Pastor Dr. Robert Jeffress: “Donald Trump Is Right”…

Last Sunday Pastor Robert Jeffress discussed the nature of violent Islam within his sermon.  Despite the discomfort, it is a discussion long, long overdue.   As stated within his delivery “it is time for us, and for government, to act”.

There is much plain-spoken truth within this 6 minutes.  However, I would nuance the conversation with our own families slightly differently.  While it is essentially accurate to say we are confronting “Radical Islam”, and/or those who believe in “Authentic Islam”, there is a more accurate term for what we face.

The behavior we are confronting is “Islamic Jihad”.  The Islamic Jihad has been a never-ending war against the West.  Christians, Secularists and Atheists alike are all infidels; and as a consequence enemies of, and targets for, the Islamic Jihad.

Lastly, there is something rather significant to consider.   Everyone notices there is a growing anger amid all people, on all sides. 

It is entirely plausible to consider the reason for the anger is directly related to our unity being compromised.  Our inherent commonality is undermined.

There is a common enemy, and that enemy is the specific and identifiable entity waging terroristic war against all people – the Islamic Jihad.

Obfuscation, misdirection, political correctness and cultural marxism, all keep us from identifying the common enemy together.   We are continually told not to see Islam as the enemy – therefore as a united people we cannot identify Islamic Jihad as the behavior of the enemy.

…..The consequence of this continual avoidance is misdirected anger toward each other, instead of the enemy.

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97 Responses to Pastor Dr. Robert Jeffress: “Donald Trump Is Right”…

  1. azgary says:

    the muslim religious leadership does nothing about it and there is very little condemnation amongst the leadership to do anything about this so called “radical” islam.

    if it will not be condemned and worked against by the leadership it IS the policy of the religion.

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    • joanfoster says:

      Absolutely correct, azgary. One condemns what one finds offensive. The only condemnation of sermons like Dr. Jeffress is coming from members of our own communities, the leftist who have never found faith an abiding principle in their lives. Therefore, be it Islam or Christianity, or anything else, it matters not to these people. I look for the IRS to start knocking on the door of Dr. Jeffress’ church.

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      • yohio says:

        The problem is the left’s is a manufactured offense, and is used as a tool. So in reality when the true things people actually find offensive exist we can no longer show our outrage for or do anything about.

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        • PC controls the culture, with nobody’s permission. That is why PC must die.

          Shake it off. Walk it off. Laugh in its face. Push back. Push back hard, with warning, and with threats to respond in kind.

          Truth must remain – with no exception whatsoever – an inviolable defense against PC. The only way to do that is to not back down. EXPLODE back with truth, when poked by PC.

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      • PerryC says:

        This is what I’ve always wondered. Is there any notable person of Islamic faith that is standing up and firmly condemning the Islamic State? The silence from that community is deafening.

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        • In America, Zudhi Jasser (Syrian) is out in front, but there need to be 100 more like him, leading the charge, and he’s not speaking with religious authority. King Abdullah and Al-Sisi in Egypt are probably the best voices in the world, but again, not enough like them.

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        • cohibadad says:

          There are some Muslim “leaders” who denounce ISIS, but few that actually go beyond words, and nothing sustained. You will see Shias that denounce ISIS and Sunni terrorists, but are silent about Iran. You will see Sunnis that denounce Iran and Hezbollah, but say little about ISIS and AQ. I know of one Muslim leader that calls out both Shias and Sunnis, calls for the destruction of ISIS, and is raising a private army to fight them after watching the inept Iraqi government and soldiers run from the battlefield and surrender towns and huge swaths of territory. But standing against both mainstream Shias and mainstream Sunnis leaves one with a mountain of enemies and very few listeners.

          After the Paris attacks all I’ve seen from Muslims, besides the usual denials of any connection with ISIS, are feel good videos about how Muslim kids date, talk to gays, and are just as American as anyone. Lame.


      • Paul Henry says:

        Western Civilization/Christendom will be in for tough times ahead. Persecutions and maybe wars. Surely though, the Gospel of Christ is the Truth and shall prevail in the long run.


