Video on ‘How Christians should respond to suffering & persecution (whether it be Saeed Abedini, ourselves, or others)’

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This goes against the grain of our Americanized westernized emergent Christianity. But those of us that live in the USA must think more like Christ, and less like Americans. When we can fully comprehend that, then we will be more like His bride.

Update: The first comment to this video was that there’s “nothing wrong with being happy a fellow Christian’s were released.” I didn’t want to make a political thing out of this video. But I am not happy that so many Christians displayed weakness and a lack of faith and trust in the Lord over this. I am not happy that this compromised the Iranian Arms Deal. I am not happy that we exchanged their terrorists for our prisoners. I am not happy that we lifted our sanctions on Iran. I am not happy that will financially assist them in building nuclear weapons. I am not happy that we placed Israel (and others) in further grave danger. I am not happy that…

Let us not trust in Barack Hussein Obama, Hillary Clinton, or John Kerry. Let us to trust in the Lord.

“The LORD on my side; I will not fear: what can man do unto me? The LORD taketh my part with them that help me: therefore shall I see [my desire] upon them that hate me. It is better to trust in the LORD than to put confidence in man. It is better to trust in the LORD than to put confidence in princes. All nations compassed me about: but in the name of the LORD will I destroy them” (Psalm 118:8-10).

For my original 2013 blog post on Saeed, click here.

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One Response to Video on ‘How Christians should respond to suffering & persecution (whether it be Saeed Abedini, ourselves, or others)’

  1. Bill Rhetts says:

    Is it an affront to God when so many professed Christians refer to a ‘pastors’ unrepented adultery, sexual immorality, pornography, and/or spousal abuse as “issues.” God the Father did not kill His Son because of our “issues.” He crucified Him and poured out His wrath upon Him because of our wicked sinful transgressions against God.

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