Thursday, November 15, 2012

Governor Chrisite Admits Biblical Judgment: "I Am Waiting For The Locusts And Pestilence Next. . ."

Not certain if Chris Christie (notice the double Christian appellations)  was fully serious or half serious, but I think he has been listening to Someone.

I have often joked about the extreme liberalness of the Eastern Seaboard folks - for its  academics, for its worship of money, for being the center of liberal media, and not least, for producing Jersey Shore. I don't think Governor Chris Christie is completely joking when comparing his state's devastation to Biblical scale plagues.

No matter Who or what  the cause, we should never gloat in the misery/judgment of others.Can it be purely coincidental that Katrina, September 11, and Hurricane Sandy just happen to hit some of the most pagan places on earth? I don't profess to be Holier Than Thou, but there are Americans, like the ones who booed God in the Dems Charlotte Convention, who happily confess to be More Pagan Than Thou. "My soul yearns for you in the night; my spirit within me earnestly seeks you. For when your judgments are in the earth, the inhabitants of the world learn righteousness".Isaiah 26:9

America has fallen, and it cannot get up. The reelection of Obama proved that God-fearing Americans, appreciative of the Founding Fathers and the Constitution, have seen it all thrown to the wind, especially by Democrats, and disinterested Republicans.. I do see tens of thousands of New Yorkers  and Jersey people humbled by the unbelievable tragedy. It looks like a third world with mile long gas lines, streets filled with rubbish, water shortages, all sorts of  diseases floating about, and  scarcity of heat, food, fires, flooding, and destroyed housing. Increased shootings, muggings, and robberies add to the hellish environment.

The only "good" thing about the disaster is that it gave President Obama a last minute bump in the polls. Only a Democrat could think such a thing. Usually libs are much more subtle in their expression of hatred for mankind, while pretending to be humanity's protector. Joe Biden and Chris Matthews have been  the exceptional gaffe machines with the ability to say anything without repercussion.  One other entity profited from Hurricane Sandy - FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) offices in Staten Island were allowed to vacate (vacation?) their emergency offices "Due to weather."  To further add injury, FEMA was auctioning  prefabricated  mobile homes, even as Sandy was gathering off of the coast of New York. To complete the addition of injuries, the State of New York, is now wanting to prosecute utility companies for not being prepared. It may someday be publicly disclosed that utility companies are so regulated by public utility commissions, that it is impossible for them to improve the electric/power infrastructure, because of  heavy price regulations, as well as the EPA's governmental finger constantly poking into utility company operations.

I remember in 1985 and 1995 Pat Robertson summoned people to pray away hurricanes, for which he was laughed and mocked, although the hurricanes did steer away from Virginia Beach. And, no, I do not think Pat Robertson is infallible.  Today, I have not heard of anyone - even in the New York,New Jersey areas praying before or after the hurricane damage. Maybe its too late as in Jeremiah 14:11 "Then said the LORD unto me, Pray not for this people for their good. When they fast, I will not hear..." Or, In Ezekiel 14 "Though these three men, Noah, Daniel, and Job, were in it, they should deliver but their own souls by their righteousness, saith the Lord GOD.. . "Though these three men were in it, as I live, saith the Lord GOD, they shall deliver neither sons nor daughters; they only shall be delivered, but the land shall be desolate."

So, let the guffaws and jeers go forth from the God-booers (Democrat Convention), Salon, Daily Kos, Media Matters, and so on, but the good Lord can be pushed too far. The devastation in New York could occur anywhere, although not via hurricanes, only.Pestilence, the Sword, and Famine have been utilized countless times throughout history, and will be used again on countries which turn from God's love, and lust to do their "own thing," not knowing that, "There is a way that seems right to man, but ends in death."

I pray for all the victims of the latest natural onslaught from New York to New Jersey and points north, south, and west of Hurricane Sandy. I do not pretend to know all the mysterious ways of God, but I do know that His patience eventually runs out, and that He is primarily a God of mercy, and "Does not reward us according to our iniquity." Psalm 103:10  Many times, severe judgment can emanate from the incompetency of a government, ie., Excessive regulation of utilities which are hindered from fortifying their infrastructure, and the election of a man to government who has little respect for the ways of the Lord.