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Posted April 21, 2013
C O E X I S T E N C E
"COEXIST" the latest command
of the "New World Order" band
live and let live
no need to forgive
for there ain't no sin
each living their own spin
Coexistence a cold and loveless word
in a cold and loveless earth
for they have declared God dead
and worship themselves instead
mankind in his selfish pride
orchestrates the worldwide divide
but LOVE will return as LOVE
He begs us to throw in the glove
to run away from the dragon
to escape the devil's paddy wagon
to turn to the Eternal Light
be our heart broken but contrite
He will cleanse us thoroughly
from all sin and iniquity
we will live as brothers and sisters
no need to send us any twisters
no more armies, no more wars
no more enemies at our doors.
be watchful, children, be on guard
keep Me constant in your heart
My return date you don't know
but Myself suddenly I will show
in a new and peaceful Jerusalem
a new birth in a new Bethlehem
Rita Biesemans November 18 2012
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Posted February 23, 2012
In our current society, where tolerance is prized and expected more than truth, it is refreshing to read a book that speaks the truth. As the world changes, Christians must be devoted to the word of the Lord and to Biblical principles. As believers, we need to be concerned with the affairs of our world and we need to be ready to fight against the evils.
This book clearly outlines how those of us who care about the severe decline of morals in society can speak out with love. Coexistence would be great and it sounds nice, but Stearns clearly explains the many reasons why it will not and cannot work.
From years of global outreach, Stearns predicts the coming perilous culture clash. He shows the power of radical Islam to reshape western culture, why Judeo-Christianity is losing it’s strength, and what believers can and must do.
I found this book thought provoking and really appreciated the cultural descriptions of current events. It’s pretty interesting to think about where religious tolerance has allowed this country/world’s morals to go. It’s quite alarming.
I found this to be a pretty quick read and would definitely recommend it.
I received this book from Bethany House publishers review program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own
Posted February 19, 2012
No, We Can't discusses the three major forces in our world today - Radical Islam, Militant Secularism, and Judeo-Christianity. Each house is analyzed within today's context and gives a history of its origins. Then Stearns reveals the spirituality of each house. Think secularism doesn't have it's own religion? Expunging God from the world view is hard work and takes heavy devotion to self, materialism, and Oprah's New Earth Church. He relates each house to each other culturally and spiritually. The ultimate goal of Islam is a worldwide Muslim caliphate and they will kill every last person who stands in their way. The future of Christianity is unsure - will Christians and Jews re-embrace the true essence of their faith by substantiating it with biblical action and fueling it with the presence of God? Or, will they relinquish all influence over the free world (which was built on the foundation of their value system) to forces that will lead humanity into a new Dark Age? (page 177)
The questions to answer is up to the reader. Today we have a difficult choice to make. Can we really all coexist together when each dominant culture clearly states they can't? Do we embrace tolerance and multiculturalism that excludes and denies? The last chapter of Stearns' book is a powerful call to arms, so to say. He calls on us to stand fast for what God has built His house on. Reach out to others with prayer and peace. Embrace the reality of shalom and see His Kingdom come. (page 213)
I was given a complimentary copy of this book, however the views expressed are my own.
Posted October 27, 2011
A Look at the Dilemma of Tolerance in View of Freedom of Individualism Attempts at superimposing "Tolerance" on an entire population become abstruse in that this creates an "Intolerance" of anyone who disagrees with popular opinion. Robert Stearns presents the flip side of the current messages of coexistence in his book "No, We Can't, Radical Islam, Militant Secularism and the Myth of Coexistence." The book is endorsed by conservative Christian leaders as critical, vital, and timely. Stearns message challenges the reader to: Recognize a changing world-view, discover how individuals can be a part in making a positive change, and to be intentional in joining those who are in a search to find true answers for implementing in light of Biblical precepts and principles. He carefully presents the nature of three ideologies: . Radical Islam . Militant Secularism . Judeo-Christianity Prophetic in nature, Stearns writing is provocative, controversial, well documented, and disturbing. A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opions expressed are my own.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.