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Thankfully, as we’re seeing in America now — and, interestingly, through this election cycle — the Lord God continues to shake his Church on this earth to see who falls on His side, will stand for Him and won’t be ashamed of the Gospel.
As for these evangelicals who’re falling for Obama, they need to reexamine whether they really have a genuine relationship with Jesus the Christ. Maybe they, like Obama, are not what they say they are?p>For them to even entertain supporting him, they have to turn their backs on Jesus. That means, among other things, joining Obama’s lies to then support things such as infanticide, homosexual marriage and, generally, his character flaw of lying as he does. br> As for Rick Warren’s actions? /p>
Someday he’ll have to answer to the Highest Power as to why, given the visibility and influence he has been granted, he will have given his apparent imprimatur to one of such character as Obama — and, thus, influenced others to do the same.
Also, he’ll have to answer for how, whether intentional or not, he has given Obama and his devotees reasons to condemn and ridicule Christians who have the discernment, courage and love of Christ Jesus and what He represents to see the falsity of what Obama and Warren are doing — and to say so.
For Warren and Obama, I pray that they realize, sooner than later, that there are consequences far graver and eternally life-changing than losing an election or having your face on television and in the news.p>I pray that they — and those Christians, Catholic or Protestant, who now allow themselves to be deceived by Obama — come to their senses and realign their lives with the real Messiah in whom they all profess to believe. br> — C. Kenna Amos
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