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Posted by Job on August 13, 2007
Personally, my fasting has seriously lapsed recently, and I need to re – initiate it. christianet.com/bible/fasting.htm
Posted by Job on August 13, 2007
If so, give an example of your lament prayer in a comment. I know that some say that lament psalms, especially those of the imprecatory nature, should not be said in the age of grace. I disagree. Here is the list of what are considered to be the Psalms of Lament that you can use as an example for your prayers:
12, 44, 58, 60, 74, 79, 80, 83, 85, 89, 90, 94, 123, 126, 129
3, 4, 5, 7, 9-10, 13, 14, 17, 22, 25, 26, 27, 28, 31, 36, 39, 40:12-17, 41, 42-43, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 59, 61, 64, 70, 71, 77, 86, 89, 120, 139, 141, 142
6, 38, 51, 102, 130, 143
35, 69, 83, 88, 109, 137, 140
Further: here is an excellent article on Psalms of lament: http://www.bible.org/page.php?page_id=2759
Posted by Job on July 3, 2007
Note: this is not just something out of the blue. It is in response to a devotional that I received from a ministry that I really respect: borntowin.net, based on Martin Luther King’s “I Have A Dream” speech that discussed the Christian aspects of it. Now Born To Win is not a superficial televangelism outfit, but a teaching ministry that deals with a lot of heavy Christian topics. So I felt that if a ministry like THIS is going around promoting the notion that King was positive for Christianity, then it such a notion is taking hold in fundamentalist religious Christianity as opposed to merely popular, cultural, or political Christianity, and therefore this issue needs to be examined.
It is known that King employed Stanley Levison as a speechwriter. If Levison did write part of the speech (which the link http://www.school-for-champions.com/speeches/king_dream.htm acknowledges as possible), then what should Christians make of the speech? And what does the fact that a Christian minister like King sought the ideas of atheist communists like Levison and jainists (an Indian religious tradition) like Mohandas “Mahatma” Ghandi (whose personal religious beliefs were reputed to be agnostic; Ghandi was said to have borrowed from various religious traditions, including Christianity, to create his political philosophy) make fundamentalist think about King? At the very least, we have to consider that this MAY be why the religious left (as well as the secular left and the “we hate Christianity” left) loves King so much.
Oh yes, and this Stanford’s King Encyclopedia Entry On Stanley link speaks of how much Levison was involved in the SCLC despite the SCLC’s proclamations that their laws prevented communists from “officially” joining. This link says that he was involved in ALL their activities: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanley_Levison
I propose that Martin Luther King’s main legacies are 1) mixing Christianity with jainism (syncretism … and we can go ahead and include mixing Christianity with atheist communism as well while we are at it) and 2) the notion that Christianity supports political subversion through nonviolent civil disobedience. Now claiming that 1) is ok is a nonstarter: what part of “thou shalt have no other gods besides me” do you not understand? But I am open to any counterarguments that claim that nonviolent civil disobedience was given to us by God under either covenant. (Please do not accuse me of opposing or being motivated by an opposition to the aims of Martin Luther King and the civil rights movement. Yes, I know that many of the aims of King and the civil rights movement were biblical. Some were not by the way … for instance King and abortionist Margaret Sanger of Planned Parenthood were great friends … when you consider that she also got along great with Hitler, amazing company Sanger kept, isn’t it? This is all about King’s METHODS, which included syncretism and political subversive tactics.) In light of that (and in light of the fact that it is reasonable to conclude that the very reason why I as a black man have the right to have a weblog to express these views in the first place is because of the success of the civil rights movement), what should Bible – believing Christians think of King and his legacy? I solicit and welcome all comments.
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Posted by Job on March 19, 2007
See link here. Obviously, the fear of the religious right in this instance is that anti – Christian school administrators will try to prevent Christian students from having prayer groups and Christian clubs, and from advancing Christian views in the student newspapers. With cases like this one, the religious right has ever reason to be concerned. Not surprising at all that “Patriot Act” Bush is opposing free speech in this case.
