Congress Dedicates Capitol Building to Jesus Christ
Reclaiming Our National Christian Heritage For Jesus Christ, One Federal Landmark at a Time!
Freehold, Iowa - As part of a national Christian effort to continue the U.S. Congressional Jumpstart for Jesus program led by the Chaplain of the United States Senate, the Congressional Prayer Breakfast and dozens of Evangelical congressmen, a symbolic cross of Jesus Christ will be placed above the U.S. Capitol Building for a period of three months (and God willing, indefinitely) beginning on the Lord's birthday, December 25, 2007.
Last Tuesday, Landover Baptist's Pastor Deacon Fred was
invited to meet with congressmen and speak on the Senate
floor. There he announced a financial victory
in the name of Jesus Christ. "I am proud to be here on
the Senate floor giving glory to God and announcing a
victory for True Christians™," he said. "Since
raised over $83 million to tear down the pagan idol on top
of this building and replace it with the cross of America's
Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Friends, there is a long
tradition of honoring Christ in both the House and the
Senate. I'm not surprised you folks are so interested
in our proposal to get that cross up there as soon as
possible. I've prayed with most of you, and counseled you in
the prayer closets made for that very purpose in this
splendid edifice and I believe the time has come for
Americans to show their appreciation for our government's
commitment to Christ." Pastor then preached a
short sermon, led Congress in communion, and held an altar
call where teary eyed Jewish Senator, Bernie Sanders, came
forward to turn his life over to Christ and make a new
commitment to the Republican Party.
Construction is already underway to remove the bronze Statue of Freedom which currently sits atop the U.S. Capitol today . In a recent poll taken by Fox News, it was found that 97% of American Christians believe that the current statue is
little more than a half naked false idol and should be removed as soon as humanly possible before America incurs more of God's wrath during the upcoming hurricane season. "Most people in our poll checked off the little box that said,
Scantily Clad Pagan Goddess, when we asked them what they thought about the
Statue of Freedom," says one Fox News executive.
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