They externalize this by telling us that we’re the ones with the issue but, as we don’t put God in our politics in the first place (this is our problem, of course!), we can’t possibly have an issue with “Him.” The issue is all theirs, and it’s come to dominate their thinking, with predictable results.
So we see people like House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA), Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) and Sen. Roy Blunt (R-MO), getting together with Pat Boone, Pat Roberson, and Joseph Farah of WND, and Farah’s favorite messianic lunatic, Rabbi Jonathan Cahn, to talk about what to do about God destroying our country because we elected Barack Obama – again. What we don’t see is any attempt to come to grips with real problems, or even with reality itself.
God tells them this and God tells them that. God tells them to run for president, God issues threats through them to the American people. God promises them victory. But then God does not deliver that victory and they are left standing at the altar like Jesus’ disciples when he promised them the kingdom of God, and then was promptly carted off and nailed to a couple of pieces of wood on a charge of sedition.
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