    • Sentient says:

      “The term moderate Islam is ugly and offensive. Islam is Islam.” Turkey’s Prime Minister, Recep Erdogan. A very instructive video on “moderate” Islam (3 1/2 minutes) I don’t know when or where this was recorded, but the speaker makes the point that the portions of sharia that offend Western sensitivities are held by most Muslims, so they would all have to deported if that were the criterion. This article explains much about the “logic” of ISIS – and how its holding territory is essential to its validity to Muslims. Shocking stuff. A must read if you want to understand ISIS – and how it interacts with other muslims.

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    • Doktor Bill says:

      You forgot to put ” ” around “Religion”….


    • nhtrespasser says:

      Yeap, not a single fatwa against “radical islam”/”radical jihad”


  2. justfactsplz says:

    I have watched Pastor Jeffress on t.v. and have always liked what he has to say. I felt like he supported Trump. Tensions are higher than ever. Our safety has been compromised. Islam is an evil ideology more than it is a religion. It is pure evil and we must come against it. ISIS needs to be wiped out plain and simple. Our borders need to be closed. We should take in no refugees. Our president is one of the enemy.

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  3. Suzy Kiprien says:

    He is missing the point. The Qur’an is the perfect word of their deity until it reigns supreme in comparison to other ideologies that are narrations and commandments by other human beings and not God.
    Until people understand this, we are doomed to loads of argumentation going nowhere.

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    • Too many infidels try to talk themselves out of the realities of Islam. It does not work.

      Islam is theocratic, supremacist, segregationist, colonial, and subversive by design. It only wants to change at the edges. The core – even the peaceful core – does not want to change, and will continue to spontaneously self-segregate, thereby creating radicals.

      Islam needs centuries more of positive interaction with the West – at a distance – to be ready for prime time. Those who rush the job are either incompetent or saboteurs of the West.

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      • lumoc1 says:

        What changes have occurred in the last 1400years of its existence that make you believe that a few more centuries of interaction with the West would make it ready for prime time? Maybe the time required is the end of times…..

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        • An excellent question, that deserves serious study. I’ll tell you one thing – if Obama thought he was doing Islam any favors by letting ISIS run rampant, one thing he didn’t do, was make that question come out any better for Islam. If Erdogan thought he was doing Islam a favor by killing secular Turkey, he may have actually done just the opposite, because people are quickly returning to the idea that Islam needs containment, not compromise.


          • Suzy Kiprien says:

            I am a Putin fan. If not for him, we would be in deeper shit. I am subscribed to Arab Source-Al Masdar news which gives me situation on ground in Syria more or less as it unfolds. Fascinating.
            Putin is now preparing to start Phase II – reconstruction of Syria.
            I love to see him stand up to POTUS, quite the delight. To think our worst foe has become our most admired man is quite strange.
            Russian army gave today a young German Shepherd to France in honor of Diesel, the martyred police dog :

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          • Suzy Kiprien says:

            Erdogan killed secular Turkey. The guy is a true Islamist that dreams of becoming the next Caliph. He has changed the education system requiring all students (this past year, one million students) to follow strict Qur’an lessons and much more. He’s been islamizing Turkey for past four years and most are joining in. No such thing as good Islam. Erdogan is dangerous guy. Notice the map of IS caliphate ends at Turkish border. There is a reason for this.

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      • Suzy Kiprien says:

        I agree. I have Muslim acquaintances and friends. I was with one for 16 years so I was part of their inner circle. High majority wants some form of Sharia for Norh America. It comes back to the smiling eyes and pretty smile towards us but another story behind the curtain.

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  4. Betty says:

    I haven’t listened to your Paster’s sermon yet. But yesterday I read an article that infuriated me, but also sort of condensed something I was thinking about. The article is:

    Laurene Powell Jobs Backs Amplify Education Company Bought From News Corp

    “Laurene Powell Jobs, founder and chair of Emerson Collective and widow of the late Apple founder Steve Jobs, along with Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa (R) and Rupert Murdoch (L), chairman and CEO of News Corporation, takes part in a panel discussion titled “Immigration Strategy for the Borderless Economy” at the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills, California April 29, 2013. REUTERS/Gus Ruelas”

    What I thought, just who do they think they are – “Immigration Strategy for the Borderless Economy”? Meeting right out in the open, making their nasty plans to turn us into a homogeneous mass of serfs? I think they should be rounded up and charged with treason.

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    • ScruffyLeon says:

      Leftists, Socialists, and Communists planning our future in their Utopian Society. 99% ruled by the 1%.

