Yet, I’ve got a strong feeling that no matter what Reverend Jeremiah Wright says, that it won’t be enough to sway or change the minds of those who hate him. Spewing hate in the very name of whom they profess their love for and the message that he represents – God.
I can’t help but wonder, (I don’t give it to much thought) because trying to figure out the mindset of the religious or the Christians would probably send me into a tailspin. Yet, since Rev. Wright’s greatest hits was first aired provoking God’s people and our patriots into a total outrage do you think they hate God, as much as they hate him? I do wonder sometimes.
They are angry over his use of the words ‘God Damn America’. However I question rather of any these people have read the book of Revelations? And, if they have – okay do you believe it?
It’s certainly not a book where God is saying, ‘I will soon come to fix you a cup of tea with honey and while I’m at it I will bake you – your favorite cake. When he gets here for those who aren’t saved and from the Laws that were written none of us will be, it’s not humanly possible. But he is going to damn this nation. He is going to destroy this world. You’ll even find yourself walking knee high in blood through the streets. There are so many promises of how God is going to damn those (who choose to believe) in the final days. The one I cited might be the kindest of them.
So do they hate God, as much as they hate Reverend Wright? If anyone really has a problem with Reverend saying, God is going to damn America this nation or this world – I say take it straight to God. It’s in his message that can be found in the book of Revelation.
And, last since I’ve never blogged or written about this I wonder what sets apart Reverend Wright and Senator Barack Obama in comparison to Pastors John Hagee, Rod Parsley and the senators that are endorsed by and follow them?
What is the difference between Reverend Jeremiah Wright and those who speak ill words of hatred towards him? None! If you believe in the Bible then believe all of it. A sin -is a sin – is a sin… I’m glad I don’t follow organized religion.