Who Would Jesus Party With?

Zo thinks it’s weird that the democrat party took God out of their platform, they booed the proposal to put Him back in, they preach separation of Church and state, target Christians more than any group with bigotry, and their policies oppose the 10 commandments, yet they’re convinced Jesus would be a left winger.

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  • Bryan Lyman

    Preaching to the choir isn’t bad all the time anyway. My Libertarian friends and I agree on 90% of the issues, but I warned them if they didn’t unite behind a candidate and let Obama win another election, we were in for a world of hurt. At the time they told me that who was president didn’t matter, and that if they voted for Romney or Obama it wouldn’t change anything. I told them I am not even affiliated with the Republicans, but even I can see that another four years of Obama would be a disaster. NOW my Libertarian friends tell me they wished they had listened to me. Pointing out the truth is NEVER a bad thing, no matter who the audience is. Hindsight is 20/20, unfortunately the sights on drones flying over US airspace is even better than 20/20.

    • Wm. A. “Bill” Fisher

      Hey, having been in a number of choirs over the years, I GUARANTEE you we need the sermons just as much as any other Brother or Sister sitting someplace else. We ALL need the Word whether it’s the Truth a preacher is sharing, the Word of God or simple Truth from a dude on the Internet.
      And no matter what happens in this country or world, be of good cheer because we have overcome the world in and through our Lord Jesus. Continue to Walk and grow in Him on a daily basis as He gives you more and more of His Life to you through the indwelling of His Holy Spirit (vs. the evil spirit of this world) as you yield your life to Jesus and His Word of Truth, the Bible.
      “Let’s roll!”

  • Barbara Jekel

    Way to go! Love your point of view! We need to hear you Zo Thanks!!!

  • Myrtle Linder

    JESUS does not party with either side. HE is pure, righteous, the SON OF THE ALMIGHTY GOD, HE REIGNS OVER ALL, EVEN THOUGH 80% HAVE NOT A CLUE THAT THIS IS WHAT HE IS OR WHERE HE IS. Neither side is fit for HIM to recognize. What he teaches Matthew 22:36-40, how does that really relate to us.

    36. MASTER, which is the great commandment in the law
    37. JESUS said unto him, Thou shalt love the LORD THY GOD with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind.
    38. This is the first and great commandment.
    39. And the second is like unto it; thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.
    40. On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.

    Who in either party can come close to living according to these commandments?. It is evil to even think JESUS would take sides in any such evil, is my opinion!

    • Wm. A. “Bill” Fisher

      Myrtle, you ask “who in either party can come close to living according to these commandments?”

      I can, and do. But not by my good works, but because A. I am a Republican, more importantly B. I am a Born Again Christian by Grace through Faith, just as the Gospel lays out. My “Person” has been proclaimed “Perfect” by the Lord as I am hidden in Jesus and washed in His Blood. My “performance” is still a Work in progress and will be until I hear the Trumpet, either Gabriel’s or a Mack Truck’s.

      It isn’t that Jesus would take the GOP side, it’s that the principles, platforms and resolutions of the Republican party more closely mirror Biblical values. I read and responded to this prior to listening to Zo’s blast. He is right on the money in quoting Lincoln (and Reagan quoting Lincoln). Sounds like this line of introspection might have hit a little close to home to you.
      “It is evil to even think Jesus would take sides in any such evil”…
      Think Jesus might be taking sides in the “politics” of this world in supporting His Chosen Covenanted people Israel? I do. I hope you’re not around to debate the issues with the Two Witnesses He sends to tell what cow ate the cabbage about 3.5 years into the Great Tribulation, which IS coming soon.
      Think Jesus might have a “political” opinion about whether the Republican Party stays steadfast in its support for a Baby’s Right to Life? I do. Think He might agree with what Paul wrote about the police being God’s servants in protecting society? I do. Think He might agree with Peter and the Apostles who were arrested by an unbelieving Jewish political party of rich money brokers and government bureaucrats (Hmmm.) and they stood up and told them basically “We’re going to do and say what our Father tells us to do in the Name of His Son Jesus… so do your darnedest if you want”? I do.
      Think He might not have an opinion about whether the Republican party has been Right in its unswerving support for the Peace of Jerusalem and the protection of the State of Israel until He takes out His Church for us all to come back on White Horses in the nick of time to Save the Remnant of Israel and those who have become Tribulation Saints? Again, I do.

