Rev Bresciani is a journalist with over 30 years experience writing and pastoring. Over twenty five internet sites feature his articles, reports and reviews.
Posted 12/5/13 at 2:36 PM | Michael Bresciani |
“The road to hell is paved with good intentions” – Unknown
Flanked by dutiful reporters Barack Obama exclaimed to the American public on December 3, 2013, that as long he is President, the law, (ObamaCare) will not be repealed. Adding defiance to the legacy of lies and lawlessness raises the all-important question – has the authority of the legislative and judicial branches of our government been nullified and concentrated from henceforth in the president? Isn’t that a dictatorship?
Entire websites are engaged in compiling accurate lists of Obama’s lies, but since everything he says is on public record we already know that it wouldn’t require a forensic expert to prove he has repeatedly lied over the past five years.
His unilateral changes to the ObamaCare legislation have now raised a new concern – lawlessness. Could it be that the Harvard law professor does not know that only the legislature can modify laws they have previously passed? Or is it more likely that he just doesn’t care? FULL POST
Posted 12/3/13 at 7:04 PM | Michael Bresciani
“A man with an experience is never at the mercy of a man with an argument” – Anonymous
Whatever your world view is will pretty much determine the very course of your life. If, for instance, you have a completely secular world view, science and the generally accepted view of the day will guide your life completely. People with a Christian view have shifted their view of the world to include God as creator, guide and redeemer.
The difference is enormous. More than night and day, the difference is the balance between life and death.
I have spent my lifetime studying and teaching on the prophetic aspect of scripture. Unknown to many, including some Christians is the fact that there are many kinds of prophecy. From the ‘Protevangelium,’ the first prophecy in the Bible (Gen 3: 15) to the ‘Messianic’ (first coming of Christ) the Bible then moves on to include premillennial prophecies (second coming of Christ) and pre, mid and post exilic prophecies (the history of Israel before, during and after their exile.) FULL POST
Posted 11/26/13 at 10:27 PM | Michael Bresciani
Pastor Saeed Abedini goes on languishing in an Iranian prison in poor health as President Barack Obama touts his peace plan with Iran to the public. The centrifuges have slowed, but the subterfuge is on the rise as Obama’s latest foreign policy farce is heralded as the best deal with Iran in a decade.
The nation and those who represent Saeed Abedini, Jay Sekulow from the American Center for Law and Justice, and the wife and children of Pastor Saeed have all been cast off like they meant no more to Barack Obama than a few good soldiers and an ambassador to Benghazi.
Now the miserable mess known as ObamaCare has been assuaged or at least toned down as Obama makes swelling statements on how he and Kerry have made history together.
Saeed was arrested after trying to start an orphanage in Iran and for supporting home based Christian churches from 2000 – 2005. His only crime is practicing his Christian faith.
We can only wonder if he was a Muslim if Barack Obama would work for his release. It seems easier day by day to see that those who say Barack Obama is a self-centered borderline narcissist are not using hyperbole to make their point. FULL POST
Posted 11/23/13 at 5:43 AM | Michael Bresciani |
“God has no foibles and is not farcical, finicky, or foolish otherwise he may have given us the Ten Suggestion” – Anon
I do not agree with those who say America is the ‘Babylon’ spoken of in the book of Revelation. It is impossible to deny that America is a type of Babylon. America is the undisputed leader in every prurient proclivity and perverted pursuit in the world. Thus, the picture of the fallen Babylon can also be shared by this nation at this moment in time.
“And he cried mightily with a strong voice, saying, Babylon the great is fallen, is fallen, and is become the habitation of devils, and the hold of every foul spirit, and a cage of every unclean and hateful bird.” (Rev 18: 2)
America misses the very heart of the problem
For months the heart of all news reporting has centered on ObamaCare and the lies the President told about whether people could keep their doctors and healthcare plans. Is this really the problem, or is it only a symptom of a much more serious and pervasive problem? FULL POST
Posted 11/16/13 at 8:33 AM | Michael Bresciani |
“Answer not a fool according to his folly, lest thou also be like unto him.” (Proverbs 26: 4)
An atheist, a prophet and a liberal walk into an interview
On Wednesday November 13, 2013 I was scheduled for an interview with Fox News Radio’s Alan Colmes. There was supposed to be an American Atheist, director of media relations Dave Muscato and a Rabbi in the three way discussion. The Rabbi was unable to take part, so it came down to Muscato, and I and Alan Colmes as the moderator.
Colmes, the quintessential controversy monger, was cordial, friendly and although he directed most of the questions to Muscato, was reasonably fair - for a flaming liberal.
