by: Dave Hodges
As the country struggles to come to grip with the illegal alien invasion, which threatens our economy, our collective health and out national sovereignty, we are unable to look to our churches to provide the leadership needed in this time of crisis. I have previously documented how several of the recent unscreened illegal aliens have very serious illnesses, some of which have been caught by the Border Patrol, and nothing is being done except for the federal government’s threatening the whistleblowers with prison. I have also documented how some of the illegal immigrants are members of MS-13 who have decided ties to the Mexican drug cartels and ultimately to the most dangerous terrorist organizations on the face of the earth. Instead of heeding these well documented warnings, many of our churches are not condemning the evil. Instead, they are embracing the evil.
Most of the disciples of Jesus Christ were martyred for their uncompromising views towards corrupt civilian authority, except for John, who died of extreme old age and Judas, who committed suicide after betraying Jesus. Many of Jesus’ followers met an untimely end. For example, Peter was crucified, head downward, during the persecution of Nero. James, was thrown from a pinnacle of the Temple, and then beaten to death with a club. Thomas, the doubter, was run through the body with a lance at Coromandel, in the East Indies. Yet, today, most of our 501-C-3 tax exempt churches have embraced the suicidal course of Judas as they have made a deal with the devil by espousing government doctrine even when it violates the word of God.
In opposition to the early founders of the church and in opposition to the teachings of Jesus Christ, today’s church bends over in the face of evil. It acquiesces to the evil and drags its followers to the gates of hell by demanding compliance to the illegitimate authority and decidedly non-Christian forces which are subjugating this country. Today’s pastors are doing so under the guise of Romans 13.
Two San Bernardino-area churches; Fontana’s St. Josephs Catholic Church and St. Catherine of Siena Parish in Rialto. These churches have provided travel cash and bus tickets to recent illegal immigrants as they are permanently embedded into the mainstream of our country. Many of these immigrants come from countries who have virulent outbreaks of very serious diseases and viruses for which the average American has no immunity. Yet, the Catholic Diocese of San Bernardino spokesman John Andrews told NBC Los Angeles that we will serve these people for as long as need to (even when it threatens the existing population). Why don’t these churches just hand out blankets on the street corners laced with small pox?
First, I would like to point out to these “benevolent” churches that we have homeless Vietnam veterans on seemingly every street corner begging for their next meal. Where is their compassion for these people? Charity begins at home and these two churches are examples on why I do cannot find a church worthy of trusting my soul to. If you want to feed today’s illegal immigrants, that is a noble cause. However, to pay to embed them in our society with no health screening or naturalization period is the height of social irresponsibility.
Today’s churches have been bought off by embracing a false interpretation of Romans 13. IF these churches care so much for these recent immigrants, then pay for health screening physicals before transporting them into the heartland of country and exposing the rest of us to some very serious health conditions. However, this will not happen, because the church has been successfully politicized and taken over.
That is a good idea, but look out for the buggers who would seek to destroy it.
When we were in our great ecumenical period in the 70's to 80's, we met and had fellowship with folks of a number of Christian sects - loved 'em all and learned much. My wife was even Vice Principal of a good sized Christian school before she returned to administering a Catholic School her last 18 years in formal education.
In the end, it was the Holy Eucharist that kept us in the Church. Jesus sure knew what he was talking about at the Last Supper. Doesn't mean I'm not at odds with the liberal social justice deluded clergy I know. We have too many really great ones who know what's happening.
Let us not be beguiled by those who who heap anger against churches, because their object is the complete removal of religion: a planned missions of communists.
> Young lady, I can't agree with you more. This country was founded, on Christian principles as noted by our founding fathers in the Constitution of the United States. I have always tried living my life guided by Christian principles and no I am not without sin, as I like most people have suffered moral lapses at times. But as you I do feel we all need Christ in our country and our lives if this country is to survive.
Gene, it will be the only way we survive. I feel that.
Gene, you are so right. Our country was founded on Christian principles and our Constitution was written with God's commandments as a guide. Looks like you, Denise and I agree, without God in our lives and country, America can not survive. He is the backbone of this great nation and He loves us all very much!
You are either for God or you are against Him.
van Nolan, that is very true. Seems no one "luke warm" when it comes to God. And the beauty of America is, you have the right to make your own decision. No one can force a person to go against their personal belief. Even God does not force us to accept Him, he gives us the right of choice. However, it certainly appears the Democrats are trying to change our right of choice. Reid is trying right now to take that choice away from us, just check this out:
I've read once before a quote by a globalist, how easy it was to manipulate churches. Give them a little money, invite them to inter-religious banquets using the same technique they use to push the U.N.'s Agenda21 in local board meetings under the guise of "sustainable development." It is a cold war military tactic developed by Rand called the Delphi Method where you manipulate/control discussion to direct it where you want it to go. Then there is the threat method if nothing else works - we'll take away you tax deductibility. Don't worry, they'll play ball.
They DO take advantage of it and pat themselves on the back for being so "Christian" and denounce anyone who says they should obey the law.
"Well, then," Jesus said, "give to Caesar what belongs to Caesar, and give to God what belongs to God." His reply completely amazed them. ~ Mark 12:17
The question is: what doesn't belong to God?