Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Obama Worried

Obama seems to be getting a little worried:

Listening to Barack Obama, it can seem like Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin is the main person standing between him and the White House instead of John McCain.

Obama is putting as much heat on Palin as he is on the man at the top of the GOP ticket, objecting to the Republican Party's portrayal of her as a reformer who can bring change to Washington.

It is "horrifying", or, at least to a liberal like Obama it is, whenever somebody of honest and noble character like John McCain and Sarah Palin steps up to the plate in defense of what is right for our country.

We've come to the point in our country now, where the lines are clearly drawn on what is right and what is wrong. September 11, 2001 has helped to do that, as an awakening of what is the truth. You know, over the past 40 years or so, children have been learning in public schools that there are no certain standards of right and wrong, and that they can just believe whatever they want to believe, and the most dangerous part of this ideology was that they should "believe in themselves" and reject God. As we well know, though, as we discussed yesterday from John 5:30 we are 'nothing' in servitude to ourselves. It is John McCain and Sarah Palin who understand this also, they understand that it's not themselves that they confide in, but in the one who gave His all for all people, and that's what John and Sarah want to follow, as Sen. McCain has said from the beginning...'Serve a cause greater than yourself.' And I couldn't think of any better way to serve a cause greater than yourself than serving Jesus Christ, and as this example would translate into the good of the American people.

So, I can understand why Obama would be worried, and he has good reason to be worried.

We push against the gates of hell, friends, and help others to see the differences in good and evil.

Whenever Obama is worried, just think of Satan as being worried, as he is the Prince of the this dark world.

Take heart, my friends, for Jesus has shed His precious light for those who are in need, and he is showing you the door to peace and making America a better place, He is showing this to you in Sen. John McCain and Gov. Sarah Palin. Please give them your vote this election '08.

God bless!

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