President Obama met with Ferguson protest leaders on November 5th, the day after the midterm elections. The meeting was not on his daily schedule. He was concerned that the protesters “stay on course.”
What does that mean?
And why is the president meeting with the violent Mike Brown protesters before a verdict is reached in the court case? MORE
S.T. Lloyd Commentary:
Generally, if I am late (in the day or week) getting online and catching up on the latest news, I may or may not run a post on certain “big stories” if they are already posted on most blogs or news sites of similar content, simply because I assume readers have seen them elsewhere by then. It’s been a busy week for me, and seemingly, despite the midterms, sort of a quiet news week. The most significant stories in my opinion, though, were the Muslim prayer on the House floor for opening of the congressional session, (though it is not as if that is the first time it has happened), and the Friday prayer session which took place at the National Cathedral Friday. This is like sitting at the bedside of a loved one on “death watch”. There are always those who remain in denial right up until the last gasp.
The other big “story” (though the only surprising thing about the story itself, is that people are surprised!) as to Obama’s carrying on as if he didn’t just receive the most resounding vote of “no confidence” that ever occurred in the history of this nation.
Really he is the epitome of the humanistic mindset. “Your reality is what you choose to be true”. Humanists call that “self actualization”. Sane people call it delusion. You can never appeal to a delusional person on the basis of logic. I’m just not sure who is more deluded; the President, or those who voted for him that feel he has let them down. It is kind of like the unfaithful husband who gets into an affair with a married woman, and then is surprised when the new relationship, built solely upon the shifting sands of self-centered duplicity, doesn’t hold together any better than the first.
The election can’t change anything. America sprang from a revolution. But the cause from which the revolution was ignited, a strong desire to freely worship God, does no longer drive this nation. For the most part, what drives those running and ruling this nation, is anything but! I think there are a great number of individuals that still hold dear, the founding principles, but the nations itself has been hijacked.
The same goes for “the church”!
For decades now, the professing Christian church has ceased being an “infirmary” where terminally ill are rescued from certain death, into some sort of resort-spa-self-improvement camp where people go to self-optimize.
This story from Before It’s News, and the accompanying video, epitomizes how, and to what (extreme) degree, the true Bride of Christ has been “driven underground” while what poses as the “Christian Church” has been entirely possessed by an entirely different (imposter) entity altogether. This is certainly not only in America. These same “churches” have continued to send missionaries across the globe peddling this new “gospel”. The “preachers” in this new “improved” version of church clearly disdain sound doctrine and the Jesus of the Holy Bible, and ultimately a Sovereign God. They are not interested in seeing anyone get saved. They are looking for people who cling to the misguided belief that they are capable of goodness and holiness in and of themselves.
It goes without saying that things are lined up for the arrival of the Antichrist on the world stage. All that is lacking is the “sudden destruction” of I Thessalonians 5:3.