MY FELLOW TRUE CHRISTIANS, DID THE JEWS INVITE THE WRATH OF JESUS ON THEMSELVES AGAIN?
My fellow real Christians,
Have you seen these two pieces of news about Jews today? In the first story we hear about a Heeb politician, the kind much like the apropos named Anthony Wiener, who received a gift of Christian love--the Christian Bible. I know that being true Christians, we use the brain that Jesus gave us, and thus would infer that the Jew acted righteously and accepted Jesus as his Lord and Savior right then there. WRONG! The bagel-breath had the gall to go in front of TV cameras and rip apart our beloved KJV 1611. Just in case you want to know the name of this Jew milque toast, it is Micheal Ben Ari. I am sure that now any true Christian will never miss an opportunity to witness to him, specifically emphasizing his hellbound status.
What's more, we all have to thank our baby Jesus for exacting His revenge on the Jew. Praise Him! As you can see from the other news story, partially posted below, it was not long thereafter that a bus full of Jews was blown up! Relative to the supposed culprit, the Heeb Prime Minister is blaming the Iranian camel-jockey Mooslims. LOL! As true Christians we have got to appreciate the irony of these people angering our Christian Jesus, and then they wonder why they have to suffer yet again. What a bunch of fools!
JERUSALEM (AP) — An Israeli lawmaker has torn up a copy of the New Testament in front of cameras in his parliament office.
An aide says Christian missionaries mailed the Christian scripture to Michael Ben-Ari of the ultranationalist National Union Party.
Itamar Ben-Gvir said Ben-Ari, an Orthodox Jew, was enraged to receive the book, in whose name he says millions of Jews were slaughtered. Ben-Ari tore it up, he said, then posed for photographs with the destroyed Bible.
Many Christians over the centuries persecuted Jews, holding them responsible for Jesus' crucifixion.
SOFIA, Bulgaria (AP) — Israel vowed to strike back at Iran for a brazen daylight bombing Wednesday that killed at least seven people on a bus full of Israeli tourists in Bulgaria.
The bombing was the latest in a series of attacks attributed to Iran that have targeted Israelis and Jews overseas and threatened to escalate a shadow war between the two arch-enemies. Iran has denied involvement in the past but did not comment on Wednesday's attack.
President Barack Obama termed it a "barbaric terrorist attack" and called Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to pledge U.S. help in finding the perpetrators.
The blast gutted the bus at the airport in the quiet Black Sea resort city of Burgas, some 400 kilometers (250 miles) east of the capital, Sofia, where the Israelis had just arrived on a charter flight from Tel Aviv carrying 154 people, including eight children.
In the name of the Savior hung on the Cross,