Obama's arrogant hate of God's Word

The fake savior of the world is at it again. On the surface else he’s the smiling portrait of religious cool, presidentiality and leaderosity. But when it comes to homosexuality he becomes uber-arrogant and snobbish; fearful of the homosexual activists who act as if they are waiting outside his bedroom door at night to break in on him. (see the sodom story).

Reminding homosexual activists that he summoned to the White House June 29th to proclaim and celebrate “gay pride month”, Barry Soetoro (his real name) told them he had written off the “worn arguments and old attitudes of those who believe homosexuality is wrong”. [video] The homosexuals were ecstatic to hear that. Incidentally, Obama passed on making a similar declaration for the one day National Day of Prayer.

Homosexuality is wrong because of one reason: God said it was an abomination. We take our marching orders from God, not a New York Times poll of the month. Its unfortunate that the church in America helped put this foolish child in office as he cannot see nor discern the massive sexual, emotional and relational deficiencies inbred into homosexual behavior.

Its telling that not one of the sorry, pansified church puppets on his Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships has stood up and defended God’s Word.

31 thoughts on “Obama's arrogant hate of God's Word

  1. I believe this is the culminating celebration of President Obama's proclamation of the month of June as "Lesbian,Gay, Bi-sexual and Transgender Pride Month," where he welcomed them to their White House and promised to be their ally, friend, supporter and that he would fight with them and for them.


    "Never mind he disagrees with biblical teaching about homosexuality; he's black! Never mind he disagrees with biblical teaching about abortion; he's black! Never mind he's said openly that the black church is "wrong about homosexuality" and he's going to convince us about it; he's black! Never mind that he voted against a bill 3 consecutive times to protect the baby who has survived an abortion, but it can be left alone without care to die; he's black! Never mind that he's openly said that having a baby out of wedlock from a mistake (fornication) is "punishment" if the mother doesn't want it; he's black! Never mind that he wants to give illegal immigrants full citizenship rights as well as driver's license when blacks who are already citizens still don't have a permanent right to vote (we still need permission every 25 years); he's black!"

  3. The black church and the weak so-called black leaders (Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton & others) helped put this false messiah into office to unleash an unholy terror on this nation and more so on the people of God. And the "Faith-Based" puppets can't say anything because they more than likely voted for him. We are to pray for our leaders, but we also have a responsibility to call a spade a spade. Barak Obama does these things because he's unholy, unrighteous and profane. So his fruit follows.

  4. charzetta3,

    While ranting about how the black church and black leaders helped put President Obama into office, I think you forgot about all those black people who voted for him simply because of his skin color. Don't they share some of the blame too?

  5. Phoenixmd,

    I actually ran out of space and forgot to include my black people, whom I love so much. Thanks for reminding me of that. They definitely deserve a lot of the blame.

    Having a man in front of our eyes as our leader and also as the answer to a problem has always been an issue for mankind, including black people. It started in the garden when Satan persuaded Adam and Eve that they could be their own gods apart from the direction, instruction and influence coming from the one true God (Genesis 3). Israel asked for a king to go before them just like the other nations in 1 Samuel 9. And although pastors and other leadership roles were created by God for the edification of his body (Ephesians 4:11-12), we still put our trust and faith in them instead of in the Lord Jesus Christ who gave those people as gifts.

  6. And black people are the same way. It's a shame that it has become so much the mindset of christians (especially black christians) that they can't use the mind of Christ, which Paul says we have in 1st Corinthians 2 and vote our christian values and morals instead of voting our color. At a weekly bible study we have, a friend of mines mentioned that a black person on her job said "What have I done" when finally realizing what President Obama is about now. I'm glad her eyes opened, but he's in office now.

  7. Its really hard to distinguish between the two. Black folk in the church are voting pretty much identical to black folk not in the church.

  8. This is what happens when you vote for history and not about the issues. A sinner can’t vote against sinful issues when he/she’s practicing them [sin]. He [Obama] doesn’t care about God’s issues because he’s more interested in trying to please everyone. When we try to please men, we offend God. Obama can’t deliever us from our sinful nature. That’s Jesus Christ’s job, John 3:16. Adultrey is not a “right.” Abortion is not a “right.” Pedophila is not a “right.” Stealing is not a “right.” Killing is not a “right.” Homosexuality is not a “right.” Sin is not a “right.”

