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Chris Cuomo Tells Americans They ‘Don’t Need Help From Above’
In his case he is right, because he gets his help from BELOW, HELL, where his Daddy Satan will soon be residing with him!
On Friday night, (6/26/20) CNN host Chris (Fredo) Cuomo emphasized to viewers that they do not need “help from above” but can do the right thing and make changes in their communities on their own.
“If you believe in one another and if you do the right thing for yourself and your community, things will get better in this country,” Cuomo said.
“You don’t need help from above,” the CNN host stressed. “It’s within us.”
Uh, no Fredo there is NOTHING good in us. Especially a Filthy Fake News Communist Catholic like you!
Jeremiah 17:9-10 “The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it? 10 I the LORD search the heart, I try the reins, even to give every man according to his ways, and according to the fruit of his doings.”
The clip, days old, resurfaced on Tuesday, sparking Christians to respond.
“Chris Cuomo: ‘You don’t need help from above; its within us.’ Yep, that tactic is working SUPER well right now!” mocked The Blaze TV’s Allie Beth Stuckey. Read more here
Fredo has mocked Christians many times on air. When he mocks us, he is mocking God! Galatians 6:7 “Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.”
“First, I would like to offer my thoughts and prayers, because that’s what you do when you offer ‘Thoughts and prayers’. You mock those who lost loved ones because if you gave it any thought at all, you would never walk away from any of these without figuring out a better way to deal with them,” Cuomo said on CNN airwaves.
“And prayer?” the host continued, “You think leaving it to God is the answer?”
“So what are you praying for? What would it take?” Cuomo asked, bizarrely adding, “How about a stadium full of children of the most influential people in our society, all holding puppies. What if they were all shot and killed. Would we act? Oh, don’t be ridiculous — more ridiculous than doing nothing? Time after time?”
Watch this video I made of him, as well as some of his Communist cohorts mocking the LORD. Here are two articles that are related also.
Democrat Satanists and Witches Mock Prayer for Victims of Texas Massacre – Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Parrots Chris Cuomo, Chris Hayes and other God Haters: ‘What Good Are Your Thoughts and Prayers’
BTW, this video was removed by youtube so I put it on one of my back up sources.
What Happened To Nations That Turned From God?
God is very clear in His Word that He deals with people, individually or as groups (cities, nations, etc.) according to how they honor, or refuse to honor, Him. The biblical record tells us that God pronounced judgment on quite a few cities and nations.
We are taught about God’s judgment in the first book of the Bible, Genesis. The first judgment we see is the one pronounced on Adam and Eve, and the entire human race by virtue of our connection to them, when they chose to sin against God.
Later in Genesis, we read that God judged the entire human race living at that time, with a worldwide flood. The reason for this judgment was once again due to humanity’s rebellion against God (Genesis 6:5).
Sodom and Gomorrah
The cities of Sodom and Gomorrah have become synonymous with wickedness and evil. These cities received God’s judgment for their wickedness also, “Now the men of Sodom were wicked, great sinners against the LORD” (Genesis 13:13).
God judged Israel’s enemies
God repeatedly brought judgment against those who opposed His people, Israel. The Bible tells us that God judged the Amalekites, the Moabites, the cities of Babylon and Sidon. Exodus 34:11 tells us that God would drive many nations out of the land to make room for His chosen people, “…Amorites, the Canaanites, the Hittites, the Perizzites, the Hivites, and the Jebusites”.
God’s judgment was fierce and final
God gave each of the people groups He judged plenty of opportunity to turn from their sinful ways and follow Him, therefore, when He finally executed judgment, it was a mighty display of His power. When God pronounced judgment on Babylon it included some intense elements. The Bibles says that their enemy’s, “…bows will slaughter the young men; they will have no mercy on the fruit of the womb; their eyes will not pity children. And Babylon, the glory of kingdoms, the splendor and pomp of the Chaldeans, will be like Sodom and Gomorrah when God overthrew them. It will never be inhabited or lived in for all generations; no Arab will pitch his tent there; no shepherds will make their flocks lie down there” (Isaiah 13:17-20 ). Sin is incredibly grievous in God’s eyes and it must be punished. These judgments are examples of God’s judgment of unrepentant sinners.
