Saturday, August 27, 2005

President Bush: does the blood cover him?

For real y’all. I think something is up with this. It seems like no matter how much people hate him and protest against him, none of their weapons are harming him. In fact, it seems like those who try to attack him, something bad ends up happening to them instead.

Things that make you go hmm. So, I quit talking bad about him.

I hope that we will all join together to pray for all of our leaders regardless if we like them or not. I think the presidents from here on out will only get worse anyway as the end of time nears.

Just a thought. Has anyone else noticed this? Or, am I over thinking the issue?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't know Kidd Grown. I hasten to think that Bush is covered by the blood, but rather by the genius of Carl Rove. Rove and the Republican Party strategists have out-duped everyone. The Clinton affair and moralistic flaws it exposed in politics (unfortunately the Democratic party) in conjunction with 911 helped to create the jugernaut we are now witnessing. I respect other's opinions, but I always wondered if people really thought Bush was THAT concerned with gay-marriage. Is it just me or did Bush's 'quick after the election' announcement not to pursue laws against gay marriage go under the radar.
How does this go over with those that rallied around him primarily because of his purported stance on family values? I question whether God would cover a man that plays with his word and his people for a political agenda that is self-serving. Just my two-cents. The saddest thing to me about this administration is that because of the Iraq war if you question the motives of Bush and his administration you are seen as un-patriotic.

2:33 PM  
Blogger Kidd Grown said...

Well, you make some very good points. I cannot say that I trust anything the Washington Post puts out though. They are worse than the NYT. Check out the Mark Cuban article. Can we really trust the media? Seriously? They are the ones we should be protesting.

I believe the President Bush is a believer though. So it's not my place to question his sincerity. Only God knows the heart. If he professes it, then I believe him. He’s never said anything to denounce that Jesus is the Christ. He has made some decisions that I do not agree with, but he has made others that I do agree with. That’s typical though. That’s our system, and if we don’t have faith in it, then we should get more involved in the process (politically, physically and financially) to change it. That means get beyond marches and sit-ins. They don’t work anymore. What is the answer? I don’t know, but I do know is that ain’t it.

What I do know is that if God is NOT protecting him, then something of a serious demonic evil is. The devil is a lie! I don’t believe this one bit. If so, then we REALLY need to be praying not just for Bush but for all of us. I believe that this country (as grim as its history may be) was and is established on faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.

There are too many Christians all around the world praying for our country and our president. Praying for God’s perfect will, whatever that may be (rather we agree with it or not). I believe that God honors these prayers. He says it in his word that he will heal our land if we humble ourselves and pray and turn from our wicked ways. We should pray for all our government officials – for integrity, wisdom, understanding, knowledge, discernment, humility, and vision.

The fact is that our soldiers are dying. So, I personally do not agree with war protests in times of war because there is no point. War is inevitable rather you are the oppressor or the oppressed. This doesn’t make it right, but it is the hard cold truth. We pray for world peace, but really there is no such thing. There is a season and a time to every purpose under Heaven (war included). My opinion is that we should pray for a swift end and for the betterment of mankind after the war has ended. Nothing is too hard for our God. He is the King of Glory!

Thanks for your honesty and comment. I do appreciate it you sharing. I hope that you will continue to do so.

6:47 PM  

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