President Bush masquerades as a believer but he is not and that is partially the fault of the fallen away church I am sad to say. I work with a person who cannot stand Bush or many so-called Christians and always has to point out that Bush as well as the founder of Blackwater Global (The Private Corporate Military contracted by the United States and many others in Iraq and involved in various scandals) are born again Christians. I then have to point out that they are not, but frauds. This sort of lie is bringing hatred and persecution upon true believers and you will see the lie clearly portrayed in this article. It frankly disgusts me.
BLOOMBERG [Bloomberg L.P.] - By Holly Rosenkrantz and Janine Zacharia - January 11, 2008
President George W. Bush called it ``amazing'' to walk in the footsteps of Jesus as he wrapped up a three- day visit to Israel and the Palestinian areas during which he outlined a framework for peace talks between the two sides.
Bush, a devout Christian [Ed. Note: No he is not! He took a blood oath to Satan when he joined Skull & Bones that he refuses to break, he believes that Yahweh and Allah are the same and that Moslems will go to heaven. He is a devout anti- christian!] , flew by helicopter from Jerusalem to visit Christian holy sites in Israel's Galilee region, stopping first in Capernaum, which according to the Gospels is where Jesus first began to preach and performed miracles.
Standing among ruins of an ancient synagogue on the bank of the Sea of Galilee, Bush smiled as a Franciscan father in a long, brown robe read him a Bible passage about casting out the unclean spirit.
After his tour of Capernaum, Bush was given a crystal inscribed with his name and the Biblical passage: ``Blessed are those who are peacemakers for they will be called children of God.'' [Ed Note: You cannot be a peacemaker when you blatantly disregard and disobey the word of God]
He then traveled to the Mount of Beatitudes, where Jesus delivered his Sermon on the Mount. Grasping the hands of two nuns, Bush said it was an ``amazing experience'' to walk in Jesus' footsteps.
``This isn't an everyday occurrence,'' he added with a laugh. - - - -