Posted by Job on February 11, 2007
I will have a weekly sermon that will not REALLY be about Martin Luther King, the civil rights movement, and the “holiday” (it is not a REAL holiday from a Christian perspective, as the only true HOLY DAYS were given by God in the Bible, so that means that “Independence Day” and “Christmas” are not REAL “holidays” either), but will include it as a lead – in to the more general topic of how subversion is thoroughly Satanic. After I am done with it, I will probably go ahead and do a daily devotional specifically on King and the civil rights movement. I was wondering if it was worth the effort since it, like my sermon on Christmas, was going to be too late. But seeing this clearly piece of manipulative garbage in the Washington Post (http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/01/14/AR2007011401026.html) made me change my mind. Thanks Washington Post! Keep it up and you will be almost as good as the New York Times! It is sickening how the very same people who are going to the mat for the right NOT to celebrate Christmas, the birth of THE SON OF GOD, evey year go around making people feel guilty for not sufficiently celebrating AND “getting into the spirit of” (meaning afflicting themselves with guilt for being not sufficiently unconditionally supportive gays, feminists, and homosexuals, Marxist anti – poverty activists, and anti – war protesters, atheists, and – of course – abortionists). Oh, what, you thought Martin Luther King and the civil rights movement was about BLACK PEOPLE?
One of the things that you didn’t know about Martin Luther King, Jr. The guy was a MINISTER, YET HE DID NOT WRITE HIS OWN SPEECHES! Who did? Ummm Stanley Levison, … a Jew. So, what is a CHRISTIAN MINISTER doing giving speeches written by a person who knowingly rejected Jesus Christ? But you way wait … we cannot be ANTI – SEMITIC or a REPLACEMENT THEOLOGY sort … after all, do not we worship the same God? Well, leaving out the rabbinical versus Torah Judaism thing (rabbinical Judaism is Catholicism’s twin), STANLEY LEVISON WAS AN ATHEIST! But wait … it gets better … HE WAS A COMMUNIST! A BLACKLISTED COMMUNIST! Martin Luther King, Jr. only fired him WHEN WORD GOT OUT ABOUT HIS COMMUNISM! And we were led to believe that the FBI had all those files on Martin Luther King because J. Edgar Hoover was such a racist! Yeah, sure, right.
Now do not get me wrong, a lot of good Christians supported and worked in the civil rights movement, some of whom undoubtedly were duped by communism and socialism for a time. But all evidence points to the fact that MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. WAS NOT ONE OF THEM! This Martin Luther King business is just another example of why Christians have to reject and hate the world. If Martin Luther King contended for the faith and of Jesus Christ, THE WORLD WOULD HATE HIM! Get this: notice how Martin Luther King Day REPLACED the holidays celebrating CHRISTIANS: George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Instead, we have “President’s Day”, meaning that we must celebrate ALL PRESIDENTS, CHRISTIAN OR NOT!
If the media told the truth about Martin Luther King and the “civil rights movement”, (which was actually a concerted effort to turn this nation away from Christ and towards atheistic communism or at least secular socialism) no one in their right mind would support it, certainly no Christians, and least of all blacks, who are the most Christian segment of the society (despite the way we act sometimes, it is true). So, they just withhold the truth from you! Another thing about King: we all know that he got his methods for “nonviolent change” – including his THEOLOGICAL DOCTRINE – FROM STUDYING THE PAGAN MOHANDAS GHANDI! SINCE WHEN ARE CHRISTIANS SUPPOSED TO BE LEARNING THEOLOGICAL THINGS FROM PAGANS INSTEAD OF CONVERTING THEM? And to think all of these Christian civil rights leaders have been practicing principles of the pagan Indian religion “Jainism” ever since. Making them what? IDOLATORS!!! Now you have them taking “Martin Luther King” principles in public schools, teaching the JAINISM RELIGION IN PLACES WHERE YOU CANNOT TEACH CHRISTIANITY, which was SUPPOSED TO BE MARTIN LUTHER KING’S RELIGION! Now again, what does the Bible say about idolatry? Cast into the lake of fire, right? And what about the reverence that they DEMAND that you show Martin Luther King (his name AND his image) on “his day” (not his actual birthday!) at the penalty of perhaps, say, LOSING YOUR JOB sound suspiciously like, eh? Again Christians, please wake up!