Thursday, July 2, 2015

Independence Day, Flags, and Rainbows

Romans 2:4-5:  Or despisest thou the riches of his goodness and forbearance and longsuffering; not knowing that the goodness of God leadeth thee to repentance? But after thy hardness and impenitent heart treasurest up unto thyself wrath against the day of wrath and revelation of the righteous judgment of God; 

To help us appreciate the Sacred nature of America's birth, and the way in which the celebration of her birth was to be commemorated in a Christian society, I offer the words of Founding Father John Adams (emphasis mine):

The Second Day of July 1776, will be the most memorable Epoch, in the History of America. I am apt to believe that it will be celebrated, by succeeding Generations, as the great anniversary Festival. It ought to be commemorated, as the Day of Deliverance by solemn Acts of Devotion to God Almighty (

This independence Day, July 4, 2015, will be the first in which mourning rather than celebration is the appropriate behavior, as we remember an America that once was, but now is deceased.  Oh, there will be celebrations all right, but many of the celebrants will be committing acts of devotion to Bacchus, not God Almighty.  America has rejected God's blessings, and now stokes the fires of His Rage. We are but one or two steps from retiring the Stars and Stripes and raising the Rainbow Flag in its place.  

The funny thing about that Rainbow flag, it representing Sodomy as it does.  When God destroyed all living with a flood of water, saving only Noah and his family, God used the rainbow to symbolize his covenant with a fresh new world, purged of sin and ready to be replenished.   

Genesis 9:13:  I do set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be for a token of a covenant between me and the earth.

But sin found its way into the New Earth soon, with Noah's son Ham committing an act of sexual perversion on his own father.  It is thought by some that Ham's son Canaan participated in the evil deed also, or even that the "younger son" referred to in the passage is in fact Canaan, not Ham.

Genesis 9:24:  And Noah awoke from his wine, and knew what his younger son had done unto him.

As to what exactly what was done, it is clearly inferred from the text that a gross act of sin was "done unto him";  one that warranted one of the most severe curses found in scripture:

Genesis 9:25-27:  And he said, Cursed be Canaan; a servant of servants shall he be unto his brethren.  And he said, Blessed be the LORD God of Shem; and Canaan shall be his servant.  God shall enlarge Japheth, and he shall dwell in the tents of Shem; and Canaan shall be his servant.
So God blessed mankind and symbolized the covenant with a rainbow, and man responded by reintroducing sin into the freshly purged world.  And today man takes that sacred symbol and uses it to blaspheme God; to revile Him, to display for all to see their hard and impenitent hearts, their hatred of God, and their love of death. Yet for all their provocations of God's wrath and abuses of His patience, when they have finally filled full the winepress of His wrath, as He pours out His vials upon them, they will yet again accuse God of cruelty and malice, and will not repent of their blasphemies.

Revelation 16:11:  And blasphemed the God of heaven because of their pains and their sores, and repented not of their deeds.
Even so, come Lord Jesus.  

Friday, June 26, 2015

Perhaps the Day of Purificatin has Arrived

I have not posted on this or any other blog since the re-election of Barack Obama to the Presidency of the United States due to the overwhelming since of rejection I feel from my own fellow American citizens.  Today, 26 June 2015, only two and a half years after that, the final blow to the American version of Western Civilization was delivered.  Somehow, someway, the haters of God have succeeded in turning not only Godliness but the very course of nature on its head, and have twisted the holy relationship of marriage into an unholy deformity of the original meaning of that God-Ordained institution.  The relationship between the Church and American society and its government is now officially broken.  Maybe now Christian Evangelicals and Fundamentalists will cease the blind patriotism that this wicked nation's politicians has exploited.  The United States and well as modern Israel are wicked nations that have been promoting homosexuality for at least six decades, if not longer; yet even with the homosexualization of the military itself, Christian young people are going into foreign lands to fight wars that have ambiguous goals, to be injured or killed for reasons that are either kept secret or are arbitrary, for a nation that exalts wickedness as a virtue, and shames Godliness as a vice.  The Beast is already mandating its mark, to "buy or sell", one must bear it.  Can worse things be far behind?  And shall you and I stand on the day of our trial?  Well, according to scripture, God desires "a glorious church, not having spot, or wrinkle, or any such thing; but that it should be holy and without blemish."  Perhaps the day of purification has arrived.

Friday, November 9, 2012

As the nation crumbles before us, what do we do? (Part 2)

Thank you for reading yesterday's post concerning Jeremiah and the destruction of Judah. I would like to follow up on that with, as Paul Harvey would say, the rest of the story. In the book of Jeremiah, written during the latter stages of Judah's collapse, right in the midst of the dire prophecies of impending doom, there is this ray of glorious hope - the prophecy of the New Covenant, in which ...
God would restore His people, and give them new hope, new birth - a New Covenant. However, this newness of life would not come until not only the near-total destruction under Babylon, but would also be delayed until the total annihilation of the Old Covenant system, which finally came 40 years after the resurrection of Christ, when the Romans utterly destroyed Jerusalem and the Jewish Temple. What was the blackest of events for the Jews became the glorious light of hope through the preaching of the Gospel to the whole world, from which and through which God is gathering His elect people. So let us continue in hope, for Jesus, the King of the Universe, will have His will done on earth as it is heaven. That day will come. Maybe not in our time, but it will come. Soli Deo Gloria!

