LOOK: Candace Cameron Bure Just Shared Photo Wearing Shirt That Has Fans Going Wild

In a three-word plug for a faith-based apparel company, Candace Cameron Bure sparked a significant show of social media support for the equally concise message emblazoned on the shirt she wore.

As co-host of ABC’s The View, the outspoken Christian has ruffled a few feathers with her opinions on faith, culture and politics. The boiled-down, modern-day translation of John 3:16’s salvation message, however, earned nearly universal approval from her Facebook fans.

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Posted by Candace Cameron Bure on Thursday, February 4, 2016

“Awesome shirt,” one supporter responded. “God bless you and your family. Thank you for being a great example for people to follow.”

Another Facebook user commented that she had seen a similar shirt before, noting both it and its pint-sized wearer were quickly the topic of conversation.

“There was a baby in our church nursery this past Sunday who had that on his shirt!” she replied. “We were just cracking up at it. Especially since he was such a serious little man.”

One fan went a step further, sharing a photo of her own grandson in a T-shirt bearing the “Jesus Saves Bro” motto.

Several links to the company, Imperishable Clothing, were also included among the comments. Describing its own mission, the company states on its website that it is “just a small group of folks really stoked about Jesus.”

The company’s stated mission “is to start a Jesus saves, bro conversation with each shirt that we print!”

They Asked, He (Jesus) Answered!

“It remains to be seen what God will do with a man who gives himself up wholly to Him.” -D. L. Moody

America, can you imagine what this country would be like if 78% of those who claim to be Christians actually loved God (John 14:21) enough to obey Him (Titus 1:16; 1 John 2:4)? I can! If only the American people would meet The Lord on His terms (Jeremiah 29:11-13).

John Adams, the second President of the United States, wrote an entry in his diary dated February 22, 1756,

“Suppose a nation in some distant region should take the Bible for their only law book, and every member should regulate his conduct by the precepts there exhibited! Every member would be obliged in conscience, to temperance, frugality, and industry; to justice, kindness, and charity towards his fellow men; and to piety, love and reverence toward Almighty God…What a Utopia, what a Paradise would this region be.”

With all the lawlessness that is abounding in America, genuine Christians know that grace does still abound over sin (Romans 5:20; 1 John 4:4). The Scriptures tell us, “In all these things we are more than conquerors through him that loved us” (Romans 8:37). We are also told, “Whatsoever is born of God overcometh the world: and this is the victory that overcometh the world, even our faith” (1 John 5:4), and that Jesus Christ is “the author and the finisher of that faith” (Hebrew 12:2). Those who have that faith, the faith of the Son of God, are crucified to the world, and the world to them (Matthew 16:24; Galatians 2:20; 6:14).

Yet, there are some that simply do not hear (1 John 4:5-6).

D. L. Moody, the Chicago preacher, said: 

“It remains to be seen what God will do with a man who gives himself up wholly to Him.”

In Matthew 4:9, the devil offered Christ the world when he said, “All these things will I give thee, if thou wilt fall down and worship me.”

Yet, Christ created all things (Colossians 1:16-17).

Scripture tells Christians to ask of God, and He will give the heathen to them for their inheritance, and the uttermost parts of the earth for their possession (Psalm 2:8).

That is the heart of God, and His objective is to “seek and save that which is lost” (Luke 19:10; Ezekiel 33:11).

Feeling within myself the life and the leading of the Spirit of God (Romans 8:14), and given that my objective is aligned with The Lord’s (Psalm 37:4), if the devil has the world to offer those who bow to him, what might the Lord offer to His children for His glory when asked (Daniel 3)?

He said that we are to open our mouths wide so He can fill them (Psalm 81:10).

He asks, “Who has believed the report of the Lord? And upon whom is the arm of The Lord revealed?” (Isaiah 53:1)

The Lord tells us that those whose hearts are perfect towards Him shall do great exploits (2 Chronicles 16:9; Titus 3:5)!

We are to call unto Him, and He has promised to show unto us great and mighty things (Jeremiah 33:3).

Jesus told His Church that they would do greater things than He did (John 14:12). Scripture goes even further to tell us that if all the things that were done by Christ were written down, all the books in the world could not contain them (John 21:25)!

Therefore, what God did for others in their day, He promises to do such, and more, in ours (Malachi 3:16; Hebrews 13:8). He is faithful to a thousand generations, which includes ours, Christians (Psalms 105:8).

I love to talk of the “cloud of witnesses” (Hebrews 12). Remember the God of these men?

