Thursday, August 4, 2011

Politicians in the Pulpit Are Never a Good Idea



Benjamin Netanyahu Speaking
to the Calvary Chapel
, Fort
Lauderdale (Photo/Koenig)


If you are in a church, and there is a parade of politicians coming through at the higher echelons, then you need to rethink, is that church actually teaching the word of God, or are they part of the world domination system for deceit?

Well Netanyahu has met with the Pope too....

Interesting handshake...



Notice how Netyanhu in this news report calls the Pope a "moral figure" and a Bridge between all sides...and there he was at a different time, speaking at Calvary Chapel....

Here he speaks of having "deep esteem for the Pope"

I always find the comments of people from Israel on YNet news many of them Jews, when they make comments on the Pope, some of them are smart enough to know the Pope is NOT their FRIEND even if the Pope says a few nice things.

Ever seen a high level politician out there, that tells the truth about Rome?

5 comments:

Abbey said...

I see Ben is wearing his black suit as he and the pope share their "special" handshake. Another world leader thrilled to meet the pontiff.

I would find it very strange to be in church and have a politician speaking from the pulpit. On top of that, he's not a Christian. Then again it's a Calvary Chapel.

What is he doing there anyway? Trying to get those Evangelicals to give more money and support for Israel?

Bible Believer said...

I know they are always thrilled to meet the Pope, it's never a boring moment of usual diplomacy, but you can see it in their faces, and they always clasp his hands so eagerly and give him their full apt attention. Yes he is not a Christian, but Calvary Chapel is in so much with the false Christian Zionism, I guess it doesn't matter to them. Hey that is the main purpose he is there to *sell* Christian Zionism.

Anonymous said...

Just picture Paul or Peter having an unbeliever speaking to the churches anywhere. Just picture it. It would never happen.

Bible Believer said...

I agree, it's like them inviting Ceasar over to preach, just insane....

Anonymous said...

Amen! Anon. #1