WATCH: Glenn delivers keynote address at Liberty University convocation

UPDATE: Watch Glenn’s entire speech below:

Original story below:

Glenn broadcasted Friday’s radio program from Liberty University in Virginia because he was invited to speak the school’s convocation. He admitted he had written and re-written his speech several times over the last couple of days, and he ultimately decided to bring along a few historical artifacts from his collection to illustrate how times are changing.

“I got up this morning, and I thought, ‘Who am I to speak today,’” Glenn said on radio this morning. “But as I got here last night – and I brought a whole bunch of stuff to share with them – I kind of changed the direction this morning… But it is really pretty much the same conversation that I had with my daughter yesterday at lunch… I told her, you know, the seasons are changing, and we just have to know who we are. And we have to know who we serve. And we have to know who has the answers. And it’s not the guys in the long robes.”

Glenn took that stage around 10:30am ET, and his radio program and TheBlaze TV carried a portion of the address. While video of the full speech will be available on later Friday afternoon, below is a highlight:

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To begin, Glenn explained that Friday’s graduates are “entering a time unlike anything America or the world as ever seen. While the possibilities are truly endless, it will be more necessary than ever to enter the world firmly rooted in principle.

“The times are changing, and if we are going to rebuild our nation and keep people free, then we have to look at the source… And the more political answers that we try to find, the more lost in darkness we become. The more we try to find the answers through science, through technology, the more lost we become,” Glenn told the crowd. “The answers are quiet, the answers are simple. And the answers are here. I brought some things with me that I want to show you.”

Two of the things Glenn brought with him were the personal Bibles of King Louie XV of France and King George III of England. Both books were in pristine condition – as though they had never been opened.

“If you look through this, it is absolutely perfect. I don’t think the pages were ever turned,” Glenn said. “What do your scriptures look like? Will someday somebody say, ‘This was my this is my sister’s scriptures. Look, they are in perfect condition,’ or will they have been pored over, dog-eared, written in? That tells the story of your life and your path. This is what freed the world. And this came at a great price.”

The graduates at Liberty University today are entering a less than perfect world, and Glenn encouraged the young men and women gathered in the room to be prepared.

“I am asking you: What is it that you believe? Are you willing to give your life? It’s real. This is not a textbook. Your classes are over. Life is about to begin. And it’s real. What are you willing to do? What is it that means something to you,” Glenn asked. “Expect miracles in your lifetime. Live in such a way that you can demand miracles, expect miracles, call down miracles. And then when they happen, pronounce them, declare them, never be shy. No matter how small or how big, don’t explain it away. That is the awesome power of Jesus Christ and the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.”

  • Deckard426

    Glenn could always give the Louie XV Bible to Mitt Romney, who would toss it into the trash.

    • Steve Taylor

      LOL Glen is a Mormon just like Mitt !!! why would you say that ???

      • cliff

        You didn’t hear about the Original copy of George Washington’s Farewell Address? Mitt’s son lost it.

        • Anonymous

          And contacted Glenn about the issue and apologized. We all make mistakes. I am so glad that mine are not plastered all over the world for others to see. Only my God can see all the sin in my life, and he died so that I might be forgiven.

  • Rosie Nanette Gagnon

    Thanks for publishing this speech. I admire you so much Glenn, for not being afraid of telling the truth. God is our answer, and we truly find His will in the scriptures.

    • texastruthtweet

      Amen! I have rededicated my life to God about 6 months ago, and I know miracles are still happening! I have experienced them myself in the form of restored health.

    • Anonymous

      Glenn Beck is a snake oil salesman, nothing more. He’s in deep trouble now with a defamation lawsuit and a revolt of his core audience over his treatment of the Nevada rancher Bundy, so he runs and hides behind religion. It’s not working.

  • Marsha Hays

    So happy when I heard you were at Liberty for this speech. My daughter is finishing up her computer classes there in the Spring of next year. Comfortable feeling to know God is always with us and we only have to open his book to find the right path for our journey.
    God Bless Glenn

  • Cindy Phelps

    Thank you for making me think, Glenn!

    • Anonymous

      Making you think? LOLOLOL. That’s hilarious. Glenn Beck is a Creationist. No thinking is going on with those people.