The God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. The God of Moses, Joshua, David, The God of Gideon, The God of Samson and The God of Elijah, Isaiah, Ezekiel, The God of Amos, The God of my Lord Jesus Christ “The Lion of the tribe of Judah, etc….

I also love to talk about the presence and power of God that abode upon our fathers of the faith: Martin Luther, John Knox, John Calvin, John Bunyan, Charles Spurgeon, John Wesley, George Whitfield, William and Catherine Booth, etc….

These men and woman were those who responded to the Lord, and they found Him! The results are that the world saw the Most High God in action and in demonstration through His Church (1 John 5:12).

It is one thing to talk of these men of God. Yet, it is another thing to know the God of our fathers, to walk with God and to be known of God. These that I mentioned proved Him and found Him to be exactly what Scripture declares of Him!

To do otherwise is to limit The Holy One of Israel.

“Those that teach that the day of miracles is past, teach the most disastrous lie ever told… Such lies are responsible for the prevalent lack of faith in God and have robbed Christianity of the power to demonstrate itself.” -John G. Lake

In America, how can anyone deny the divine hand of the Living God? They cannot! Where our forefathers left off, it is for the American Church to pick up.

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Michele Bachmann Just Revealed Why She Thinks Jesus Is ‘Coming Soon’ With Unexpected Biblical Warning

Every now and then, a conversation regarding the separation of church and state presides in the media. Sometimes, politicians go to extremes, attempting to relate scriptures from the Bible to current events.

This is one of those times.

Former Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., made headlines today when she made comments relating to foreign affairs, arguing that the current state of ISIS, Iran, and Syria all are a prelude to the arrival of Jesus.

Late last year, Bachman made some biblical claims, stating that she believes that Jesus is “coming soon,” and that “we’re seeing the fulfillment of scripture right in front of her eyes.”

In a radio interview done by Olive Tree Ministries, the former congresswoman warned the public about the alliance between Iran and Russia, stating that their current presence in Syria can have great implications for the future.

“What we see, which is about to happen, I believe, with Syria … the prediction is that Syria has fallen apart, quite literally,” Bachmann said in the interview. “But on a political basis, they would be quote ‘partitioned’ in that, although Russia today has control of Syria, they would be partitioning it so that the eastern portion of Syria would effectively be considered disputed, occupied territory by the Islamic State.”

“I believe that Putin and Iran have an alliance so that they can control, not only the production of global oil, but the distribution of global oil,” Bachmann went on to say in the interview. “And I believe that they’re positioning themselves so that someday they can invade Israel to be able to take over the vast stores of oil and natural gas that Israel is controlling, with this very unique new partnership between Iran and Russia in Syria.”

Bachmann fears that the world is close to giving ISIS legitimacy, and that consequently, the Islamic State would assume total control over Iraq and eastern Syria.

“I think this lines up with scripture,” Bachmann said on air. She then went on to explain that the race for natural resources provides the motivation for an invasion of sorts, especially when one considers the natural gas that Israel has recently discovered.

“[Russia and Iran] would support a global world order to keep their game going into the future,” she said.

Before finishing the interview, Bachmann encouraged Christians to heed to eschatological scriptures, and preach the word of God to others.

“We know that there is more prophesy of Jesus’ second coming even than there was in the first,” Bachmann said on air. “We also should be encouraged and empowered as believers in Jesus Christ — now more than ever — with the Bible in one hand, the newspaper in another, to say to our neighbors and co-workers and people at church, this is about the Lord speaking to the world that, ‘I am coming soon.’”

Donald Trump Does Not Represent Christ, Christians Or The Bible

In politics, seeking the spotlight is part of the game – but the spotlight can also become the floodlight by which all intents and purposes are revealed; it is then that public scrutiny feels more like darkness than light.

It is Mr. Trump’s own words that are bouncing back to raise eyebrows and doubts. Some of it is silly, but all of it serves to cast a full picture of the man.

Last year, we heard of youngsters around the nation being expelled from school for pretending to shoot a gun using their hands, or for drawing a picture of a gun.

We may get the students into good PC form, as silly as it is; but who is going to get the Donald into line? Is the idea of getting away with murder and still being a front-runner his best example for America’s children?

Donald is seen at Dordt College making the hand symbol for a gun and saying, “I could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn’t lose any voters, okay?”

Donald’s behavior is anything but presidential; it clearly shows what he thinks of the average voter. In this context, he may as well call his own followers (and perhaps the entire nation) stupid.

Do Evangelicals have both a Savior and an Idol?