    Without Jesus Christ, man has no truth.

    The Truth can never be an opinion.

  9. Along with Pres. Obama being black, let us not forget that he is a nice man and very good looking. This vote was also heavily swayed buy money issue and I always thought that as Christians God would take care of us regardless?

    This is one situation that has really caused a lot of people to show their true colours. I know many tongue speaking, “deep” Chritians who voted for Barak Obama and the funny thing is many of them never vote democrat! I have also surfed the net and see how so many of the black Gospel artists have always been in his corner, having celebratory concerts and all that, making songs?
    I just dont know! what on earth is all this based on?

    Christians are first children of the Most High God and color discrimintion has never been about color but evil. Flesh and blood can never be the fight of the believer we must understand where the root of the evil stems from so we are not lead astray by carnal thinking.

  10. first i jus want to say i really thank god for this website!! it is a effective tool in busting the devil for his weak and easy to see strategies. every day i thank the lord for wisdom, knowledge, understanding, and discernment in these last days. I grew up in church and always had a good understanding of god, when oBAMANATION came on to the scene i wasnt saved but god was really tugging on my heart and pullin me in. i jus had an uneasy feeling about him even before i knew anything about his policies.he just rubbed me the wrong way. the night of his acceptance speech i gave my life to the lord, i know that god revealed things about him and the world to me that night that i had never cared to think about!! after hearing his policies and seeing how people were looking to him as some sort of savior i knew that what i was discerning was right! i personally feel as though he is the antichrist!! everthing that the word says regarding the last days is coming to pass!! it wont be long until we have a one world order!! but the true people of god should not fear these times at all, we are that much closer to being with our father

  11. John Adams quote: “We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and true religion. Our constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”

  12. Obama’s father was 1/7 black, 6/7 arab, by parentage…Obama isn’t our first black president, he is our first arab president.

  13. As days go by I am learning that I made a HUGE mistake in voting for him. I am ashamed, this man’s positions are totally against God’s word. There is no other way around it. My heart is so grieved that my friends and families still can’t discern that this man is not even a Christian.

  14. Pray for him…that is what we are called to do as children of the most High God…we are to pray…yes everybody has their thoughts about this and a “feeling” about that…pray and put him in the hands of God and lets get on with the business of spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ and living a life that is acceptable in His eyesight…standing up for the principals of God…folks we as human beings can not save President Obama…the heart of the King can be turned if we would HUMBLE ourselves and turn from OUR WICKED WAYS then HE will HEAL the land…lets put as much time into praying as we do reading these messages on this wonderful website…let’s be diligent with praying and fasting because SOME THINGS only come by praying and fasting…can we please do that?

  15. Cassandra yes we ought to pray. But please remember Jesus added “watch” to that. Watching means to be aware of what is going on so that you are not deceived. Dont just pray as if that will solve everything, and dont watch. Just a word to the hopefully wise.

  16. Amen to that last comment Pastor Foster!

    Watching is a command as well………..additionally the reason its brought up is because the president stated that he has a “Christian” faith. The moment he uttered words of that vain he had to be held to the same standards as every other Christian…………and that standard is the Holy Scriptures.
    So if he’s not living up to that standard we have to approach him if possible in regards to his hypocrisy and if he refuses to listen we have to make others aware of the situation so that they won’t be deceived!

    Lastly The Lord Jesus Christ and the Apostle Paul taught the brethren to beware of fals indivuals…..specifically the Apostle Paul did for three years……..I’m sure prayer was a “part” of this but information and training was needed as well.

  17. i agree Pastor Foster and I agree villiam11. The two go hand in hand in order to know what to pray for you have to be observant…discerning that which is not of God…it is a responsibility for us to make people aware…so after the awareness is made and people become knowledgeable what should they do then…i guess that’s what I want to hear more of…for instance…if one is already praying for the situation and they know specifically what to pray for because you have made them aware of the deception…what should they do next? Villiam you spoke of approaching him…i know there are letters that can be written to him…but what else do you suggest Pastor Foster…other than not voting for him again in 2012…what do you suggest we do now that we have been made knowledgeable

    thanks for the rebuttal…i appreciated it…and the points were well received

  18. Exactly, prayer alone is not the key and many times “just pray” is a cop out when people dont want to admit to truth or are afraid of confrontation. God also told both Joshua (joshua 7:10) and Moses (Ex 14:15) to stop praying and do something. We must be aware or we are fooling ourselves. The greater part of this is the realization that Christians(black mostly) did not stand up for their biblical principles and who “we” were praising God for has become an advesary of those who voted for him. We dont wrestle against flesh and blood but the devil is not partial as to who he would use. So as yes lets pray but be aware and make others aware so we are not tossed around and won over by the trickery of the devil.