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    • Betty says:

      But what I have been thinking about is this. Why do they want to destroy our, and any other nation’s individuality, uniqueness? Are they so dull that they can’t find a way to lead a world into cooperative co-existence without making us indistinguishable from each other?

      That push by the liars, who say “Yes, Yes” when we say close the border, or any of the other lies they told to get themselves elected and then having them turn around and do the bidding of some hidden cabal is what is making everyone uneasy and angry.

      It is the constant pressure to not believe our lying eyes.

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      • Betty – I’m beginning to realize that the elite actually reflect the same pattern they try to impose, that being the pattern of a maniplulated herd. Most of the wolves are sheep to the super-wolves. Thus, yes – most of them are “dull smarties”. Seeking personal power as a primary driven, they are prone to parrot the popular, the correct, and the acceptable. They are groundbreaking enough to say things like “Hmmm – drone delivery is shocking but ingenious – let’s do it!” They are not able, however, to come up with answers that violate PC constraints. This shows that the mind control of PC works like a charm on even very, very smart people.

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      • yohio says:

        My only take anymore which we were always led to not believe, and like you said your lying eyes can’t believe is a hidden agenda. The problem is Trump and people like Sundance are pulling back the curtains on the agenda and it’s called GLOBALIZATION. For it to work there must be a socialism.

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        • Nightcrawler says:

          There is a school of thought, wholly embraced by the globalists, that ‘incorporating’ those who stand against “Judaeo christian free market individualism”, by making them both dependent upon and subservient to the profit incentive, will, in the long run, diminish and defeat the cultural barriers, homogenize the world population, bring the world into economic harmony and simultaneously provide extraordinary wealth to the ‘designers’ of said harmony.

          It is not a school of thought without some merit!

          However, it fails with respect to Islam. The central thesis of the ‘globalists’ is repugnant to the devout Muslim. Peculiarly, Islam, per Mohamed- at least insofar as I understand it- is singularly devoid of acceptance of the views of any other belief- whether it be religious or economic.

          The disciples of Mohamed battled relentlessly for 1400 years. – 1400 years! – to defeat the infidels of Northern Africa and Europe. They resume/continue the fight now. There is no globalist, economic solution to this relentless perversion.

          Therein lies the dichotomy of our present dilemma; Globalism (think GE or Sony) or Nationalism (think border Wall, think endless, endless bombing raids). Nationalism will, ideally, protect us from the ‘ravenous horde’! Globalism, will, ideally, turn the unruly (and all of us) into management/labor.

          I think I may need go back to the home now.

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          • yohio says:

            You are describing the Middle East and now Europe without the globalization part, the one religion or ideology that fits with no others is Islam. Who would have guessed Obama wanted that here. Wink wink.

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        • Betty says:

          Socalism or Islam, either we all agree to be socialists or the mohammedans will kill us – it is all the same to them.

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    • It’s somewhat ironic that people who operate in the “multinational” environment (travel broadens the mind) could be so myopic, but they suffer from the same perspective problem that so often afflicts the biracial and bicultural – assumptions from their own reality that simply do not scale in a dictated timerframe. Sadly, attempts to cheat the timeframe are unpredictable, because rarely do people bother to ask questions which threaten to invalidate initial assumptions – to say nothing of those which contradict the entire premise.

      Short version – prove to me that the borderless economy is even desirable for all of mankind. There are many scientific reasons to think that it is not.

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      • nimrodman says:

        “… ironic that people who operate in the “multinational” environment (travel broadens the mind) could be so myopic …”

        Maybe not so ironic when you consider that the multinational wags that hold the levers of power encounter the Islamic world via first-class flights or private jets, stay in those ultra-modern luxury high-rise suites in Abu Dhabi, and spend their time having tea with the wealthy sheiks and western-educated businessmen.

        From that vantage, the Islamic world looks peachy.


    • margarite1 says:

      Who is going to buy the stuff they’re selling when we’re all living like 3rd world beggars? This is a business plan I don’t understand…deliberately ruining your market.

      Liked by 2 people

    • rodney says:

      Yes they want to turn us into serfs. These globalists are the true enemy of mankind.


  5. annieoakley says:

    This man has more common sense and better theological insight than the Pope.

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  6. Bill Quick says:

    The only reason Lauren Jobs is paid any attention whatsoever is that she inherited billions and a name from a guy who actually created the worth of both.

