In the aftermath of CNBC’s liberal attempted whipping at the latest Republican presidential candidate debate, what many of us already know is the media could care less about treating conservative and God-fearing people fairly. There is simply reason for this. These are the media types many of whom are Democrats with liberal ideologies and anti-biblical worldviews. They have a blinding hatred of God and because their love of sin comes first, there won’t be much interest taken for what is good, right or just. Because of their love of breaking God’s commands (which is sin) is so great, there isn’t going to be much interest in defending innocent life or praising biblically based family values either. Fairness in their mind would mean they would have to look at what God thinks about sin. They would have to look outside themselves and acknowledge that perhaps they are accountable to a higher power. This isn’t likely because doing so would mean facing hard truth’s and consequences about their own sin filled hearts.
Take a simple debate for example and suppose a candidate believes something contrary to what God says is right like gay marriage. You better know that anybody who already wants to break God’s commands will support this candidate because they will publicly defend and even excuse breaking God’s commands (sin). The opposite is true. When a candidate or person stands up to proclaim their support for biblical values and even believe God’s commands to be the truth and worth obeying, such a person might as well have a giant target on their back. Therefore we see sides being clearly drawn but this shouldn’t surprise any of us. This is a classic example of good vs evil.
We see this battle of good vs evil being played out in a literal and physical way when ISIS and Muslims kill Christians for a seemingly simple belief in Jesus. We see the same battle when big-shot media types attempt to verbally destroy God-fearing presidential candidates in a debate and on their TV shows. We see the battle of good vs evil when police are increasingly becoming characterized as the enemy even in the face of growing crime and murders. The lines have already been drawn between good and evil and it’s up to us to recognize and call it for what it is. So which side are you on? What happens after you die will be determined by what you think now.
“It is appointed for men to die once, but after this the judgment” Hebrews 9:27