“I think that the message is, no matter what the world may do to you unfairly, no matter how you’re crucified – nailed to the cross at home, or in your personal relationships, or on the job – that you can rise if you don’t lose yourself during the hard times and the challenges.
The story of Jesus on the cross. No matter what they humiliated him with. No matter how they mocked him he took it, because he knew he could rise. And the story of Easter and my message for this Easter session is no matter what unearned suffering you go through, that if you know you can rise above it, don’t become like the diseases that you fight.
As I looked at President Obama at our convention last Friday, where all he took he’s been able to rise politically again. I’m not comparing him to Jesus, but I am saying that to every crucifixion there is a resurrection for those who believe.”
I like how he says he’s totally not comparing Obama to Jesus……and then compares Obama to Jesus.
Kinda the same thing.
Yeah, it’s amazing what you can “rise from the dead” from when you have a lapdog mainstream media that absolutely refuses to hold you responsible for almost anything you do or say. NSA scandal, IRS scandal, Fast & Furious scandal, the Benghazi scandal, and the disastrous ObamaCare lie told by Obama about being able to keep your health insurance, PERIOD. Any single one of these scandals would have had major repercussions and consequences for any Republican POTUS in the White House. But not Barack Obama. I used to say this jokingly, but not so much anymore: short of shooting people in cold blood in the streets, I don’t think there’s anything Obama can do or say that would make the media actually start doing their job and holding him accountable for his corruption and his lies. And maybe not even that. They are completely infatuated with him.