Last night, Alex and I watched a Fox special about 9/11, and we remembered. Do you remember where you were when you found out? I was getting ready for my second day of work at the soup kitchen in Durango, Colorado, and I could not believe my eyes. It was so much information at one time, and all of it was beyond bad; it was evil. I am heartbroken to this day that we might have stopped this had we not been so tolerant. I am also really tired of hearing churchgoing people talk about loving everybody and “It's not my job to judge” and “Jesus was tolerant, so I should be too.” Jesus was not tolerant—or least not the Jesus in the Bible. Jesus got mad, Jesus pointed out people’s sin and if people were willing to believe and sin no more, they were healed. In John 5:6, Jesus asked the man at the pool of Bethzatha, "Do you want to be well?" The man could have said, "No, I like being ignorant." Read it and see what the man does.
I feel like when you are touched by Jesus and healed, you have an obligation to tell the story. It's like the veil has been lifted from your eyes and you can see in a way that you haven't been able to before. Satan is the very opposite of Jesus. Everything that he does, from giving Eve the apple to hardening your heart against your neighbor, is very close to the work of the Holy. That's why we get confused, because we think it's OK. People who think that all religions worship the same God are caught in this lie that the devil is building. Anyone who calls anything but the word of God “holy” is under the veil. If you have not read the Koran, I would suggest you do it before you start getting into conversations with anyone about love and forgiveness. You need to know who your enemy is before you can fight it. The Koran doesn't talk about loving your enemy. It talks about “killing the Zionist and people of the book.” Do you know who that is? Followers of the Word, Jesus the Christ. Islam advocates racial violence. That's why they sided with the Nazis, why they hate the Jews and they hate the infidels. While the USA may not be at war with Islam, you can bet your bottom dollar they are at war with us. Maybe not the United States as a nation, because we aren't a Christian nation any more, but followers of the word better watch out, cuz persecution is coming.
I guess the thing that gets me is when people say, "Jesus tells us to love our enemy," They are forgetting that he also called a spade a spade. When He came across a demon, that's what He called it—not a misguided, confused being. He loved the person, but that person was under the control of Satan, and for the love of that person, He called that demon out. Think about it. We loved our German brothers and sisters, but we had to stop the Nazis didn't we? All I'm saying is open your eyes and do some research of your own. Are you really going to trust what the media and government are feeding you? Do you really like the taste of Kool-Aid that much? The crazy preacher in Florida may be just that, but he's calling a spade a spade, and he's doing the only thing he can think of to show how he feels. As Americans, it's our First Amendment right to be able to speak what's on our minds. It's one of the things that made this country great. Maybe before we burn books, we should read them.