A lot of our liberal commenters (who presumably worship at the altar of Clinton) constantly bash religion. I would not be surprised if the following causes many far-left heads to explode.
Sisyphus has already alerted our readers to the release of a wonderful and heartwarming book: From Power to Purpose: A Remarkable Journey of Faith and Compassion. It is indeed an inspiring read. I recommend everyone get a copy and be enlightened by its wisdom.
In the book, Senator Brownback reveals that he expunged himself of his hatred for the Clintons and even apologized to a likely stoney-faced Senator Clinton.
Republican presidential candidate Sam Brownback says he harbored a “hatred” of Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton until he experienced a religious awakening in the mid-1990s.
Brownback, a senator from the conservative central state of Kansas, details in a new book how the change in outlook led him to make a stunning apology a few years later to Hillary Clinton — a Democrat who is also running for president in 2008.
“I was considering what I should say when I confronted all the anger that I held for the Clintons,” the Kansas senator writes in the book, “From Power to Purpose: A Remarkable Journey of Faith and Compassion.”
“I thought, I hate them for what they are doing to the country and I feel justified in hating them for it,” he writes.
He said his apology came about when he told an audience at a prayer breakfast that he used to have a “hatred for Bill and Hillary” because of their politics. He spotted Sen. Clinton in the crowd and, speaking directly to her, said he “realized that those thoughts of hatred were wrong. I apologized to her for them. I don’t know what she thought, but I believe it made a difference.”
When you take that large step to devote yourself to G-d, everything changes. You are freed from the darker nature that dwells within all human beings.
Even more traumatic was his 1995 bout with cancer and surgery to remove malignant melanoma from his right side. Brownback says he finally found peace when he resolved to devote himself to G-d.
“One night I got down on my knees and said ‘OK, Lord, that’s it. I give up. It’s all Yours,'” Brownback writes.
I urge all of our liberal commenters to pause and reflect. Take that leap of faith and start a relationship with Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior.