President Obama and his family attended Easter Sunday services at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Washington, DC. Holding tradition from Obama’s 20-year tenure at the church of racist minister, Jeremiah Wright, in Chicago, the sermon of Rev, Dr. Luis Leon was, in part:
Rev. Luis Leon
First, illegal immigrants should go back from whence they came, not LEGAL immigrants. Second, the political entity that put “blacks” in the back of the bus were southern Democrats, who also organized an organization called the KKK.
When it comes to religion, there is not political right or left, Rev. Leon. For your information, the “right” has supported integration and legal immigration far longer than the Democrats have. A Democrat president put immigrants [legal immigrants] into internment camps from 1941 to 1945 via executive order – not Republicans.
Apparently, the church has been in too close contact with the federal government, specifically the socialist members. The sermon was for the benefit of Mr. Obama.
Tomorrow is Good Friday, a very special day for Christianity, a prelude before Easter Day that commemorates the victory of Jesus Christ against death. It is a tradition for Christians to attend mass and churches to remember what the founder of Christianity represents and the covenant with God.
Adore God. Reverence and cherish your parents. Love your neighbor as yourself, and your country more than yourself. Be just. Be true. Murmur not at the ways of Providence.
Those who are not Christians use the day to gather with family for a traditional feast enjoying the unity of the family nucleus, an entity that has slowly disintegrated in the society of the United States.
In a speech given by Ronald Reagan in the following video, he stated:
I have said that we must be cautious claiming that God is on our side. I think the real question we must answer is: Are we on His side?
Spring – the time when nature is resurrected after cold winter and it is a time when planting begins to prepare for the fall harvest and the next winter. It is also a time when Christians celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus the Christ of Nazareth, founder of their religion.
Every major holiday, I write a history and something about that particular holiday or festive occasion, but this time I feel that no one has said it better than Mark Alexander, publisher of the Federalist Patriot and the Patriot Post. Here I present his rendition of the Resurrection and Easter meaning, with permission: Continue reading