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    • As a bit of an aside to any monitors of things Marxist out there – I will bet that the hard left parks a good half-dozen academic/religious/pop-culture communoids around the wife of every major entrepreneur in America. Because – well – if I was them, I sure would.

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  7. Nomadic100 says:

    There may be some hope here. Polling indicates a significant majority of Americans believe the country is on the “wrong track” and about the same number believe that the country is at war with “radical Islam.” This is true despite the delusional attitudes of half the country that Obama is doing a good job. It is too much to expect that a majority of the populace will ever realize that Obama is an enemy of the U.S., but they may come to believe that Obama is simply naive but means well. Republican candidates must continue to hammer on the “radical Islam” issue and the dangers it portends for America. The Democrats have already chosen the wrong side of this issue as they cannot, like Obama, even bring themselves to say the words “radical Islam.” The Islamists can be counted on to do their part by behaving like Islamists. This is a winner, though there is likely to be considerable damage inflicted by the Muslims along the way.

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    • patrickhenryrevisited says:

      They’ll all be better off when they drop the ‘radical’ prefix when describing islam.
      islam, all of it, is a radical defiance of Christianity.
      It is rejection of everything decent in humankind.

      If anyone were to espouse the same philosophy without cloaking it in a religious context, they would deemed insane and unfit to exist among civilized people.

      islam is at war with any and everyone who does not submit to it. PERIOD.

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      • Nomadic100 says:

        You are correct, of course, but I believe that it is unrealistic to expect that a majority of Americans will educate themselves sufficiently about Islam so as to truly understand its nature. Hence, to focus on “Islam” as being the enemy, while accurate, runs the risk of making those who use this word without the adjective “radical” susceptible to being labeled as bigots. We know that anyone who criticizes even “radical Islam” will be slimed by the “Islamophobic” label by CAIR and its fellows. That tactic will likely have more purchase if it seems as though a “pure religion,” i.e., “Islam” is being maligned. We don’t want that.

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        • patrickhenryrevisited says:

          My reality is this.
          I don’t care what the apologists for, or the ignorant of the evil that islam is; think of me.
          As a Christian, I will thank those who threaten me for their forewarning.
          I will forgive them for their trespass.
          I will turn the other cheek.
          But they won’t be here to see it.

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      • Exactly. Islam would be wonderful if it only fought on the battlefield of ideas, and without taquiyya, because I believe it has some core theological positives, like imperatives against idolatry, necessity of prayer, etc., etc. – the stuff we all know and which the leftists seem to think we don’t. Things which they use – like bad used car salesmen – as selling points for their social engineering failures, while leaving out all the broken-transmission facts about jihad, sharia, etc.

        If things were different, and Islam actual had no violent or other socially negative components, interacting with the West would probably help make better Muslims AND better Christians.

        But that is not the case. The left will never stop lying to itself, but the rest of us need to not only stop listening to the lies, but to challenge them in the courts of reality and public opinion.

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      • truthandjustice says:

        Yes, the root word for “Islam” is “Submission”. As Walid Shoebat, ex-Muslim, points out ISIS “IS” pure Islam. It’s not really “radical Islam” – just “Islam” in its purest form – the literal words of Muhammed, etc.

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      • rodney says:

        “If anyone were to espouse the same philosophy without cloaking it in a religious context, they would deemed insane and unfit to exist among civilized people.”

        Very true. This is why such a comment will never be said on national TV.

        The fact is Islam has been at war with the West since it’s inception and never stopped. Koranic injunctions mandate war until we are either killed or convert. And by war, I mean total war where there is no difference between civilians and soldiers. To a Muslim what was done in Paris isnt terrorism, it’s simply war.

        This cannot be said either because it runs counter to the secular narrative that all religions are the same and that human values are universal.

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  8. feralcatsblog says:

    Still far too few understand the devious game
    And fewer still will say it aloud, that simply Islam is the evil’s name!

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  9. feralcatsblog says:

    ISIS, al Qaeda, al Nusra, Boko Haram are all just Tips of the Spear of Islam. Islam is the primary cancer and they are just offshoots.

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    • The Saudis are a beautiful example of the fact that peaceful Islam produces violent Islam.

      The Saudis themselves are not exactly hawks. However, their Wahabi mosques are notorious radicalizers.

