Straight from the chosen land….

..to a White House near you.

Vice Pentecostal Palin’s speech to the crazies!

I realize this is old news, but I’m amazed me that this isn’t talked about more. Palin doesn’t attend the Pentecostal church on a regular basis anymore (I’m sure to avoid political fallout), but she did opt to speak to a group of their “Master’s Commission” while she was the Governor. Scary stuff people. Just imagine the Speaker of the House being the Speaker of the Tongues.



32 comments ↓

#1 bobbi on 09.08.08 at 12:05 pm

yeah.

we’re a scarey bunch. boo!

#2 l3wis on 09.08.08 at 12:09 pm

Personally I would much rather spend a week in the woods with a group of wiccans then an hour in a pentecostal church. I went to a pentecostal wedding once, and the preacher gave a 50 minute sermon about the devil and evil in general. I was only about 12 at the time, but I still remember everybody bitching about it the whole way home. Crazy is right!

#3 bobbi on 09.08.08 at 12:39 pm

sure. and we all know if you go somewhere once and don’t like it, it’s the same thing everywhere and you are darned right to call it crazy and decide you know what you are talking about.

um. yeah. that’s what you do.

#4 l3wis on 09.08.08 at 1:04 pm

That’s usually how I operate.

#5 Angry Guy on 09.08.08 at 1:59 pm

When I operate, I like to just close my eyes and let Jesus guide me. Like that time I had to have part of my toenail removed after I walked into that wall because I was so full of the “Lord”.

#6 l3wis on 09.08.08 at 2:34 pm

Lord Calvert?

#7 Angry Guy on 09.08.08 at 2:45 pm

He asked me not to say.

#8 Ghost of Dude on 09.08.08 at 3:09 pm

Even Baptists think Pentecostals are scary.

#9 l3wis on 09.08.08 at 3:15 pm

So does Bin Laden

#10 hosenpheffer on 09.08.08 at 5:01 pm

john mccain is the antichrist
sarah palin is just the great whore.

Revelation 17:5″The Mother of Harlots and Abominations of the earth.”

Biblical scholars in Colorado Springs have uncovered startling evidence that Senator John McCain may be the Antichrist. Their conclusions, while highly controversial, may have a dramatic impact on the 2008 elections, since many Bible-believing Christians have already expressed doubts about McCain’s fealty to Christianity.

The analysis was conducted by the respected True Bible Society, and it will be published next month in the End Times Journal.

The analysis was especially ironic, given that it came out just one day after McCain was accused of subtly hinting that Barack Obama could be the Antichrist. McCain ran a commercial depicting Obama as “The One,” giving rise to charges that he was sending a subliminal messages to anti-Obama Christians.

“What started us looking at this issue is the fact that Senator McCain has declared his intention to maintain US forces in Iraq for a hundred years,” said David Jenkins, a leading Biblical scholar. “That means that McCain wants to control Babylon for at least a century.” According to many scholars of the Book of Revelation, the Antichrist will try to rebuild the ancient city of Babylon in order to use it as a springboard for an international effort at world domination. Ultimately, the Antichrist will marshal forces from Babylon to spark a showdown with Christian and Jewish-led forces in the battle of Armageddon.

“We believe that the End Times is near, based on the pattern of wars, earthquakes. and other strange phenomena we’ve been witnessing since the start of the New Millennium,” said Jenkins. “Given that it may be imminent, the person who controls Babylon must be the Antichrist.” Until 2003, many Christians believed that Saddam Hussein might be the Antichrist, since he started excavations to restore Babylon in the mid 1970s. But Hussein’s death meant that the Antichrist is someone else. Since Obama wants to get out of Iraq, he can’t be the Antichrist either, concluded Jenkins.

Jenkins said his teams suspicions were further heightened when genealogical research showed that McCain’s great-grandfather was actually not John McCain, but John Mihai. Mihai is an ancient Romanian name, and according to Bible-believing Christians, the Antichrist is likely to be a Romanian. “What clinched it for us was that the name Mihai means ‘who is like the Lord,'” said Jenkins. “As far as we’re concerned, that was enough. It means that McCain might easily pretend to be the Redeemer.”

McCain’s geniality and folksiness are consistent with his being the Antichrist, Jenkins said. “Many people think that the Antichrist will be a evil-seeming leader, but in fact the Bible tells us that he will be charming.”

So far the McCain campaign has refused to comment on Jenkins’ study.

#11 bobbi on 09.09.08 at 4:42 am

and this has WHAT to do with being Pentecostal?!

jeesh barb, give me a break.

#12 hosenpheffer on 09.09.08 at 5:20 am

In a silly way it has A LOT to do with being Pentecostal, especially Mrs. Palin being Pentecostal.

There is no need to go into great depth of the end times and the great tribulation, as many of my cohorts on this board will tell my husband that I have truly lost my marbles. Like Job I have studied that last book TOO many times that I can say it has been the cause of fear in my life. But Revelation also has a message of HOPE.

BUT as far as relating interpretations of the Book of Revelation to American foreign policy is concerned, I CRINGE to think that there is someone scarier than GWB when it comes to this stuff. And Palin has proved it.

Palin may be great when it comes to saving babies but the bible says that sin is sin, and she is a LIAR. And a SACRY one at that.
BE AFRAID BE VERY AFRAID.

