President Bush, an End-Time man of religion?

President Bush, an End-Time man of religion?

President Bush, an End-Time man of religion?

President Bush, the Skull and Bonesman and man
of war, has won the hearts of much of the religious right by
giving them money. Sadly, most religious leaders gravitate toward
money like hogs around a feeding trough after missing three
feedings. The "faith-based initiative" has been stalled in
Congress, so the President is side-stepping Congress by using
executive orders to get the money to the religions. (14) He has
also established a "faith-based" office in every cabinet
department. (15)

We must remember that Satan is very religious,
so religious that he wanted to be God according to the fourteenth
chapter of Isaiah. It was shortly after the attacks of 9-11-01
that President Bush stated that Islam is a religion of peace and
that the word "Islam" means peace. This is another error, for the
word "Islam" means submission. The Arabic word "salam" means
peace. The word "Muslim" means "one who has submitted."

On September 17, 2001, President Bush removed
his shoes and entered into a Mosque in Washington, D.C., where he
made a speech saying, "When we think of Islam we think of a faith
that brings comfort to a billion people around the world...."
(16) President Bush is so religious that for the past two years
he celebrated Hanukkah at the White House by lighting the
menorah. The event that truly troubles me, however, was the
incident in Japan. On February 18, 2002, President Bush entered
an ornate Shinto Temple erected to house the spirits of the late
emperor Meiji. Here let it be known that the Prime Minister of
Japan waited outside in the limousine, because he is forbidden by
Japanese law to enter such a temple because emperor worship led
to World War II. Thus, our so-called "Christian" President and
his wife stood in front of the Shinto shrine of Meiji. Mr. Bush
clapped his hands once to awaken the demon and bowed deeply in
worship and then signed the book of worship. Kiyomasa Akashi of
Logos Ministries in Tokyo said, "It was an act of idolatry. Even
worse, it was an official, public idol worship. He did bow before
the shrine where the Meiji Emperor is enshrined as a god." (17)
This was reported by Dr. Robert Morey, author of over 40 books on
cults and founder of the California Institute of Apologetics.
(18)

14. U.S. News & World Report, Dec. 16,
2002, p.4, by Paul Bedard. 15. Ibid.
16. The Bible Guys Newsletter, Dec. 2002, by David M. McNabb,
South Hadley, MA. 17. Ibid. 18. Ibid.

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