I ask myself, as I watch my country going down the tubes with a new “stimulus” bill that makes our combined national debt greater than the GDP of the entire world; with people at these town hall meetings seriously asking the President of the United States for things like houses and greater benefits and securities at their entry- level jobs (one school child asked the President to make it rain candy … now where did the darling tot get the idea that the President had this power?), what can I do? An entire generation has now been homeschooled, in an effort to turn the tide begun so many years ago, and the impact seems to be indiscernible, on the face of it.
We need to press in to the Lord our God like never before. Let’s not be satisfied with the relationship we had last year, last month, or last week. Let us seek His face while He may be found! Let’s seriously learn His ways of righteousness and apply them in every area of our lives. Let’s forsake the way of man and the way of the world. It may be that the Lord will yet have mercy on us.
And let us love, honor, and bless Israel, the apple of God’s eye, now more than ever. Here is one concrete thing we can do today. The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem is sounding the trumpet about Durban II coming up in April:
In the picturesque Swiss city of Geneva this coming April, the United Nations is due to hold its second global summit on racism at a ‘human rights’ gathering designed to review the outcomes of the hate-filled fiasco held in Durban, South Africa in the week before the 9/11 attacks of September 2001.
UN Human Rights Council chair Libya is in the driving seat and has gladly handed the wheel over to Iran rendering the so-called Durban II conference little more than a UN-sponsored show-trial of Israel and the West.
As in 2001,
…only one nation is singled out for condemnation: Israel
…only one cause merits attention: Palestine
…and only one religion merits protection: Islam
This past weekend the State Department announced that President Obama is content to go along with it.
The Durban II Declaration will make it an act of racism for the Jewish people to live in a land of their own and a hate-crime to condemn the Islamic terrorism that targets them.
Not in our name. Tell President Obama to boycott Durban II.
Sign the petition. Let your voice of disapproval, of dissent, be on record. If enough of us cry out, who knows? It may have an impact.