Archive for the ‘False Prophets’ Category
thefloridianguy: Sorry to put such wording up on the title folks, but this goes beyond insanity, because as I explain in the Islam is Not A Religion video God is SPIRITUAL not a physical god. There shall be no other God’s before me God mentions to the
Please refer to this to be shown this is IDOL WORSHIP: http://bibleresources.bible.com/keywordsearchresults.php?keyword=asherah&multiplemethod=all&version1=49&numpageresults=25&sortorder=bookorder
Wiki Link to Asherah: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asherah
thefloridianguy: I completely agree but to do anything we need to have Ron Paul start bringing down the Federal Reserve, only then will there be any chance at all for us to stop feeding the bull charging us. Everyone has to read this article, it is what all of us face…
thefloridianguy: I’m not putting the author of this article as a false prophet but the supposed preacher he is talking about.
thefloridianguy: Just remember that Islam is the one going straight to hell and first in line, then will come atheist, and all other false religions.
theflordianguy: This plots out all the Islamic centers in the entire US on the US map. Very intriguing that the Muslims are this bold. The map also shows what a complete tragedy this country has become, letting a non-religion such as Islam into our country, and now they have but all taken over with their prophet Obama at the White House.
thefloridianguy: As I’ve always feared, that the liberal left has infiltrated large christian churches and organizations and is building support for the Beast in the Bible, and this is just another example of how far things have went downhill. If any churches support George Soros and his Open Society are are getting money from him, stop right now and start repenting, because it will be your churches that are going to be supporting the anti-Christ when he comes. I am warning everyone that the Beast is preparing the stage to be set for the anti-Christ and don’t let your congregation or yourself be sucked into the Beast system.
I want to add that this person on prisonplanet.com that commented to the article is 100% right:
August 22nd, 2010 at 5:37 am
In 1971 a real “pastor” told me that there were over 30 thousand communist preachers behind the pulpits of churches in the USA. IS it any wonder that “the great falling away from the church” ( described in the Bible) is where it is at today? No. People want and need “truth” not the leftist anti God “horseshiit” that is and has been spewed from these pulpits. That is one reason there are “Godless” heathens today, the other is that too many put their faith in the so called “preacher” rather than in “Gods” word of truth. There it is. Now we see who is behind this deceit, this lie, this falsehood and this turning away from truth. I posted facts about Soros and his Satatnic plans about a week ago. It is not important that the satinists are doing this (everyone should already be aware) except to know “who” they are. It is absolutely important to be aware of their plan behind this deception. Mathew Ch: 24 Jesus said “Take heed that no man deceive you” . If anyone is deceived then it is “Game over” for those that believe in lies. Our government is run by liars, thieves and bastards that words do not begin to even describe. ” As for me and my house, we shall serve the Lord”. May God damn these bastards for turning the hearts of men over to the satanist religions that exsit.
“Woe unto he that leads my sheep astray” . So be it. May God bless the rest.
thefloridianguy: All I can say is these preachers are traitors and disobeying the Constitution which was God inspired. DON’T LISTEN TO THESE PASTORS PEOPLE. We have to stop Amnesty because none of us have the money to support it.
‘I am a Republican … If he’s right on this issue, I will support him’
Lance Murphey for The New York Times
At a time when the prospects for immigration overhaul seem most dim, supporters have unleashed a secret weapon: a group of influential evangelical Christian leaders.
Normally on the opposite side of political issues backed by the Obama White House, these leaders are aligning with the president to support an overhaul that would include some path to legalization for illegal immigrants already here.
They are preaching from pulpits, conducting conference calls with pastors and testifying in Washington — as they did last Wednesday.
“I am a Christian and I am a conservative and I am a Republican, in that order,” said Matthew D. Staver, founder and chairman of Liberty Counsel, a conservative religious law firm. “There is very little I agree with regarding President Barack Obama. On the other hand, I’m not going to let politicized rhetoric or party affiliation trump my values, and if he’s right on this issue, I will support him on this issue.”
When President Obama gave a major address pushing immigration overhaul this month, he was introduced by a prominent evangelical, the Rev. Bill Hybels of Willow Creek Community Church in Illinois. Three other evangelical pastors were in the audience, front and center.
Their presence was a testament, in part, to the work of politically active Hispanic evangelical pastors, who have forged friendships with non-Hispanic pastors in recent years while working in coalitions to oppose abortion and same-sex marriage.
The Hispanics made a concerted effort to convince their brethren that immigration reform should be a moral and practical priority.
Hispanic storefront churches are popping up in strip malls, and Spanish-speaking congregations are renting space in other churches. Some pastors, like Mr. Hybels, lead churches that include growing numbers of Hispanics. Several evangelical leaders said they were convinced that Hispanics are the key to growth not only for the evangelical movement, but also for the social conservative movement.
“Hispanics are religious, family-oriented, pro-life, entrepreneurial,” said the Rev. Richard D. Land, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, the Southern Baptist Convention’s public policy arm. “They are hard-wired social conservatives, unless they’re driven away.
“I’ve had some older conservative leaders say: ‘Richard, stop this. You’re going to split the conservative coalition,’” Dr. Land continued. “I say it might split the old conservative coalition, but it won’t split the new one. And if the new one is going to be a governing coalition, it’s going to have to have a lot of Hispanics in it. And you don’t get a lot of Hispanics in your coalition by engaging in anti-Hispanic anti-immigration rhetoric.”