Thursday, November 8, 2012

As the nation crumbles before us, what do we do?

Jeremiah watched the crumbling of his beloved nation. Inspired by God, he wrote a book about it. It's called "Lamentations". Though God raised up Babylon to punish Israel for their sins, it was not a joyous thing, but lamentable indeed. And He raised Babylon, not because He loved Babylon, nor because they were righteous, but because He loved His people, and saw to their discipline; but He hated Babylon whom He raised up, for they were evil to the core, and in due time saw to their just deserts, and reduced Babylon to dust. O that He might grant us repentance, and visit His enemies today.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Do Fundamentalist Christians Want to Kill Jews?

I no longer consider myself a fundamentalist, but liberals would call me one because I do believe the Bible is God's word.  And I am convinced that that branch of Christian theology to which I once adhered, known as dispensationalism (which represents the theology of nearly all fundamentalists), and it's offspring Christian Zionism, is an IMMEDIATE, LETHAL THREAT to Orthodox Christianity, which is best represented by that branch of Christian theology known as Covenant Theology.  I do not overstate that threat.  (See my series on dispensationalism and covenant theology beginning here.

However, though I oppose their theology as it pertains to the future and Israel, I do not go along with misrepresenting my fundamentalist brother's views nor do I go along with manufacturing evil motives that my brothers do not posses.  While fundamentalism/dispensationalism may be a threat to good theology, it is not in any way whatsoever a threat to human beings.  To the contrary, they are among the truest friends both a individual and a nation can have. 

Mark Alan Siegel, chairman of Florida’s Palm Beach County Democratic Party, told an interviewer the following about what he thinks about Christians and their relationship with Jews:

“The Christians just want us to be there so we can be slaughtered and converted and bring on the second coming of Jesus Christ.
“The worst possible allies for the Jewish state are the fundamentalist Christians who want Jews to die and convert so they can bring on the second coming of their Lord. It is a false friendship. They are seeking their own ends and not ours.
“I don’t believe the fundamentalists urging a greater Israel are friends of the Jewish state.”

Mr. Siegel commits a gross error when he says that fundamentalists “want” the Jews to be killed. As far as I’m concerned, that statement blackens out any light that might have otherwise shown. While vast majority of fundamentalists (i.e., dispensationalists) are unaware of the contradictory nature of their theology, and have not thought through the consequences of their notions, they nevertheless do not WANT Jews to die.  It’s preposterous to think such a thing.  They are indeed Christian Zionists and it is equally preposterous to allege that they are not friends of modern Israel.

I suspect that Siegel, like all liberal jews, is opposed to all forms of expressive religion, not just Christian Fundamentalism. He is a secularist above all else, and that’s the motivation for his rant.  He is anxious over the fundamentalists either because he himself is actually opposed to Zionism or he is a Zionist himself but strongly desires to exclude Christians from the movement.  Either one could be the case.  But no matter the case, his statements are irrational, and it's unfortunate that this type of lie spreads among mankind.

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

ObamaCare: My Prediction


1.  Obamacare will not be repealed, no matter who wins the election.  If Romney is elected, he will push for and get a bill introduced in Congress which he knows will not pass, leading to more drum-beating for more Republicans to be elected to Congress, which will not make a difference anyway.

2.  Regardless of who gets elected as President, sometime between the first Tuesday in November and the Presidential Inaugural, a bill will be introduced in congress proposing to require all sales of new vehicles be restricted to hybrid or fully electric vehicles.  The bill will be extremely leftist, and will have no chance of passage.

3.  The bill will be tamed down to trim off its more extreme elements, and will be re-introduced four years later and will pass with strategic Republican support, and will be signed into law by either Obama or Romney, who will justify it as “good for the country”.

4.  Conservatives will be furious, but will re-elect the deceiver Romney anyway, because he will still be “the lesser of two evils”.  If Romney is not the President, they will be furious but will nominate another liberal like, say, Jeb Bush, and will vote for him.  They will do this because they are sheep.

The only way to prevent these events and events like them, is 1) conservatives must return to their classical roots, shaking off the neo-conservative addiction to war money and big government power; 2) change ballot access laws to end the republicrat one-party monopoly so that we the people can vote for someone that actually represents our views, and not be expected to vote for a lesser evil, which by definition is evil.

Monday, August 20, 2012

USA TODAY Editors Think That War is Good for the Economy

Richard Kogan, senior fellow at the liberal Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, says defense cutbacks hurt the economy. “When the economy is operating below capacity, more spending is good and less spending slows it down,” he says.
Factual guidance for USA TODAY editors:  1) Military is an expense; 2) expense is expensive; 3) expense is not revenue.

In its print version, USA TODAY editors headlined this article with this tidbit: “Defense cutbacks hinder economy: Less spending for war saps growth”.

The idea that war brings prosperity is a cosmic expansion of the “broken window fallacy“. It is also a cosmic lie.

I can understand the average person on the street not understanding the concept, but the supposedly educated editors at one of the world’s largest newspapers should know better. Here they expose either their phenomenal ignorance of basic economics, or their sycophantic devotion to The Lie.