|Coming Christian Confrontation
Take a good look around you and youíll see a consorted effort to belittle and discredit Christians and if you donít believe it think about this.
Look at the reaction to Mel Gibsonís movie The Passion of the Christ. It has been called anti-semitic and not historically accurate. I havenít seen the movie but I think that the accuracy is probably what bothers itís detractors.
What about the non-factual and blasphemous Martin Scorcese film, The Last Temptation of Christ, which had the Son of God having sexual fantasies about Mary Magdalene. I didnít hear any of these same people raising the roof about inaccuracies.
No other religion is persecuted like Christians. Although itís a well-known fact that radical factions of Islam are sponsoring terrorism around the world. You seldom hear a disparaging word about their religion.
Cults, whose beliefs are so off the wall that no rational person could possibly believe what they embrace, are seldom if ever subjected to the ridicule and condescension Christianity is subjected to.
Well brothers and sisters we may as well get ready for it. Itís coming. Itís part of the last days scenario and I truly believe that we are living in the last days.
I believe that persecution of Christians will only get worse as
time passes. We will be treated with disdain and disrespect by the major media and liberal politicians
Should we just lie down and take it? No! No! No! Brothers and sisters itís time to get militant.
And no, for all you people who scrutinize every nuance for an excuse to accuse me of being a warmonger, I am not talking about going into the streets with guns or blowing up abortion clinics. That kind of behavior has nothing to do with Christianity.
What Iím talking about is letting our voices be heard, in public forums and voting booths.
It just really gets under skin of the secular public when the Christian coalition prints a list of candidates and where they stand on issues of interest to the Christian community.
Well stop and think about it, doesnít the church of the Lord Jesus Christ have as much right to know about a candidate and how his or her convictions will effect us as a trade union or a special interest group?
And donít write me and tell me about separation of church and state. Read The Constitution and all the federal papers for that matter. The phrase separation of church and state is not in any of them.
What is in The Constitution is a codicil, which says that the government will not pass any law concerning religion, which is meant to protect the church from the state and not the other way around.
Christians, donít go along with the crowd, sit back and say, ďWell there ainít nothing I can do about itĒ. The least you can do is pray about it.
Defend your faith, youíve read the book, you know how this comes out. No matter how many monuments of the Ten Commandments are removed from public places, no matter how many times the Christian faith is held up to ridicule, no matter how vehemently prayer in school is denied, no matter how much Jesusí spotless name is uttered in profanity, no matter how many false prophets interpret the Bible to say what they want it to, remember this.
Every knee shall bow and every tongue will confess that Jesus Christ is Lord to the glory of God The Father.
Every judge, every A.C.L.U. lawyer, every politician, every false prophet, every one who has ever taken a breath on this earth
will bow down to Jesus Christ and know and confess that the one who they have denied a place in American life is not only King of the United States and planet earth but King of the universe.
I choose to bow and confess now, and I invite you to join me.
Pray for our troops.
What do you think?
God Bless America.
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