Per Fidem Intrepidus means "Fearless Through Faith". My courage isn't my own, it comes from the Holy Spirit, it's my faith in God and my personal savior Christ Jesus that calms my fears and allows me to move forward in this fallen world. Personally I'm afraid of a lot of stuff, but having the faith that Jesus adopted me as his little, sin filled, brother keeps me going.

Friday, September 16, 2016

Random Bits

"I walk through this sinful world as a 
pilgrim in a foreign country" - CH Spurgeon
If you are reading this and haven't noticed the War On Christianity, it's most likely because that rather than being a follower of Christ you're a follower of the likes of a Joel Osteen or (at the risk of sounding redundant) simply not a Christian. There is a War on Christianity going on world wide, including right here in America, and the only people that are denying it are the ones fighting against us. True, the war on Christianity in the US isn't an open shooting war like in the middle east, nor are our daughters and children being endlessly raped by a stone-age pagan culture brought in and encouraged by our own government like in Europe. But yes, our borders are being overrun by those same hordes that are ravaging Europe, brought in by our government not for their comfort, but (IMHO) to threaten ours.

The War On Christianity here is primarily economic, which makes sense, because the US is a primarily economic country. The War on Christians appears to be a mirror of the society where the war is being fought. Asia and the middle east is a violent area so the War on Christians there is based on violence, Europe has devolved into a Crowley-esque "Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law" society, so the War on Christians there is a "If it feels good do it" type of rape-fest that only the French government seems to notice. And here in the economic center of the world the War is primarily economic, brought on and fueled by the same government that swore a sacred oath to protect our right to freedom of religion.

You may argue that the largest economy in the world wouldn't dare try to eliminate us because Christianity contributes $378 billion a year to the US economy which is more than Google, Facebook, and Apple combined. It's a valid point but your argument is invalid, because Satan wants you gone and no price is too high for him to get rid of us. The Catholic health systems alone account for 1 in 6 hospital beds in the country, to us that's impressive, but to a liberal that means an abortion cannot be performed in over 16% of all hospital beds, and to feminists, abortion is their most holy sacrament.

Gaystapo update - A new law in Massachusetts will force churches to allow men to use women's rest rooms

More Furtick Clickbait: The Steven Furtick Cornucopia of False Teaching, Egomania, & Hair Gel

Calvary Chapel is circling the drain, satanic symbolism and ecumenical madness for a church whose beginnings were sparked in the LSD soaked hippy culture of the 60's

Hitlery Hillary Clinton's running mate Tim Kane not only re-writes the bible but the Roman Catholic Catechism while pandering to homosexuals.

What part of Colossians 3:8  doesn't Andy Stanley understand?

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton urges Target to re-examine its controversial transgender bathroom policies after a second man was caught recording women undressing in Target changing rooms.

Religion of Peace Update #1 - To celebrate the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha, a world wide Muslim bloodbath which turns the middle east into a blood soaked kill zone, Daesh barbarians hang human captives from meat hooks and slaughter them like sheep.

Religion of Peace Update #2 - Several Daesh thugs were getting ready to execute 12 hostages with a flamethower, meanwhile a British SAS sniper a mile away takes notice and... you get the idea.

Religion of Peace Update #3 - Daesh Muslims are hatching a plot to butcher Christians in a shopping center with chainsaws

Indeed, all who desire to live godly in Christ Jesus will be persecuted

Ever hear those stories  that Jesus is simply a fictional re-creation of the Zoroasterian deity Mithras? This fable quite often comes up in the pseudo-intellectual babble that pours out of the formerly reputable History Channel and NatGeo channel every Easter. Those stories don't hold up very well when actually investigated

How to remain ignorant of God's word and still convince yourself that you're a "Christian"

Even more bad news for my morning commute - I once wrote about trying to find biblically proper broadcasting on the radio, then I found Dr. Tony Evans, who compared to the heresy of AM radio's line up of word-faith antitrinitarian hucksters, was a breath of fresh air. Then I heard him expound on the gap theory. Now this.

Creflo Dollar launched a fundraising campaign Monday to acquire a new ministry spacecraft. It's got to be true, I saw it on the Internet

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