Wednesday, January 13, 2010

What Am I?

by Steve Ray on January 13, 2010

I’ve never lived but I’ve been killed;
And wounds, by me are healed.
I’ve been around from the beginning
and will be here as ’til men stop sinning.
Although not seen by you am I,
there is no doubt that I can fly.
And though I’m lost I still am here
from day to day and year to year.
God’s Word spoke of me times seven
and I’m viewed differently from heaven.
You may need me to solve this riddle,
perhaps a lot, perhaps a little.

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Is Obama a Christian Fraud?

by Steve Ray on January 13, 2010

Obama-772052“WASHINGTON, D.C., January 6, 2009 ( – The increasingly notorious lack of church involvement or public religious observance by the United State’s First Family has led one Christian organization to question the level of dedication President Obama truly feels to the religious identity that once lent such appeal to his campaign image.

“After attending church regularly during the 2008 Presidential campaign, Obama has not attended church on a regular basis since being elected President and has yet to find a church home.  Obama, while vacationing in Hawaii over Christmastime, failed to attend any religious services with his family; neither did he attend during Christmas in 2008 as president-elect.

“Yet as a candidate, Obama made his Christian faith and involvement in a local church community a central component of his campaign – an image widely believed to have attracted key votes that would otherwise have opposed his liberal policies.  Several Christian pastors, such as Houston megachurch pastor Kirbyjon Caldwell, helped bolster the campaign talking point that Obama’s social policies hewed closer to Christian doctrine than his critics allowed.”

For the whole article, including Obama’s disregard for Christian sensibilities in the White House, click here. The picture to the right is the way “Candidate Obama” wanted Americans to perceive him but his first year as a president seems to suggest fraud.