Muscato seemed to take pride in the fact that he is a former Bible believing Christian who had since moved up the ladder of reason and intellectualism to the high place where all atheists come to roost, the land of giving God his walking papers. FULL POST
Posted 11/7/13 at 12:13 PM | Michael Bresciani |
ObamaCare is now sliding or perhaps slithering into home plate and has finally gotten the attention of most Americans. Democrats, the main stream media and the most goggle-eyed pundits like Bill Maher have all sat up and noticed that the Liar in Chief has put one over on them
So what could an old preacher possibly have to say about ObamaCare; isn’t it totally out of his purview and field of expertise?
Not on your life – it is the very heart of my message.
For upwards of 38 years I have warned that America is heading for a fiscal fall that will make the old crash of ‘29’ look mild by comparison. In the last ten years, I have written numerous articles and reports that give warning about America’s continuation of the abortion genocide and our wholesale entrance into the realms of prurient interests and gross perversion.
The message was appendaged with a warning about a dirge of poverty and scarcity. Today that message has seen its entrance with Obama’s healthcare spectacle looming against America’s wealth and posing the single greatest threat to our fiscal stability since the stock market crash and the days of the great dust bowl. FULL POST
Posted 11/2/13 at 1:01 PM | Michael Bresciani
“A thousand shall fall at thy side, and ten thousand at thy right hand; but it shall not come nigh thee.” (Psalm 91: 7)
Stories of great and unusual deliverances have been heard by many like the soldier who was hit by a bullet that failed to kill him because it hit the pocket Bible in his shirt and was stopped.
When deliverance comes to your own life it produces awe and wonder and a few goose bumps as well. We tell the story again and again because we are amazed at what happened and rarely do we ask – why? Was there a purpose in our being spared?
Often, I repeat the story of how I marched down from Canal Street in New Orleans one day in January of 1973 to the distant sound of gunfire. Former Navy marksmen and sharpshooter Mark Essex had gone berserk and was atop the Howard Johnson Motel shooting police and bystanders.
I rounded the corner unto Loyola St. just in time to hear several gunshots and the sound of bullets pinging of the street right near me. Black people were lined up against a wall near me in open view and they cried out to me to take cover behind a car. I asked –why? They replied because he is shooting white people. FULL POST
Posted 10/29/13 at 4:32 PM | Michael Bresciani |
After reviewing ‘Killing Jesus’ I thought it could be laid to rest for this writer and I could move on to more serious critiques, perhaps those written by people whose theological foundations were more solid.
O’Reilly continues to answer those concerned enough to send him emails about the last words spoken by Christ on the cross and he insists that because no other record besides the biblical record speaks to the subject, that the bible record must be wrong.
O’Reilly has said that because he is Catholic it must have been the Holy Spirit that prompted him to write his book, but unless he was appointed as the new modern or last day’s apostle he is skirting the realm of high pride and pretentiousness.
We are not sure if O’Reilly was chosen to scrutinize the record of the apostles but we are sure that the apostles were chosen to be eyewitnesses to every word and deed that Jesus Christ uttered or performed for a solid three year period. FULL POST
Posted 10/27/13 at 4:51 PM | Michael Bresciani
Halloween, noted for its Gaelic and Welch influences is essentially a Christianized pagan observance that is based on remembering the dead. It has no purpose in the Christian faith and is generally thought to be wrong because it honors witches, goblins and ghosts. It is indirectly honoring the dead and the spirits of demons and devils, even in the seemingly innocuous practice of trick or treating and costume parties.
We will not waste a moment of anyone’s time trying to defend this celebration, but it is impossible to miss the absurdity of those with a fully liberal mindset concerning the celebration of this yearly observance.
PC practitioners have decided, this year, that all costumes that point toward some ethnicity should be strictly avoided. No Indian outfits because we may offend Native Americans, no cowboy get- ups because that might require a toy six shooter and it also may offend the Native Americans, whom the cowboys will no doubt shoot, if given the chance. We can only imagine the riot that might ensue if a football fan brought his little cowboy or Indian to a Washington Redskins game. FULL POST
Posted 10/25/13 at 11:40 AM | Michael Bresciani
There may be thousands of idols that transfix the imagination of modern man, but three of them are now rising to the surface around the globe. They have all, but replaced religious convictions and their universality is appealing to almost everyone. What are they?
Feelings; The idol of flesh
“How can it be wrong if it feels so right?” The idiom of the lost generation.
The argument against Darwinism notwithstanding, the clear product of the evolutionary model is that it allows and encourages the fulfillment of one of scriptures strongest last day’s warnings. It is prophetic prediction in action at the dawn of the 21st century.
In his treatment of the last day’s emergence of homosexuality and other perversions, the Apostle Paul declared that feelings would become the reason man would end up worshipping himself.
Oddly, while true Biblical Christianity requires a change, a transformation and a new beginning, so does the move into the idol worship of the last days. The world and the individuals who make flesh an idol must accept this change. Darwinism is so convenient for them; it is almost an answer to prayer – or the lack of it! FULL POST