The Noozy Floozies’ God

I really didn’t want to write about this, but the media keeps shoving it under my nose–and it stinks.

First consider the following, from the Bible: And upon a set day Herod, arrayed in royal apparel, sat upon his throne, and made an oration unto them. And the people gave a shout, saying, “It is the voice of a god, and not of a man!” And immediately the angel of the Lord smote him, because he gave not God the glory: and he was eaten of worms, and gave up the ghost. (Acts 12:21-23)

On Jan. 18, the online edition of Newsweek trumpeted this headline–The Second Coming–over a profile picture, a mug shot, of Barack Obama. Obviously the news-distorting media see this person as a god. They’ve done it before and they’re doing it now. You can see video of Al Roker, once a man who had some smatch of honor and integrity, carrying on like a 14-year-old groupie when he sees Obama.

Herod Agrippa claimed to be a Jew; but when the pagans from Tyre and Sidon hailed him as a god, he didn’t venture to correct them. We can easily imagine him smirking, until the angel of the true God smote him.

Obama claims to be a Christian, ROFL. But he hasn’t corrected any of these media morons who liken him to Christ. He just smirks and purrs. For the record, when Paul and Barnabas visited the city of Lystra, in Asia Minor, and the people of the city hailed them as the pagan gods Jupiter and Mercury come down to earth–and indeed were about to sacrifice some oxen to them!–the two apostles strenuously corrected the error. (Acts 14:11-18) : And with these sayings scarce restrained they the people, that they had not done sacrifice unto them (v. 18).

What do you suppose this jerk in the White House would do if some pagans from the media wanted to sacrifice a couple of cows to him?

In not protesting and rejecting these extravagant depictions of himself as Christ, Obama has committed a grievous sin for which he will be sternly judged.

I think his worshipers will be in trouble, too.

3 comments on “The Noozy Floozies’ God

  1. Oh, wow. After reading your post in my email, I clicked on the very next email and … Well, a little background. Oprah came to our fair city yesterday, packed the Saddledome and the people are swooning! But get a load of this post from our talk radio station’s afternoon host.

    “Our chilly weather warmed up a couple of degrees this week because of all the love surrounding a special visitor. Oprah Winfrey is known as the Queen of Talk but when you hear of the lives she’s changed and the people she’s motivated she should really be called a “God”.

    “I think the reason she is such a phenomenon is that fact our society is hungry for direction, for a purpose. We know North Americans have moved further away from religion over the last several years. No matter what your opinion on any religion from Christianity to Judaism to Islam, at the root of most faiths is a message of putting other peoples’ needs ahead of your own. Doing your best to make our world a better place.

    “One of Oprah’s key messages is giving back, finding purpose in the act of service. She’s been conveying that message for years, not from a pulpit but from a tv studio and she’s managed to tap into that hole that so many people have been looking to fill.

    Angela Kokott,

    Calgary Today”

    YIKES!

    1. Obviously the amoebas in the media are polytheists, able to worship any left-wing skraeling with a big, fat mouth. I think Miss Kokott has mistaken works of the flesh for salvation.

  2. For some reason, when I think of the signs Jesus gave for his return my mind wants to start at “wars and rumors of wars”, but the sign actually starts with false messiahs and a bit later, in Matt 24:11 it says “Many false prophets will arise and will mislead many.”

    I remember, to this day, the first time I saw the Oprah Winfrey show. My immediate reaction was; “Who died and left her in charge?” The question stands to this day. What qualifies this one person to influence the opinions of so many. Granted, she has smooth delivery and interviewing skills, but that does not equate to wisdom. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, just because something is on TV does not mean that it is worth paying attention to.

    As fr as Newsweek is concerned; they are beneath even contempt. At times I have read Newsweek, Time, US News & World Report, etc. but these days I wouldn’t use them to line the cage of a bird I respected.

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