‘You Christofascist, You’ (2017)

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What are the most pitiable words recorded in the Bible?

Easy! “We have no king but Caesar!” (John 19:15)

And don’t they hate Christ as Caesar’s rival!

You Christofascist, You

Our hope is in the Lord, which made heaven and earth (Psalm 121:2). Imagine if your one and only hope was in some worldly government. Actually, that’s really too horrible to imagine. In Pelosi we trust? Heaven forbid.

Our king is Jesus Christ, the Son of God, whose right it is to rule–His, and no one else’s–and whose authority we proclaim. A government not under God is only folly.

8 comments on “‘You Christofascist, You’ (2017)

  1. Yes, with all the evil in the world, it’s easy to fret and be depressed. I love King Jesus’ words in John 16:33: “But be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.”

    I’d let you know that the 2017 post’s link isn’t there.

    1. thanks for the heads-up. The post doesn’t make much sense without it!
      But that’s what happens when you’ve had zero sleep all right. It’s a good thing I wasn’t trying to disarm a bomb.

  2. I couldn’t agree more. If all we had to hope in was the things of this world, It would be total futility. We need to turn our eyes upon Jesus, as Alan Jackson’s song says.

  3. Jesus said in Luke 17;20 that the kingdom of God is not something that can be observed because it was in you. True Christianity grows through persuasion as humans are regenerated by grace. The visible expression of God’s government for man is decentralized and local. The Book of Judges shows examples of this when they were obedient to the covenant. As much as we may work through activism to see America repent and be restored to Christian morality, it is still up to God to build the house. God’s ways are a mystery but what adventure to try and find them out.

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