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Louis Farrakhan, American leader of the Nation of Islam, spoke at the AME Church in Washington, DC. In his speech there, he spoke against the American flag and demanded it, the American flag, be “put down!” This is the same Louis Farrakhan who said, “Obama – the messiah is speaking.” He went on to say, “Who are we fighting today? It’s the people that carry the American flag.” He said these things with “church” attendees cheering in the background – right here in America!
What do you suppose AME Church stands for? America’s Major Enemy?
Isn’t it interesting how Barack Hussein Obama associates with people who hate America and the American flag? William (Bill) Ayers is also a close friend of Barack Hussein Obama; the man who held Obama’s first party for his political career. Bill Ayers hates America and he hates the American flag. He is famous for his photo on the cover of Chicago Magazine, which shows him standing on the American flag!
Screen shot: YouTube.com (https://youtu.be/RtLiyDbQaTo)
This message is for you, Farrakhan: You are here to fight Americans, and we are already aware of that. If you don’t like America, if you don’t like our flag, and you don’t like us, get out of America! You might try Kenya, where Barack Hussein Obama’s pitiful brother, George Obama, sits in a wheel barrel in front of a shack, without a dime’s worth of help from his megarich brother, whose “conscience is seared with a hot iron” (1 Timothy 4:2). Maybe you should get out of America, take your “messiah” and go help poor George!
We, the American people, love our flag, which stands for our republic, freedom, and “one nation under GOD (the One and only GOD of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob)!”
Our flag also represents the honorable multitudes of American vets who died to preserve our freedoms, our Constitution and Bill of Rights. So, get out, don’t come back – and don’t forget to take your “messiah” with you!
Jesus said concerning the last days,
“…Take heed that no man deceive you, for many shall come in My name, saying, ‘I am the Christ,’ and shall deceive many” Matthew 24:4-5.
In fact, Jesus was so emphatic with his warning about false Christs and false prophets, He repeated this same warning (above) three separate times during His discussion with His disciples about the signs of His return (Matthew 24).
If you have a personal relationship with Christ, you will not be deceived. If you don’t, beware, for Jesus also said,
“For false Christs and false prophets shall rise and shall show signs and wonders to seduce, if it were possible, even the elect” Mark 13:22.
We come to know Jesus Christ through His Word, the Holy Bible (I recommend the New King James Version Bible and the Matthew Henry Commentary as a study guide – both are online: Biblegateway.com and Biblestudytools.com).
Muslims follow a “prophet,” who said he was choked by an angel in a cave in the desert. How interesting that Jesus also said,
“If they shall say unto you, ‘Behold, he (a false Christ, or false prophet) is in the desert, go not forth; Behold, he is in the secret chambers, believe it not” Matthew 24:26.
Do you suppose that Christ already knew Muhammad would come out of a cave in the desert near Mecca and declare himself to be the prophet of God (after being choked by a demonic spirit)? I can assure He did know, and He warned the world against him, but many aren’t listening.
Hundreds of Bible prophecies have been fulfilled and those remaining will surely come to pass. Are you prepared to stand before God and give an account of the life you have lived on this earth? If not, salvation is only a prayer away. Please visit the How Can I Be Saved page – your eternal destiny depends on it. God bless you.
Correction: The first publication stated Bill Ayers’s photo was published on the cover of Time Magazine. The photo was actually first published on the cover of Chicago Magazine.