  19. “prayer alone is not the key and many times “just pray” is a cop out when people dont want to admit to truth or are afraid of confrontation.” I am SOOOOOOOOOO very glad you said that. I have been thinking of precisely the same thing regarding this and many other crucial topics facing Christians at this time (the latest one at the moment is concerning the validity of the widely circulated e-mail concerning Michael Jackson being led to Christ shortly before his death–sorry for the diversion). It’s a lukewarm response when situaitons call for a definitive stance in either one direction or another. I am glad that those whom voted for Obama in November are coming to their senses now regarding his beliefs, associations and activities. It’s really about time.

  20. “…if one is already praying for the situation and they know specifically what to pray for because you have made them aware of the deception.”

    Casandra, I wasnt coming down hard on you or anything, but I have a wastebasket full of “just pray” admonitions, yet the same folks will not speak out against things that are spiritually killing others because of ignorance. That was my frame of reference.

    There’s a whole lot to be said about the equality of prayer and action.

    If one is praying, God **generally** directs the person into action. If one is acting and gets “stuck”, the Holy Spirit will direct them to pray and seek God, which will then lead to more action.

    We believe, but most times when we lack knowledge prayer becomes a cover for one’s fear of confrontation. There is absolutely nothing wrong with prayer or action (what Im doing here) but our motivations must be examined.

    I hope that helps some.

    Specifically, the only thing we can do about Obama is not vote for him again and educate others [Christians] as to why they shouldnt. Will that solve all the problems in this country? No. But we can be confident we are not aiding someone who we KNOW openly despises God’s word.

    Also check this out.

  21. Thank you again…interesting article. Thanks for sending the link to me. I will do that in my prayer time…and I do agree..at times we say just pray and many people use that as a cop out because they do not like conflict or confrontation…

    let me ask you something…do you think the Presidents heart could turn due to prayer…

    do you believe that God can change him right in the very office that he holds…just interested in what you think

    and oh I did not take offense to your response earlier and I did not feel as if you were “coming down on me”…i appreciate the insight and the information you provide

  22. I dont know of one single government leader since the church was birthed where there is some documentation proving his or her heart was “turned” due to the prayers of the saints. And we have been admonished to pray for leaders since the early days of the church. There have been cases where even when the saints prayed (ing), God still allowed a wicked leader to reign and do much damage(Nero, Diocletian, Hitler, US slave-era presidents,et al). Eventually things changed for the better. Some of it took war to change it.

    I dont believe that “prayer changes things”. I believe that prayer changes (transforms) people and people change things. That means as we pray, we pray into God’s will and he uses us to manifest his will on earth as it is in heaven. God is not a man who can be moved by the whims of our desires when they are not in line with his will. James 4:2,3 calls that praying “amiss”. And more than often our prayers are selfish and self serving as opposed to truly praying “let thy will be done”.

    That is not to say that effective, fervent prayers of the righteous have not instituted change in people or things by the supernatural, wonder working power of God. Im certain it has. I mean all things are possible to them that believe. But even that is encased withing the will of God. But its a little backwards to vote a person into office with all the information available on their beliefs and they pray and ask God to change him. That’s like marrying someone with a bad lifestyle and then praying that they will change once they marry you.

    Prevention is much better than a cure.

  23. Great comment Pastor,

    I have asked myself this question also, if we can pray and ask God to change Pres. Obama. Yes God does tell us to pray and obey those in authority that we would live peaceable lives but I dont see where it says pray for ones salvation, that is more on them hearing the truth. I have a question, if one claims to be a Christian and has gone to church most of their life, undoubtedly hearing the message of salvation that Jesus is the only way and that same person rejects the divinity of Christ, saying that Jesus is not the only way, can such a person be prayed for effectively?