      Peaceful Islam produces violent Islam.


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  10. zadatn says:

    There are 84 radical mosques in the United States according to Clarion Project.

    Dar al-Hijrah, located just outside Washington in Falls Chruch, Virginia, for example, was the place of worship for two of the 9/11 hijakers. This mosque’s present Imam, Shaker Elsayed, described Muslim Brotherhood founder Hassan al-Banna’s teachings as “the closest reflection of how Islam should be in this life.” The Brotherhood “seeks to implement Sharia-based governance globally,” according to the Clarion Project.

    Multiple terrorists have come from the Islamic Society of Boston, including the Boston Bombers and al-Qaeda terrorists Aafia Siddiqui, Tarek Mehanna and Ahmad Abousamra.

    The Islamic Center of Tucson was “basically the first cell of al-Qaeda in the United States,” terrorism expert Rita Katz told The Washington Post in 2002. “At least a dozen terror-linked individuals have been tied to the” center.
    Read more:

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  11. Just CC says:

    You can trust In The LORD
    Trust in Trump !

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  12. It is a coincidence that I popped over here to throw this in the open thread, having just read it.

    Do You Really Believe there are Moderate Muslims?” by someone I’d never heard of. h/t Gates of Vienna, which I just recently rediscovered.

    I would ask the same question regarding murderous, hateful Christians. Do you believe they exist?

    “No True Scotsman Fallacy” argument is nonsensical. Are you a citizen of Scotland? Well, we have all sorts of proof that you are, and are descended from Scottish stock, hardy or otherwise. There are no citizenship papers, records, or identity cards for a religion. (I believe that about “True American”, as well. You are a citizen, you are an American. Bill freakin loser Ayers, unfortunately is an American. A True American — after all, it’s true. American is not a religion, and I hope it never becomes one.)

    It’s all about the fruit. I have a banana tree. Well, it SAYS it’s a banana tree, right there on the little sign nailed to it. Every fall I love to collect the peaches from it, right before they drop. So delectable. But who knew? Sometimes banana trees produce peaches! (Hey who am I to judge. It said it was a banana tree.)

    I have a dog that is loyal and obedient to me. I say “Come!” and he runs away from me! I say “Sit!” and he runs around in circles. I say “GIT EM!” and he cuddles with ’em. You could say that he’s one of my followers, right?

    Do you believe that dog exists?

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  13. tz says:

    I don’t think there is “Authentic” Islam any more than Christianity. MIslam has sunni, shia, alawite, etc. Christianity has Catholics, Orthodox, Protestants in several varieties, Mormons, etc.
    What does the Bible teach,mwe can’t agree. The Koran?

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    • zephyrbreeze says:

      Well we know for certain that Christ preached peace on earth, goodwill to men. Love your enemies. Do good to them who persecute you. Love one another as I have loved you. This is how men know that ye are my disciples: If ye have love, one to another.

      “Master, which is the great commandment in the law?”

      Matthew records that Jesus responded:

      “Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind.

      “This is the first and great commandment.

      “And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.”1

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      • phil fan says:

        Don’t confuse teachings of religious sects with the teachings of Jesus. Jesus not Moses, that’s who I follow = 5 Commandments of Jesus from Matthew:

        Do not be angry at anyone, ever. Make peace. Do no evil, none
        Be with one woman. Never divorce, ever.
        Not to swear allegiance even on the Bible. He said that we were not to bind ourselves by promises or oaths to the service of those who may constrain us to commit acts of folly and wickedness.
        Do not resist evil. To suffer wrong, and to give even more than men would exact from us; not to condemn, and not to use the law of men
        Love your enemies. Not to make war on anyone. To make no difference between a fellow-countryman and a foreigner; because all men are children of one father.

        None of these teachings for individual conduct do I take to mean Nations should not defend themselves. IMO even the most Christian nation should be well prepared to defend themselves. Prepared, ready, willing and able.

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      • Fred says:

        To understand how to treat others, you have to define neighbor. Someone living near you who is a murderer, or supports murderers is not a neighbor.

