Archive for April, 2010
In celebration of The National Day of Prayer, the pentagon invited Evangelist Franklin Graham to speak at an event.
But on Thursday the Army informed the public that he would no longer be allowed to speak at the event, because of a remark that he made 9 years ago.
What kind of remark, do you suppose, could prevent a Godly man from preaching at a prayer event? Especially after all these years?
He said that Islam was evil.
That’s it. That’s all he said. No death threats, no racist comments, no terrorist talk. He called a religion, that flew planes into the twin towers, evil. And that got him kicked out of the pentagon.
We are at WAR with Islam, and we can’t even throw a verbal attack at it. The army is using a LOT more than sticks and stones against them, killing many, and we are told “shh” when we use words.
Col. Tom Collins was the spokesmen who stated “Our message to our service and civilian work force is about the need for diversity and appreciation of all faiths.”
So, in other words, accept them as you blow them up.
If this country were half Muslim and half Christian, there would be instant civil war. And the Christians would not be the ones to start it. And I have proof! At this very moment there are Christians living in foreign countries like Iraq and Afghanistan. They are the ones being persecuted, not the Muslims.
If this country were half Atheist and half Muslim, we would still have war. Anybody who is not Muslim is to be killed in Jihad.
And this is not radical Islam, mind you. This is deeply embedded in their faith. I dare you to peak at the Koran, and you will see what I am talking about.
Oh, how this upsets me. They can’t just be anti-Christian anymore. They have to be hypocritical too. We can’t pray in school but they can kill Americans.
If you don’t believe Islam is evil, read this: http://www.nationpains.com/blog/?p=232
P.S I guess this means I’ll never speak at the Pentagon. Can’t say that I’m upset.
This is a hilarious video that I enjoyed very much.
The opening and ending are a little random, but everything else is worth watching!
And I forgot to mention earlier, I found this video reading from Living Journey.
Okay, my last post wasn’t very clear. I’m gonna have to re-write it just as soon as it isn’t 11:00 at night.
I guess it’s a lot easier to write about something you dislike or hate than it is to write about something you do like. It’s like explaining why you hate vanilla ice-cream compared to explaining why you like Blue Moon ice-cream.
And I still haven’t responded to Albert yet. Sorry dude. The 11:00 thing is keeping me from that right now.
My family is leaving at 7:00 in the morning to go work on our new home. Our house sold a few weeks ago, and we’ve been busy getting the place at our grandmas ready to move in. So a bunch of guys from the youth-group will be getting up at an un-natural time to help us out.
I’m sure you don’t want to hear a bunch of random nonsense from a random guy who lives a random life.
So here is a video that I found refreshing.
God bless, and please forgive my grumpiness,
Okay, that may be an overstatement. But not a big one.
It’s not because Jesus was resurrected. Because that is my very reason for living.
It’s not because of the sinners who come in, looking for something different. Because I may be the one they need to talk to.
But the people who every Easter decide to play a game called “church” anger me. They come every year en mass and disappear as many times as that. Never changing, never repenting.
I hate that.
But apparently other Churches don’t. For example: Bay Area Fellowship of Corpus Christi.
You’d think they have enough members on Easter as it is, but they don’t think so. They are offering over $1,000,000 in door prizes for those who come on Easter. Prizes range from HDTVs to brand new cars. They are handing out 1,500 goodie bags worth $300 each.
Spend half a second thinking about this question: why would people go to a service like this?
A: The door prizes?
B: Jesus Christ?
C: The door prizes?
or D: The door prizes?
And which would change their life more, a brand new HDTV or the sermon? Who could possibly pay attention during a service like that?
How could the Holy Spirit have elbow room when there are Televisions and Bicycles competing for the peoples affection?
Every year they become more and more luke-warm to the things of God. And what’s worse is that their teaching their children that it’s okay.
If I had any less patience with them, I’d chase them away with sticks before letting them think it’s okay to pay a social call to God. I’d make it very clear their not fit for the church, and that they are the hands of an angry God.
This is stupidity.