  • Art Pinney

    Thanks for sharing this speech. I always enjoy watching or hearing Beck. It’s amazing how Glenn, who basically doesn’t have any visual charisma, is so charismatic. Glenn, you are an inspiration for the average guy (like me). Thanks!

    • Anonymous

      He has all the charisma of a snake oil salesman. This was a nauseating display, especially after all the fear mongering and crazy false conspiracy theories the guy has been selling for so many years.

  • Nancy McLennan

    I would like to know who Glen thinks Jesus Christ is?
    Doubt it is the same as Liberty University’s standing.
    While I like Glen, regarding politics and think he is a good man, He would not hold the same beliefs as Liberty University or Thomas Road Baptist church. Mormons do not hold the same beliefs. He spoke at my son’s graduation at Liberty and I enjoyed him but more from a political stance.

    • Wax

      He believes in the same Jesus Christ you do, there is only one of him. Do we as Christians all have the same love of Christ in common??

      • cliff

        Actually, you can say, we believe in the same Jesus Christ, the man who walked the earth 2000 years ago. But, Christians believe in the trinity, three persons in one God who existed from all time. They believe that Jesus, God, became man. Mormons believe that God the Father was human on a different planet and became God of the earth. Father God, sent his son, Jesus, down to earth. Jesus’ brother, Lucifer, who was also human at some time, became the tempter. So, no, he no longer believes in the Christian God.

        They do think they believe in Jesus. He thinks he belongs to another denomination, but it’s actually a completely different religion.

        He got Tynsdale’s death wrong too, but most people do.

        He got Smith’s death wrong too, but Morman’s always do.

        • Wax

          First of all what makes your version of Jesus Christ correct.

          He got Joseph Smiths murder absolutely correct so you’re wrong there, it’s documented…How is it in America the land of the free, a man is allowed to be MURDERED for simply believing in something. And all of the mormons were driven from the land, homes, wealth and left a blood trail across the great plains…and what retribution did they receive…none.

          The trinity doesn’t fly or the Creation was a lie and God doesn’t lie…he created man in his own image and he meant it. Christ spoke of his Father as his Father in heaven, its ridiculous to think he prayed to himself through out his life…come on think about it.

          You are completely taking mormon doctrine out of context.

          Oh one more correction…not all Christians secs believe in the trinity.

          Here’s the way it is, man changed the bible for their own convenience…and have left out the plain and precious truths that you don’t seem to understand.

          • cliff

            I’m sorry to have offended you, but unless you actually read something about Mormon doctrine, you shouldn’t call someone a Mormon hater because they think the doctrine is profoundly wrong.

            You’ve got me all wrong. I love Glenn Beck. I’m a huge fan. I think he gets a lot of stuff completely right and I’m in his debt about the constitution and the founding fathers.

            But, I’m not like a Broncos fan who thinks they are the best, right or wrong. I don’t agree with him on this. On the other hand, without his converting to Mormonism, he may not have pushed storage food like he has and millions of people might not be prepared for the coming times. I think he is used by God and is completely devoted to God.

            Lots of people get God wrong. That’s easy to prove because lots of people have very, very different ideas about God. There is only one truth and maybe nobody has it completely right, but everyone cannot be right if they believe different things, can they? Beck spoke before evangelical Christians, for the most part and they and what Mormons believe is profoundly different. I’m a Christian and in no way hate the Mormons, but I profoundly disagree with them about who God is. I don’t believe that God was created, but that he existed from all eternity. I don’t believe that he was human and had physical sons, but that Jesus Christ, second person of the trinity, existed from all eternity as well. Mormons don’t believe this. That doesn’t make me a hater, it makes me informed about the differences.

            Maybe you should lay off the name calling and read up on Mormonism and how it is different from Evangelical Christianity. The differences are profound, but that doesn’t mean that Mormons are bad people.

            I probably love Glenn Beck more than you because he always says not to blindly follow, but to question everything.

          • Wax

            First of all you don’t offend me, however, many thanks to you for the apology as it is accepted. Here is the problem I have with you and others like you. Regardless of what religious sect Glenn belongs to, he’s stands before these kids, and he speaks of Christ in a most spiritual way. He encourages the students to have love of God. He talks about getting back to the basics that made this country great and putting God first before all other things. He encourages us to read the Holy Bible as it is a blue print for happiness, and to learn from the Prophets creating a solid foundation of God in our lives. No matter what Christian sect you affiliate yourself with, are they not all good if they espouse love of our Savior, recognize his atonement, and his gift of eternal life…the answer is a resounding YES!

