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During a segment of his show Chris Matthews once again erased any evidence, no matter how scant, of being the least bit serious and credible as a voice within an ever increasingly twisted and downright shameful media echo chamber. He spoke ever so glowingly about our president, like a tickled young teen age girl describing with flowery serenades to her brother why Justin Bieber’s so great and why her brother should think so too. And of course whenever you have this form of mindless idol worship, and this is idol worship no doubt, you have the extreme end of those emotional appeals to said idol. As the the person bowing on cue to the very presence of said idol and all your romantic responses to the allure of the image, you’re equally obsessive when it comes to finding out why some don’t share in your enthusiasm for the golden calf.
For as much as Chris Matthews fawns and pants over the very voice of his idol, he rejects any form of objection and rebuke by those who believe worship is best reserved for the one and true messiah, Jesus Christ.
But to liberals who by a large majority inhabit the secular world, Jesus is a long haired antiquated square compared to their guy Barack. Why worship a truly perfect man, in fact Jesus was the most perfect man to walk the earth; and for a reason. You see Christ’s very existence wasn’t for the sole purpose of being perfect for the sake of perfection or his ego, but to be in the world, over come the world, die on the cross for the sin of mankind, rise from the dead, and ascend into heaven with the father. Jesus lived 33 years and not once did he project the idea of perfection by his words alone, but by his action and his words. Jesus wasn’t about Jesus, he didn’t love him some him.
So if Christ is the bar, and he is, then how can Chris Matthews call Barack Obama the perfect man? Well, that’s the point: Jesus is the bar in which we look to model ourselves, but the world has a standard unto themselves that is neither noble nor very high. Mr. Obama by no fault of his own clears the low, slightly lopsided bar put up by a world increasingly more confused and more spiritually void. The left believes what the world believes, which is “I want a god I can see and hear, one I can touch and project onto”. President Obama is the perfect impostor “Jesus” because they can believe in him without changing their lives. When you become born again, ultimately you’re going to abandon the old habits, friends, and lifestyle you once had. But as the world and the left sees it, they want God, or want to worship a god that fits around their lifestyle; sort of like an elastic wristband god, or mood ring god. But those of us who have overcome the world know the real God is not a mood ring, for God is the same today, yesterday, and tomorrow.
So no I’m not surprised that Chris Matthews said Barack Obama is the perfect man, husband, father, and the perfect American, because Chris Matthews has proven to be the face of utter worldly ignorance. Is Mr. Obama a good father, of course, a good husband, yes, a good American, I believe so; but is he the perfect example of all of those things? No, because no man is, not even Christian men. And that’s the point.
Here’s a little ounce of truth for Chris Matthews and other liberals you have bought into a lie they themselves created about the president:
“If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us”-
(1 John 1:8)
“Only Christ can be our ideal, our bright and morning star”– (Rev. 22:16)
“Only he (Christ) can say without any reservation”, “Follow Me; do the things you have seen me do. Drink of my water and eat of my bread. I am the way, the truth, and the life. I am the law and the light. Look unto me and ye shall live. Love one another as I have loved you.”– (Matt. 11:29, Matt 16:24, John 4:13,)
“Be ye followers of me, even as I also am of Christ“- (1.Corinthians 11:1)
“Do not bring your servant into judgement, for no one living is righteous before you.”– (Psalm 143:2)