Obama is now Pastor and Chief of a New One-World Religion?

God told us in the Last Days there would be a One-World Religion, all religions working together, all of them anti-Christ, including the false Christian denominations. We are told there would be a single prophet of that new religion, the False Prophet, it is Obama? Because of him religions that should oppose each other, that have nothing in common are holding worship services together and finding no conflicts between them, seeking harmony in some universal god and faith.

It is so odd that Newsweek calls Obama the Second Coming of Christ, Muslims see him as the Mahdi – the Messiah of their faith and Christians hailing him as a prophet, a Messiah figure to save the world. People of so-called faith, many of them sincere people of color with deep faith, look upon Obama as a messiah figure, people even faint in his presence.

This is no mere charismatic political leader, despite his failures in the past four years, he still has strong support, he has been able to deceive the people about his true nature and his reelection looks like a coronation, not an inauguration. I cannot know what role he plays in these times, but he is certainly operating in the spirit of anti-Christ.

Over two thousand people joined Barack Obama and Joseph Biden for an interfaith inaugural service this morning at the Washington National Cathedral, which united the nation’s religions in prayer for the Obama administration.

The service included a variety of guests from a number of religions, who presented Christian, Catholic, Muslim, Sikh and Jewish prayers for the president. Islamic Society of North America President Mohamed Magid delivered an invocation asking that Obama would have “discernment and the self-control necessary to our time,” a Sikh representative asked that all men would have “concern for our neighbors,” and a Catholic layman spoke of the need for interdependence in America.

“Transform the jangling discourse of our nation into a beautiful symphony of the human family,” prayed Raphael Warnock of Atlanta’s Ebenezer Baptist Church, where Martin Luther King Jr. once pastored. “And through us may the earth and all of the families of the earth be blessed.

As previously reported, one of the keynote speakers for the event was Adam Hamilton of United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kansas, the largest megachurch within its denomination. Hamilton, who is known as being the author of the book Seeing Gray in a World of Black and White: Thoughts on Religion, Morality and Politics, delivered a message about finding common ground and working together.

“Over the last two weeks, I’ve been praying a lot. ‘God, what would you have me to say to these remarkable people? And the first thing I felt God wanted me to say to you was simply, thank you. Thank you,” he began. “[Some people] really want to make a difference; they really want to change the world for the better. I believe that represents you and all the people in your administration, and the leadership of our country.”

Hamilton continued by speaking on the life of Moses, whom he called the “great emancipator,” in light of 2013 marking the 150th year since Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation. He stated that people must be humble like Moses, find a common vision and work together.

“You should’ve been a preacher,” Hamilton remarked to Obama, evoking laughter.

During Monday’s pre-inaugural service, Andy Stanley, son of well-known Baptist preacher Charles Stanley and megachurch pastor of North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, Georgia, delivered a message in which he reportedly told Obama that he should be called the “pastor-in-chief.

“Mr. President, you have an awfully big room,” he said. “My prayer to you is to leverage that power for the stewardship of our nation.”

Services at Washington National Cathedral following inaugural ceremonies have been a long-held American tradition, spanning 106 years. Earlier this month, the Episcopalian Cathedral announced that it would begin hosting same-sex ceremonies for homosexual couples


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