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If Obama is a Christian, why doesn't he actively support Psalm 139 and Romans 1:24-27

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Submitted by Diane Reinstadtler (United States), Mar 1, 2008 at 15:36

There are two important issues that Obama falls out of line with God...so does Hillary Clinton and she also "claims" to be Christian. Their stand on these issues are displeasing to God according to His word and Proberbs 15:9-11 tells us how He feels about things that are against His Will.

Things are not right or wrong because we think they are, but because the righteous good things that God approves of are part of His character. No Christian nor church decides these. And if you don't accept all of God's words (despite the evidence that this book is the most historically accurate in the world) then you might as well stop being a Christian...because if part of it is wrong....then Christ's sacrifice could be a lie. Get off the fence and enter by the Narrow Gate...Christ and His Will

I won't tell you the issues...look them up yoursefl...then you will know who pronounces the truth of what God thinks. Both Obama and Hillary are playing a game. This country started out with criminals...had it's golden age under God's law and now those laws are torn down..and look at the result.


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