Jon Stewart’s dilemma


Mr. Stewart has stated that the conservative view point is “killing him”( http://www.msn.com/en-us/tv/news/jon-stewart-on-why-he%E2%80%99s-leaving-%E2%80%98daily-show-conservatives-%E2%80%9Ckilling-me%E2%80%9D/ar-BBhZKPS).
Here is something that many don’t understand even those that call themselves “conservative;” spiritually he is. Those that truly follow the teachings of Christ will look to people like Mr. Stewart and wish to have a nice conversation with them. Not condemning or attacking but just conversing. That is how Jesus did it.
Many don’t even realize that there is only one party in this nation that still recognizes that God is an important part of this country. The party that Mr. Stewart belongs to is not this party. In the preamble of the platform for both parties you can read this for yourself. You will find that the word “God” is present in the Republican Party but it is missing from the Democratic Party.
Since these documents are voted upon before they are placed into the public venue this means that Mr. Stewart’s group has turned its back on God. Does that mean he personally has done so? I cannot say for I personally do not know him, but I would like to and have a nice talk with him.
I have seen the strain written upon his face in the last year in the four times I have seen him and it is telling.
Could it be other issues than those stated by him? Again I do not know.
Here is one thing that many liberals do not wish to know or accept. They call conservative narrow minded. In a way that is true, for when someone follows the teaching of Christ is it a narrow road that we must follow. Do we stumble and fall? By all means yes we do. Are we perfect? No we are not.
I see more haughtiness and self-righteousness from those on the left more than those on the right. Could this be something that is pulling him down and placing a strain upon him? Again I do not know. What I do know is what causes haughtiness and self-righteousness. It comes from a believe that you are better than others. This is something I mainly see from those on the left, but it is also seen on the right, by many that think they are “Christian” when in reality they are not.
To be “Christian” is to have an attitude that places all others before yourself. This is something that I never see on the left. They may say they do, but when you actually break down each element of their life you find hypocrisy. Is there hypocrisy for conservatives? Yes, but it is more obvious from those on the left.
Here is another thing that people need to think on. Basic meanings of words. Like “left” and “right.” These terms were coined decades ago. They have true basic meanings. Meanings many choose to ignore. The term “right” means you are going in the “right” direction and that you are “right” with God. Since it is documented that the Democratic Party has removed “God” from their platform that plainly shows they are not “right” with God nor do they ever wish to be. So they are “left.”
This in itself could be an issue to many on that side. Could they be upset by the fact that they may be “left” behind? Yes it could. Could it mean they wish to be “left” to live their life’s as they see fit? That is a definite yes.
Those that truly follow the teaching of Jesus wish to reach out and help them understand what their life choices mean. To help them not be “left” but to be “right” with God. Most do not listen nor do they ever wish to listen and that is their choice. Could this be something that is bothering Mr. Stewart in some way? Again I cannot answer.
It is obvious that he is in turmoil and my heart reaches out and wishes to comfort his spirit, but to be able to accomplish this he must allow his heart to be open to what is true. That those on the left wish man to dominate other men. That those on the left wish to shove their life choices into all places. Why? Because they feel “left” out, but why is this? Because they wish for God to take them as they choose to be and not by what He has told them they need to do to be able to stand clean before Him.
They refuse to accept that they are in the wrong or “left” of the issue. They refuse to see that what is “right” is called “right” for a reason and is supported to a degree by God since many still honor God as the creator of all. Where are these people found? In the conservative point of view. A view that honors the teaching of the Bible the very Bible those in the liberal party wish to reject and remove from all.
They wish to impose their believes that there is no God on all that say there is. This is a violation of all that wish to be free. Those that call themselves conservative do not wish to remove Liberals rights to live their live as they wish too, but that is what they wish to do to those that do honor God.
So who is the real group that is narrow minded and wishes to impose their values on others? It is the Liberals that are doing this. They do not believe this because they think all think as they do. Since they wish to impose their way of life on all they think all wish to do that as well, which is the furthest thing from the truth. That is how corrupted their way of thinking is.
If you state you are a “Christian” and you are a “Liberal.” I state how can you serve two masters. You must choose who you wish to serve. You cannot serve God and support a group that denies His existence. You cannot be for a group that wishes to live gloriously in sin and proud of it, when God says we are to avoid sin.
Understand we are not saying you cannot live without sinning, we ourselves sin. All sin, but to condone sin you deny God. Christians ask you not to sin. To turn from this sin, but if you do not we say fine that is your choice. Yet you support a group that states accept sin or you will be reviled. This is selfish behavior, which is opposite that of Christian believes. So again I ask who is it that you serve? God or a group that denies there is a God?
Could this be a factor that is tearing at the insides of Jon Stewart? Again I do not know.

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