God’s judgment on Egypt was similar to that of Babylon, with an added curse on the Egyptian land. He dried up the waters of the sea and the rivers. He made the canals foul and stinking. The Nile was cursed to dry up and the reeds and rushes that grew there were cursed to rot away. The land would stop growing produce and there would be no fish to be caught in what waters remained (Isaiah 19:5-9).
Even God’s chosen people were not exempt from His judgment if they rebelled against Him. God instructed Moses to warn the people of the nation of Israel that He would rain down judgment on them if they were disobedient (Deuteronomy 29:24-26). God warned His people that He would make an example out of them, to the rest of the world, if they turned from Him (2nd Chronicles 7:19:22). Jeremiah 18:9-10 tells us that God said that disobedience would bring God’s wrath, even on His chosen people.
However, God also reassured them that, as long as they were faithful to Him, He would forgive them and be their God, “If at any time I declare concerning a nation or a kingdom, that I will pluck up and break down and destroy it, and if that nation, concerning which I have spoken, turns from its evil, I will relent of the disaster that I intended to do to it” (Jeremiah 18:7-8).
God would rather people, and nations, turn to Him and be saved
God does not judge people and nations because He is some kind of ogre who likes inflicting pain. The Bible tells us that it grieves His heart when people refuse His love, “Say to them, As I live, declares the Lord GOD, I have no pleasure in the death of the wicked, but that the wicked turn from his way and live…” (Ezekiel 33:11, see also Ezekiel 18:23, 32).
In the New Testament, we read that although God gives us the power of choice, He would rather we all choose Him, “…it is pleasing in the sight of God our Savior, who desires all people to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth” (1st Timothy 2:3-4 – 2nd Peter 3:9). The Bible also tells us that He has done everything it takes to provide a way for us to have our sins forgiven and to be reconciled to Him.
God’s promise to people and nations
The message of God’s offer of forgiveness is to be found all through the pages of the Bible. One of the clearest Old Testament presentations is found in Second Chronicles, “…if my people who are called by my name humble themselves, and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and heal their land” (2nd Chronicles 7:14). We are given a choice.
God has given us warnings that He will judge sin. He has given us examples of where He has judged sin. However, He has also provided the way that we can be judged righteous and have eternal life. Jesus Christ paid the price for our sins when He died on a cross for you and me. Whether we face God’s judgment as so many of the people of the Old Testament did, or are forgiven of our sins and inherit eternal life, the choice is ours. Will we choose to come to Jesus Christ and gain eternal life, or reject Him and be judged with eternal punishment (Matthew 25:46)? We each must choose and now is the time to choose (2nd Corinthians 6:2). Source: What Christians Want To Know
2nd Chronicles 7:14-15 “If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land. 15 Now mine eyes shall be open, and mine ears attent unto the prayer that is made in this place.”
Jeremiah 33:3 “Call unto me, and I will answer thee, and shew thee great and mighty things, which thou knowest not.”
What are the consequences of nations turning away from God?
Got Questions – Psalm 33:12 says, “Blessed is the nation whose God is the LORD, the people whom he has chosen as his heritage!” The psalmist is speaking of the nation of Israel. God chose Israel as the nation through which He would bring His promised Messiah (Deuteronomy 18:15; Malachi 4:5–6; Isaiah 7:14–16). He promised to provide, bless, and protect the Israelites if they followed Him. But the Old Testament gives us heartbreaking details of what happened when they turned away from Him (Ezekiel 5; 20:8; Isaiah 1). Israel’s history shows us some of the consequences that can befall a nation when its people turn away from God.
No other nation on earth will ever have the position that Israel has in God’s grand plan. It would be a mistake to “claim” many of the specific promises that God made to Israel, because they were for a specific time and purpose. For example, nations today are not promised bumper crops and healthy livestock if they obey the Mosaic Law (see Deuteronomy 28:4); that promise was for Israel under the Old Covenant in the Promised Land—the blessing was specifically tied to the land of Israel (verse 11). But many of the general principles found in Scripture are applicable to everyone. We can learn from Israel’s history what generally to expect when nations honor the Lord and what generally to expect when they rebel against His commands.
