Media BiASSed:

1. Stelter: The Racism in Trump Kneeling Comments ‘Unmistakable’


CNN’s Brian Stelter continued his unholy crusade against President Trump during his Sunday sermon to journalism. He kicked off un-Reliable Sources by suggesting that the President’s comments about those who kneel during the National Anthem were one part elaborate distraction, and another part coded rantings of a secret racist to other secret racists. “Is President Trump trying to distract from his own failures by attacking the NFL? And if so, are journalists just playing into his hands,” Stelter rhetorically asked his audience.

2. ABC/NBC Smear Trump, Claim Racially Coded Rhetoric on Kneeling


Since Friday, the liberal media had been foaming at the mouth after President Trump made a series of comments arguing that athletes who disrespected the American flag by kneeling should be either fired or suspended. Come Sunday, two of the Big Three Networks (ABC and NBC) were eager to smear the President with claims of racism and assertions that he on the wrong side of the issue.

3. Barkley Slams ‘Ignorant Folks in Alabama’ for Applauding Trump


In the wake of President Trump’s comments about professional athletes kneeling during the National Anthem, sports commentator Charles Barkley appeared on CBS’s NFL Today where he attacked Trump supporters in his home state of Alabama shortly before kickoff on Sunday. Trump’s original comments on NFL players kneeling came during a campaign rally for Alabama Senator Luther Strange.

4. CNN’s Marc Lamont Hill Admits ‘I Don’t Stand for the National Anthem’


On Friday’s CNN Tonight, during a discussion of President Donald Trump speaking out against Colin Kaepernick and other athletes who have kneeled instead of standing for the national anthem, far-left CNN political commentator Marc Lamont Hill admitted that he also does not stand for the anthem. Hill: “I come on here every week and talk about white supremacy — I say Donald Trump is a white supremacist — I don’t stand for the national anthem — and CNN still employs me.” And as he appeared again on Saturday’s CNN Newsroom, he further complained that standing for the anthem is “an affirmation of the American empire,” and boasted about his willingness to label President Trump as a “white supremacist.”

5. Chuck Todd: Trump Causing the U.S. to ‘Lose Its Stature’ Over N.K.


Before chastising President Trump for being on the wrong side of the issue in regards to professional athletes kneeling during the national anthem on NBC’s Sunday Today, Meet the Press Moderator Chuck Todd rebuked the President’s handling of North Korea. “This back and forth and it’s an escalation of rhetoric, but at the same time, it’s devaluing potentially what this rhetoric means with this schoolyard taunt,” he bemoaned to Anchor Willie Geist about Trump’s tough talk with the North Korean regime.

6. Univision’s DACA Push Proves Activist Stance


Once again, Univision is going into full-activist mode by engaging in an all-platform push in support of the preservation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (aka, DACA). In so doing, the network continues its practice of operating in a manner more consistent with a special interest lobbying firm than that of a national news media outlet.


God is the God of Success

God is the God of Success

September 25


“If you fully obey the LORD your God and carefully follow all his commands I give you today, the LORD your God will set you high above all the nations on earth” (Deut 28:1-2).

Our God is a God of success. You are created to be a success. Success is rooted in our relationship with God, not in our abilities. When our abilities are separated from our relationship with God, success is short-lived.

“All these blessings will come upon you and accompany you if you obey the LORD your God: You will be blessed in the city and blessed in the country. The fruit of your womb will be blessed, and the crops of your land and the young of your livestock – the calves of your herds and the lambs of your flocks. Your basket and your kneading trough will be blessed. You will be blessed when you come in and blessed when you go out. The LORD will grant that the enemies who rise up against you will be defeated before you. They will come at you from one direction but flee from you in seven. The LORD will send a blessing on your barns and on everything you put your hand to. The LORD your God will bless you in the land he is giving you” (Deut 28:2-8).

Sometimes God allows you to fail in order for you to succeed. Each of us must first experience our own death and resurrection from our old nature. This is for you to learn Who the source of true success is. You will be amazed how easy success will come when your life is in proper alignment with the purposes of God.

Today, reaffirm your commitment to follow His ways in all that you do. This will ensure God’s purposes will be fulfilled in you.

Never Soar as High Again?

September 25
Never Soar as High Again?
For reading & meditation – 1 Peter 1:3-9
“”These have come so that your faith … may be proved genuine and may result in praise, glory and honor when Jesus Christ is revealed.”” (v. 7)

We turn now to examine some of the ways in which our lives become fractured, and what we can do to become “”strong at the broken places.”” We begin by looking at the brokenness which comes about through failure. Probably someone reading these words is caught up in a vortex of gloom due to a failure. You may be feeling like the man who said to me: “”I am stunned by my failure. My life is shattered into smithereens. I read somewhere that ‘the bird with the broken wing will never soar as high again.’ Does that mean I can never rise to the heights in God which once I knew?”” I reminded him of Simon Peter – a man with one of the worst track records in the New Testament. He was prejudiced, bigoted, stubborn, and spiritually insensitive. Again and again he got his wires crossed, such as the time when he attempted to divert Christ from going to His death in Jerusalem (Matt. 16:22), or his insistence that they should stay on the Mount of Transfiguration (Matt. 17:4). Then, on the eve of Christ’s crucifixion, he denied and even cursed his Lord. I can imagine Satan whispering in his ear: “”Now you’re finished. Burned out. A failure. You’ll be forgotten … replaced.”” But by God’s grace, Peter rose from failure to success. He became “”strong at the broken places.”” Because he refused to live in the shadow of his bad track record, his two letters are enshrined forever in the Scriptures. Failures, you see, are only temporary tests to prepare us for more permanent triumphs.
O Father, I see so clearly that no failure is a failure if it succeeds in driving me to Your side. All things serve me – when I serve You. Amen.
For Further Study
1. How did Moses fail God?
2. How did God deal with him?

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