What if Mitt Romney were to come in through a Brokered Convention, riding as if on a white horse, with a Save the Constitution Platform?

The further we go into this election year, the stranger it gets. Many of us can see the situation descending into Martial Law and civil war. I can see Obama declaring Martial Law and cancelling the election as he seeks to retain power. I can see Donald Trump starting a competing government in New York and Ted Cruz opening a second alternative government in Texas. I can see States succeeding, General Officers trying to separate their units from the control of Washington. I can see the absolute breakdown of the food distribution networks, banks closing, widespread hunger and deprivation. I can see an external enemy taking advantage of the chaos and nuking us while we fight each other. I can see the Hand of an angry God, falling in judgment.

I can also see an alternate situation. Obama leaves office to pursue the position of Secretary General of the UN, Hillary gets arrested, Trump and Cruz duke it out and a Brokered convention elects Mitt Romney as their choice… a peace maker and savior of the Constitution… the one who will take down the flag and submit us to a world government.

What if Mitt Romney were to come in through a Brokered Convention, riding as if on a white horse, with a Save the Constitution Platform? What if the Illuminati, the Bilderbergers and the Mormon Church got behind him with all of their money and power? What if every Right Wing, pro America group signed up? What if the whole purpose of Trump’s candidacy is to make that possible?

There is, in the Mormon Church, a “White Horse Prophecy”. This prophecy speaks of the day when the Constitution is in great peril and a Mormon on a White Horse rides in to save the Constitution, the Nation and the World. Mitt Romney’s Mormon friends tagged him as being that rider on a white horse, while he was in college. They still believe that.

From Tom Horn’s book, “Zenith 2016” On Mitt Romney and The White Horse Prophecy: “This brings us to the present hour. The clock is ticking down toward the year 2016 when some expect a constitutional crisis to unfold right in time for a Mormon savior to appear on his white horse. Romney has already made his 2016 presidential ambitions public, and he isn’t just any Mormon. He is the miracle baby of a woman who was told by her doctor she could never bear…”

Mormons teach that Jehovah is a man, in a man’s body. They say that He ascended to his position because he was a good Mormon on another planet. Jesus and Lucifer are brothers… Lucifer became the Devil because Jesus and he each put up plans for the salvation of mankind… Jesus won, Lucifer lost and got mad.

Mormons believe that good Mormons get to be God of their own planet.

Mormons teach that Jehovah traveled to earth in a physical body, deflowered a fourteen-year-old virgin named Mary and became the father of Jesus…

Mormons are not Christian. This is ancient pagan religion and nothing more.

Unfortunately, most Christians don’t have a clue. Most God fearing, patriotic Americans would vote for Mitt Romney, not understanding that Mitt, his church and his friends all believe he is destined to rule the world and create a New World Order.

Is it possible that a Pagan Savior could come in on a white horse, wearing a white hat and waving the American Flag? Could it be that the American candidate for Antichrist is a Right Wing Cowboy who looks more like John Wayne than Bill Bojangles Robinson?


Splits and Divisions

If you are born again, you are family. I feel strongly about some side issues but you are free to disagree. If you got sprinkled and I got dunked… who cares. If I believe in tongues and you don’t, so what?

To fellowship with Saints above, Oh, that will be Glory!

To fellowship with Saints below, Well, that’s another story…

The truth is, the Bible is pretty much self-explanatory. If you are saved and the Holy Spirit lives in you, the basic truths are hard to miss. Much confusion comes about when men do not want to believe the Bible and come up with complicated theological systems that attempt to explain away the obvious message and negate its requirements.

Most church splits occur, not over major, central Christian Doctrine but over the peripherals. If you erase the churches and denominations that have been lead into heresy by evil men, those that are left, agree on the basics…

Denominations do not split over questions like:

  • “Is Jesus the Christ?”
  • “Are men in need of a Savior?”

They split over questions like:

  • “Is Baptism by sprinkling valid?”,
  • “Are Tongues and prophecy for today?”

More often, splits occur over important questions like:

  • “Should we install blue carpet or green?”
  • “Should the Board members pay for their own coffee at Board Meetings?”

In any group, charismatic, unsaved leaders will arise and attempt to lead the church into heresy. If they lose, they leave with a percentage of the congregation and start their own cult. If they win, God fearing members must leave and continue the true Church in other places. The Devil is real and these things happen.

It is, however, much more common for churches to split over issues that have little or nothing to do with the Gospel. These issues are what we call “Denominational Distinctives”. Growing up Baptist, we were known by what we did not do. If you told your friend that you were not allowed to go to the school dance or the Saturday Matinee at the theater, they would often come back, “Oh, you must be a Baptist!” There was a short list of things that Baptists believed that gave the Preacher bragging rights and allowed him to frighten you out of visiting the Presbyterian Church with your friend from school. (The Presbyterians have two pulpits… one on each side and none in the Middle. Baptists heard from God that one pulpit, in the middle was much more Christian!)

If you believe the basic Christian Gospel, have repented of your sin, asked Jesus to save you… If you are born again, you are family. I feel strongly about some side issues but you are free to disagree. If you got sprinkled and I got dunked… who cares. If I believe in tongues and you don’t, so what? If you like blue carpet and I like green, we will pray on green carpet one week and on blue the next… It is your house. If you give me coffee when we meet at your house and I ask you to bring your own, can’t we still be brothers?

I argue strongly for what I believe on this blog. If you disagree, I will push you to define your reasons. Your answers will push me to refine my own. That is good stuff. We do not always have to agree on everything. If you believe that you should support a political candidate and that voting matters… we disagree. You are still family. Jesus loves you and so do I. That doesn’t mean I am not going to argue you into the ground.