Wednesday, October 31, 2012

What Huckabee Did Not Say "Vote For Obama And Go To Hell"

I heard a radio host say this morning that "Huckabee is being quoted all over the internet that "If you vote for Obama, you are going to hell." Of course, the liberal host did not check out the quote but merely mimicked the Daily Kos, Slate, Democratic Underground,  and a host of  other lying liberal outlets.I had a chance to call the host and rebuke him - in a Biblical manner, of course.

Huckabee did say, simply, ""Your vote will affect the future and be recorded in eternity." This benign, vanilla comment was taken badly by the left as some sort of warning, that people will be judged by what they do in this life, before God, before entering, or not entering, into an eternal life with God, as promised by Jesus Christ to  believers - a basic tenant of the Christian faith.

The Left, the authors of atheism and communism, have no qualms about promoting Islam and its fundamentals around the world, especially the Arab Spring, but Christianity is their greatest enemy. Christians merely tell people, according to the Gospels, what Jesus said, " Truly, truly, I say to you, He that hears my word, and believes on him that sent me, has everlasting life, and shall not come into condemnation; but is passed from death to life.".John 5:24 The obvious conclusion is that you will not have eternal life (as opposed to eternal condemnation) if you do not believe in God via the Way, The Truth, and The Life.

So, what's all the hubbub?  Atheists tell you there is no God to answer to, and Muslims will behead you if you speak against Allah or Mohammad. Christians, in general, do not riot or terrorize, like Communists and Muslims, if someone ridicules Jesus. Our God is a God of mercy - His mercy endureth forever - but not so the commies and muslims, or peripheral communsits like the American and European Left.

They will send you to a Gulag or behead you. We merely proclaim the Good News that one does not have spend eternity away from God.In fact, even now, we can enjoy what the Bible calls a portion of the Kingdom of Heaven on earth, ie., righteousness, peace, and joy in the Holy Spirit. Amen.