Like I said earlier this month, Michelle Bachmann has never been shy about her faith or lacked the boldness to confront the difficult issues.
The former four-term Republican congresswoman didn't hold back in a recent episode of Jan Markell's Understanding the Times radio broadcast.
In case you missed it, she warned that God is going to bring judgment on America thanks to President Obama's foreign policy. She called Obama ignorant of Islamic scripture and Islamic history and accused him of intentionally lying to the American people.
"He constantly talks about perverting Islam, but we have literally centuries and centuries of theory and practice of the Quran and the Hadith, which are traditions, the works of Islamic jurisprudence, that say one complete, consistent truth and that's that they want to have a nuclear weapon," she said. Bachmann was explaining that Shia Islam has throughout its history sought an apocalyptic vision to bring about the entry of the 12th imam. Today's version is a nuclear weapon.
"There is no fatwa out there," she added. "This is a lie, in my opinion, that the president is perpetrating. But that's what we've seen—a doctrine of deception. From the time Barack Obama has come in, I have witnessed firsthand a doctrine of deception." Bachmann was pointing to statements from President Obama asserting the Ayatollah had issued a fatwa which stated Iran would not seek a nuclear weapon. However, neither the president nor the Ayatollah have ever given evidence of an actual fatwa.
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Bachmann went on in that interview to connect the dots to the end times. What she may or may not have expected was backlash from the White House for those comments. President Obama mocked her during Saturday's White House Correspondents Dinner.
"Michele Bachmann actually predicted I would bring about the biblical end of days," Obama told the audience. "Now that's a legacy. That's big. I mean Lincoln, Washington, they didn't do that."
Unfortunately, this is no laughing matter. The signs of the times are upon us and instead of repenting the leader of the free world is cracking jokes about clear warnings of God's judgment.
Rabbi Jonathan Cahn is talking about a Christian Holocaust even as some are questioning if gay nuptials could bring God's judgment on cowardly church leadership. Still others are questioning whether the church will wake up before God's wrath falls on the nation.
We know that judgment will start in the house of God, but with the New York Times wanting us to rewrite the Bible and presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton exhorting us to give up our religious beliefs, it seems the holy hope for our nation is a Third Great Awakening.
Let's pray for our president and others who are making critical decisions in these last days. It's never too late to make an appeal to heaven. As for me, I'm believing for an outpouring, a transforming revival, the greatest Great Awakening the world has ever seen. What about you?
You can listen to these radio interviews: Part 1 and Part 2 of the interview "Lawlessness & Global Transformation: How it Sets the Stage.
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Jennifer LeClaire is senior editor of Charisma. She is also director of Awakening House of Prayer in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and author of several books, including The Next Great Move of God: An Appeal to Heaven for Spiritual Awakening; Mornings With the Holy Spirit, Listening Daily to the Still, Small Voice of God; The Making of a Prophet and Satan's Deadly Trio: Defeating the Deceptions of Jezebel, Religion and Witchcraft. You can visit her website here. You can also join Jennifer on Facebook or follow her on Twitter.
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