In a move characterized by media outlets as a denunciation of the Trump administration, the United Nations General Assembly voted Thursday (Dec. 21) to ask nations not to establish diplomatic missions in Jerusalem.
The current anti-Semitic attitude of the U.N. isn’t anything new they have for decades been trying to remove Israel from the A list of sanctioned nations. However, we finally have someone who isn’t afraid, to tell the truth, and point out the obvious bias present within this conglomerate of self-righteous dignitaries. Nicky Haley’s rebuke at the U.N. general assembly doesn’t go far enough, though it is a start. The fact that Israel has every right to do whatever they want should be premise enough for many of these opposing nations who themselves haven’t been around as long as Israel. For over 3500 years Jerusalem has been acknowledged as the principal city in Canaan and Israel has been the chief occupier all along.
The U.N. has been a morally unfiltered organization for a long time with interest that only seems to be for lining pockets with the monies that are ignorantly provided by all its body of ill-mannered constituents. The Trump administration’s cutback of funding for the U.N. isn’t enough, what I would like to see is the U.S. no longer be a party to diplomatic ill favors by this unified bunch of geopolitical thugs. Its time to cut the diplomatic ties and send all of them packing and turn the building over to our veterans and their families for intermediate housing.
With all of that said, there is one little snippet in this article that caught my eye. It is revealed in the paragraph where the writer states the fact that too many still have a hatred for Israel. This is true, but there is something else seen in that paragraph, and that is that there is an equal or possibly more intense hatred for one faith sect of Christianity the “evangelicals”. The Baptist Press of today seems to be a harbinger for articles written by those who oppose evangelicals among the body of Christ, specifically the white ones. And due to the results of the last election, they appear to have stepped up their allowance of ill-mannered narratives aimed at demeaning anyone who is an evangelical white.
Now I must emphasize again that I am not defending evangelicals they have their cross to bear just like all of the rest of us in the body of Christ. But I don’t take it lightly when any of us deem that we are the tip of Christ rod of correction. No one individual or any religious organization has that right. We are here to judge sin and the evil effects it has on those in this world, not those who are under the headship of Christ. Romans 14:10-12 10 But why dost thou judge thy brother? or why dost thou set at naught thy brother? for we shall all stand before the judgment seat of Christ. 11 For it is written, As I live, saith the Lord, every knee shall bow to me, and every tongue shall confess to God. 12 So then every one of us shall give an account of himself to God. This scripture isn’t written to the lost it is for those who are in Christ, and the paramount aspect in it is that every one of us will stand before Him to be judged of our present way of life.
So, if none are placed in a higher position than anyone else, that means no one has been given any hierarchical right to judge another under His headship. The headline of this article’s intent as read is that the U.N. lacks any moral high ground to have an authority on this issue. I claim that those who seem to have some authority to disavow any organization under the oversight of Jesus also lack any moral high ground. The real sickening of one’s stomach is this placid hatred by those who premise a different view of ministry than others, continually being fostered by a narrated UN-acceptance of President Trump.