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Aug 26th, 2009 3:49 AM #1
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One More Fix
It seems that there are some parts of the world that still do not have religious freedom. And hear we are in the 21 century! Now this needs to be fixed once and for all. There should be religious freedom all over the world.
We only have a short time to free these people so they can make a decision to serve God's Kingdom. The end times are hear peoples. Lives are at steak. All these peoples will be killed when Armageddon comes if they do not accept God's Kingdom. We have to make sure they know this and we can't help them unless they are free to know about God's Kingdom which is on the way.
Paster Ted Haggard, one of the leading evangelical ministers of one of the country's largest churches..."My fear," he says, "is that my children will grow up in an Islamic state."
And that is why he believes spiritual war requires a virile, worldly counterpart. "I teach a strong ideology of the use of power," he says, "of military might, as a public service." He is for preemptive war, because he believes the Bible's exhortations against sin set for us a preemptive paradigm, and he is for ferocious war, because "the Bible's bloody. There's a lot about blood."
CUFI's founder, Rev. John Hagee, is leading this push for aggressive US action, purportedly based on Biblical principles. Hagee heads the Cornerstone megachurch in San Antonio and a big evangelical television operation. He founded CUFI in February and packed its leadership with luminaries of the religious right.
While AIPAC generally supports current Israeli government policy, Hagee and CUFI board members, including Rev. Jerry Falwell, make clear that they do not support Israeli withdrawal from occupied territories, based on their Biblical interpretations.
Hagee has been promoting war with Iran since February. His book on the subject, Jerusalem Countdown: A warning to the world, has sold 700,000 copies, the Wall Street Journal reports. Speakers at CUFI's July 18th kickoff banquet hurled imprecations at Iran.
People are not listening to the warning and Hagee even spent time to write a book about it to show them. It is a countdown and a wrning to the world.
If people don't listen and change....god is going to rain fire.
There are a lot of righteous christians behind this.
CUFI has brought together for its board and its regional coordinators a dream team, among them: Dr. Jerry Falwell; Gary Bauer, president of American Values; Pastor Rod Parsley of the World Harvest Church near Columbus; radio personality Janet Parshall; Benny Hinn of Benny Hinn Ministries in Irving, Texas; Pastor George Morrison of the 4500-member Faith Bible Chapel in Arvada, Colorado and chairman of Promise Keepers; Kay Arthur of Precept Ministries International; Larry Huch of Larry Huch Ministries in Dallas; Stephen Strang, CEO of Strang Communications, which published Jerusalem Countdown; self-improvement book author Joyce Meyer; and Jesse Duplantis of Jesse Duplantis Ministries in Hammond, Louisiana. (Also participating as a board member is Ron Wexler, an Orthodox Jew.)
Hagee and CUFI board member Gary Bauer repeatedly spoke of "Hitlerian" Iran (and "Islamofacists").
Iran was also the focus of several thousand CUFI visits to congressional offices the following day, according to the Wall Street Journal and the National Catholic Reporter.
"Our duty as believers," the Pope said, "is to announce to our contemporaries the fundamental values of religion.
We msut get internet to them and translaters.
Aug 26th, 2009 6:49 AM #2
i take back my titties comment on the other thread... i don't think you're ready to even have the milk yet.if i offend you, you are part of the fucking problem.
Aug 26th, 2009 7:15 AM #3
freedom of religion is nice, although Jesus does not need that to shine in the darkness and through His church.
Lady, i am not sure what to think about the intent of your post.
have you posted just for information about what men like Haggard , Hagee , etc... say,
or do you approve (or disapproved) what they say ?
Aug 26th, 2009 11:06 AM #4
Of Jesus it is said that He has come to bring what was promised, Light and Mercy from the Father , to give Him the true cult , and guide the steps of the believers on the path of peace.
Jesus has never come to bring freedom of religion, but to free people. Proportionally there is more freemen in China today than in countries where freedom of religion is guaranteed. Jesus' kingdom is not of this world, it does not need heralds of freedom, messengers of war or of democracy , but messengers of reconciliation with the Father. Hagee supports Israel but does not believe that Jews need to hear the Gospel of their salvation....
Aug 26th, 2009 2:24 PM #5
Amen to that!
"He who calls on the name of the Lord, shall be saved."
Aug 28th, 2009 5:05 PM #6
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