Minister Louis Farrakhan is no friend of America. In fact, he says anyone (any Muslim) that joins our military is an enemy of Islam.
Farrakhan and the black Muslim movement have been anti-American from their inceptions.
It has been my privilege over the years to work with American Muslims, native-born and immigrant – great Americans who love this country, contribute to Republican politics and proudly salute the flag. Muslims per se are not murderers and subversives. Muslims are okay; Islam is the problem.
Islam is government. There is no visible single leader, no “Pope”, if you will. Or, is there one who is invisible?
God’s Word says he has written his law on our hearts (Romans 2:15). That means God
encodes his law within us even while in the womb (Psalm 139:13). We know not to kill, steal, lie, commit adultery, etc. We know when we do wrong. Going against the law troubles us, even though we may enjoy ‘sin for a season’ (Hebrews 11:25). This is the implanted nature of all mankind. As it is written, we are made in His image (Genesis 1:26).
Man-made religion overrides God’s law. This applies even in Judeo-Christian America. God’s law is divine government. Man-made religion is rebellion against God’s law.
In the case of Judeo-Christian religions, God’s word, the Bible, the Torah, keep our people in check.
Islam wholly overrules God’s law. It is total and complete rebellion against the Creator of the Universe.
When Muslims experience a revelation of the Living God and his son Jesus Christ, they leave behind Islam and embrace faith in the true God. In Africa alone over 6 million Muslims convert to Christianity every year. From all across Europe come reports of conversions on a daily basis.
As one Muslim Background Believer (MBB), a Lutheran pastor here in the DFW Metroplex, remarked to me, “They are coming here because we are not going there.”
In summary, I encourage you to oppose Islam, but love Muslims. By no means should you submit to Islamization – resist it to your last breath. That said, can you look upon Muslim women in the marketplace a little differently? Is it possible for you to greet them with love instead of stiffening in disgust? You know when someone hates you. They know, also.
“You didn’t think, did you, that just by pointing your finger at others you would distract God from seeing all your misdoings and from coming down on you hard? Or did you think that because he’s such a nice God, he’d let you off the hook? Better think this one through from the beginning. God is kind, but he’s not soft. In kindness he takes us firmly by the hand and leads us into a radical life-change.” – Romans 2:4 The Message Bible