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      • phil fan says:

        Agree with the Pastor Jeffress above = Government should protect us and our borders. Job # 1. Not to identify threats to our security, not to be capable of even naming those threats, to ignore them or worse to cooperate with evil is evil in itself. Failure of the main reason we have a government. Secure our borders, build that wall, keep illegals out, all of which we do not have. Hence the surge of ‘President Trump’ who starts with these as his first principles. Naturally this threatens and infuriates those who have abandoned us in the name of being our leaders. Evil hates the light, this is a perfect example. God willing he and we will prevail in reclaiming our country.

        Regarding the commandments of Jesus I try to follow them personally admitting my failures. Nations do need people to serve, pledge allegiance, provide security for all of us however. No nation can exist without boundaries/borders. I favor a voluntary military for this reason: that it is preferable for people to volunteer according to their conscience not at the command of a worldly power.


  14. Nessie509 says:

    Sundance’s discussion about Occam’s Razor on November 17 and about the USA’s ISIS strategy is a chilling discussion, as is this pastor’s words. I fear for my grandchildren if they Must live and die under a presidency that fails to act to protect them from evil.

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  15. Aw, come on, spam filter.

    Should I have included a pic of bacon and kittens?

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    • I’m learning to just restate anew in another context, and find another place to repeat, when the spam filters get grabby. Most of the good posts people make bear repeating anyway, so please don’t hesitate.


  16. truthandjustice says:

    As I posted on another thread, he is the pastor of the very large First Baptist church in Dallas, TX. My daughter-in-law & family went there and I’ve visited a few times. Good example of what most “Evangelicals”, “Protestants” believe and I’ve been all over the country going to various ones for many years. I was raised in a non-denominational church, which taught similar beliefs – in that we are very patriotic, do not believe in the social justice garbage, not pacifists, and do not want these “refugees” brought here. I am guessing if it’s between Hillary/Dem or Trump, they will vote for Trump in large numbers, just as this pastor would.

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  17. rodney says:

    Al Azar university in Cairo, the gold standard in understanding Islamic theology has never condemned ISIS understanding of Islam. Why? Because what ISIS and AQ are practicing is authentic Islam, the same with Salafist and Hanbali Sunni schools of Islamic thought from which AQ and ISIS spawned from. The fact is they never condemned Osama Bin Ladens understanding.

    So when some fat headed, secularist westerner says what ISIS or AQ is doing isn’t islam, they are full of s**t. They haven’t read the Koran or supporting texts where it’s all laid out.

    Furthermore there is no such thing as moderate Islam, there are moderate Muslims but they are in effect non-observant Muslims. When they become observant Muslims they become hard liners who end up supporting the supposed radicals. They also have no say so in a Muslim community.

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  18. WoW! Bravo Pastor Jefress! I especially like how he made the distinction between individual responsibility and the government’s responsibility. A sharp contrast with the commie leftist trying to place the burden of the state upon our shoulders, example that it is “Christian” to take in these economic jihadist males, aka ISIS refugees (mercenaries), who are being portrayed simply as “refugees.” And how God established borders.

    I think the SLEEPING GIANT will be stirring out of its slumber soon, if not now. So far we’ve only heard from Pope Francis who wants open borders and inviting everyone in everywhere and I dare say he has been a big part of the problem. Italy and Greece are the 2 biggest entry points of migrants, and with ROME dictating it’s God’s will to allow anyone and everyone entrance, he is the real culprit. Then he has his nerve coming to US to tell us to do the same. Especially he knows Italy is poor and has nothing for any of them, but what does he care? He knows they will leave Italy anyway and all end up migrating north to places like Germany or Sweden or other more financially rewarding countries (who give money and aid to the migrants and “refugees.”

    Pastor Jefress gives scripture right out of the bible that negates the error of what Pope Francis is doing. It is not God’s will according to scripture that we have open borders.

    And it’s about time. The people of Christ have been silent for so long. I just never thought it would come out of the pulpit of meek and humble Jefress, that he would be that church leader that would be the one to deliver the message! I guess that’s what makes this more powerful.

    Everyone knows it is dangerous to hitchhike. A person can hitchhike many times without incident. But everyone knows all it takes is to get in the wrong car or open your car to the wrong person and be murdered. Therefore, most wise people do not hitchhike and why it became illegal, it’s a safety issue. So now we see our very government acting completely in conflict with safety on a massive scale.

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    • TheTorch says:

      Yes that was one of the key things I noted, the distinction between individual and government. I couldn’t believe it when he mentioned Trump! I stood up like the congregation! 😀


  19. Daniel says:

    Good! We need more of this guy and people like him. The group behind the site “” offers up some very interesting materials and information. I recommend it.

