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SATURDAY, NOV 10, 2012  |  72 comments
Opinion: Surprise! We voted for God's judgment

“Like all the other nations …” – i.e., we’re no longer exceptional, let us be like all the other nations. Sound familiar?

Old Samuel knew this desire was wrong and would lead the people even farther from God, into servitude, injustice and moral darkness. So he went to the Lord for guidance. But what did He say? “Do everything they say to you,” the Lord replied, “for it is Me they are rejecting, not you. They don’t want me to be their king any longer.”

From then on, for hundreds of years, the people suffered under foolish kings, many worse than the one before, still wanting their own way and forsaking the way of God who had made them great in their beginning. They ended in abject slavery, in Babylon captivity.

Don’t think that can happen to our America? Friend, our people have rejected the very same God and His way, and clamored after a king who has promised to provide, protect and lead them ...

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Shimon | Beit Shemesh  Find all comments by Shimon
What a steaming pile of crap.

- For over 200 years, we were the most successful, admired and envied nation in world history.


News Item11/10/12 10:46 PM
Jess  Find all comments by Jess
No worries Miss Angela...I don't know you and should not have read and taken you to task in the manner in which I did. I'm sure that IRL you are a lovely Christian woman.

News Item11/10/12 10:01 PM
Angela Wittman | SW Illinois - near St. Louis  Find all comments by Angela Wittman
Hi Jess, Have we met? I live about 30 miles east of St. Louis and was a regular witness at planned barrenhood for many years. I hope you don't mind that I clicked on the icon next to your name and saw your previous comments, including the one you left on Pastor Swanson's Generations Radio broadcast the day after the elections. I didn't see you chastising Pastor Swanson for his demeanor or stand which I agree with... I hope you aren't offended at me because I am a woman who speaks out on these issues. I've had more stones cast my way than I dare remember due to taking a stand for Christ and some have been from Church going men, as well as liberals. I am not going to apologize for anything I've said because it lines up with Scripture. My advice is for you to examine your heart and see if your harsh attitude toward me is because I am a woman.

News Item11/10/12 8:47 PM
republic  Find all comments by republic
I should have written:
collective ignorance/negligence.

there are many who have been called names and worse for sounding the alarm years ago.


News Item11/10/12 8:43 PM
republic  Find all comments by republic
you are correct.

in our ignorance/negligence we have built our own gallows.


News Item11/10/12 8:21 PM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
we have listened to false prophets. this is how we've gotten here. plain and simple.

we wanted our ears tickled.

we wanted our modern idols (they aren't made of wood so they don't seem so bad).

we wanted to believe america is special (and our spiritual leaders never showed footage of our technology being used and the diaspora of Christians in foreign adventures, we just thought in our great arrogance, "they want us there")

we wanted to believe B was a Christian, it made us feel good.

we will not face what has happened to our nation. in the last 10+ years we have traded the american traditions for a new system. this was done by both parties.

until evangelicals see the whole picture they are going to be confused.

we've been caught by the very net our leaders made with our help.


News Item11/10/12 7:09 PM
Republic  Find all comments by Republic
I know that the frustration that I run into is this. by not voting for romney I get blamed for obama. huh? I didn't vote for either. when we were trying to vote for godly men on the primaries most sat around wattching sports or reality ttv shows. then blame us for not showing up for the vote.

if you have an employee that lies yo you whenever it seems benificial, do you fire him or promote him? because conservative christians stay home in the primaries weget liberal progressives for canidates and then get deamonized for not voting for them.


News Item11/10/12 5:55 PM
speck/plank  Find all comments by speck/plank
they will know you by your love...
the greatest of these is love..

dont forget the love part.


News Item11/10/12 5:45 PM
Jess  Find all comments by Jess
Well, upon further thought, I may have went over the top a Tad. I meant all that I said, but I could have lightened the load a bit. Considering her demeanor, I didn't think she would give a moments thought. To loving, constructive criticism.

Either way, I just became tired of the holier than everyone presence. Who knows...maybe it's just me.


News Item11/10/12 5:15 PM
Jess  Find all comments by Jess
Certainly not...just being brutally honest. Some may agree, others may not, but that is my very honest perception that I could no longer hold onto.

News Item11/10/12 4:47 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Jess wrote:
Who in this world do you think you are.....
Who on earth are YOU? The grim reaper?