    Phil 3:17Brethren, be followers together of me, and mark them which walk so as ye have us for an ensample.
    18( For many walk, of whom I have told you often, and now tell you even weeping, that they are the enemies of the cross of Christ:
    19 Whose end is destruction, whose God is their belly, and whose glory is in their shame, who mind earthly things.)
    20 For our conversation is in heaven; from whence also we look for the Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ:

    1 John 2:18-20 (King James Version)
    18 Little children, it is the last time: and as ye have heard that antichrist shall come, even now are there many antichrists; whereby we know that it is the last time.
    19 They went out from us, but they were not of us; for if they had been of us, they would no doubt have continued with us: but they went out, that they might be made manifest that they were not all of us.
    20 But ye have an unction from the Holy One, and ye know all things.

    Struggling in sin is on thing because the bible tells us that the more spiritual should the restore those but a denial of Christ as the only way to heaven in no doubt the spirit of the antichrist.

    God Bless!

  24. Struggling in sin is one thing because the bible tells us that the more spiritual should restore those, but a denial of Christ as the only way to heaven is no doubt the spirit of the antichrist.

    God Bless!

  25. Hi Paul, yeah I was thinking of that —praying for his salvation– while I was reading Cassandra’s question, but I didnt address that.

    But you picked it up. Yes, we should pray that God save Obama. It not God’ desire that any should perish, but its not a one-sided salvation. However some who voted for him think he is already good and saved.
    I agree with you that if you do not believe salvation is through Christ alone, which I think (based on his public declarations of his religion) Obama does not subscribe to, he cannot be saved until he does accept that as truth.

    Obama is a religious pluralist, something he probably picked up from his globe-trotting mom and his 20 years under Jeremiah Wright’s bastardized “black liberation theology”.

  26. Agree Pastor Foster,

    Like you I cannot see where Pres. Obama is saved, one who is saved CANNOT say that there are many ways to God but unfortunately I have ran into many “Christians” who say otherwise and I wonder and am puzzled how one could fo to Church and deny that as the core of our faith. If that is not true of Christ being The Way, What would be the point?

    “Obama is a religious pluralist, something he probably picked up from his globe-trotting mom and his 20 years under Jeremiah Wright’s bastardized “black liberation theology”.”

    I see. I have a question for you regarding this “black liberation theology” beacuse something has been irking me big time recently during this MJ media thing that has been going on. Whats is your take on Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton being so involved? and isnt it a joke that you hear them talk a lot about black/white issue but never hear Christ? is Christ reserved for Chrsitians?

    One more thing, I know you comment on gospel songs what is your take on the Mary Mary song “God in me”, I have questioned it.

    Thanks for all your hard work!

    God bless!!!

  27. Thank you again for the responses…both Pastor Foster and Paul N. I pray that God open our eyes but we play a part in this as well we must read,understand,and interpret His word…study to show myself approved…rightly dividing…please pray for me…I do not want to lead anyone astray and so many are being led astray by unsound doctrine…a doctrine that tickles ears…i am on the wall…

    to Paul N…Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton…they have strayed from their biblical foundation like alot of folks that have “made it” have…

    Check out Jason Upton for excellent worship music…

  28. Cassandra, I know you will be alright as It is easy to see that you have a desire for The LORD.

    I will continue to pray for you and I pray now that The LORD will use you greatly!

    We need sites like this that make is aware in these evil last days. I come here to stay sharp on events that previous to coming n here I knew nothing about. I see too much Pastors saying everything is gonna be alright (yes in Christ) as if the world is gonna get better but if we read scriptures we know that the signs of today are signs of worse to come and no amount of prayer or claiming will change that fact, IT IS WRITTEN! We must not be afraid because Jesus has overcome the world but we cannot and must not bury our heads in the sand and give messages irrelevant to the times and the truth as we see it in the word.

    God bless you sis!

  29. Thank you for your words of encouragement. I will surely keep this website in my favorites sections…God bless you and may He continue to strengthen and enlighten you…

  30. Praying and fasting is not for the other person, it is for you as far as I can see it. It is to get doubt out of the way from what I have understood from others. The disciples came up against something that was too big for their faith and they needed to get a little deeper in Christ.
    I don’t think anyone on here has a problem with homosexuals as being in need of Salvation, the problem is the attack on the church to accept it. This has been said many times, we have to watch and pray. We must be aware of what is happening.
    Robin, how do you know if people on this site pray for the gay community or not?

  31. Well, if the preachers in the church would have stood up and said not to letting these people run rampant in the church then I thing Obama would not be so comfortable in doing what he is doing.

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