    I also love that he specifically plugged Trump. That’s worth more than anything money can buy.

    But, with all that said…

    …that guy and his church gets added to some “hate watch list” in 3…2…1…

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  20. Lulu says:

    I am glad the Bataclan photo is being shown here. Without obscuring. Those poor souls were executed. Caught in moments of innocent fun, enjoyment on a Friday evening. We should never forget what was done there.

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    • Lulu says:

      Paris: Bataclan Victims ‘Shot In Dressing Room’

      The lead singer of the band playing at the Bataclan concert hall on the night of the Paris attacks has described how gunmen slaughtered fans who hid in the dressing room.
      Jesse Hughes, the Eagles of Death Metal frontman, told Vice News that only one person in that room survived as the terrorists fired indiscriminately, by hiding under a leather jacket.
      In the interview, his voice broke as he described scared concertgoers playing dead.
      “A great reason why so many were killed was because so many people wouldn’t leave their friends, and so many people put themselves in front of people,” Mr Hughes added.

      We must never forget.

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  21. Lulu says:

    Didn’t get bolding closed properly. Sorry.

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  22. flyanddive says:

    Remember kids, Hillary is retarded:


  23. 22227z says:

    Excellent. I wish more of our churches had pastors like him. I loved the standing ovation he received.

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  24. Totally Domestic says:

    Thank you pastor Jeffress! I am so sick of Salt Free Christianity!!!!!
    We are to be SALT and LIGHT.

    Pablum sermons when we are being trodden under by the foot of man,
    just don’t cut it!

    Ye are the salt of the earth: but if the salt have lost his savour, wherewith shall it be salted? It is thenceforth good for nothing, but to be cast out, and trodden under foot of men.


  25. dizzymissl says:

    That was SO good. The audience was loving it. He was on Fox yesterday talking about it too:


  26. CatherinesMom says:

    Our pastor explained Islam religion a few months ago. I believe it is worth repeating. He started by saying “Many of you ask why isn’t there a leader of Muslims who cry out at the barbarity of ISIS?”

    To explain it, is the the ‘peace loving Muslims’ and the ‘jihadists’ are the same religion and belief system. Muslims goal is not to have a relationship with their God. (Who is not the same as God the creator–but that’s another comment). They can never attain that like Christianity-personal relationship. Their goal is Allah’s will. That’s it. And that “Allah’s will” is simply a guess. To be frank, it’s how that person feels is Allah’s will. That is good enough. That is a very low ceiling. They can pick and choose whatever Allah’s will is.

    The ones who are “peace loving” believe fully in what the jihadists are doing. It is not against their faith. The “peace loving Muslims” just choose to find Allah’s will in the “softer side of the Koran”. They will never oppose the jihadists. Ever. There will never be someone or some group of peace loving Muslims that decry the jihadists. To each Muslim it is its own individual way to express their religion–again pick and choose. He ended his talk saying that if a Muslim tells you, “This is not what we believe”, they are simply lying to you. It is. Jihadism is a core belief of their entire religion. Most chose to never go there and let the hard right do the dirty work.

    If confronted in our lifetimes to covert via the sword as they did so many centuries ago- never convert, and die a good death for Christ.

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  27. Joe says:

    Wow! Well said Pastor Jeffress!!

    We need more pastors who will tell the truth about how evil Islam really is.

    But I’m not holding my breath.

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  28. mjalbaine says:

    Amen Sundance. Very focused and well written. I would like to base my arguments against Islam on this video and article you’ve posted. When speaking with friends and family.


  29. Solo Tester says:

    “Everyone notices there is a growing anger amid all people, on all sides.”

    True, but why such polarization? The reason is it takes two to have an argument. The confrontation began with the Tea Party’s germination, which had as much to do with the Right’s disgust with all things Socialist and Marxist in America as well as Obama’s ascension to lead his rabble. As someone who is 64, I can tell you that for decades, conservatives in America watched endlessly as the Left raped, pillaged and plundered the political and cultural landscape of this country. The typical response was to shake our heads and vow never to stoop as low as these reprobates. That all changed when Obama took office and it was “enough is enough, we’re going to lay you out on the deck if we have to.”