News Item11/10/12 4:35 PM
Jess  Find all comments by Jess
Miss Angela, I'll get right to the point: Who in this world do you think you are commanding those who didn't vote your way to repent...inferring that they will face Almighty God's fury if they don't heed. Are you a prophetess, Miss you have a direct pipeline to our Father? Reading thru your posts makes me feel quite I'll. You steamroll in talking nothing but policics and nowhere have I seen love, humility, or instruction. You shower those who agree with you with diamond encrusted halos and eternal blessings and shovel brimstone upon those who don't. I find you to be a pompous, arrogant, narcissistic sort of Christian lady, bent on dictatorship. Every time you bless all with your presense on this forum, you cause conflict because of your accusative, unloving, my way or I don't like you attitude. If this were not a Christian forum, never would I guess that you were one. Maybe, Miss Angela, you have some repenting to do as well. Your online presence does not give good Christian vibes.

News Item11/10/12 4:31 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Angela Wittman wrote:
The way I see the election results is as an answer to prayer that we not have a Mormon in the White House to further confuse the citizens of America and add to our problem with pluralism. So, instead of wringing my hands over the results, I am giving thanks. Now I suggest all the complainers do as God tells us to do and begin earnestly praying for our leaders.
Leaders indeed. Praying for them to do what? Not keep their promises to spend us into prosperity, back Planned Parenthood, promote "gay marriage," make us all healthy with mandatory "affordable" government healthcare? Or did you have something else in mind? Please don't say pray for openly anti-Christ politicians to have wisdom. Pray for us to have it, it's badly needed. Wisdom would have prevented them from re-election.

News Item11/10/12 4:19 PM
Russ | Texas  Find all comments by Russ

Socialism with whatever s you want to put on it is fundamentally different from the passage you quoted from Acts. In Acts, the believers gave and supported, not out of compulsion, but rather out of love for each other. What we see happening now is not people freely giving to care for each others needs, it is a forced confiscation by those in power and a slow consolidation of control over the entire economy, which never happened in the early church.


News Item11/10/12 3:30 PM
sarcasm  Find all comments by sarcasm
Angela Wittman wrote:
I am giving thanks.
Giving thanks for helping to put a leader in the Oval Office who glories in the church funding abortion and abortifacients?

News Item11/10/12 3:20 PM
their blood cries out | US  Find all comments by their blood cries out
An average of 3700 abortions per day in the US, and some praise God because they didn't vote for a mormon.

News Item11/10/12 3:16 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln

Russ, when was socialism (with a a small "s" ever anti-Christian?)

Acts 2
43 And everyone kept feeling a sense of awe; and many wonders and signs were taking place through the apostles.
44 And all those who had believed were together, and had all things in common;
45 and they began selling their property and possessions, and were sharing them with all, as anyone might have need.---NASB

There have be Christians groups throughout the centuries, e.g., Hutterites who have been communistic (note there a small "c" not capital "C.")

No argument, Russ, in that Eternal Hell Awaits the Unrepentant, but since the U.S., why would you expect anything different, though very sad for what is happening.

Toward What is God Moving the World? -- Judgment


News Item11/10/12 3:02 PM
Russ | Texas  Find all comments by Russ
You guys are missing the point altogether. The issue is not Romney or Obama. The issue is that over have of the nation is now radically pro abortion, homo marriage, illicit drug use, and socialism. So for the first time in the history of this nation a majority of people blatantly rejected godliness, they have high handedly told God that they would rather have a king. The only thing left for us now is judgement.

News Item11/10/12 2:22 PM
Angela Wittman | SW Illinois  Find all comments by Angela Wittman
The way I see the election results is as an answer to prayer that we not have a Mormon in the White House to further confuse the citizens of America and add to our problem with pluralism. So, instead of wringing my hands over the results, I am giving thanks. Now I suggest all the complainers do as God tells us to do and begin earnestly praying for our leaders.

News Item11/10/12 1:55 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Angela, very few Republicans are good Christians, They don't accept The Inadequacy of Moralism. "The love (in the moralist of virtue, but in the Christian) of God himself."--Hammond Is what separates Christians from Roman Catholics, Mormons, and Jehovah Witnesses. Considering the Prez and Vice-Prez candidates of the Republicans belong to two of those groups, the Republicans should rightfully be under judgment. Now a nice Jewish girl thought Romney was the best the Repubs had, Column One: A time for courage – and action, but as British commentator pointed out, 'Are the Republican candidates all crazy?'

So, all the world is under judgment, and the USA could be under severe judgment if it doesn't treat Israel correctly--Is the World's Problem with Israel?

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