Hillary Clinton says the Bible is her Biggest Influence. Really?
Editorial | AdventMessenger.com
Hillary Clinton is obviously getting ready to make a run for Presidency. And like most politicians, she needs to appeal to the "Christian-based" community in order to secure as many votes as she can. Just recently she told the New York Times that the Bible has had the biggest influence in her life. But the questions we should ask is: "Does she read her Bible like the ways she reads the U.S. Constitution - very selectively?"
How can you claim that the Bible is the "biggest influence in your life when most of your political policies are anti-Bible, anti-God, and anti-Christian? So many politicians, celebrities, pastors, and so-called "Christians" love to give lip service to God and to the Bible and yet their lives say otherwise.
Many sport athletes thank God when scoring or when winning a championship. Many artists thank God when receiving some award. Politicians are no different when seeking votes. Many churches do the same thing. But how many of these "professors" actually know what the Bible says? How many realize that their lifestyle and policies are actually violating the principles of the word of God?
Hillary Clinton says the the Bible is her biggest influence. I suppose that would include her thinking and her positions. Then why does the support the gay, lesbian, transgender, and bi-sexual mafia that is attacking the Biblical position and definition of marriage and family values?
You see, that's what people are guilty of through all of history, starting with Adam and Eve. Professed Christians want to pick and choose selectively what they want to follow and what's convenient for them. This has been done in every generation and today is no different. Bible truth is cast away to the side and anti-Biblical heresy are embraced and taught as Bible truth. May God help us to open our eyes and seek to honor God by obey his truth.
"Ye hypocrites, well did Esaias prophesy of you, saying,his people draweth nigh unto me with their mouth, and honoureth me with their lips; but their heart is far from me. But in vain they do worship me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men." Matthew 15:7-9.