Archive for gay bishop

Obama and Easter

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on April 19, 2014 by andelino

As I was listening to the 2014 (and hopefully last) White House Easter prayer breakfast , I am more than ever “convinced” that Barack Hussein Obama is not a “Bible believing Christian”…but a “disguised” devout Muslim.

Here are three “indisputable” facts of “blasphemy:

Fact 1: Obama falsely stated that “we celebrate the glory of the Resurrection — all so that we might be forgiven of our sins and granted everlasting life. And more than 2,000 years later, it inspires us still.”

Bible Scholars generally agree that Jesus, who lived to about his thirties, died on the cross between 30-36 AD. For Obama’s statement that the Resurrection occurred “more than 2,000 years ago” to be true, Jesus would have had to have died and been resurrected in 13 AD or earlier.

Fact 2: Obama said “it’s also a chance to remember the tremendous sacrifice that led up to that day, and all that Christ endured — not just “as a Son of God,” but as a human being.

According to the teachings of the Bible Christ is “the” Son of God, not “a” Son of God. No “Bible believing Christian” would call Jesus Christ “a Son of God” as the President did.

Fact 3: Obama unexpectedly tapped the first openly gay Episcopal Bishop, Gene Robinson, to lead the closing Easter Prayer who tweeted about the honor, ironically taking the Lord’s name in vain in the process.

Obama Easter Message 02

“OMG,” for the religious uninitiated, is short for “Oh my God.”

No “Bible believing Christian” would call on a “gay” minister to give the Easter “blessing” since the Bible clearly teaches that “homosexuality” is a sin.

Obama Easter Message 03

In this week of White House “religiosity and intolerance,” let us pause for a moment and reflect on the final words of our “Community Organizer” Saul in his address to the nations “BO rinthians”….

“And cravenly seek the baser things. For I show you an even more corrupted way.”

“Though I shriek with the tongues of demons and harpies but have not envy, I am become unsounded brass and padded gongs. And though I have the gift of doublespeak and distorted all truth and all wisdom and though I have hypocrisy and cynicism to divide whole civilizations into paralyzing rancor and despair but stirred up no envy … I am nothing.”

“And though I tax all earned wealth to give to the idle and ungrateful and though I give up the careers and reputations of friends and underlings to be tossed under the bus … but increased not envy, it profits me nothing.”

“Envy tolerates nothing and is cruel. Envy does not love. Envy seeks but to provoke, thinks naught but evil, rejoices in iniquity, recoils from the truth, corrupts all things, finds all things unbearable, finds all things hopeless, makes all things unendurable.”

“Envy never fails. But whether there are resentments, they will fail. Whether there is degeneracy, it will cease. Whether there are falsehoods, it will pass away. For now we lie in part and we dissemble in part, but when he who is The One has come, then measures that were partial will be done away with.”

“When I was a child, I spoke as a child, thought as a child, reasoned as a child, but when I failed to become a man, I redoubled my focus on childish things. But now abide Malice, Deceit and Envy — but the greatest of these is Envy.”

“But take heart!” “I, Barack Hussein Obama, have overcome the world.”

Obama Easter Message 04

Praise be to the “Almighty” Obama, the man who was “blinded” by envy on the road to “academic idolization” and, as result of his “moment of epiphany”, decided to dedicate his life to “anti-Christ” teachings as recorded in the testimonial “Rules for Radicals.”

Al Easter Message

And here is Al Sharpton’s message for Easter:

“I think that the message is, no matter what the world may do to unfairly, no matter how your crucified, nailed to the cross at home, or in your personal relationships, or on the job that you can rise if you don’t lose yourself during the hard times and the challenges.

The story of Jesus on the cross. No matter what they humiliated him with. No matter how they mocked him he took it, because he knew he could rise. And the story of Easter and my message for this Easter session is no matter what unearned suffering you go through, that if you know you can rise above it, don’t become like the diseases that you fight.

As I looked at President Obama at our convention where all he took he’s been able to rise politically again. I’m not comparing him to Jesus, but I am saying that to every crucifixion there is a resurrection for those who believe.”

Obama and Sharpton inspire me every time I think of them.

%d bloggers like this: