Sunday, November 01, 2009

How I Know Barack Hussein Obama is not a Christian, Part 2

This is the second in a series of articles offering evidence that our President is not a Christian, despite what he or anyone else may claim.

While running for the Presidency as a candidate, Barack Hussein Obama proudly announced to a German audience and everyone else while speaking at Frankfort, Germany that he was, “a citizen of the world”. People who know nothing about Christianity may consider this an honorable statement. However, those who are Christians and do know something about Christianity, understand that this is a despicable statement.

Jesus told Nicodemus, “Truly, truly I say unto you. Except a man be born again he cannot see the kingdom of God (John 3:3).” In fact it is being born again that makes a person a Christian! Nothing else! When a person is born-again they are transferred from the power or kingdom of darkness, whose ruler is Satan, into the Kingdom of Jesus Christ (Col. 1:13). Make no mistake, the ruler of the world is Satan (John 14:30).
In going to church for twenty years, Barack Hussein Obama should have learned that whoever is a friend of the world is an enemy of God (James 4:4). “If any man love the world the love of the Father is not in him (I John 2:15).” The Apostles were separated unto God from out of the world and were therefore no longer of the world (John 17:6). The world hated the Apostles because they were not of the world (John 17:14) nor is Jesus of this world. Jesus told Pilate that His kingdom is not of this world (John 18:36). When a person believes in Jesus, then they also are no longer of this world. The point is that a person cannot be a citizen of this world and at the same time also be a Christian.
The god of this world is Satan (II Cor. 4:4; Matt. 4:8-10). A citizen of this world has as their god, Satan, and not the true God. Jesus did not pray for the world, but He did pray for the Apostles and for those who would believe on Him through the word of the Apostles (John 17:9,20). Jesus said, “In this world you shall have tribulation but be of good cheer, I have overcome the world (John 16:33).” Anyone who would live godly in Christ Jesus shall suffer persecution (II Tim. 3:16). Christians are strangers and sojourners in this world (Psalm 39: 12) and overcome it by their faith (I John 5:4, 5).
Perhaps you would rather be a Christian than be a citizen of this world, which is passing away (I John 2:17).
You must repent of your sins and invite Jesus into your heart for salvation from the consequences of your sins (Luke 24:46-48). When Jesus comes into your heart, you are saved, forgiven, made a new creature by the Holy Spirit, given eternal life and that makes one a Christian (Revelation 3:20; II Corinthians 5:17; I John 5:10-12; Romans 8:9).
A sample prayer is, “Lord Jesus Christ come into my heart and forgive me of my sins.” The alternative to being saved and brought into right relationship with God through Jesus is to perish, which results in being tormented endlessly by fire, and which is not A Good Choice . . .

1 comment:

  1. This is just silly: you take a quote from Obama which happens to use the word "world" in one particular sense (in this case, to evoke brotherhood and peace among men and women) and then you seek out particular Bible verses in which the word "world" means something very, very different (this fallen world, this limited vale of sin and sorrow, as opposed to God's Kingdom) -- and then you pretend that this arbitrary linguistic association represents some real connection and you've actually proven something horrible!

    It's like calling a man a bigamist because he used the word "to" in connection with his wife -- which of course COULD sound like "two" and therefore MIGHT mean he has two wives!

    Either you don't know something very basic about how words and language work, or you are purposely breaking the ninth commandment.

    I certainly have no objection to you not liking Mr. Obama, or disagreeing with his policies. That's fair and right; there are some good reasons to disagree with him.

    But don't pretend that this has anything to do with Christianity or the Bible! Don't elevate your own little personal political beliefs to the level of God's.