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Monday, February 3, 2014

SUPER BOWL XLVIII : POLICE STATE EXTRAVAGANZA~"LEVEL ONE EVENT" FOR YOUR ALLEGED "SAFETY" (Feb 02, 2014)

CONTROL NOT SAFETY IS THE GOAL

Imperial Armed Police Takeover at Super Bowl Transit:

Published on Feb 2, 2014
As Infowars makes their way to cover the mass mind control of the Super Bowl, they encounter imperial armed police, bomb sniffing K-9 units and the TSA at the train station. The police state is in full effect at Super Bowl 48.

Mind Control Hats Dispersed at Super Bowl XLVIII:

INFOWARS REPORTER NOT ASKED FOR TICKET WHEN ENTERING:
Published on Feb 2, 2014
On the scene, Infowars continues to cover the mass distraction and police state rollout at Super Bowl XLVIII. They discover, "Video Ski Hats" that were given to everyone in the stadium with instructions saying to put the hat on and that it will be turned on when they, "remotely instruct it to do so". Now while the title of this video is satirical, (with the hats being used to create a giant LED "screen" in the crowd) in reality the Super Bowl zombies have been victims of mind control through the distraction and non stop propaganda that is fed to the public during these bread and circus events. 

Super Bowl XLVIII: A Victory for The Police State:

Police State 2014: AKA Super Bowl XLVIII:

Published on Feb 2, 2014
Despite a flight restriction zone imposed over New Jersey's MetLife Stadium, F-16 fighters will patrol the skies.
National Guardsmen will attend the event for security and "community relations."
There will be a 32-member armed forces chorus that will contribute to the national anthem.
Black Hawk attack helicopters and Chinook transports from the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) will do a flyover. It was requested by the NFL, Col. Steve Warren told Politico.


MARCH FOR LIFE 2014-WASHINGTON, D.C.

March for Life 2014


Published on Jan 23, 2014
Full footage of the March for Life 2014, shot from inside the March itself, along Constitution Avenue from 7th St. NW to 1st St. NE and south to the Supreme Court house.

March For Life 2014 was held on January 22, 2014 

in Washington, DC, USA:


JIM DALY OF FOCUS ON THE FAMILY DIPLOMATIC BUT TOTALLY UNBIBLICAL RESPONSE TO GRAMMY'S EVIL

THE DECLINE & FALL OF FOCUS ON THE FAMILY

JIM DALY PUTS BURDEN ON CHRISTIANS 
TO RESPOND TO WICKED CULTURE WITH TACT, DELICACY;
ENGAGE CULTURE CREATIVELY, REFLECT GOD'S LOVE;
ALL WITHOUT SCRIPTURE;
NEVER MENTIONS TOTAL DEPRAVITY OF MAN;
NEVER MENTIONS THAT GOD HATES SIN;
NEVER MENTIONS THAT GOD HATES HOMOSEXUALITY;
NEVER MENTIONS THAT GOD HATES WITHCRAFT & SATANISM:

SEE: 

"3 Lessons Christians Can Learn 

From the Grammys’ 

(Mass Gay) Wedding Ceremony":

Republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, and research purposes:

I’m the type who turns on the TV to watch a football game, not an awards show, but I did hear about the mass wedding at the Grammys last night.
Here’s a recap: actress and rapper Queen Latifah officiated a marriage ceremony for 33 same-sex and straight couples. The ceremony was part of a performance of the song “Same Love” by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis.
“Same Love” came to prominence during Washington’s Referendum 74 campaign, which ultimately legalized same-sex marriage in the state. The song and its music video are telling – as Christian thinker and commentator Gabe Lyons reflected in a tweet last night, it represents “the heartbreaking reality of how our culture views love, sex, hope, marriage and the church.”
Same Love’s first stanza tries to take down faith-based views on same-sex relationships in bold and blunt fashion:
The right-wing conservatives think it's a decision
And you can be cured with some treatment and religion
Man-made rewiring of a predisposition
Playing God, aw nah here we go
America the brave still fears what we don't know
And God loves all his children, is somehow forgotten
But we paraphrase a book written thirty-five-hundred years ago
I don't know
 
So, what to make of all this?
 As a believer in Christianity, it’s tempting to ignore it. But if you have children who like music and are inevitably or eventually going to be drawn into the debate, or if you’re a fan yourself, I don’t think it’s wise to turn a deaf ear to it all. When modern culture collides with our faith, which it does on a regular basis, it’s important for us to remember that God’s heart breaks for those who don’t know Him. (Psychoheresy). And so how do we, as Christians, respond when His Word is mocked and ridiculed? How do we express His love with grace and truth in a culture that’s seemingly not at all interested in it?
Here are three things to remember:
1. Even many of the most ardent detractors of tradition recognize its legitimacy. 
These progressive artists seem to still desire the very Christian principles of commitment and sacrificial love. (Is he serious?) At some level, this shows an innate understanding of natural law – what Romans 2 describes as having “the law written on their hearts.” 