      Do as you like, but I’d encourage you to NOT put your partisan politics above your relationship with Jesus, just as I encourage my fellow Republicans to not ever do so. (If the GOP became anti-Christian as the platform and policies of the Democrat Party became YEARS ago, I’d be outta there faster than you could say Bob Dixie.)
      Rather, work with those of like mind in the political party still standing for Biblical principles, regarding Scriptural principles enacted through the Church in and through this world system, which is TRULY what is evil.
      You also might want to be careful about slinging accusations that Christians you disagree with politically are evil. That comes from the “accuser of the Brethren” and I wouldn’t want to find myself being used by him in any way, shape or fashion… even if it meant I had to turn my back on the political party of my upbringing, which I’m guessing is the case you’re finding yourself in. If not, my mistake. But either way, you should pay attention to the rest of what I’ve suggested for you.

      Jesus is our Prince of Peace. And He is NOT of this world. Neither are we but while we’re Walking through life in our own Pilgrimage, we need to be Salt and Light everywhere we’re called to Walk, business, politics, relationships, church, Walking the Streets. music and the arts, and dealing with the Lost.

      Lord bless you. Maranatha!

      Zo is right on the money here. Well done, Brother!

    • Terri

      Thank you for that mini sermon. It was very helpful to me and I’m sure to many others. I too am a Born Again Christian who obviously needed to hear what you had to say. Thanks again for your obedience to God.
      Thanks Zo for another inspiring video!

    • cleverpoltroon

      Wow, you totally missed the point of Zo’s video.

  • Jesus is my king. Socialism is not my religion government is not my church and Obama is not my God. Jesus was the first Christian activist and stood up and was political while doing it to say he would not care about politics now is like saying he would of sat down and shut up when the teachers of the law where going to stone a woman to death but we know he did the right thing. I think when Christians stand back and let people make a mockery of Jesus’ name we get systems like Nazi Germany where people took the Bible liberally and twisted it to make it say something that was not their and we as Christians must not let this happen again for if it happens again we will be to blame for not acting and not by history but by God himself. “Silence in the face of evil is itself evil: God will not hold us guiltless. Not to speak is to speak. Not to act is to act.” Dietrich Bonhoeffer

    • jaws4316

      Yes, you’re right about that. Jesus was not afraid of speaking the truth to powerful politicians. But He was not the first to do so. The Old Testament Prophets and John the Baptist came before Him.

    • Yes Brother let’s not forget those that came before Christ came to Earth.

  • jaws4316

    I agree with you that Jesus would be more closely aligned with conservative and Republican values. However I find it somewhat ironic that when Jesus returns to reign over the Earth for 1,000 years, his chosen form of Government will be a completely autocratic dictatorship. Of course it will work perfectly then, because Jesus is perfect in His judgements and in compassion. The problem with the dictatorial Governments that man has tried is that they mostly tried to leave God out completely. I believe that Nimrod was the first communist. Read the story in the Book of Genesis and you will see that he tried to gather the people together to accomplish the building of a great tower, probably in the hope that he could become their leader by showing them what they could accomplish together, without God. Of course, we know that God had other plans, so He confused their languages and caused them to scatter. Socialism and Communism always sound great in theory. After all, who doesn’t think that everyone sharing all the resources equally sounds like a wonderful idea. The problem with that is, it assumes the basic goodness of all human beings, while Christianity teaches (correctly I might add) that all human being are radically corrupted by inherited original sin. Therefore the meanest dog always rises to the top, and those who are charged with running the show always abuse their power to accumulate wealth to themselves, at the expense of everyone else. Communism and Socialism have resulted in the deaths of hundreds of millions as dictators ruthlessly tried to hold onto their power at all costs. So, I believe that until Jesus comes back, the Democratic Republic our Founding Fathers outlined in the Constitution is the best form of Government we can have. I just wish that our elected leaders would obey their oaths of office and uphold the Constitution, then our Government would function the way it was meant to. That would be better than the mess we have now in Washington.

