A Pagan Prayer in Congress

Rep. Emanuel Cleaver

How is this guy’s prayer not an abomination?

Rep. Emmanuel Cleaver, before he closed his Congressional prayer with the absurd “Amen–and a woman”, also spoke these words.

“We ask in the name of the monotheistic God, Brahma–” Brahma is a god in the polytheistic Hindu pantheon–“and God known by many names and faiths” (https://thefederalist.com/2021/01/06/why-amen-and-a-woman-is-far-worse-than-it-might-seem/).

What does God say?

“I am the LORD: that is my name: and my glory will I not give to another, neither my praise to graven images” (Isaiah 42:8).

It’s dangerous to hand a country over to fools and criminals, but that’s exactly what we’ve done, and we will surely suffer for it. The United States might not survive as anything more than a name on a map. We hear God’s name bandied about among bubbling inanities–and no one protests, no one minds. We ask Him to stand up for us, but do we stand up for Him?

No. We trot out “Clergy for Choice,” as if we were daring Him to smite us.

Well, maybe He has.

7 comments on “A Pagan Prayer in Congress

  1. I read that somewhere yesterday. Isn’t that the most egregious sin! These people are really asking for it, and in due time, they will reap the consequences. They and all their “millions of years” blather, and now this. Of course, if you do not believe God really lives in eternity, manages everything in His universe; Of course, if they choose to believe that insanity, they can choose to believe and push on others their twisted views.
    Heaven, help us before we are all destroyed.

  2. Another thing I noticed this morning: in the Congress chambers, dozens of politicians, and undoubtedly a number of other people, not one repeat NOT ONE person was wearing a mask. Of course, mask wearing is just one more display of their own greatness, and the mask is for the peons.

  3. This man is supposedly a Christian minister. Surely, somewhere along the line he must have run across the First Commandment. I sincerely hope he repents — publicly, since he sinned publicly — before he has to face God at the Judgment.

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