Ray: Listen to this very powerful message regarding the United States current drive toward eliminating all reference to God in the public square. The same warning should be headed in Canada and by all nations for that matter. (Follow the link as I was unable to get the video to embed in this website.)
As always we would like to know what is your opinion. Please make your comments here.
WASHINGTON – The prophetic words delivered in 1789 by President George Washington in his first inaugural speech echoed loud and clear Wednesday evening in the chamber of the U.S. Capitol’s Statuary Hall – this time in the voice of Rabbi Jonathan Cahn, author of the best-selling “The Harbinger.”
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2014/05/harbinger-rabbi-smile-of-heaven-removed-from-america/#YkV4HztI2oI4tkEH.99
Ray: Crown Rights Publications has just released their film “Babies Are Murdered Here”. Apparently over 10,000 hits were made on youtube within 24 hours of its being posted. We recommend you watch this video and we welcome your comments here.
I disagree with one comment in the video. Babies who are murdered go directly to heaven they do not go directly to hell as the preacher in the video intimated. He said he was saving babies from going to hell. The doctrine of the age of innocence is that there is an age of accountability for our eternal destiny by which God holds us accountable for our sins. Yes all are born in sin including newborn babies, but the message of the Bible is that Christs righteousness may be imputed to us and our unrighteousness may be imputed to Christ if we put our trust in Him. The innocent who have not the ability yet to do so are protected by Him. David when his child died after birth said I will go to be with him (in the after life). We do not think David meant he was going to an afterlife in hell when he said this.
Offer your comments on this most important topic. God Bless.
Ray: We haven’t discussed this topic so far on our website. I thought I would repost a youtube video that was recommended to us which is a documentary styled video with the interviewer Ray Comfort. I would welcome your comments on this video. Perhaps we can start a discussion of our own about this. Do you think that Ray Comfort is correct in his analysis? Do you think he should approach people the way he does to ask them personal questions the way he does? In Canada if you are a Canadian, do you think that Christians should have the right to approach people the way that Ray does to ask them about their beliefs? Do you think that if your beliefs are challenged in this way that a “Hate Crime” has been committed? I ask this because our Land in Canada is filled with Hate / Think crime tribunals and kangaroo courts currently who think it is their business to protect your rights against the rights of others, including the rights of unborn children.
Please watch this video and give us your comments.