Congress is unlikely to pass an immigration law this year. Republicans and Democrats who face re-election in November are skittish about the issue, given the broad public support for Arizona’s new law aiming to crack down on illegal immigration.
The support of evangelical leaders is not yet enough to change the equation. But they could mobilize a potentially large constituency of religious conservatives, an important part of the Republican base better known for lobbying against abortion and same-sex marriage.
They already threaten the party’s near unity on immigration.
“These cross-cutting clusters are just splinter groups, so far,” said Larry J. Sabato, director of the Center for Politics at the University of Virginia. “Support for the Arizona law is so strong within the G.O.P. that it will be difficult for the comprehensive-immigration-reform evangelicals to have much short-term impact.”
But some evangelical leaders said their latest strategy was to push a handful of lame-duck Republicans to join Democrats — probably after the midterms — to pass an immigration bill on the ground that it is morally right.
Although other religious leaders have long favored immigration overhaul — including Roman Catholics, mainline Protestants, Jews and Muslims — the evangelicals are crucial because they have the relationships and the pull with Republicans.
“My message to Republican leaders,” said the Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, the president of the evangelical National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference and one of the leaders who engaged his non-Hispanic peers, “is if you’re anti-immigration reform, you’re anti-Latino, and if you’re anti-Latino, you are anti-Christian church in America, and you are anti-evangelical.”
About 70 percent of Hispanics in the United States are Catholic, but some 15 percent are evangelicals, and they are far more likely than the Catholics to identify themselves as conservative and Republican.
Evangelicals at the grass-roots level are divided on immigration, just as the nation is. But among the leaders, recent interviews suggest that those in favor of an immigration overhaul are far more vocal and more organized than those who oppose it.
Each side draws on Scripture for support. Those who oppose comprehensive immigration overhaul cite Romans 13, which says to submit to the government’s laws. Supporters cite Leviticus 19: treat the stranger as you would yourself.
Both sides agree that security at the nation’s borders needs to be strengthened. The biggest point of contention is what to do about the estimated 12 million illegal immigrants in the country.
Advocates of a comprehensive new immigration law want to establish a path to citizenship that would allow illegal immigrants to register with the government, pay a fine, undergo a background check, prove they can speak English and only then get in line to apply for permanent legal residency. Those not interested in permanent residency could become legal temporary workers.
Opponents call this approach amnesty. “I think there’s a need to reform the system, but I don’t support amnesty,” said Jay Sekulow, chief counsel for the American Center for Law and Justice, a conservative public interest law firm that plans to file an amicus brief in support of Arizona’s immigration law.
Bryan Fischer, director of issue analysis for the American Family Association, a national conservative Christian organization in Tupelo, Miss., said, “What my evangelical friends are arguing is that illegal aliens should essentially be rewarded for breaking the law.
“I think it’s extremely problematic from a Judeo-Christian standpoint to grant citizenship to people whose first act on American soil was to break an American law,” said Mr. Fischer, who hosts a daily radio show on which immigration is a frequent topic.
Taking the lead for immigration overhaul is the National Association of Evangelicals, an umbrella group that represents more than 40 denominations.
Last year the association passed a resolution calling for comprehensive immigration overhaul, and this year reform is one of its top three policy priorities, along with reducing abortions and studying the impact of climate change on the poor.
The association’s president, the Rev. Leith Anderson, was in the front row for Mr. Obama’s address, along with Dr. Land and Mr. Rodriguez.
One of the more recent converts to overhaul is Mr. Staver. He said that deporting illegal immigrants violated the biblical imperative to welcome the stranger. “We’re going to break up families,” Mr. Staver said, “and I don’t see how you could claim to be pro-family and condone the separation of families.”
(To which Mr. Fischer responded, “We don’t want to break up families, so let’s help them all return to their country of origin.”)
Mr. Staver was one of six evangelical leaders, including two prominent black evangelicals, who issued a statement last month advocating a comprehensive new law.
One, J. Kenneth Blackwell, a Republican candidate for Ohio governor in 2006 and now a senior fellow at the Family Research Council, a conservative Christian group, said he expected more evangelical leaders to come on board.
But Mr. Blackwell said the whole effort could implode if the final legislation extended family reunification provisions to same-sex couples where one spouse did not have legal status. For evangelicals, he said, “That would be a deal-breaker.”
Copyright © 2010 The New York Times
I’m posting this as proof that our presidents and influential “so called” Christian leaders are not really who they say they are but are merely false prophets pretending to be Christians. I wish I knew about these years ago so I would never have voted for George W. Bush. I hope those of you reading this see these people for who they really are and don’t keep endorsing them.
Some people that shouldn’t be teaching the Bible and why they shouldn’t:
Pat Robertson Calls God A Liar:
Oprah: Jesus Did Not Come To Die On The Cross:
George W Bush: Jesus Is Not The Only Way:
Billy Graham Denies Jesus Christ:
Oprah Denies Christ:
Joel Ostein Says Jesus is Not The Only Way:
Catholics Do Not Believe Jesus is The Only Way:
Hagee Says Jesus Not the Messiah: