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Christian Attitude and the demise of America

May 23, 2016

Good morning folks! I’m sure many are aware that a lot of Christians will sit at home during the general election in November. They’ll sit home and read their Bibles, maybe pray for a while, listen to Dr. David Jeremiah and then pat each other on the back because of the stand they made for Christ. They believe they will be doing the devil’s work if they vote for Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton. They’re writing extraordinarily long self-proclamations of devotions to Christ. These are the same actions which has made America vile in their eyes.

Many of these Christians refer back to the founders of America and how they used Biblical principles to establish the Constitution and the nation. Good points all. May I interject something here? If the founders of the United States loved and cared so much for this nation, why is it so filthy in the eyes of the modern day Christian? Their complacency has  been then main factor in America’s demise. America isn’t worth fighting for to some Christians. We don’t have a godly enough candidate, one who measures up to what the Bible defines as a follower of Christ and His principles only, so forget about it, we’ll just let America and her evil people reap the whirlwind. “We’re saved and learning His word, so it’s okay for us!”

They don’t seem to understand that politics and politicians directly affect their freedom to worship and pursue their godly lives.

Makes me wonder if anything is worth fighting for to those folks.

A little at a time. Christians being insouciant while the anti-God, anti-America folks plug away at our freedoms and moral principles until it’s too late. I’m disgusted with the attitude of some Christians. Again, I’ll say, but more bluntly, it’s the in-action and complacency of the Christian community throughout the decades which has given us the America we’re seeing today. If they think they won’t reap a little for this I believe they are wrong … IMHO. There’s no point going any farther in this rant. I’ve said my piece to those of whom I’m referring to. Like a blank wall which gets thicker all the time.


Well, Obama and company have put out some commands for schools, colleges and the folks who run them …

Via: Ben Johnson

The most dangerous, and underreported, part of Obama’s transgender edict

May 20, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – For all the justifiable press coverage of Barack Obama’s federal guidance on transgender students in the public schools, its most dangerous provision has largely gone unnoticed – and it has nothing to do with bathrooms.

The most outrageous provision of his transgender bathroom order does not even involve locker rooms, where teenagers of the opposite sex will change and shower next to one another.

The most offensive part of the new policy is that, under the Obama administration’s federal guidance:

  • School districts must allow biological males and females to spend the night together in the same hotel room on field trips;
  • Colleges must let men who say they are transgender be roommates with one or more women; and
  • School officials cannot even tell those young women or their parents in advance that their new roommate is a man, without risking a federal lawsuit.

The plain wording of the Obama administration’s diktat is clear enough, yet it has not been reported, even by conservative news outlets.





4 Comments leave one →
  1. May 23, 2016 12:34 pm

    I wouldn’t worry about “people like me” Steve. There are far more Christians who believe as you do and will vote for Trump. There are also a lot of people – of all types- that will vote for Trump. Heck – there are even Bernie Sanders voters ( mostly young) who admit that if HilLIARy gets the dem nomination – they will vote for Trump.

    There was a Sanders rally at my (now adult) children’s former HS here in CA. The news reported that 5,000 people showed up! And, this area used to be mostly conservative!

    When you have time, you should watch the video in my post ” Has the Lord chosen Mr. Trump to bring America back from the brink of destruction?”

    You will probably like the video, but dislike the blog article link and arguments.

    I will say this. If Trump gets in, I hope that you are right about supporting him and I am wrong.


    • May 23, 2016 1:01 pm

      Christine, the only thing I’m worried about is America right now. And anyone who can help the country I love and Christians along with unbelievers have fought and died for, in any way is good enough for me right now. IF we can get even one conservative Supreme Court justice out of Trump I’ll feel like we’ve made progress. I know we won’t get even that from Hillary.
      But I could easily put forth my own Christian attitude … “I know who’s in charge and who’s in control. There’s prophecy and the signs of the end times. I’ll just sit back and wait for my soon coming King!”
      Sorry. I’m not wired that way. I’ll continue to give it my all, even if it means getting a little at a time. No, Donald Trump isn’t a “savior,” I just happen to know who that is, believe it or not.

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  2. May 23, 2016 6:24 pm

    Jesus is my Savior, I shall not be moved …. In His Loving Favor, I shall not be moved … Just like a tree standing by the waters … I shall not be moved. (He’s got the whole world in His hands …)

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