Did you hear about the day that God delivered a message directly to the politically correct yet spiritually bankrupt crowd in Washington DC?
It happened. It happened on November 14th 2014, in of all places The National Cathedral. It happened in an audible voice with a message that no one could misunderstand.
As it turns out the voice of God doesn't sound like Morgan Freeman, or even a blend of Charlton Heston and Cecil B. DeMille doing a voice over. God's voice sounds a lot like a perimenopausal quinquagenarian Michigander. Don't let that distract you from the message. What was said will echo alongside the great eternal monologs on par with: "Let My People GO!", "Thou art the man" and "Repent or in 40 days you will be overthrown".
The National Cathedral describes itself thus:
Washington National Cathedral is called to serve as the spiritual home for the nation. The Cathedral is a national treasure and an architectural feat, a place of stunning beauty built to inspire. Inside, artwork and exhibits tell the American story of faith. Outside, you can explore gardens and grounds shared with three outstanding schools—or peer with gargoyles from the city’s highest point.
This is a place for spiritual enrichment above all, whether you come here for worship, a concert, a pilgrimage, or an insightful program. It is a place open to all.
It is open to you.It is open to you, especially if you support the violent overthrow of the United States and the death of all those who will not convert to Islam. Which is why in a spirit of "interfaith inclusiveness" they decided to hold an Islamic Prayer Service this last Friday. What they did was set up a big press event disguised as a demonstration of tolerance. Since they were being oh so tolerant, security was in place to silence dissenting views.
Christine Weick, a 50-year-old Michigan woman with flowing blonde hair who lives out of her car, rose from the packed National Cathedral, the hall of halls in terms of religious prominence in America, and moved toward the front of the church.
She pointed to the cross hanging overhead.
That cross seemed to be the one thing nobody wanted to look at, she told WND Saturday in an exclusive interview.
The Muslims had set up their prayer rugs in such a way that their backs were turned on the cross, which they consider an alien religious symbol. Jesus was a prophet but was not the son of God and never died on a Roman cross, according to Muslim teaching. Yet, they found themselves staring at a woman who demanded the cross become the center of attention. She then blurted out the message she had traveled all the way from Tennessee to deliver.
“Jesus Christ died on that cross. It is the reason we are to worship only Him. Jesus Christ is our Lord and Savior,” she said. “We have built enough of your mosques in this country. Why don’t you worship in your mosques and leave our churches alone?”
She immediately heard voices in the crowd yelling for security.
What she didn't hear, but I wish she could, is the cheering of her countrymen who agree with all our hearts with what she said and did.
I wonder how long it will be before the religion of peace carries out a fatwa. Personally I'm praying for a brook of Cherith redux, or better.
May God bless Christine Weick and protect and prosper her.