In the snowball of weak-minded, politically correct, anti-Semetic actions from organizations which inaptly label themselves with adjectives such as “Christian” and “church,” the United Church of Christ has become the latest to crumble to the peer pressure of Jew-squashing rhetoric. They have recently joined the ranks of so-called “Christian” denominations such as the Presbyterian Church USA, the World Council of Churches, the United Methodist Church, the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Church in bullying the Jews and their sympathizers through divestments of Jewish businesses. And what is the rest of the world saying about it? “Bravo.”
WHAT IN THE WORLD ARE YOU PEOPLE THINKING???
Sorry. I just had to get that out of my system. This is just absolute madness. However, it shows the continuing sway of the spirit of the Anti-Messiah over those who call themselves by the name of Messiah. It shows the growing distinction between what we have traditionally called the “Church” and the faithful of Messiah. In the days, months and years ahead we will see those lines become clearer, and it will eventually boil down to two camps: Israel and the nations. If you’re not sure which camp you’re currently in, today is the day you need to make that decision. Today is the day you need to determine your allegiance.
What if those who call themselves “The Church” would invest as much effort to boycott all Islamic relations and financial ties just within our own country, much less a divestment within the international community? What if we stopped purchasing from Islamic-owned convenience stores? Stopped eating at Islamic-owned or operated restaurants? Didn’t stay in Islamic-owned or operated hotels, etc.? What kind of impression do you think that would make on the Islamic wallet that directly supports terrorism abroad?
But why don’t we have such things happening already? It’s because of what I call “Islamic Christians.” These are “Christians” who are a little too ecumenical for their own good. They sympathize with the enemies of Hashem, rather than the children of Hashem. They would rather label the Palestinian terrorists as “freedom fighters” and the Israeli defenders as “Christ-killers.” They would rather see Zion swallowed up by her enemies for her “rejection of Jesus” than they would see Hamas lay down arms. In short, they are the paradoxical “Islamic Christians.” They are the friends of Hashem’s enemies, and will eventually become the object of His wrath.
Does this sound fanatical? Maybe. It depends on who’s definition you’re using. If you’re using the definition of the media who remains drunk from the Islamic wine of deception, then ‘yes,’ this is the epitome of fanaticism. If you are using the Bible as your reference, then it is only normalcy. For anyone who claims the Deity of the Bible should be zealous over Zion, and protective of the apple of His eye. He, Himself, has said, “I will bless those who bless you, and him who curses you I will curse; and by you all the families of the earth shall bless themselves” (Genesis 12:3). Who are we to erase His words and replace them with the vileness dripping from the mouths of the Islamic wolves? Who are we to believe we can bless those whom Hashem has cursed, and curse those whom He has blessed? Was Balaam successful? Neither shall we.
A Psalm of David, when he fled from Absalom his son. O LORD, how many are my foes! Many are rising against me; many are saying of me, there is no help for him in God. [Selah]
But thou, O LORD, art a shield about me, my glory, and the lifter of my head. I cry aloud to the LORD, and he answers me from his holy hill. [Selah]
I lie down and sleep; I wake again, for the LORD sustains me. I am not afraid of ten thousands of people who have set themselves against me round about.
Arise, O LORD! Deliver me, O my God! For thou dost smite all my enemies on the cheek, thou dost break the teeth of the wicked. Deliverance belongs to the LORD; thy blessing be upon thy people! [Selah]