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Tuesday, June 1, 2010


Perhaps you can remember back a few years when an outstanding basketball player, played for U.C.L.A.  His name was Ferdinand Lewis Alcindor. He became influenced by the muslin roots in his sophomore year in high school, and is quoted as saying to his mother; “I hate every drop of white blood in me.” After his college days, he declared he was a Muslim, and now his name was Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. There is no question he was a great player and his influence was felt broadly.

There was also a man named Cassius Clay who was one of the greatest boxers who ever fought. The time came when he felt he should declare he was a Muslim, and his name was now Muhammad Ali. He declared his allegiance to his god. To most people there was no clue as to the hidden agenda these men were following, but the time came, when they were successful, they came forth stating who they were, and what they believed. There was no timidity in their pronouncement only resolve.

Today there many in the sports world that have followed their lead. All this causes me to think, I wonder who will be the next person who is famous to declare “I am a Muslim”. In order to get our attention they will need to be someone who has had to conceal this because it would hinder them from rising to the high position they now hold. It could be a judge, a senator, someone who controls the military or someone else who could take over our lives and one by one our freedoms.

Someone who would demean Christianity by saying Christianity isn't America’s faith; we have many equal faiths in this country. Perhaps it could be someone who will run for reelection when his present term is over. Perhaps it could be a person, whose name already sounds like a Muslim name!

It would be someone who favors the Muslim countries over Israel.  Someone who will declare his allegiance to the Muslin god after he wins his reelection, his "coming out" as to who he really is, and not the person he pretends to be.

Maybe he will even attend a Christian church in order to add to the illusion. Going to a church doesn't make you a Christian. If it did, the devil would have been saved long ago, for he shows up in church at every meeting. He likes to sow discord among the brethren.

Proverbs 24:33-34 Sleep a little. Doze a little. Fold your hands, and twiddle your
thumbs. Suddenly poverty hits you and everything is gone!

When the roaring lion comes, we are to resist him steadfast in the faith. I'm not sure but I think I just heard something like a big cat growling.

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