    • Wm. A. “Bill” Fisher

      Hey Brother, in reading your post, I don’t think you meant to intimate that Jesus will be running an autocratic dictatorship, which is a form of government of man. Rather, He will be implementing the Kingdom of God on Earth as it is in Heaven. And He’s the King. Too many folks with even a “classical education” (much less what passes for one in the indoctrination labs of public schooling and universities now) don’t have a real understanding of what a genuine kingdom is. That’s because all we’ve had here so far were fallen men trying to imitate the inner calling in their created being which calls and yearns for the True Kingdom of God, even though in man’s fallen state, that will never happen. At least not until Jesus comes back in the Flesh as well as the Glory and puts a stop to the nonsense Planet Earth has been suffering under since Adam tried to appease his wife (who at least was deceived) and willfully sinned, turning the planet over to slewfoot.

      I’m glad Adam accepted the preordained plan of God for Salvation, killed the sheep (as a type of the future Messiah- the Lamb of God), wore the skins and by God’s grace re-established a relationship with God, even if it was a pale substitute for what they had both had Originally.

      Point is, the King of Kings and Lord of Lords has established His Church to occupy until He comes and part of that IS in dealing with the political nature of this fallen world.

      There is no part of communism or socialism (including National Socialism which is the direction the genuine Fascists in the Obummer Party are headed) that is good or truth as it was devised by fallen man. And you’re right about Nimrod, and Nebuchadnezzar, Caesar, the Popes, the Kings, Napoleon, Marx, Hitler, Stalin, ad infinitum before and aft. That’s because they were all men trying to usurp the Messiah’s role, whether past, present or future.
      I always told my students that “History” is more accurately stated as “His Story”. And that’s the Truth.

    • jaws4316

      Thanks for your input. You are correct in stating that Jesus will be bringing God’s Kingdom to Earth and that He will be the ultimate King. Maybe the term I was searching for would be, Absolute Monarchy, though that would be the same in function as a dictatorship. There is no doubt though, that Jesus will be the absolute ruler. However His Kingdom will be so different that there is probably no valid way to compare it to any form of Government invented by man.

    • Zo

      Thanks Jaws! Hey, offer this take on Nimrod if you’d like to check it out! http://youtu.be/OdBKAztsSzI

    • jaws4316

      Interesting. I’ll have to go back and study that story some more. I just looked at it from the viewpoint of all the classical Bible commentaries that say Nimrod was a mighty hunter (of the souls of men.) But we have to remember the difference between the Word of God and commentaries. The Word is inspired (literally breathed) by God. Commentaries are someone’s opinion or interpretation of the Word.

    • Zo-lover

      That’s an interesting perspective, but one that I would have to respectfully disagree with due to my own studies. Think about ONE of the greatest gifts that God has given us, our agency (I know you can include the sacrifice Jesus made for us, but I said one of the greatest gifts, as well as you could argue that without agency, there would have been no need for him to make that sacrifice). Agency has always been key. There is one word in the bible that I believe sums up how things will be done when Jesus returns and that word is “stewardship”. The idea that we are all given opportunities based on our abilities and then allowed to develop ourselves, our talents and our gifts. Think of the parable of the Ten Talents. These servants weren’t told what to do our how to invest their talents, rather they each were given a specific number (based off of their own unique abilities and gifts) and were then given the opportunity to be a steward over what they were given. They each still had their agency and they each still had equal opportunity to develop what they were given (i.e. it was completely fair even though they were given different amounts). Those that were wise stewards had more added unto them, allowing them to continue to develop their stewardship. Those that were poor stewards had their talents taken away. Not only should each of us be practicing the law of stewardship over what God has given us, but I believe that will be the same law practiced when Christ reigns on this earth. Yes he will be in complete control – but when we are all of one heart and one mind, there will be no need for Him to dictate every little thing and His work will continue due to the wise stewardship his followers will practice.

  • MormonYoYoMan

    Best. Message. Yet!

    It’s not that we don’t want you to serve in your chosen profession, ‘Zo. It’s that you’re the most plain-speaking honest fellow who is educated about the issues. And I mean the REAL issues! That is why we all would love to see you in office, rocking the boat and quoting the Constitution.

  • Dawn Axford Hopkin

    You’ve done it again Zo! Love listening to you speak! As for “preaching to the choir” keep it up! I feel the same way on my FB page when I post hong that Dems should hear when I’m sure that most of my liberal friends have “unchecked” show in news feed” by now! Maybe I should start tagging them in my posts! Haha also I am enjoying your weapons of A.S.S. destruction! And look forward to being able to hear your band!
    God bless my friend!
    Dawn Axford Hopkin

  • michelle

    profoundly brilliant! keep rockin’ your message! LOVE

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