THE SERVANT GENERAL
THE FACE OF EVIL
May 20, 2015
Have you ever seen the face of evil? Here it is below.
We do have the enemy within, the liberal prelates and clerics
and nuns who favor homosexuality and acceptance of irregular
unions. They are sounding more and more like the worldly powers
that seek to overturn traditional morality and Judeo-Christian
Obama is the prime instrument of Satan in this work. He claims
to be a Christian, but favors a great deal that is unchristian.
He advocates work with the poor, but thoroughly neglects the
truly poor--the defenseless unborn in the womb, the women
who are victimized by a culture of licentious sex and pornography,
the elderly and incapacitated who are euthanized.
Make no mistake about it. Secular humanist forces, including
many western governments, seek to weaken or even stamp out
religion and the opposition to their totalitarian intentions
that come from people of authentic faith. Of special focus
of attack is the Roman Catholic Church, which generally still
adheres to traditional Judeo-Christian values. Make no mistake
about it. Severe persecution is coming.
Hillary Clinton, just as evil as Obama, has already signified
her intentions. As President she will forcibly change religious
beliefs against abortion. She has already labeled opposition
to homosexuality as akin to honor killings, widow burning
or female genital mutilation. Are these latter to be tolerated?
Will opposition to abortion then be tolerated? Don’t
It is then very unfortunate and tragic that Catholic prelates
in effect support such directions, by accommodating irregular
unions (cohabitation, divorce and remarriage, same-sex unions),
thus greatly weakening authentic faith.
Obama: Churches should stop focusing so much
on protecting life and marriage
WASHINGTON, D.C., May 18, 2015 (LifeSiteNews.com) –
Basing his comments on "my own Christian faith,"
President Obama told the Catholic-Evangelical Leadership Summit
that churches should spend less time focusing on abortion
and same-sex “marriage.”
During a panel discussion on poverty at Georgetown University
last Tuesday, Obama criticized
churches for how they engage politically, focusing on "divisive
issues" such as protecting life and preserving marriage.
The president said, "When it comes to what are you really
going to the mat for, what’s the defining issue, when
you’re talking in your congregations, what’s the
thing that is really going to capture the essence of who we
are as Christians, or as Catholics, or what have you, [poverty]
is oftentimes viewed as a 'nice to have' relative to an issue
While the Christian religion has rejected abortion since its
founding, and always considered homosexuality a grave sin,
traditionally no welfare state economic theory has been endorsed
by the Christian Church.
While campaigning for president, Obama lightly dismissed the
question of abortion, telling megachurch pastor Rick Warren
that knowing when human life begins was “above my pay
In contrast, the president argued last week that churches
would gain more followers if they embraced the “powerful”
idea of helping those in poverty. “I think it would
be powerful for our faith-based organizations to speak out
on [poverty] in a more forceful fashion,” he said.
The president also said that advocating the redistribution
of wealth is “vital to following what Jesus Christ,
our Savior, talked about.”
"I reject his premise,” blogger Stan Guthrie, an
editor at large at Christianity Today, commented.
“People of faith already
do far more for the poor than secular leftists.”
Obama's comments, he said, exemplified “unbelievable
ignorance on display." The unusual scene of a sitting
president criticizing churches for emphasizing traditional
doctrines opened the question of whether the
president and others on the Left intend to influence, cajole,
or bully Christians into altering their fundamental moral
beliefs. Obama's remarks came shortly after
presidential candidate Hillary
Clinton declared that religious beliefs against abortion "have
to be changed."
She had previously likened beliefs
that homosexuality is immoral to “ honor killings, widow
burning, or female genital mutilation .”
At the Georgetown forum, Obama admitted that focusing on poverty
to the exclusion of moral issues such as abortion would be
politically advantageous to Democrats in the next election.
Clinton is the front-runner to become the 2016 Democratic
Those churches which have emphasized issues like economic
redistribution or climate change have had the most precipitous
loss of members, according to a new Pew Research Center report
on the decline of Christianity in America.
In his remarks at Georgetown, Obama also criticized Fox News
for its reporting on welfare and government aid recipients,
declaring, "We're going to have to change how the media
reports on these issues."
Conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh said it was unacceptable
that “the biggest class warrior to ever occupy the White
House” spent his time blaming cable news outlets and
churches for the nation's sour economic climate.
“It's not at all his fault. It has nothing to do with
his [fiscal] policies,” he said. “It's the churches'
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