Remembering His Passion

He suffered terribly, unto death, for each one of us.
Remember His Passion this Easter as you celebrate with friends and family.

 

Fellowship of the Minds

Good Friday, April 18, 2014.

Though strong as an ox, my erstwhile friend, the faux socialist Stephanie, is allergic to work. She would take a temporary job and, when it ends, apply for unemployment benefits. When the benefits run out, she’ll go find another temp job. And so on…. She diagnosed herself as bipolar and got her therapist to sign her off as “depressive.” No doubt, she now collects Social Security Disability.

Though raised a Christian, Stephanie is a goddess cultist and wiccan witch. She is also rabidly anti-Christian. In a fit of self-pity, she once blurted to me: “Don’t tell me how Jesus had suffered. I’ve suffered more than Jesus!”

Blasphemy

This post, “Remembering His Passion,” is for Stephanie, the “artist” Michael D’Antuono who painted the above blasphemous portrait of Obama in 2009, and all malignant narcissists who cheapen His memory by having the gall to compare themselves to…

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The Politics of Prayer

The Politics of Prayer | Patriots and Paulies Politics & News

 

KRISTI KIRK (PATRIOTS AND PAULIES POLITICS & NEWS) – Our best hope of restoring rights, liberties and justice in America hinges upon a spiritual rebirth and reawakening. There really isn’t any hope of that happening without it. While thoughts and focused intentions are very powerful, the most powerful essence in the world is truth. NWO politicians who pose in phony prayer for photo ops are trying to steal the power of the people by tricking us into thinking their god is the only truth. But if we can all come together and focus on discovering the real truth,  their false god and imagined power will disappear like a shadow from the light.

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Driven Down Upon My Knees… Nowhere else to go

Abraham Lincoln on Prayer

Abraham Lincoln on Prayer

Abraham Lincoln

“I have been driven many times upon my knees by the overwhelming conviction that I had nowhere else to go. My own wisdom and that of all about me, seemed insufficient for that day.” -Abraham Lincoln

How often, as Christian patriots, do we feel this strongly about our time in prayer? How often are we reminded that our own wisdom is insufficient?

In times of trouble, the Enemy seductively whispers into our ears that prayer doesn’t help, but that’s because he fears it. He knows prayer is our greatest weapon during personal trials or in times of national crisis. Perhaps you feel your prayers don’t matter; you may feel your prayers can’t possibly

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