"Look, I am standing at the door, knocking. If one of you hears Me calling and opens the door, I will come in to share his meal, side by side with him." (Rev 3:20)
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So sad, so tragic, so predictable. Islam is an evil, lying cult. Yes, there are many millions of good people trapped in this cult, but they need rescuing from the lies they have been fed from their youth. What they don’t need is to be confirmed in the lies by idiot sympathizers in the West.
Yes, we need poetry, we need songs, we need movies about this incident and about the martyrdom of Christians that is going on right now in all these dreadful countries where the Islamic barbarians are on the March. We need stories about Miriam Ibrahim. I am so full of grief that I feel mute, except to pray. And the saddest thing of all is the lack of knowledge,care, concern, understanding in the West. The Pope is the only one who seems to get it, and he has no Crusaders to rally this time. I am so glad that Larry is posting this. We all have to do what we can.
Islam uses words to say that it is a "religion of peace", just so long as one goes along with the chaotic misinterpretations among those who would dictate it's precepts. As such peace is fleeting by the moment as to the whims of those who would peddle such a thing. It is a terrifying, impermanent "peace", to those who submit. Catholicism is a Faith! Faith in Love and Hope of True and Everlasting Peace in the bosom of the Creator of All Things, for now and forever. Any "religion" which does not embrace the greatest virtues of Love, Hope and Faith, is false, and anyone who adheres to such a thing is Spiritually starving it's followers. Evil deceives the souls of those who are drawn to it. And within such a false religion, there is chaos, evil and eternal death, with hate as it's foundation. Islam is a true oxymoron.Once again, Thank You Susan Fox and Lawrence G. Fox.
I still cry, whenever I think of James Foley ! Mary prepared him courageously to meet Her Son Jesus! By spending his jail time praying the Holy Rosary!