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
For two thousand years Christians have faced that agonizing question that has divided brothers, Christians Orders, and whole denominations. We are faced with that question today in America. With the recent jailing of Kim Davis, a County Clerk and fellow sister, in the State of Kentucky for her refusal to issue a marriage license to homosexual couples, it has become a burning question. Should Christians fight back? With the coming New World Order, the revealing of the False Prophet, the Antichrist, and the real possibility of martial law, it has become a burning question. Should Christians fight back? With the real possibility of our government confiscating all guns from its citizens, it has become a burning question. Should Christians fight back? The simple and most direct answer to this question is yes, we should fight back, but how is the larger question; “Is there ever a time that we could be justified to use the weapons of this world?” Continue reading Should Christian Fight Back?
They say that foreign policy is written for the best interest of the country writing it. However, when one looks out on the world stage one must seriously question if that interest is for all the people or just for a select few who have been empowered to write the policy. How is it in the national interest of all of our people that we should arm rebel groups fighting against their elected officials in their respective countries? How is it in our national interest to send money, some call it blood money, to countries for seemingly humanitarian purposes to have that money enrich its leaders to live in luxury and its military to purchase weapons on the open market? How is it in our national interest to gamble the possibility of having those same rebels who received weapons, training, and money to turn against their own people because of their religious believes or give them the ability to invade another sovereign nation? I am here to say with the loudest voice that I can muster, screaming from the rooftop that it is not in our national interest and must have been written by corrupt politicians. Let’s look at the specifics. Continue reading Corrupt Foreign Policy – (Gaza, Syria, Iraq, and Israel)