HATED FOR HIS NAME’S SAKE: Muslims and Dems Attack PA House Member for Praying “in the Name of JESUS”

“JESUS said, you will be hated by all for My Name’s sake.” – Matthew 10:22/Luke 21:17/Mark 13:13

No one can understand the verse above better than Pennsylvania State Representative, Stephanie Borowicz. Earlier this week, she was called upon by her party to give the opening prayer of a voting session in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. She is currently being hated on in mainstream media news outlets for praying “in the Name of Jesus” in front of the House that contained Muslims.

Before I go further, remember these key points of the event that the liberal media fails to recognize –

1. Borowicz was known to be a staunch Bible-believing Christian before giving the prayer

2. She was chosen to PRAY, and we Christians pray “in the Name of Jesus”

3. She prayed for what she believed this nation needs: forgiveness, mercy, and JESUS

4. She prayed for what God calls our nation to do: repent and return to Him

The prayer that she prayed was no different than the prayers that I pray everyday, or that prominent Christian pastors and leaders pray. I applauded her prayer after first hearing it. That is why I was blown away with shock when I heard that she was being attacked for the prayer.

Muslims and Democrats have publicly condemned Borowicz (a pastor’s wife) as being “racist, bigoted, hateful, Islamophobic, divisive, and radical.” For what? For simply praying “in the Name of Jesus,” expressing support for God’s Chosen Nation of Israel, and for calling this nation to repentance before our just God.

Borowicz said, in her prayer, “God forgive us. Jesus, we’ve lost sight of You. We’ve forgotten You, God, and our country. And we’re asking you to forgive us, Jesus. Your promise and Your Word say that ‘if My people who are called by My Name, will humble themselves and pray’ and seek Your face and turn from their wicked ways, that You’ll heal our land…

Jesus, you are our only hope. God, I pray for our leaders… Lord, thank you that President Trump stands beside Israel… we ask that we not be overcome by evil and overcome evil with good in this land once again… I claim all these things in the powerful, mighty Name of Jesus… for at the Name of Jesus every knee shall bow…”

Any true Christian, who has read through their Holy Bible at least once in this life, should not find one thing wrong with that prayer. Not one. Every true Christian on earth would give a big AMEN to her prayer. Anyone who would condemn such a prayer does not know God, does not know Christ, has obviously never read a Holy Bible, and does not know what a God-fearing prayer sounds like. The only ones in the world who would be offended by her words are Satan and his demons.

Sadly, there just so happened to be many in attendance at the PA House of Reps who took issue with Borowicz’s prayer, and that just goes to show why our nation is in the sad state that is has been in for the past decade. The Democrat party has truly become the AntiChrist party, inspired by demons, and doing the will of the devil himself.

The member of the PA House of Reps that made the most noise about Borowicz’s prayer was, of course, a Muslim member. I’ve written in my books and in previous articles that, though they claim to when put on the spot, Muslims do NOT “love Jesus too.” Their Jesus, known as Isa, is not the same Jesus of the Holy Bible. I give all of the reasons why in my books and on this website.

Democrat Rep. Movita Johnson-Harrell was the Islamic member of the Pennsylvania House who took issue with Borowicz’s uplifting of Jesus’ Holy Name. She called the prayer “highly offensive” and “Islamophobic.” Wait… if Muslims “love Jesus too,” how could Borowicz’s prayer be anti-Islam? Probably because the Muslims are lieing to us. Also, she was “offended” by the Name of Jesus.

You know who else is offended by our Lord’s Name? Demons and Satan. That should tell you all something. “I thought that for the most part, the entire invocation was offensive,” Johnson-Harrell told reporters. So, the prayer that every true Christian would give a great big “amen” too, was found wholly offensive by this Muslim State Representative.

Sounds like we have another Ilhan Omar or Rashida Tlaib on our hands. If Muslims want to run for political office in this nation, that’s just fine with me; but only if they remember that they live in a Judeo-Christian nation that serves a God other than their own. If they abide by and uphold His laws, and honor His Name, then I have no problem with them serving in positions of power.

If they cannot do that, and want to introduce foreign laws of foreign gods like “Shariah” of Allah, then don’t let the door hit ya’ where the Good Lord split ya’ on your way out!

