Mobs are screaming, commentators are speaking, windows are breaking, monuments are falling, inventory is evaporating, buildings are burning, and lives are being ruined. It is a day of anger and anarchy in the United States of America. The Democrats just keep throwing bombs at us — one disaster after another by continuing the Obama coup.
Trump signs executive order on religious freedom, as DC archbishop slams Trump visit to Catholic shrine.
The Rev. Susan Rothenberg lives a few houses away from the church where she is “a” pastor and she yelled to Trump that he wasn’t welcome as he stopped for a moment of prayer at one of the sites. This is what happens when hormones enter the fray. Don’t think “The Rev” applies to her – this is nothing but disgust.
Can this person be a radical Democrat and a church leader at the same time?
Well, what does Jesus think as he looks down upon the current crisis erupting throughout our land?
Can you believe some of these church leaders who are preaching hate amid all of this chaos?
I believe Jesus is filled with intense sorrow, righteous indignation, unfathomable grace, and fair justice, and I think we/they should endeavor to do the same.
And these supposed leaders wonder why people are “falling” away from attending church. She needs to practice what she preaches.
Amid the crisis, the President was setting an example by seeking help by going to a church to pray. I thought churches were always open to help people during a crisis. The fake news media as usual called it a “photo op.” Do any of us know what is in the President’s heart – a man who left his rich lifestyle to engage the Democrat Obama evil in our government and donates his monthly salary to charity?
Again, I believe Jesus is filled with intense sorrow, righteous indignation, unfathomable grace, and fair justice, and I think we/they should endeavor to do the same.
A first step would be an apology from those people who “cast these stones.” They don’t own these churches.