Summary: Sermons on Islam, Judaism, and Christianity
In our struggles to uphold what is right, our good intentions can be received as wrong to the unbeliever as well as to those weak in their relationship with God. As a result of this, often the right which we sought to do falls short because we sought to do right in the wrong way or the wrong time. This is one of the reasons Paul cautions us through Romans 14 to accept those whose faith is weak, without passing judgment on disputable matters. Therefore, as the maturing sons and daughters of God, our strong relationship with God allows us to overcome all obstacles, perceive the mysteries of God, as well as receive the gifts and calling as one chosen by God. However, there are other maturing children of God whose faith is different or who can only overcome some obstacles. Moreover, Paul cautions us not to let these obstacles or disputable matters cause a divide between us. The Scriptures state, ‘The man who eats everything must not look down on him who does not, and the man who does not eat everything must not condemn the man who does, for God has accepted him. Who are you to judge someone else’s servant? To his own master he stands or falls. And he will stand, for the Lord is able to make him stand.’
Therefore, at this time in our chaotic history, the most serious threat to the United States is those we elected to run this country. Therefore, we should carefully redraw the lines of attack in the war America has waged against the terror that besets this nation. America and our political leaders should revisit the harsh words and statements made against the household of God. One word of advice for every Congressperson that was present at the hearing on the radicalization of the Muslim community; before you claim your allegiance against something know what it is that you are against. Romans 14:22 cautions us with these words, ‘So whatever you believe about these things keep between yourself and God. Blessed is the man who does not condemn himself by what he approves.’
In my quest to remain a loyal American and perform my duty as a man chosen by God, I find myself in the strange position of trying to stop my country from starting an unbeatable war against the God that I serve. Although I promised to defend this nation against all enemies foreign and domestic, the pledge I agreed to do not include the word DIVINE. Therefore, you can expect me to defect and be on God's side if America continues to assault the household of God because I am a man chosen by God.
It has become dramatically evident that the American political ideology does not agree with the teachings of Islam, Judaism, or Christianity. As a result, we must understand that just as any parent will protect their children; God will come to the aid of the household of God. When God comes, America will receive a memorable beating. In 1st Chronicles 16, the Scriptures proclaim touch not my anointed and do my prophets no harm. Therefore, if America continues to assault the Islamic, Jewish, and Christian religion by calling their God evil and His Laws useless, we will find out what happens when America is caught standing face to face with the wrath of the God of Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, and Jacob. Me, I will not be there because I will be standing with God.#
Moreover, America must realize that the Sharia Law is more than just a noun used to describe the code or set of laws derived from the Koran and from the teachings and example of Muhammad. The Sharia Law is just as important to the Islamic faith as the Mosaic Law is to Judaism. It is used to govern the life of the Islamic theocracy as the Mosaic Law governs the Jewish theocracy — the priest nation. Both sets of these codes or laws point out God’s will for Ishmael and Israel as the sons of Abraham and original members of the household of God.
In the book, Jews, God & History, by Max I Dimont, he states, "There is a curious resemblance between the philosophic outlook of American constitutional law and that of Mosaic Law. The federal government has only the powers granted to it by the Constitution. The individual states can do anything not specifically denied to them. In essence, the Mosaic Law also established the principle that the Jews could do anything not specifically denied to them. By fencing in only the negative, Moses left an open field for positive action. This allowed the Jews great flexibility. As long as they did not do anything specifically prohibited, they could, like the individual American states, do anything they wanted to do."