God who will bring about a just punishment to all those who malign the Name of God. Continue reading Christian Rebuttal to President Obama’s Speech

The Last Crusade – Islam or Christianity

The three great religions believe in the God of Abraham and His selection of the Jewish people to make His name known among the world. The divergence of their faiths depends exclusively upon the messenger, messengers, or lack of a messenger or more correctly stated the true Messiah. When Jesus Christ proclaimed Himself as the true messenger sent by God to be both Messiah and the Son of God, the Jews almost immediately rejected His claims and refused His message. However, His disciples were able to see, really see the compassionate, loving heart of God. For the first time they saw God as a Father of mercy who deeply cares for His children by promising them a new life through His beloved Son. No longer would humanity be held in the bondage of sin and continuous temptation of the Devil. What a tremendous joy to follow Christ and experience a peace that defies understanding. What a tremendous change from the Old Covenant where people were enslaved to the letter of the law compounded by the thousands of additional restrictions placed upon them by their religious leaders.

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