Illegal immigrant hunting permit

immigrant hunting permitWords are inadequate to respond to this image that has been circulating the internet. I’ll only say that we are all illegal aliens in the kingdom of God granted amnesty by the blood of Jesus Christ. Every time we refuse others mercy, we are rejecting our own. God is using things like this to separate the wheat from the chaff and make plain the fruit of Satan. The pigs continue to race off the cliff into the lake of fire; the exorcism of our people continues (Mark 5:1-13). Pray that the world would continue to be saved from us as we are saved from ourselves.

13 thoughts on “Illegal immigrant hunting permit

  1. February 11, 1847. The “Congressional Globe” reports: “…We must march from ocean to ocean….We must march from Texas straight to the Pacific ocean….It is the destiny of the white race, it is the destiny of the Anglo-Saxon Race.”

    The New York Herald: “The universal Yankee Nation can regenerate and disenthrall the people of Mexico in a few years; and we believe it is a part of our destiny to civilize that beautiful country.”

    American Review writes of Mexicans “yielding to a superior population, insensibly oozing into her territories, changing her customs, and out-living, exterminating her weaker blood.”
    1846-1848 U.S. Army battles Mexico, not just enforcing the new Texas border at the Rio Grande but capturing Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Colorado, and California (as well as marching as far south as Mexico City).
    1848 Mexico surrenders on U.S. terms (U.S. takes over ownership of New Mexico, California, an expanded Texas, and more, for a token payment of $15 million, which leads the Whig Intelligencer to report: “We take nothing by conquest….Thank God”).
    (date unknown) General Ulysses S. Grant calls the Mexican War “the most unjust war ever undertaken by a stronger nation against a weaker one.”
    Corrupt governments cannot have “just laws”

  2. So… people who come to the United States to steal American Jobs are somehow worthy of Mercy from us.

    However, in those same countries, if you attempted to live their illegally you would end up in a horrible situation without any Mercy.

    Mercy is all well and good, it would be merciful to reform the Visa system to let more people in, and to allow qualified people into our society. No one has an issue with LEGAL immigration. However what do you do with the tens of millions who are here illegally? They came here, jumping to the front of the line, and flipping-off all of those who would attempt to play by the rules and come here legally.

    What about the mercy to those who play by the rules?

    • “When a foreigner resides among you in your land, do not mistreat them. The foreigner residing among you must be treated as your native-born. Love them as yourself, for you were foreigners in Egypt. I am the LORD your God.” ~ Leviticus 19:33-34

      • AoF 12 We believe in being subject to kings, presidents, rulers, and magistrates, in obeying, honoring, and sustaining the law.

        • Who’s advocating breaking the law? Is it upholding the law to shoot people or joke about shooting people? You still haven’t responded to that basic question.

  3. “It needs to be taken for granted that all men are wicked and that they will always give vent to the malignity that is in their minds when opportunity offers”. (Machiavelli, The Discourses). Totally repugnant “humor” to highlight the very real illegal alien problem. No audience, no performance or indepth critique necessary.

  4. SImilar stickers started appearing on cars following the 11th September attacks, and those were “Terrorist Hunting Permits” which had some version of “Permit # 9-11-2001” on them. It’s always an easy response to hatred, or fear of something that’s different…to respond with hatred. To be like Jesus, we have to respond without reflex, from something stronger than the ‘lizard brain’ and deeper than the central nervous system.

    • In all this debate which seems to be all too quick to clearly state Jesus’ exact or obvious thoughts on matters dealing more with the justice side of things, we do have to wrestle with verses like Luke 22:36 where Jesus clearly instructs his disciples to buy a side arm. Or the circumstance involving Ananias and Saphira where justice swept in and took lives “simply” for lying. Justice and mercy kiss in Ps. 85:10 and we should do well to embrace the thought that what God has joined together let not man put asunder.

  5. I totally agree that the “hunting license” is in extremely bad taste. But I will take a little exception to your comment that “Every time we refuse others mercy, we are rejecting our own”. The Hebrew word for forgiveness (which is what is blocked if we do not forgive) is a totally different word than the word for mercy. And when it come to people breaking the law, we cannot throw out justice for political correctness or in total deference to mercy because according to scripture mercy and justice are BFFs. Ps. 85:10

    • Good point. But Matthew 18:21-35 is also relevant to the conversation. Mercy does not mean advocating law-breaking. Mercy means we don’t think we can sum up the entirety of another person’s identity by labeling them illegal. You can treat other people as children of God who don’t deserve any less than you do and still compassionately uphold the laws of our land insofar as it is your role to participate in that.

  6. This grieves me deeply…no words are adequate to describe how this makes me feel. I can’t imagine what leads a person or persons to create and be a part of such filth.
    I’m sure God is groaning and grieving as well.

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