Friday, February 9, 2018


There's something I feel I need to discuss, here on Life with Lynnie (LwL).

Back in December, I saw a couple articles that I thought were very important.

What are they referring to? 


Here is an article by entitled, Muslims demand banning of female workers from construction sites near mosques

The article stated (I copied/pasted):

Montreal, Quebec: The leaders of two mosques pressured an entrepreneur to ensure that there were no women on construction sites near the places of worship during Friday prayers, reported Quebec’s TVA New on December 12, 2017.

The management of the mosques located in the Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce neighbourhood of Montreal, first asked the contractors not to do any work on Friday so as not to harm the day of prayer. Their request was refused because of delays that would have resulted from work stoppage.

The contractor has instead committed not to make noise on Friday, a clause that was written into the contract.

The mosque leaders then claimed the women would not be visible on Fridays in the construction sites near the two mosques, which the contractor says he can prove.

The measure targeted five women –four signalers and one engineer – who had to be reassigned elsewhere, according to information obtained via the TVA News Facebook account.


Here is an article by entitled, Catholic University Criticized by Muslims Determined to Push Out Christmas

The article stated (I copied/pasted):

Christmas is supposed to be a festive time of year, a celebration of hope and joy as winter closes in.

At a university in Chicago, however, Muslim students are now protesting that the college is too festive, and Christmas celebrations are overshadowing Islam.

To make the complaint even more bizarre, this objection is happening at Loyola University — a private Catholic school.

Yes, Muslims who willingly enrolled at an obviously Christian school are now upset to find out that… er… it actually celebrates Christmas.

A student journalist named Sajedah Al-khzaleh is one of the voices fanning the outrage. She wrote a piece in the campus newspaper essentially complaining that Islamic Ramadan and Eid celebrations just aren’t as popular as Christmas. In Chicago. At a Catholic university.


This shows me that Christians are not acceptable to Muslims.  Just as I've mentioned, before.

Of course, Jesus did tell us that we Christians would not be acceptable to everyone.

Just as we read, in John 15:19, "If ye were of the world, the world would love his own: but because ye are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hateth you."

Amen!  If ye were of the world, the world would love his own: but because ye are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hateth you.

Just as today's Bible verse states, because we born again Christians are not of this world, we are hated.

Not just hated by Muslims.  But, also hated by anyone who doesn't belong to Jesus.

I belong to Jesus.

Do you?

Hopefully so, for even if you may not be loved by many people in this world, you would be loved by God.  And, blessed.

Come to Christ, today.  Trust in/believe upon Jesus, and you will gain salvation, and will belong to Him.

Tomorrow may be too late.

Until next time...

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