“Who is this that darkens my counsel with words without knowledge”. Job 38:2
Nothing ceases to amaze me but this article caught me off guard completely. Obama is claiming to speak for God and went further to state God thinks America is racist and that we must repent and turn over our guns. Imagine the sheer blasphemy of Obama, who has perverted the laws of God to the extreme, now wants Americans to think that he knows God’s will.
To speak for God, you had better be sure you are listening to him and not trying to just further your own agenda, Mr. Obama. God will not be mocked. MB
It was a performance that descended into the outright bizarre at times. An earlier pre-speech report here at D.C. Whispers shared rumors the White House was looking forward to the president “putting on a show”, and indeed, that is exactly what took place yesterday at the memorial for slain Charleston, South Carolina pastor and state senator Clementa Pinckney.
Perhaps the oddest moments though were when Barack Obama personally began to speak on behalf of the Almighty Himself, declaring the change that the president views as necessary to be “God’s will.”
For much of the eulogy, Obama spoke in a sing-song preacher voice, even slipping into a southern accent at times despite the fact he spends almost no time in the South and much of his formative years were located outside of the United States. The president even broke out into his own rendition of Amazing Grace, a moment that is now being repeated by an overly enthusiastic and adoring Mainstream Media.
What isn’t being discussed is President Obama’s repeated admission he believes himself to be speaking directly to “God’s grace” during his speech that once again claimed America was a racist nation that hasn’t done nearly enough to alleviate the evils of slavery.
The first mention of “God’s grace” came with Mr. Obama’s mention of the removal of the Confederate flag throughout the South. The president then said god didn’t want American to “stop there.”
He then went on to explain that further gun control laws was also an example of “God’s grace” and demanded Americans “do something” about gun violence, the implication being that those Americas who are for 2nd Amendment gun rights are then in violation of God Himself.
Taken as a whole, the entirety of Mr. Obama’s words at the Clementa Pinckney memorial had very little to do with Reverend Pinckney and far more to do with the president’s ongoing agenda – an agenda Mr. Obama seems to think is some form of divine intervention against all those who once demeaned as “clinging to their guns and religion.” The president indicated God thinks America is a horribly racist nation and commands us all to plead forgiveness of our racist ways and give over our guns in the process.
Barack Obama knows this because he apparently believes he is now speaking directly on behalf of God.
Let that one sink in…
Posted by Clyde on The Daily Dose
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I seek first the kingdom of Christ because everything else in this world is perishing. All that I have is from God who is always faithful. I have worked hard all my life and will continue as long as God lends me breath. The mistakes and bad judgments I made in my life all stemmed from me trying to work things out by myself. I have learned the hard way that the victory over all of my problems and the answers to all of my desires lie solely in my Savior, Jesus Christ.
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