Beck: GOP Needs 'Come to Jesus' Moment on Conservative Values
News Max Excerpt: Referring to
his [Glenn Beck's] own decade-long struggle with alcoholism,
Beck told the audience, "I have not yet heard people in the
Republican Party admit they have a problem "I have not seen a
come-to-Jesus meeting. . . . 'Hello, my name is the Republican Party
and I've got a problem. I'm addicted to spending and big
government.' . . . They need that moment."
revealing is that?
Commentary: Which "Jesus" is Glenn Beck Speaking of?
Well, of course he is speaking of the Mormon Jesus, the
one that was a man that obtained a type of god-ship and lives on a
planet with his wives and children.
Christians should see that this is not the true Jesus,
therefore, should not be happy to hear Glenn Beck speak
those words. It concerns me that so many born again Christians are
falling for the "catch-all" Jesus movement. If you are born again,
don't fall for this.
Note: This took place
at the 2010 CPAC meeting, which allowed the homosexual group,
GOPROUD to take part in. What does that tell
Follow-up: Many born again
Christians, get very excited to hear any public figure refer to
"Jesus." We have a tendency to jump to the conclusion that if a
person mentions the name "Jesus," that the person is actually
speaking of "THE Jesus." It is very easy to fall into a trust for a
person that speaks the name "Jesus" into a situation. We need to
know if a person is not speaking of the true Jesus or if a person is
just using the name of Jesus in vain.
Glenn Beck worships
the Mormon Jesus because he is Mormon. Therefore when he speaks of a
"Jesus," he is speaking of the Mormon Jesus.
God says that He
will not share His glory with any other. The "god" that is spoken of
in places like Alcoholics Anonymous is a catch-all "god." It doesn't
matter who or what a person considers to be "god." Hence Glenn Becks
"god" at his meetings, which he would have been referring to, is the
Mormon god or gods (because their "Jesus" is a separate god from
It is very important that born again
Christians do not fall into this "catch-all" Jesus movement. Our God
is a jealous God, who won't share His glory with any
Debra J.M. Smith 02-22-10
Also see: http://www.debrajmsmith.com/Mormonism.html