(btw, I can’t wait for the video of her ‘taking up the snakes’ to hit youtube)

#13 l3wis on 09.09.08 at 5:47 am

Pray the Gay away (kinda sounds like a laundry detergent)

#14 hosenpheffer on 09.09.08 at 5:58 am

well scott, you do know that homosexuality can be ‘cured’. They prayed the gay right out of pastor doohickeys good buddy ted haggard, he’s no longer seeking meth fueled massages from gay prostitutes.

#15 bobbi on 09.09.08 at 6:20 am

i am afraid, but not for mrs. palin. sorry, but i think you are drastically mistaken. and to blame a certain denomination for wrong thinking in general is, well, WRONG thinking. as individuals, we are accountable for our actions. we cannot hide behind a label and think we are better than others. or even think we know better than others.

i am afraid for you guys. i really am. as for studying the bible, that is all well and good, but i think it has more to do with having a relationship with God. the bible never brings about fear, except for a Godly fear. which is a help for the times we are in, be those end times or not.

oh. and quit saying “they” will ya? you make yourself sound bad.

#16 l3wis on 09.09.08 at 6:29 am

Let’s talk about FEAR. The Republicans entire message is about FEAR and Obama’s is about HOPE. So you prefer to be scared of a candidate over being hopeful? I think we know what Jesus’ message was, and it had nothing to do with fear.

#17 bobbi on 09.09.08 at 6:36 am

that’s your take on it, scott, and you have a right to your opinion. we’ll see how the majority of the people feel in november, won’t we?

#18 l3wis on 09.09.08 at 6:57 am

You are right, it is only my opinion. I still feel that Obama screwed up by not picking Hillary. McCain really played the trump card on Obama. But I have a feeling after all the craziness surrounding Palin comes out, people will begin to ‘Fear’ her.

#19 Angry Guy on 09.09.08 at 7:03 am

Palin can only hide behind her family to shield her from scrutiny for so long before the world finds out her true beliefs and how it will affect her policy should she be elected.

#20 bobbi on 09.09.08 at 7:04 am

the thing is, you can find whatever “proof” you want in the media to substantiate whatever belief you want. i was just reading about Obama slipping up and calling himself a Muslim recently.

i just think we all need more than a few funny blog posts and distorted media feeds to make our choices. and hopefully, we’ll all do a little soul searching to decide what we really believe is truth.

#21 Angry Guy on 09.09.08 at 7:09 am

You go ahead and search your soul. Mine’s in the shop. I’ll use my brain instead.

#22 bobbi on 09.09.08 at 7:18 am

no, angry guy, your anger prevents your brain from functioning properly.

even so, you have a right to use whatever you wish to make your choice. give me that same right without calling me stupid.

betcha i’m not.

#23 Angry Guy on 09.09.08 at 7:22 am

Did I call you stupid? If you got that from my comment, I apologize. My anger doesn’t cloud my judgement, it forces me to question what is presented to me so I don’t walk “blindly” into something that might be avoidable. Like 4 more years of W.

#24 bobbi on 09.09.08 at 7:32 am

thanks for the apology. i understand the questioning part, even for those of us with faith, that is part of the process.

however, i do believe in using one’s mind as well as one’s heart to make decisions…and i also don’t think it would hurt to have a president who did the same thing.

#25 l3wis on 09.09.08 at 7:34 am

Her religious beliefs and lying aside, Palin’s inexperience disqualifies her to be VP. Period.

As for Obama, he did have a freudian slip and said he was Muslim on ‘This Week’. I found it interesting, and funny, but it doesn’t concern me. At least he didn’t say Pakistan borders Iran, that would concern me more. Ahem. I don’t judge candidates on what religion they belong to just what beliefs they have, there is a difference.

#26 Ghost of Dude on 09.09.08 at 8:08 am

Googling Obama+antichrist gets about 300,000 hits. I haven’t done it for McCain yet, but I’m sure it’ll be similar. And remember:
Ronald (6)
Wilson (6)
Reagan (6)

Hmmm… Yep. I could be the antichrist too!

#27 lewis on 09.09.08 at 8:12 am

I don’t think either one is the Anti-christ, his term is up in January.

#28 Ghost of Dude on 09.09.08 at 8:48 am

I don’t remember there being a single “antichrist” mentioned anywhere in the Bible. Thre were mentions of “antichrists” by Paul and the mention of a “beast” in revelation, but no charismatic guy from Romania was ever mentioned. I think someone’s been taking the “Left Behind” series as fact.
I can’t remember a single mention of the concept by any pastor I’ve ever heard personally – just a few of the noisier nutcases who somehow get on TV.

#29 l3wis on 09.09.08 at 11:53 am

What scares me is that the two candidates are tied in polling.

#30 hossenpheffer on 09.09.08 at 12:46 pm

polling, smolling.
we’ve talked about this.
most polling takes place during the day to people with land lines. even billy bob doesn’t have a land line any more.

#31 EggBert on 09.09.08 at 5:48 pm

I thnk it is fine that Sarah Paladin is a Christian, because once a Christian, always a Christian, no matter if people think we are crazy and want the world to end with the coming of Christ or not – since hurricanes are happening now – it is happening now so pray to your soul that you are saved and quit your ramblings of meaningless ramblings so that you can be afraid of the end of the world now before a hurricane strikes you dead and gets you wet. The end is here especially if Barack Osama wins the erection…

Sincerely,

EggBert and family (except Uncle Rusty and the sober half of Grampa Grumps)

#32 hosenpheffer on 09.09.08 at 7:11 pm

amen eggbert!