Muslim hate groups on American campuses!

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4 Responses to Muslim hate groups on American campuses!

  1. upaces88 says:

    A couple of years ago when I was blogging on Yahoo Buzz, there were a couple of people who’s solution to the Middle East was just Nuke them. I was stupid at the time and argued how we couldn’t do that.
    As I continue to learn more and more about Islam…that is the only solution. I had a couple of people as me what G-d would think about it especially the damage they don’t just want to cause Israel…they want ISRAEL OFF THE MAP….so, I researched it.
    Question: “What does the Bible say about revenge?”

    Answer: The Bible has a great deal to say about revenge. Both the Hebrew and Greek words translated “vengeance,” “revenge,” and “avenge” have as their root meaning the idea of punishment. This is crucial in understanding why God reserves for Himself the right to avenge.

    The key verse regarding this truth is found in the Old Testament and quoted twice in the New Testament. God said, “It is mine to avenge; I will repay. In due time their foot will slip; their day of disaster is near and their doom rushes upon them” (Deuteronomy 32:35;Romans 12:19; Hebrews 10:30). In Deuteronomy, God is speaking of the stiff-necked, rebellious, idolatrous Israelites who rejected Him and incurred His wrath with their wickedness. He promised to avenge Himself upon them in His own timing and according to His own perfect and pure motives. The two New Testament passages concern the behavior of the Christian, who is not to usurp God’s authority. Rather, we are to allow Him to judge rightly and pour out His divine retribution against His enemies as He sees fit.

    Unlike us, God never takes vengeance from impure motives. His vengeance is for the purpose of punishing those who have offended and rejected Him. We can, however, pray for God to avenge Himself in perfection and holiness against His enemies and to avenge those who are oppressed by evil. In Psalm 94:1, the psalmist prays for God to avenge the righteous, not out of a sense of uncontrolled vindictiveness, but out of just retribution from the eternal Judge whose judgments are perfect. Even when the innocent suffer and the wicked appear to prosper, it is for God alone to punish. “The LORD is a jealous and avenging God; the LORD takes vengeance and is filled with wrath. The LORD takes vengeance on his foes and maintains his wrath against his enemies” (Nahum 1:2).

    There are only two times in the Bible when God gives men permission to avenge in His name. First, after the Midianites committed hideous, violent acts against the Israelites, the cup of God’s wrath against the Midianites was full, and He commanded Moses to lead the people in a holy war against them. “The LORD said to Moses, ‘Take vengeance on the Midianites for the Israelites. After that, you will be gathered to your people’” (Numbers 31:1-2). Here, again, Moses did not act on his own; he was merely an instrument to carry out God’s perfect plan under His guidance and instruction. Second, Christians are to be in submission to the rulers God has set over us because they are His instruments for “vengeance on evildoers” (1 Peter 2:13-14). As in Moses’ case, these rulers are not to act on their own, but are to carry out God’s will for the punishment of the wicked.

    It is tempting to try to take on the role of God and seek to punish those who we feel deserve it. But because we are sinful creatures, it is impossible for us to take revenge with pure motives. This is why the Mosaic Law contains the command “Do not seek revenge or bear a grudge against one of your people, but love your neighbor as yourself. I am the LORD” (Leviticus. 19:18). Even David, a “man after God’s own heart” (1 Samuel 13:14), refused to take revenge on Saul, even though David was the innocent party being wronged. David submitted to God’s command to forego vengeance and trust in Him: “May the LORD judge between you and me. And may the LORD avenge the wrongs you have done to me, but my hand will not touch you (1 Samuel 24:12).

    As Christians, we are to follow the Lord Jesus’ command to “love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you” (Matthew 5:44), leaving the vengeance to God.

    Recommended Resource: War: Four Christian Views edited by: Robert Clouse.
    CONTINUE READING: http://www.gotquestions.org/revenge-vengeance.html

  2. upaces88 says:

    I was blasted several months ago on a blog about Muslims: Moderates vs. Extremists. I said, “IF you’re not part of the solution — you’re part of the problem,”
    I didn’t know what to say at the time, when he said, “What do you want them to do!”
    Then I remembered a simple scripture:
    Revelation 3:16 So, because you are lukewarm–neither hot nor cold …
    bible.cc/revelation/3-16.htm
    ‘So because you are lukewarm, and neither hot nor cold, I will spit you out of My mouth. King James Bible (Cambridge Ed.) So then because thou art lukewarm, …

    IF they don’t stand up against it WITH US and they haven’t so far — No, they haven’t! It was the Moderates who murdered 4 of our Military people in the “back” in a secure location.
    THEY LIE to the infidel. Why can’t people get this through their heads!!! They ARE infiltrating every branch of our government; and even the damn FBI is being told what they can and cannot do!
    GET THEM OUT OF OUR GOVT. IF they can’t assimilate into our society — ship them back where they came from. IT IS THEIR CHOICE.

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