Sunday Devotional: God is not a wimp

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Jesus expels money changers1
So often, trolls come on FOTM and deploy Obama’s political mentor satanist Saul Alinsky’s rule #4‘s “Make the enemy live up to their own book of rules” on us, by invoking OUT OF CONTEXT Jesus’ injunction to “judge not,” as if Christ our Lord actually means for us not to distinguish right from wrong. On the contrary, He abhors the “lukewarm” — the fence-sitters who stand for nothing, being neither hot nor cold. (See “Why we must admonish the wicked“)
The trolls depict Christians as pacifists whose faith obliges us to do nothing in the face of evil.
How wrong they are.
The next time, a malicious troll resorts to that trick, just remind them that God, in the person of our Lord Jesus the Christ, is not a wimp. And neither are we.
Jesus drives money changers

John 2:13-16

Since the Passover of the Jews was near,
Jesus went up to Jerusalem.
He found in the temple area those who sold oxen, sheep, and doves,
as well as the money-changers seated there.
He made a whip out of cords
and drove them all out of the temple area, with the sheep and oxen,
and spilled the coins of the money-changers
and overturned their tables,
and to those who sold doves he said,
“Take these out of here,
and stop making my Father’s house a marketplace.”

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“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” –Edmund Burke (1729-1797), Irish political philosopher and the father of modern conservatism.

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0 responses to “Sunday Devotional: God is not a wimp

  1. FOTM = Souls On Fire! This is always a trick of those that know not God. This is how I ended a post last evening Re: Progressive Globalist Elite Revolution and Society:
    I do not tell you these things that you might stop them. You cannot, I cannot.
    These are the things we were given to know would occur by people doing the bidding of the god of this world, having rejected The Lord of Lords, King of Kings, Our Messiah, Jesus Christ [The Revelation of Jesus Christ]
    8 For whether we live, we live unto the Lord; and whether we die, we die unto the Lord: whether we live therefore, or die, we are the Lord’s.
    11 For it is written, As I live, saith the Lord, every knee shall bow to me, and every tongue shall confess to God. -Romans 14: 8 and 11
    Indeed, The Word concurs…No Wimp 🙂

    • 8 For whether we live, we live unto the Lord; and whether we die, we die unto the Lord: whether we live therefore, or die, we are the Lord’s.
      Thank you, Greg. ♥

    • “Look, I am coming soon, and my reward is with me, to repay everyone as their deeds deserve.” Revelations 22:12

    • Not to mention the Father about the Philistines: “I shall perform frightful acts of vengeance and inflict furious punishments on them; and they will know that I am Yahweh, when I exact my vengeance on them.” Ezekiel 25:17 (actual, not the gospel according to Quentin Tarantino)

  2. Excellent post! This just might be my favorite bible story. How ironic that it occurs now, just after the election, in which thousands of patriots fastened their own whips and drove the devils from office.

  3. There’s actually a mildly humorous turn possible on this:
    “Whenever someone asks you ‘What would Jesus do?’ remind him that flipping over tables and chasing people with a whip is within the spectrum of possibilities.”

  4. The mere fact that Jesus Our Lord stood there for some five to ten minutes fashioning a cord indicates premeditation to me: He saw what was going on, He knew immediately it was wrong, and he stood there fashioning a whip. His Faculties of Judgment were immediate and certain, and He was going to “Lay down the Law,” as we are wont to say.
    This was the definitive moment: Once the Pharisees heard of this news, they resolved, at once, to kill him.
    Two things come to mind: The conspiracy that wrought the Federal Reserve has done essentially the same thing as those money-changers did. (Only the appearances were different).
    And something else is going on: I know that Jesus has fashioned a whip for me if I do not repent.
    We are in a war, all right. It is a war that absolutely must be won at all costs! We must judge, we must do so quickly, and we must be certain in our judgment. Without God, the war is utterly hopeless. (And not to “troll,” but this is why I believe that the Second Vatican Council is… Let me rephrase that: I believe Pius XII was the only good Pope in my lifetime. I’ll put it that way).


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