A Committee of Correspondence

A Committee of Correspondence

Way To Go, Canada!

As usual, Hal Lindsey pulls together current events in the world and unfolding prophecy from Holy Scripture in his September 21, 2012, Hal Lindsey Report. We don’t want to miss an opportunity to thank him and to congratulate Canada on their wisdom in having Christian Conservative Stephen Harper in the office of Prime Minister. And we join Hal Lindsey and Israeli President Shimon Peres in hoping and praying that other nations, especially ours, will see Canada as a moral role model.

As this Report points out, it is ALWAYS a good policy to BELIEVE GOD. In Genesis 12:3 God spoke this promise in His covenant with Abraham: “I will bless those who bless thee and whoever curses you, I will curse. And all the peoples of the earth will be blessed through you.”

God NEVER breaks covenant.

So, we congratulate Canada on avoiding America’s recent economic and foreign policy troubles. They have had no impact on Canada. Canada is avoiding the debt load with which US taxpayers are now burdened, the incredible unemployment rate of US citizens (20% in reality), our shrinking dollar, our embassies under siege, and our tattered and frayed foreign policy. Instead their economy is BOOMING and they are making friends of the people who are the apple of God’s eye. Very wise!

The information about Canada begins at 16:00. Prior to that this Hal Lindsey Report gives everyone the absolute truth about what went on in Libya in the assassination of US Ambassador Chris Stevens in a military strike on our consulate in Benghazi on September 11, 2012–the eleventh anniversary of September 11, 2001.

As Debka reported the next day:

“Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens and three staff members at the US consulate in Benghazi were deliberately murdered Tuesday night Sept 11 just after memorial ceremonies were held in America for the victims of the 9/11 outrage. debkafile’s counter-terror sources report exclusively that far from being a spontaneous raid by angry Islamists, it was a professionally executed terrorist operation by a professional Al Qaeda assassination team, whose 20 members acted under the orders of their leader Ayman al Zawahri after special training. They were all Libyans, freed last year from prisons where they were serving sentences for terrorism passed during the late Muammar Qaddafi’s rule.

In a video tape released a few hours before the attack, Zawahri called on the faithful to take revenge on the United States for liquidating one of the organization’s top operatives, Libyan-born Abu Yahya al-Libi in June by a US drone in northwestern Pakistan.
Its release was the “go” signal for the hit team to attack the US diplomats in Benghazi.

As Mark Steyn said in an interview posted on The Daily Caller: “Every American should be ashamed of their President.”

Sadly, America doesn’t have a President. But we ARE ashamed of the usurper. We are even more ashamed that the usurper and his treasonous rogue government have been allowed to remain in place for almost 4 years now.

Matthew Continetti in his column, “The World Obama Made: The sun never sets on Obama’s failures,” after an excellent summing up of Russia, China, Afghanistan and Pakistan, the Middle East, and Europe, has this to say about the United States:

Our country is not well. The Census Department says median income continued to fall in 2011. A separate analysis found that incomes are down almost 5 percent since the Obama “recovery” began—illustrating that, despite what Bill Clinton might say, the Obama recovery is not a recovery at all. The drop in the unemployment rate from the recession high of 10 percent to the current 8.1 percent can be ascribed entirely to the decline in labor participation. Studies find that a majority of the jobs the economy has created are low paying. Economic growth is lagging. It’s likely to be below 2 percent for the second year in a row. Current and projected federal spending is unsustainable. Americans continue to think we are headed in the wrong direction.

Obama met with bipartisan congressional leadership early in 2009. Bob Woodward reports in The Price of Politics that Eric Cantor (R., Va.) handed him a list of Republican economic proposals. Not one of those proposals was included in the stimulus bill. At the health care summit in 2010, congressional Republicans suggested a variety of ways to improve the American health care system: for example competition through a national insurance marketplace, malpractice reform, and ending the tax penalty against individuals who buy insurance. Not one of those ideas was included in the health care bill.

For two years, the House Republicans have passed a budget that at the very least is an opening bid in a good-faith negotiation over spending and taxes. For two years, that budget has died in the Senate. The president says the House proposal is “antithetical to our entire history.” Then he castigates the Republicans for their “tendency to shoot first and aim later” and calls for civil debate.

This is the broken and anxiety-ridden world Barack Obama has made. Our adversaries are stronger. America and her allies are weaker. And yet, after spending practically a decade blaming every last thing, including the bad weather, on President Bush, the media seem determinedly uninterested in ascribing even the slightest amount of responsibility to President Obama.

That’s our view, as well.

But Canada and Christian Conservatives worldwide know where the solution to our problems truly lies:

“If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.” 2 Chronicles 7:14.

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