Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Pastor John Hagee on Obama


Message to ALL Christians in America from Pastor John Hagee of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas.

Greetings to all of our Salt Covenant Partners and friends across the nation and around the world.

First, I want to express my profound appreciation to President Barak Obama for doing what all of the Republican candidates have not been able to do for months: he unified the Bible-believing church in America in one week over the issue of abortion.

When the President ordered the Catholic Church to provide contraceptives to prevent the birth of new life, he hit a nerve in the heart of every true Catholic and Evangelical.

Being a politician, he will attempt to compromise his position until after the election and then release the full power of government to force the church to obey the state.  Think about this!  If he made this bold statement before the election, consider how brutal he will be if he is re-elected!

I have said it before and I will say it again:  the election on November 6, 2012 for the office of President is the day of decision for America.  Four more years of Obama will bring absolute socialism to America.  Our children and grandchildren will never know the greatness of America that we have experienced.  THIS MUST NOT HAPPEN!

FORTY DAYS OF PRAYER

I am asking the Christians of America to join us in 40 days of prayer for this Presidential election.  These 40 days of prayer will begin on September 28, 2012.  You can do it individually or in groups, but prayer is the most powerful force God has given us to bring our nation back to righteousness.  I'll be saying more about this as the year progresses, but mark it on your calendar and start telling your family, friends, and church members NOW about the 40 days of prayer.

Sincerely,

Pastor John Hagee

If my people, which are called by my name, 
shall humble themselves, and pray, seek my face,
and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear
from heaven, and will forgive their sin, 
and will heal their land.
2 Chronicles 7:14 

3 comments:

34210c9a-0a76-11e1-b0c9-000bcdcb2996 said...

I am experiencing dissonance looking at St Francis of Assisi above the US debt numbers on the left margin of your web page.

Since when does a man of God such as Rev Hagee inject themselves into politics? I don't think so.

I will not be voting for the Republican or Democratic candidates. They are both very flawed. And to pick the least damaging one is a flawed choice.

If I find an acceptable other-party candidate I will vote for them, otherwise I will write in NONE OF THE ABOVE.

34210c9a-0a76-11e1-b0c9-000bcdcb2996 said...

I am experiencing dissonance looking at St Francis of Assisi above the US debt numbers on the left margin of your web page.

Since when does a man of God such as Rev Hagee inject themselves into politics? I don't think so.

I will not be voting for the Republican or Democratic candidates. They are both very flawed. And to pick the least damaging one is a flawed choice.

If I find an acceptable other-party candidate I will vote for them, otherwise I will write in NONE OF THE ABOVE.

valli said...

to 34210c..... to write in none of the above is a vote for Obama. To vote for any other candidate is a vote for Obama. As to your dissonance, get over it, our nation is on the verge of being taken over and you are self-absorbed. As far as Rev. Hagee injecting himself into politics???? Well Mooshelle Obama gave a rather stirring and driven home speech to black pastors encouraging them to preach the Obama Gospel from the pulpit. I heard it with my little southern belle ears. Now, I realize Rev. Hagee isn't black, but isn't it little odd that it is okay for black pastors to preach the Obama Doctrine, but white preachers can't when the prez is both black and white....so if it good enough for Rev. Jackson, Rev. Wright, Rev. Farakahn, et al, then it is good enough for Rev. Hagee, Rev. Billy Graham, Rev. Franklin Graham, Rev. Rick Renner and many others on both sides of the color spectrum. But lets also throw in some Catholic Bishops, Priests, Cardinal Dolan, some Anglican Minister like Father Jack and then the Hispanic pastors and preachers and by all means include Muslim clerics. Then Mooshelle has served mission well making sure everyone has the opportunity to preach the Obama Doctrine from the pulpit. My guess is you are still miffed that Ron Paul wasn't chosen and you don't want to vote for a Mormon or a Moron. Well, some of us just might like to hear what these Rev. have to say so can make a decision on how we will vote in November. So rather than nit-pic your time away, do something useful with it like pray for wisdom and guidance....if you know how to pray that is. If not, toss a quarter into the air and vote heads or tails. It isn't about party anymore, it is about the fate of the nation. You either understand that by now, or you need to really get onto the web and do some research to answers to your questions. If you don't make your vote count for the good of America, don't vote. Rather you stay home than give Obama a vote by default. Time to pull up the big boy panties and get with it, or pack it up and move out while you can. May I suggest Cuba, N. Korea, or Venezuela.....I hear dictatorships are great if you love communism.....so do us all a favor and either get on board or jump ship.....and Pastor Hagee has the rights....just ask Mooschele!!!! ;)