It’s the Christian’s job to explain that, ultimately, this yearning for what’s good and right and to be fully loved can only be fulfilled in Jesus Christ. 
2. Christians must engage the culture creatively. 
You may have heard the quote by Scottish writer and politician Andrew Fletcher who once said, “Let me write the songs of a nation. I don’t care who writes its laws.” He was arguing that the real power to persuade and impact society lies with those who can capture a culture’s imagination.  

I agree with him – to a point. I think marriage defender Ryan Anderson has an even better take on this tension. I’ll quote from his public remarks on whether law is downstream from culture:
The upstream/downstream metaphor can be misleading. Culture shapes law, but so too does law shape culture. The law both reflects our values and teaches values – especially to younger generations. The better metaphor, I think, is that of two coasts connected by a tide, that comes in and out, that picks up and drops off on the shorelines. Law and culture reinforce each other, either for or against human dignity and human flourishing.
… we need to encourage Christians to develop good art, good music, good film and television.
It’s not that we need fewer natural law philosophers, or appellate litigators; it’s that we need more of everything.
Christians should be at the forefront of every sphere of human life, embodying excellence in all that they do, bringing glory to God in every domain. 
In short, there’s work for everyone, for artists and musicians, for pastors and theologians, for statesmen and lawyers, for scholars and activists.
 3. Our engagement must reflect God’s heart.
The day will come when God will test our works, revealing what each of us has done. I pray that, on that day, it will be shown that the foundation of our good works was Jesus Christ. This means we must be as concerned about the real men and women behind the societal ills we face as we are about the “issues.” 

How we engage testifies our faith. As I wrote in my book ReFocus, “The ongoing challenge for Christians in an ever-changing culture is this: how do we express a Christian ethos in a way that draws people into the discussion? How can we always be ready to serve as a witness to the love of Jesus? We are believers called by Jesus Christ to spread His good news. While we cannot compromise our principles and doctrine, we must also be compassionate and considerate and not expect the people of the world to act like Christians. By the same token, we don’t want to start acting like those who live according to the principles of this world. It requires a delicate and thoughtful approach to life.”
Last night served as a reminder to us to promote what we believe and show the beauty of God’s plan with our unique talents and abilities.  Our faith compels us to speak and engage the culture. 
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See: Andrew Fletcher: 
See: Ryan Anderson of First Things:
Quote from First Things:
"First Things is published by The Institute on Religion and Public Life, an interreligious, nonpartisan research and education institute whose purpose is to advance a religiously informed public philosophy for the ordering of society.




NATALIE GRANT FAILS TO CONDEMN GRAMMY PERVERSION & SATANISM

NATALIE GRANT
CHRISTIAN CONTEMPORARY MUSICIAN 
LOVES THE WORLD MORE THAN JESUS CHRIST;
TRAITOR TO THE WORD OF GOD; 
SIDES WITH THE WORLD; PROTECTS CAREER:
1 JOHN 2:15-17
"Do not love the world or the things in the world. 
If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is 
not in him. For all that is in the world-the lust of the flesh, 
the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life-is not of the Father 
but is of the world. And the world is passing away, 
and the lust of it; but he who does the will of God abides forever." 


MASS GAY WEDDINGS AT GRAMMY AWARDS:

Christian Singer Natalie Grant 

Responds (Sort Of?) to Criticism 

for Leaving Grammy Awards Early;

Chooses Non-Judgmentalism:
EXCERPTS:
“I’ve judged no one. I hate no one. And I believe that every person has been created in the image of God,” 
“I’ve many thoughts about the show tonight, most of which are probably better left inside my head. But I’ll say this: I’ve never been more honored to sing about Jesus and for Jesus. And I’ve never been more sure of the path I’ve chosen.”
"The sexually-charged duet featuring BeyoncĂ© and her husband Jay-Z was characterized by some as “raunchy,” a witch-themed performance by Katy Perry was dubbed as being “Satanic” in nature, and many expressed disgust at the mass same-sex (and heterosexual) “wedding” that was officiated by Queen Latifah on stage following a performance of the homosexual advocacy song “One Love,” sung by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis."

SEE OUR PREVIOUS POSTS:
http://ratherexposethem.blogspot.com/2014/01/katy-perry-satanic-performance-natalie.html
http://ratherexposethem.blogspot.com/2014/01/bisexual-katy-perrys-descent-into.html

SEE:
Love Not The World:
http://www.jesus-is-savior.com/Basics/love_not.htm

Katy Perry & Juicy J - 'Dark Horse' Satanic 

Grammy 2014 Performance: