Archive for April 2010


April 30, 2010

The “Fed” is the problem, not the solution!

The “Fed” taxes us to go fight a war on the other side of the world while letting the enemy cross our borders at home.

The “Fed” says; Go ahead and drill for oil where there is none while a possibly sabotaged oil well off our southern coast spews more oil into the ocean than ever before.

The “Fed” got a Bill passed in Congress that give muslims a free ride on health care while the “Infidel” pays the “Jizra”(tax) enabeling someone like Farrikan of the muslim brotherhood to go free.

Tell me Obama isn’t a Muslim,  Tell me he wasn’t born in Kenya and tell be he isn’t destroying this country by intrigue.  A stern-faced individual indeed, when not flashing those blinding white teeth.

The “Fed” is supposed to have limited powers, but uses powers it hasn’t been given to lord it over the States and the peoples rights.

The “Fed” thinks our Constitution is out-dated and won’t abide by it.  Who do they think they are to do what they please?  Have they forgotten they work for us?

We all have to look at what our founding fathers wrote in the document because, even we do not know what to do without its direction.

…and let us not forget that the “laws” are first given to us from God and set forth in the “Book” that was our forfathers guide.  Any other guide, religeous or humanistic is flawed. 

Let us remember that we our one nation under God, that it is in him we trust and in His Salvation for us individually and collectively.

Don’t be deceived by another “god” nor another book that contradicts the true principles this country was founded on.

If we examine the genuine we will recognise the counterfit.  If we don’t take the time to read the words of the God of our Bible, then we will be deceived by a false god and wind up following the foolish whims of a very dangerous Fedzilla.

look out for Obama’s policy!

April 30, 2010

The Status of Non-Muslim Minorities Under Islamic Rule

Dhimmitude: the Islamic system of governing populations conquered by jihad wars, encompassing all of the demographic, ethnic, and religious aspects of the political system. The word “dhimmitude” as a historical concept, was coined by Bat Ye’or in 1983 to describe the legal and social conditions of Jews and Christians subjected to Islamic rule. The word “dhimmitude” comes from dhimmi, an Arabic word meaning “protected”. Dhimmi was the name applied by the Arab-Muslim conquerors to indigenous non-Muslim populations who surrendered by a treaty (dhimma) to Muslim domination. Islamic conquests expanded over vast territories in Africa, Europe and Asia, for over a millennium (638-1683). The Muslim empire incorporated numerous varied peoples which had their own religion, culture, language and civilization. For centuries, these indigenous, pre-Islamic peoples constituted the great majority of the population of the Islamic lands. Although these populations differed, they were ruled by the same type of laws, based on the shari’a.

This similarity, which includes also regional variations, has created a uniform civilization developed throughout the centuries by all non-Muslim indigenous people, who were vanquished by a jihad-war and governed by shari’a law. It is this civilization which is called dhimmitude. It is characterized by the different strategies developed by each dhimmi group to survive as non-Muslim entity in their Islamized countries. Dhimmitude is not exclusively concerned with Muslim history and civilization. Rather it investigates the history of those non-Muslim peoples conquered and colonized by jihad.

Dhimmitude encompasses the relationship of Muslims and non-Muslims at the theological, social, political and economical levels. It also incorporates the relationship between the numerous ethno-religious dhimmi groups and the type of mentality that they have developed out of their particular historical condition which lasted for centuries, even in some Muslim countries, till today.

Dhimmitude is an entire integrated system, based on Islamic theology. It cannot be judged from the circumstantial position of any one community, at a given time and in a given place. Dhimmitude must be appraised according to its laws and customs, irrespectively of circumstances and political contingencies.

For books by Bat Ye’or, see www.dhimmi

A Great Easter message for us!

April 5, 2010

 Date: Thurs., 1 Apr 2010

Genesis 47:13-27
I would love to give the Pastor of this predominantly black church in
 Virginia a hug and a high five. This guy is obviously a leader.
Perhaps we should each decide who our real leader is…..It is amazing to
 see that very little has changed in 4,000 years.
Good morning, brothers and sisters; it’s always a delight to see the pews
crowded on Sunday morning, and so eager to get into God’s Word. Turn with
me in your Bibles, if you will to the 47th chapter of Genesis, we’ll begin
our reading at verse 13, and go through verse 27.

Brother Ray, would you stand and read that great passage for us?
Thank you for that fine reading, Brother Ray. So we see that economic hard
times fell upon Egypt, and the people turned to the government of Pharaoh to
deal with this for them. And Pharaoh nationalized the grain harvest, and
placed the grain in great storehouses that he had built. So the people
brought their money to Pharaoh, like a great tax increase, and gave it all
to him willingly in return for grain. And this went on until their money
ran out, and they were hungry again.
So when they went to Pharaoh after that, they brought their livestock -their
cattle, their horses, their sheep, and their donkey – to barter for grain,
and verse 17 says that only took them through the end of that year.
But the famine wasn’t over, was it? So the next year, the people came
before Pharaoh and admitted they had nothing left, except their land and
their own lives. “There is nothing left in the sight of my lord but our
bodies and our land. Why should we die before your eyes, both we and our
land? Buy us and our land for food, and we with our land will be servants
to Pharaoh.” So they surrendered their homes, their land, and their real
estate to Pharaoh’s government, and then sold themselves into slavery t o
him, in return for grain.
What can we learn from this, brothers and sisters?
That turning to the government instead of to God to be our provider in hard
times only leads to slavery? Yes.. That the only reason government wants to
be our provider is to also become our master?
But look how that passage ends, brothers and sisters! Thus Israel settled
in the land of Egypt, in the land of Goshen. And they gained possessions
in it, and were fruitful and multiplied greatly.” God provided for His
people, just as He always has! They didn’t end up giving all their
possessions to government, no, it says they gained possessions! But I also
tell you a great truth today, and an ominous one.
We see the same thing happening today – the government today wants to “share
the wealth” once again, to take it from us and redistribute it back to us.
It wants to take control of healthcare, just as it has taken control of
education, and ration it back to us, and when government rations it, then
government decides who gets it, and how much, and what kind. And if we go
along with it, and do it willingly, then we will wind up no differently than
the people of Egypt did four thousand years ago – as slaves! to the
government, and as slaves to our leaders.
What Mr. Obama’s government is doing now is no different from what Pharaoh’s
government did then, and it will end the same. And a lot of people like to
call Mr. Obama a “Messiah,” don’t they? Is he a Messiah? A savior? Didn’t
the Egyptians say, after Pharaoh made them his slaves, “You have saved our
lives; may it please my lord, we will be servants to Pharaoh”?
Well, I tell you this – I know the Messiah; the Messiah is a friend of mine;
and Mr. OBAMA IS NO MESSIAH! No, brothers and sisters, if Mr. Obama is a
character from the Bible, then he is Pharaoh. Bow with me in prayer, if you will.
 Lord, You alone are worthy to be served, and we rely on You, and You alone.
We confess that the government is not our deliverer, and never rightly will
be. We read in the eighth chapter of 1 Samuel, when Samuel warned the people
of what a ruler would do, where it says “And in that day you will cry out
because of your king, whom you have chosen for yourselves, but the LORD will
not answer you in that day..”
And Lord, we acknowledge that day has come. We cry out to you because of the
ruler that we have chosen for ourselves as a nation. Lord, we pray for this
nation. We pray for revival, and we pray for deliverance from those who
would be our masters. Give us hearts to seek You and hands to serve You,
and protect Your people from the atrocities of Pharaoh’s government.

In God We Trust…
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Proverbs 3:5,6
Tracy Davis-Hancock