Muslims Attack Israel Again

Today, early in the morning, October 7, 2023, the last day of Tabernacles, is another day that will live in infamy. Most of the media are saying that Hamas attacked Israel, but that is an obfuscation. Hamas is just another Islamic terror organization just like Syria or Jordan or Saudi Arabia. They’ve been doing the dirty work for much of the Arab world since they started, and everyone knows it. The attempts to characterize this as just another terror attack are more lies in defense of Islamic nations that have the destruction of Israel as their number one priority. Just because they sign peace agreements doesn’t mean a thing. Their Koran encourages lying in the service of destroying Israel and any non-Muslim nation or people.

Of course, Israel asks for attacks too, because in general they are mostly secular and ignore God. They are also stupid enough to believe that Islam will ever make peace with them or anyone else. If the United States was smart, and our leaders mostly are not, they would turn many of those hostile nations into parking lots.

The illegitimate Biden regime has encouraged the Ishmaelites by knocking down our energy production, which had raised the U.S. to energy independence under the Trump administration, to the point where we are sending dollars to the terrorists to buy oil. Recently Bribery Biden had even sent large amounts of cash to the residents of Lebanon (self-styled Palestinians). What else did he think (assuming he thinks) was going to happen?

Israel needs to get its act together, repent and turn to God wholesale. They think they have reached this point by their own efforts, but no. The only way they could resurrect and survive is if God is with them. Now they need to realize it and get with God.

Shalom, Bruce

Judging with Righteous Judgment Pt. 1 – Losing Friends

I lost another friend recently. He decided after reading my book “Whole Bible Christianity,” which is full of righteous judgment or application of the Law, and a couple of emails about the practical applications, that he wasn’t a happy camper.

 

“I enjoy talking with you about Scripture; it is an entertaining, learning, and intellectual exercise. But I do not agree with your conclusions or your applications. I especially do not agree with your analysis regarding the church, others, or anything outside of Scripture.”

 

He hasn’t emailed me back after I responded to this and other things at the end of February. There wasn’t a single biblical argument he made in rebuttal, either to the book or my applications, so he just decided to call me a few names and cut it off.

 

This was after, of course, he lectured me extensively on “love,” especially on its unconditional aspects where God is concerned. I’m sure you can appreciate the irony. I disagreed with his version, which consisted pretty much of sentiment only, and argued for the Bible version, consisting of doing what God says. As with any clique, the church version lasts only as long as you push whatever agenda (doctrine, tradition, whatever) that particular church pushes. This explains his departure. So much for the church version of love. That kind of love believers don’t need. I much prefer God’s version, which keeps me a part of His household no matter what mistakes I make.

 

It wasn’t like I didn’t have abundant Scriptural proof of what I was saying. There are over 800 verses written out and hundreds of references for other verses too. It was just that he didn’t like it. That’s going to happen a lot when we are dealing with Bible subjects, and especially how they are used in righteous judgment for daily living. Law is love, and love is Law. Many people do not like the Law precisely because it is objective and clear. They want to keep doing what they are doing, and believing what they are believing. This makes their love suspect. The Law just gets in the way.

 

So one of the things we need to realize as we apply the Bible with righteous judgment, as Jesus tells us, is that we are going to lose friends. But if we are not losing “friends” then there is a good possibility that we are not really applying His Words at all, let alone with righteous judgment.

 

There is a war going on which God didn’t start. But He’s the one who is going to finish it. I have not picked the battle, but I HAVE picked which side I’m on.