            But people like you have to tear him apart and belittle him because of his testimony of his church, that he has prayed and labored over whether or not its true. If Joseph Smith had a vision of the Father and Son and the answer came back to him through the spirit that Joseph did have this vision. And if Joseph Smith did have this vision, then indeed there will be a lot of Christians very, very surprised in the last day when he returns.

            For that reason alone, I think it’s worth while to do a ton of research from positive sources, and studying it out in depth if this vision happened, as this is a major event that took place in this country. The only country where it could freely have taken place, even know the Mormons were persecuted, and driven out of their own lands and homes. Their women were raped and murdered, children left homeless, and men killed, all because one man claimed to have seen God. Oh and their Prophet murdered in cold blood and no one paid a price for it.

            You know when someone lies about something, sooner or later they come clean because they can’t take the heat…Here’s a man Joseph who’s family was being persecuted, who’s friends where being persecuted, and he himself was Tarred and Feathered, viscously beaten to an inch of his life and falsely imprisoned and how difficult it had to be for him to undergo such terrible things…anyone who would have been lying would have given in. But he couldn’t because he would have mocked God.

            Isn’t reasonable to know that God loves his children and that he would never allow them to go astray and that he always provides a way to return to him and a Prophet to help guide them.

            We are in the last days, Joseph Smith prophesied our day, he wrote that the constitution would hang by a thread. He was right then and he is right now!

            So before castigating Glenn Beck’s religion, and rather then going to websites that spew hate for the Mormons, maybe you should read from Joseph Smith’s own words, and pray about it, and take him up on the promise that God will answer your humble prayer if asked sincerely…that’s what Glenn claims to have done and I admire him for it.

            One last challenge. Read the Book of Mormon. Joseph Smith was an uneducated man he wrote this book that contained 100’s of people with names that are hard to imagine up. There were hundreds of cities, he wrote about their different modalities, economies,governments, the book speaks of their personal of families, trials and tribulations, and the book testifies of Jesus Christ in the most beautiful terms ever to be expressed in words…it’s a history of the American Indians and God’s dealings with them…522 page long, all written in 65 days…I challenge anyone to do this. There had to be divine intervention…And after all of this the LDS church is one of the greatest religions on the earth today.

          • Anonymous

            Your logic is flawed, your assertions are false and your reason has abandoned you.

            In 1844, Smith and the Nauvoo city council angered non-Mormons by ordering a printing press destroyed after it was used to publish an exposé critical of Smith’s power and practice of polygamy.[4] During the ensuing controversy, Smith was imprisoned in Carthage, Illinois, and killed when a mob stormed the jailhouse.

          • Wax

            Even if your assertions are accurate which they are not. Joseph Smith was murdered before standing trial in America you knucklehead…just like the Muslims are doing now to Christians, killing them.

          • cliff


            You will not convince Wax no matter your facts because Wax has something that can never be overcome with facts and that’s belief in Joseph Smith. Questioning is not encouraged in the Mormon church and they don’t think it is in any other church.

          • cliff


            I see now. You say that I tear him apart and belittle him, even though I said the EXACT OPPOSITE, because you are a Mormon and any mention about the profound differences in Mormon vs. Evangelical Christian belief is threatening. I get that.

            I never tore into Beck and in fact said that he stands for important things that others don’t have the courage to. But you didn’t see that because you are not reading what I wrote, you are reading what you feel threatened by. I replied to someone about why would God select Glen Beck by stating that there were no Christians who had the courage he did and that I firmly believe that God is using Beck. You didn’t see that because you fear the fact that Mormon doctrine is profoundly different from Christian doctrine. Ok, I get it, but God can use people, and has throughout the Bible, who had wrong belief about who and what God was.

            You think that no matter what sect you affiliate yourself with, they are all good if they espouse love of our Savior, recognize his atonement and his gift of eternal life. Ok, I understand now because of your Mormon use of the term atonement.

