Thursday, October 13, 2016

Beware of Hillary's contempt for Christians

On the Yahoo homepage as of 11:35 am, Oct. 13, 2016 (click on images to enlarge if necessary):

             


Expanded view when you click on the headline:



And the notice you get when you click on “Read more”:







I suppose I give HuffPo credit for running it in the first place, but am not surprised that they had second thoughts on exposing the truth about Hillary Clinton.

The original post is in reference to the leaked emails between Hillary Clinton and her campaign adviser, John Podesta, who talks about instigating a revolution among Catholics to protest the Pope by calling for a "Catholic Spring", and which refers to Christians and evangelicals as people who should be attacked. Following Hillary's previous public comments that religious beliefs would not be valid grounds for moral objection to things like abortion and euthanasia under her administration, is there any doubt as to what in the works for America?

Please, everyone, open your eyes at what is happening. Just like Nazi Germany fanned flames of hysteria against the Jews, accusing them of conspiracy and theft of jobs, it can happen, and is happening, today in America. Only this time it is the Christians who are being maligned as the enemy, as hateful bigots guilty of discrimination. Hillary does nothing to turn back this rhetoric; indeed, she spreads it.

Look past the Hillary-friendly soundbites on tv. Please know what is truly at stake here for America. This is not about me, a Catholic Christian being offended. This is about a woman who wants to be president and who promises to use her power to undermine the most fundamental freedom of religion, a freedom that is the cornerstone of America. A freedom under serious, threat -- a threat that would impact all of us, no matter what your personal politics are. Don't be fooled by the spin that would gladly bury the truth about Hillary. 

Take an honest look at what's really at stake and put America, not personal feelings, first. 

4 comments:


  1. Recently, in a small town in Iowa, Clinton opened-up about her otherwise personal spiritual journey. “I am a person of faith. I am a Christian. I am a Methodist,”she began. Clinton continued to discuss her personal faith and referred to the Biblical story of the Sermon on the Mount.”There’s a lot of great Bible studies: What does the Sermon on the Mount really mean? What is it calling us to do and to understand? Because it sure does seem to favor the poor and the merciful and those who in worldly terms don’t have a lot but who have the spirit that God recognizes as being at the core of love and salvation,” she continued.

    And this is exactly what Clinton lives. Clinton’s actions and attitudes about assisting those who are less fortunate shout volumes about her character and her relationship with God. She has lived a life long career of positive actions, reactions and decisions, in both her public and private life, that reflect her deep seeded faith. She possesses a track-record of resolutions and responses that make peoples lives better; actions that make a change happen for those who need it the most and who can not make it happen for themselves.

    Hillary Clinton has a proven record of public service that is undeniable and irrefutable. She has devoted her life to serving others in a variety of capacities, just as she was taught in Sunday School so many years ago. I don’t believe we need a president who makes choices based on their religion that affects America as a whole, I believe we need a President like Hillary Clinton who will pull from the love and compassion of what her faith has taught her into making the world a better place for all people, regardless of their religious affiliation or lack there-of.

    The Bible says, “For unto whomsoever much is given, of him shall be much required,” (Luke 12:48 KJV). Hillary Clinton has not taken this concept lightly, nor has she abused her titles or ignored the responsibilities associated with her positions. She has proven herself to be a public servant with a heart for the people. And as President, I predict that she will wash the feet of the beggars and will dig trenches with soldiers. She will feed the hungry in the soup kitchens and will use her Christianity, not as a platform, but as a benchmark. Proverbs 3:27 (KJV) says, “Withhold not good from them to whom it is due, when it is in the power of thine hand to do it.” I believe this would define a Hillary Clinton
    presidency, as much as it has described her life.

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    1. You just plagiarized a Huffington Post blog written by some guy named Rick Hendrix. Why do that? As soon as I saw your post, I had a strong suspicion that you didn’t write it (for obvious reasons, which I won’t mention). Mr. Hendrix quotes a few Bible verses, which is easy to do, but he’s a bit confused about the nature of true saving faith and the difference between “profession” and “possession” (and the danger of not recognizing the difference).

      Here’s one portion of Hendrix’s blog that you didn’t plagiarize:

      “Hillary Clinton, though she has been relatively quiet about her spiritual life, has had a life long career of action and decisions in both the public and private sector, that reflect her faith. She possesses a track-record of actions that make peoples’ lives better; actions that make changes in policy and procedures.”

      “Action and decisions …. that reflect her faith”????? Is he referring to her strong pro-abortion track record or to her capitulation to the same-sex “marriage” crowd? Is that a demonstration of her Christian faith or a denial of it? Doesn’t every true believer exhibit an increasing awareness of, and hatred of, sin and an increasing desire to follow Christ and His teachings? Hillary’s spiritual growth appears stagnant, which leads many to believe that her Christianity is nothing more than lip service.

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  2. Recently, in a small town in Iowa, Clinton opened-up about her otherwise personal spiritual journey. “I am a person of faith. I am a Christian. I am a Methodist,”she began. Clinton continued to discuss her personal faith and referred to the Biblical story of the Sermon on the Mount.”There’s a lot of great Bible studies: What does the Sermon on the Mount really mean? What is it calling us to do and to understand? Because it sure does seem to favor the poor and the merciful and those who in worldly terms don’t have a lot but who have the spirit that God recognizes as being at the core of love and salvation,” she continued.

    And this is exactly what Clinton lives. Clinton’s actions and attitudes about assisting those who are less fortunate shout volumes about her character and her relationship with God. She has lived a life long career of positive actions, reactions and decisions, in both her public and private life, that reflect her deep seeded faith. She possesses a track-record of resolutions and responses that make peoples lives better; actions that make a change happen for those who need it the most and who can not make it happen for themselves.

    Hillary Clinton has a proven record of public service that is undeniable and irrefutable. She has devoted her life to serving others in a variety of capacities, just as she was taught in Sunday School so many years ago. I don’t believe we need a president who makes choices based on their religion that affects America as a whole, I believe we need a President like Hillary Clinton who will pull from the love and compassion of what her faith has taught her into making the world a better place for all people, regardless of their religious affiliation or lack there-of.

    The Bible says, “For unto whomsoever much is given, of him shall be much required,” (Luke 12:48 KJV). Hillary Clinton has not taken this concept lightly, nor has she abused her titles or ignored the responsibilities associated with her positions. She has proven herself to be a public servant with a heart for the people. And as President, I predict that she will wash the feet of the beggars and will dig trenches with soldiers. She will feed the hungry in the soup kitchens and will use her Christianity, not as a platform, but as a benchmark. Proverbs 3:27 (KJV) says, “Withhold not good from them to whom it is due, when it is in the power of thine hand to do it.” I believe this would define a Hillary Clinton
    presidency, as much as it has described her life.

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    1. Plagiarism posted twice!

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