Besides the Muslim Representative, her Democratic colleagues chimed in on the Christian prayer as well. Frank Dermody of Allegheny County, called Borowicz’s invocation “beneath the dignity of this House.” What? Calling a prayer “in Jesus’ Name” beneath the dignity of anything is downright demonic. How do these idiots get elected?!

Another Dem, Maureen Madden of Monroe County, said, “It was hard for me to watch.” Seriously? If watching a Christian prayer makes you uncomfortable, you need serious help. For the biggest looney-tune comment of the Godless bunch of Dems in Pennsylvania, look no further than Governor Tom Wolf. He said that he was “horrified” by Borowicz’s prayer. “Horrified”? Every day that I believe the Democrat party can’t get anymore unGodly, I read about fools like these Pennsylvania Dems.

Representative Kevin J. Boyle said that he “walked off the House floor in protest during the prayer,” calling it a “fire and brimstone Evangelical prayer.” If he thinks her words resembled “fire and brimstone” preaching in any way, then he had better never read the words of Jesus. He will have his pants scared off, as Jesus preached on the reality of Hell and eternal damnation more so than anyone else throughout the pages of the entire Holy Bible.

When Borowicz was asked about her prayer, which the Dems declared was “controversial,” she responded “I pray every day. I prayed.” AMEN. You go girl! That is all any Bible-believing Christian would recognize her prayer as – a normal heartfelt Holy Spirit-inspired prayer to our Father in the Holy Name of Jesus. There was absolutely nothing controversial about it. Nothing whatsoever!

Yet, this week, many Dems and liberals online have been shouting, “shut up you hateful Christian!” and “Separation of Church and State!” Again… the Christian woman was asked to PRAY. She did that. I believe that all State Houses since our founding have opened with a prayer. Nothing out of the ordinary here.

The libs, Dems, and Muslims, do not want to acknowledge our Judeo-Christian history as a nation. They want to try to rewrite it. George Washington, our very first President, was praying on his knees “in the Name of Jesus” for the whole country to see. Adams, Lincoln, and many others prayed publicly in our Lord’s Name.

Every President since the founding of this nation has signed official documents with the closing words, “in the year of our Lord.” Everyone knows, given the undeniable Christian foundation of America, that “our Lord” is referring to Jesus Christ. Find me a scholar on earth that would disagree with this statement.

Also, there is no such thing as “separation of Church and State.” It is not a law. It was a phrase taken from an 1802 letter by Thomas Jefferson; and is found nowhere in our Constitution, Declaration, or other founding documents – though the libs would love you to believe that it is.

What Jefferson was saying to the Baptist Church, to whom he was writing the letter, was that no particular brand of Christianity (the Church) would run the State (government). He said this because there were many different denominations that were vying for power and influence in the earliest days of our nation.

There were Catholics, Lutherans, Quakers, Baptists, Anglicans, Presbyterians, Methodists, and the list goes on. They all wanted to shape “the State” to adhere to their set of doctrinal beliefs. So Jefferson meant, in context, no “one church” would run the American government – and that the government could not “establish a church.”

This didn’t change the fact that America was a Christian nation. We were made up of only Christians at our founding, as well as some Jews. There were no Muslim founders, like Barack Hussein Obama’s revisionist claims implied. There were no Buddhist founders, no atheist founders, no Hindu founders, and no Pagan founders.

Our founders, though belonging to different denominations, were ALL Christians. Like it or not. That is historical truth. You can watch Borowicz’s prayer, in its entirety below, and give a great big AMEN afterward. God bless Stephanie Borowicz. Keep uplifting the Name of our Holy Lord!

Watch the full prayer HERE

“For many walk, of whom I have told you often, and now tell you even weeping, that they are the enemies of the Cross of Christ.” ~ Philippians 3:18

“Jesus said.. Blessed are you, when men shall revile you, and persecute you, and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely, for My Sake. Rejoice, and be exceeding glad: for great is your reward in Heaven: for so they persecuted the prophets which were before you.” ~ Matthew 5:10-12

“Jesus said, Remember the word that I said unto you, the servant is not greater than his Lord. If they have persecuted Me, they will also persecute you.” ~ John 15:20

“Jesus said, the world hates me, because I testify of it, that the works thereof are EVIL.” ~ John 7:7

“Jesus said, If the WORLD hate you, you know that it hated Me before it hated you. If you were of the world, the world would love his own: but because you are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hates you.” ~ John 15:18-19

“Marvel not, my brethren, if the world hates you.” ~ 1st John 3:13

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