Zev Porat

Monday, September 28, 2015


by Rev. Joda Collins
"Dear God,
Please do not allow this woman to become President of the United States of America.  She is a criminal in so many ways. She is pro-everything that is demonic and anti-everything that is godly.  I know our Country deserves this woman as President. We deserve your curse because many of our citizens have cursed you and many claiming to be of the household of faith have turned their backs on biblical principles.  Like Abraham over Sodom and Gomorrah, I plead for your mercy.  Give us another chance to turn from our sins as did Nineveh under the preaching of Jonah.  
And, please do not let this woman become President.  Your Word is clear from the Trinity being masculine, to the events of the fall of humanity in the Garden and Paul's writing about that fall, to the call and order of the Patriarchs, from the pen of Isaiah, to the calling of the 12 men to build and lead your early church, to the call of men to fill the office of Pastor, from Paul's pen denoting the husband as the head of the wife/home and more -- that your perfect will is male leadership in the home, church and society.  
Would you raise up a man of wisdom and courage to lead this once-great nation back to greatness?   
We have suffered much under the oppressive anti-American and anti-Christ hand of Obama, the evil Democrats and the cowardly Republicans in Congress, as well as at the hand of the stupid and/or the ignorant who voted them into office.  We have been shamed over and over for nearly seven consecutive years by the unrelentingly evil Obama administration.  Our cup of shame is about to run over.  Please deliver us from the shame of being lead by a woman. Give us a man that will use the Office of President to restore some morality, godly-authority, respect and honor at home and around the world, back to the title of 'American.'    
Deliver us from the evil ones. Better than that, even so come quickly, Lord Jesus.  Today is an excellent day to see you face to face
In Jesus name, I pray. Amen." 
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Rev. Joda Collins
I make no claim that anyone else agrees with my opinions.

Footnote about Deborah:
Whenever challenged with a truth or reality that is contrary to our sinful nature (or good sense), human beings have a highly developed sense of justification. Eve justified her behavior by blaming the devil.  Adam justified his sin by blaming Eve.  Blaming someone or something else for our failures is comfortable.  We, also, find it convenient to discount our wrong as a minimal offense hardly worth noticing.  We rejoice to justify being wrong by pointing to someone else who does the same thing wrong or something worse.  Sometimes we claim what we are doing is justified because we found an exception to the rule; we seek to make void the rule and promote the exception as the rule and us innocent of all charges.  However, is it unwise to ignore the rule because there exists an exception. That is childish thinking; justification with absolutely no merit.  If the road speed limit is 45mph and a police vehicle passes you at 55mph, that exception does not void the maximum legal speed limit of 45mph.  If you got a ticket for 10mph over the speed limit and went to court with the defense that a police car passed you driving 55mph, the judge would laugh at you as he pronounced you guilty.  We are supposed to learn in our childhood that such justification is unacceptable. 
Using the art of justification, many want to point out that Deborah was a Judge and from this statement imply that since there was an exception to God's standard (creation-norm) of male leadership, the norm of male leadership is null and void for all women who want to lead the home, the church or society.  For example, Jesus said to "love our enemies and do good to them."  However, God directed Joshua to kill his enemies (Joshua 6:20-21); therefore, because of that exception Christians are to void Jesus' command to love our enemies and do good to them, and kill them all.  Do you think that is a wrong deduction and an unwise justification for murder?  Sure you do.  Likewise, one female Judge does not negate God's standard of male leadership.  Rather than try to use the exception to destroy the rule, find out why the exception was allowed in spite of the rule. Only when that exception exists is the rule non-applicable.
If you what to know more about why it is a violation of elementary logic and basic scripture to use Deborah as justification to attempt to discount or destroy God's norm for male-leadership in the home, church and society, read (for free) chapter six, seven and eight of my book entitled, "The Biblical Role of Women..." found at http://www.lulu.com/shop/joda-l-collins/the-biblical-role-of-women-in-the-church/hardcover/product-6217634.html.
Father and Son are masculine, obviously. The Holy Spirit is referenced to as "he."  (John 14:26)
Genesis 3:6
1 Timothy 2:14, 1 Peter 3:1-7, 1 Corinthians 11:3.
Patriarch (God's chosen standard for government) = A man who controls...family, group...government.  (http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/patriarch)
Isaiah 3:12:   Childish leaders oppress my people, and women rule over them. O my people.... (NLT)


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