As long as the Israelites honored the Lord, destroyed idol temples, and kept God’s commandments, the Lord was actively involved in their defense when other nations fought against them. Exodus 14 is the first example of the Lord as Defender for the newly formed nation of Israel. As Moses led the people out of Egypt, Pharaoh and his armies raced after them. The people were terrified and began to doubt whether Moses knew what he was doing. But then “Moses answered the people, ‘Do not be afraid. Stand firm and you will see the deliverance the Lord will bring you today. The Egyptians you see today you will never see again. The Lord will fight for you; you need only to be still’” (Exodus 14:13–14). What followed was the miraculous parting of the Red Sea (verses 21–22).
In contrast to this miraculous intervention, the Bible gives us examples of God refusing to intervene when destruction came upon Israel. Second Kings, beginning in chapter 24, details the end of God’s blessing on Israel. God’s chosen people had defied the Lord, built idol temples, and filled their lives with fornication, murder, and adultery. They had desecrated the temple and ignored the Law for generations. God sent prophets to call them to repentance, but they would not listen and often killed those messengers (Luke 11:27–28). The Lord had warned them repeatedly, and, when they refused to listen, He sent judgment in the form of invaders who took them captive and destroyed their cities (2 Kings 24:12–14). The once-great nation had been brought low and lost the blessings God desired to give it. The general principle we learn from this is that sin brings negative consequences. Galatians 6:7 is God’s warning to individuals and to nations that He will not be mocked. We reap what we sow.
Many nations of antiquity are nonexistent now, having brought God’s judgment upon themselves for their sin. Edom (Jeremiah 49:17–22), Assyria (Zephaniah 2:13–15), Sodom (Genesis 18:20), and Babylon (Jeremiah 51) were all wiped out, according to the biblical prophets, for their evil before the Lord. There remain no representatives of the Hittites (Exodus 23:23), Moabites (Zephaniah 2:8–10), or Philistines (Zephaniah 2:5) due to their stubborn rebellion against the Lord.
God blessed Israel in prospering them when the people honored Him. God had brought them into a land that was “flowing with milk and honey” (Numbers 14:8). When they obeyed Him, He promised to provide all they needed and to protect their lives (Exodus 23:25–26). He cared that they lived peacefully and happily (1 Kings 4:25; Psalm 29:11; Proverbs 19:23). He commanded them to honor His Sabbaths so that they would have rest (Leviticus 19:30). But, when Israel followed wicked kings into idolatry and harlotry, God sent famines and pestilence on the land that He loved (Ezekiel 5:17). We learn from this that the Lord delights in prospering His loyal servants (Psalm 25:12–13; Proverbs 13:21). Material wealth is not proof that God is blessing a nation, since evil kings and countries prosper too. But, when we honor the Lord and obey His commands, we reap the benefits of living honorably, morally, and honestly. A nation that honors God’s laws reaps that benefit as well. History shows that those that do not are often destroyed from within.
God gives us His laws for our own good. He created us to fellowship with Him and walk in righteousness. When we do that, we are living within the healthy boundaries He established and are protected from much of the heartache and catastrophe Satan devises. But, when a nation turns away from the true God and becomes its own god, the Lord removes His protective hand and allows that nation to experience the world it has demanded. Romans 1:18–32 shows us the progression of people and nations that have defied God and redefined morality. Homosexuality, unbridled lust, and idolatry are all part of God’s judgment on a nation that has turned away from Him.
The good news is that God knows those who are His and promises to reward them, even when all others have turned away. Malachi 3:13–18 contains one of the most comforting passages in the Old Testament. It reminds us that God is watching, He knows all, and He will judge righteously. Even when a nation turns away from God, individuals within that nation can still follow Him and know that their names are written in God’s book of remembrance.
If you go to the store to buy Meat, don't run to the Milk section or the Junk Food aisle looking for it!!
The Meat Section is the True Gospel of Jesus Christ.
The Milk Section is likened to those who will not preach on sin and Hell, just a feel good message, the Social gospel.
The Junk Food Isle is the outright false doctrine AKA the prosperity gospel, name it and claim it, the Hebraic Roots movement and other false teachings!!
Feasting on just Milk and Junk will eventually cause you great harm, you can count on it!!
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