WorldNetDaily's Joseph Farah has been pushing for a "National Day of Prayer and Repentance" on Sept. 11 despite his own utter lack of remorse for all the lies about President Obama and other ideological enemies he has used his website to spread. Farah promotes his hypocritical little day of prayer again in his July 24 WND column:
I know. I know. There have been many “days of prayer” in America – even several this year! So what’s the difference between those and the one I called for 9-11-13?
Simple. Note the word “repentance.” That’s the key. This is a day of prayer not for the non-believer. This is exclusively for what I call the “remnant” of true believers across America, who number in the millions, to trust in and glory in the power and promises of God to deliver us from evil – if we only follow His prescription.
And what is that prescription?
It’s found very clearly in 2 Chronicles 7:14. It’s really worth taking another look at it. It’s worth studying. After all, these are the words of God as recorded by Solomon.
It’s very simple, yet very profound.
“If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.”
God tells “His people” that if they do four things, He will do three things:
Our prescription is to:
seek His face
turn from our wicked ways.That last one is about repentance. That’s the very definition of repentance – turning away from evil and back toward God. Repentance is an ongoing matter – not a once-in-a-lifetime event. And, along with humility, it’s where most believers fall short.
Again, Farah demands repentence from others while refusing to repent for his own sins.
That makes Farah a cynical, hypocritical charlatan who is still pretending his "day of prayer" isn't about advancing his vicious, hateful, and completely dishonest anti-Obama agenda.
And he wants us to repent before he makes any offer to do so? Please.