In 2 Kings 17: 33, ancient Israel is charged with fearing God, but serving idols. It is a non-sequitur that calls for pause to grasp or understand – until today.

Trump’s rallies are dotted with autograph-seeking, shouting and smiling Christians trying to get a glance at their idol, as if they expected him to win both the presidency and the latest televised broadcast of American Idol.

The Evangelicals may think they don’t need to follow the Lord of Righteousness, and now they can follow their lord of self-absorption, Mr. Trump; but they have become conspicuously misguided. Author Dr. Don Boys says: “For a Christian to vote for Trump is like a chicken voting for Colonel Sanders.”

Where Christians are not present in large numbers, this may be perfectly understandable; but there is no doubt that true Christians are held up to a much higher standard than the average politically-minded citizen.

For the everyday crowd, the emotional and the logical may be all that’s needed to form an opinion. In Christ and under the clear teaching of scripture, Christians have a third qualifier laid upon them.

The top two questions for all Christians should first be – does this candidate know God, and will his decisions be based on his personal faith?

The most cursory examination of Donald Trump’s own words would lead one to answer a solid ‘no’ to both questions.

But the Evangelicals do not pause for anything, and they stay in deliberate step–not with their Savior, but with their idol.

Who Asked Donald Trump to “Represent Christians”? Does the Bible say he may represent them?

In June of 2015, Donald Trump said in an interview with CBN’s David Brodie, “Believe me, if I run and win, I will be the greatest representative of the Christians that they’ve had in a long time.”

The Scriptures directly oppose Donald’s claim.

Unless you are Catholic, every person who claims to know Christ and is guided by the scriptures knows that Christ has no earthly representative. Christ represents Himself to the world through His Word and the Holy Spirit – nothing and no one else has ever been called to represent Him.

Christians are represented by themselves. In fact, the entire world judges us by our faith, our fruits and how that faith plays out in our lives.

Finally, to think that a man who cannot freely quote one Bible verse has been chosen by God to represent the Bible or Bible believers is far beyond a lack of solid theology – it is pure quackery.

Preachers, pastors, evangelists, prophets and messengers of every sort who trust God’s word should be warning Christians today. The warning is simple; but if ignored, it will have serious repercussions for our nation’s future.

That message is clear: Having and/or following idols is just as sinful today as it was in the ancient world.

This writer will refine the warning even further.

If we cast our votes for someone who has no testimony of salvation and who clearly has not been born again, we are voting against Christ. You will be joining in with all that in these last days is now referred to as the antichrist.

The nation cannot live with this – it can only die with it, presidential slogans to the contrary notwithstanding.

Even as these words were set to paper, our Supreme Court threw out another attempt to stop abortion in a state that banned the practice. All the blather about Donald Trump took up most of today’s news, while the report out of SCOTUS was a mere footnote.

It is this kind of thing that compels me to say once again and yet more emphatically:

You may get your Trump, America, but you have long since lost your greatness.

WATCH: News Anchor Accidentally Ends On-Air Broadcast With 3 Words He Did NOT Mean To Say…

VStv is a television station that serves the Midcoast and Central Maine population. According to VStv’s website, “VStv is the only full-service commercial TV station serving Midcoast and Central Maine exclusively.” One of the anchors of the morning news show is Chris Quimby. Quimby’s bio is also offered as information on the website.

Chris is the anchor of the VStv Morning Report and co-host of Soup du Jour. He also is a Christian comedian, speaker and writer. In addition to being the regular monthly humor columnist for Bangor Metro Magazine and a staff blogger on CelticsLife.com, he is also owner of Chris Quimby iPhone Repair and Nachotree Print & Digital Design…Chris lives in Brooks with his wife and two children.

Quimby’s recent on-air flub has gone viral. It happened when Quimby was going about his daily routine of presenting the news; he was signing off for the day when he uttered these words in his last sentence: “In Jesus’ name.” Seemingly surprised that he uttered the comment, he followed it up with a hearty, “Amen!” That’s when laughter overtook Quimby.

TheBlaze picked up the story and ran it, as did several other media outlets. Now, Quimby’s prayerful ending to his broadcast is national news. Even VStv has apparently gotten a kick out of his gaffe. On their Twitter page, they commented, “Morning Anchor Chris Quimby’s on-air blooper is on the front page of TheBlaze today! Way to go viral, Chris!”

It seems as though Quimby was praying subconsciously throughout his broadcast, and the words just came out at the end the way many Christians end their traditional prayers. Apparently, Quimby practiced what he preaches when he was caught “praying without ceasing.”