U.S. Ambassador Murdered in Libya |
by Frederick Hoehn, copyright 2012.
Currently, an important news story is the murdering of the U.S. Ambassador to Libya. He was murdered with three other Americans in Libya.
Are we now reaping the benefits of the "Arab Spring?" It's rather looking like the Arab Spring was not such a wonderful thing.
How is Libya a better place now than it was under Khadafy? There are those who said change was needed. But not all change is for the better. Sometimes change is for the worse, as when we got the changes that came by electing Barak Obama.
The fact that Osama Bin Laden is gone doesn't mean the hatred of non-Muslims by Muslims is gone. To the contrary, Muslims would like to find revenge against those who took out their hero.
Remember Major Hasan at Ft. Hood, Texas? It was thought that Hasan was one of the good Muslims. He had gone through his training to be an Army Psychologist. He was counseling returning combat soldiers.
But then something happened. Hasan got orders sending him to the battle area. Hasan didn't like those orders. "What to do, what to do," thinks Hasan. "Oh, here's what I'll do. I'll get my guns and start shooting people. Sooner or later, as I'm shooting people, someone will shoot me, and I'll die a Muslim martyr, upon which my religion says I'll go to heaven."
But things didn't go quite as planned. Hasan did get shot, but it didn't kill him, it only paralyzed him.
And his religion lied to him. God says, in his book, the Holy Bible, "No murderer has eternal life abiding in him." (1 John 3:15) Eternal life is going to heaven. If you don't go to heaven, you do go to hell, Major Hasan.
When Hasan got orders he didn't like, he chose to be a Muslim martyr. This promise that Muslim martyrs go to heaven is why so many are willing to be suicide bombers.
Muslims don't read the Bible, so they don't know that you don't get to heaven by being a murderer. They will see their error when they arrive in hell, where there's crying and gnashing of teeth, where their worms don't die, and where the fire is not quenched. And by the way, hell is forever, Major Hasan.
How long will it be before the United States figures out that we should not be trying to help Muslim nations? That we should not be giving them foreign aid? That we should not station military personnel there? That there is no good reason why an American ambassador should be stationed there?
How long will it be before the United States stops disobeying Jesus, who said, "Don't cast pearls before swine?"
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