    Things are coming to a head as the Right continues to push back. The Left is having to eat their own words and they are howling like banshees because they abhor confrontation. They are losing the fight in many ways and they know it. The Right isn’t taking their regurgitated lies as evidenced with the grass roots movement in the Republican party among the base. Upwards of 1,500 Democrat seats have been taken over in local, state and federal jurisdictions in recent years. They plainly see the writing on the wall.

    It is only the beginning, but the Left is growing increasingly insecure as they sense the end is possibly coming with the number of bona fide conservatives (the sheer horror of Trump leading the threat) running for the White House, their sacred propaganda clearinghouse. With the Right refusing to let up, and their Democrat party lacking any new blood to replace their decrepit establishment, we will see an increasing decibel level from the Left as they scream for more unwarranted attention. The more that decibel level meter rises, the more we know they are losing.

    Right now, it’s pretty deafening.

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  30. keebler AC says:

    I do remember back in 2009 seeing a video of modernized muslim students pushing back against their radicalized muslim class mates – extorting them to join the twenty-first century rather than spouting indoctrinated hate. It’s not an overwhelming movement by any means. These are the Bridgitte and Walid brethrens who’ve seen the light.

    Muslim women expect their role is to be submissive to men because they’ve been brought up that way. You know the type where the woman reprimands another woman to respect the man of the house. Daughters who don’t follow the hibab’s rules are punished. It’s very bad.

    Islam is not in any way a religion that worships a Good God. As the pastor correctly states, Islam’s diety is Satan – or – Opposite of God. The Koran was written by a pedophile and beheader. Therefore, its call to murder and mayhen is incited by a evil force, an evil diety conjured up by a human’s ID or base instincts. Its violence is base and not at all a progression from base, immature instincts to that of an adult – controlling its base instincts with experience, empathy and sage. It’s time to remove Islam as a religion. It is a murderous, annihilating political system. Let’s stop calling it a religion. Step 1.


  31. TexasRanger says:

    How Islam – Muslims Are Taking Over The World – Islamization Explained….


    Islamic Muslim Religion Beliefs, Facts, Population and Sharia Law In the US. How Islam Is Taking Over Europe and The World. ISIL (Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant) ISIS (Islamic State in Iraq and Syria). President Barack Hussein Obama supports The Muslim Brotherhood and their goals.


  32. Will says:

    I’m guessing that Jeffress will be targeted either by the IRS or one of the proxy groups. Perhaps they already have been. It’s refreshing to hear this sort of clarity. I attend a mega-church, but they have become very pc in the few years I have attended. It’s gotten so that I hardly listen to the sermons, and go only to group events for the company. Very troubling in light of the multi-faceted anti-Christian front that seems to be spreading like wild-fire.


  33. JAS says:

    Sundance is right. These terrorists are not radical Islam, they are just jihadists, the name given to that persona following the tenets of Islam. The secular left in the world cannot grab the concept of Islam. They can’t come to terms with the word “religion” as it pertains to Islam. The principal tenets of the religions in the Western world are “Pray and let pray” and “Live and let live”, tenets that are diametrically opposed to those of Islam.

    Muslims cannot condemn jihadists because they are then condemning their own “religion”. Sadly, if history is any indication of what the future holds, it will be just more of the same, and for a long time to come. Yes, securing our borders is a good first step. But if other Western nations do not follow suit secure borders will become meaningless. Even securing all Western borders will not be enough. Nuclear ballistic missiles do not respect borders, and mark my words, we keep going down this insane road and it is just a matter of time before Islam lobs them our way. Insanity is doing the exact same thing over and over all the while expecting a different result.


  34. Clc says:

    radical islam=BLM. both are poison. I believe government is behind both and uses both for their political ends.


  35. TwoLaine says:

    I had not seen this before, and tho’t this thread would be a good place to share.

    Evangelicals lay hands on Donald Trump
    A meeting with pastors and televangelists invited to Trump Tower ended with the group surrounding the candidate and laying hands on him for a closing prayer.
    By Bob Allen
    Thursday, October 1, 2015


  36. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    A powerful message and almost 100% correct — i would make one correction which is remove the word “radical” This is a religious war against Islam and the preaching of the war lord Mohammad. We are at war with Islam and even Thomas Jefferson knew that over 200 years ago when the Muslim raiders we still taking slaves out of Europe.


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