            I think you are profoundly wrong. What you believe about Jesus Christ is very important to your salvation. If it isn’t important, then why are there Christian and Mormon missionaries going all over the world, risking their lives to convert people?

            That being said, I think this will be my last word as you are too mean and defensive to actually converse with. You simply proclaim your testimony. That’s fine, but you can’t hear my point of view and you only call me names and say I did and said things that I didn’t. You cannot listen or even hear. Why bother?

          • Wax

            Cliff I defend nothing, I simply point out the truth and the way it is. I mean you no harm. I’m in no way shape or form insecure about what I believe in. I’m sad that our conversation couldn’t be more congenial…you’ll have to take responsibly for your actions as I will mine…I wish you the very best, as you are my brother and I’m your brother. God bless you.

          • Christopher Ayala Menchaca

            Your wrong, Jesus is the son of God! One in the same, Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit! Undeniable.

        • Brenda Lynn

          I really doubt Glenn believes as you say he does. He’s spent enough time with Born Again Spirit filled Christians to know the Truth.

          • erikthereddest

            It sure seems that way to me, but as much as Glenn talks about his faith, he *never* gets into these doctrinal differences, and *never* speaks about them in any other context, so the only things we can go on are his words, which have important implications, and how he identifies himself, as a Mormon. I suppose we might be able to find more information on the teachings at Glenn’s church, but even then he may have significantly different positions on certain key doctrines. Lots of people like to harp on Christians for making a big deal about doctrinal differences, but often those differences are important because of the deep, reaching impact they have for every other aspect of one’s faith. Sometimes you have to have a strong education in theology to recognize those issues, but that doesn’t make them any less important. There is a heck of a lot of arbitrary doctrinal bickering that happens in the church (I’ve seen churches split over music and the color of the new carpet, for crying out loud) but that doesn’t mean that *all* doctrinal differences are unimportant.

          • cliff

            Well said.

          • cliff

            Brenda Lynn,

            Then why does he say he’s a Mormon?

        • David Neilson


          I realize this is a two day old conversation now but I did want to call you on a few things regarding your above statements. With all due respect to your faith and beliefs and with an understanding of what you feel is an urgency to teach the “doctrine of Jesus Christ” I want to tell you sir that you have been misinformed on many level’s regarding “Mormon Doctrine”. Whether that misinformation has come from rumor, conjecture, or from those parroting anti-Mormon rhetoric as old as the church itself you are way off base.

          I do want to qualify my statements by saying that my intent is not to build up the LDS Church by tearing down your beliefs or faith. Nor is it to “Bible Bash”. I simply want make some corrections where they need to be made.

          You have made statements in your comments and have presented them in such a way as to come across as some sort of authority in LDS doctrine when in all actuality much of what you have said is fiction mingled with a bit of LDS doctrine here and there.

          First case in point… I assume you are coming to your conclusions on the LDS beliefs of the Origin of God based on the statement made long ago by the Prophet Joseph Smith when he taught “As God once was, man is. As God is, man my become”.

          From this remark of Joseph Smith and the Statement of Christ in John 5:19 (“I do nothing of myself, but what I seeth the Father do) many have gathered that the Son was doing what the Father had done before him and that in a distant eternity we will do the same. However, so far as God the Father is concerned we must leave that until we return back to His presence. We can only consider this statement as it applies to God the Son.

          Let us first consider that statement from the Protestant definition of God. John Chapter 1… You can probably quote it… “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God…. Verse 14 in that same chapter say that “The Word was made Flesh and dwelt among us”. I think we will both agree this verse is speaking about Jesus Christ (God the Son). According to the Nicene Creed (which most of Christianity accepts as the uniform definition of the Holy Trinity) God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Ghost are one being. That being was made flesh and dwelt amount us… (See John 20:17, Acts 17:26- 29 and Luke 2:40 for more Christ birth and growth)

          Now back to Joseph Smith’s statement… “As God once was, man is…” Over two thousand years ago the Word, (Jesus Christ) was made flesh and dwelt among us. Are we not all as Christ was when he was made flesh? We are born, we grow and we die. ( Please keep this in the proper context. I am not saying we hold a candle to Christ in His perfections and attributes. I am simply stating that we, like Him possess a physical body and that we grow in knowledge as we gain experience.)

          Also, at some future date (BECAUSE OF HIS SACRIFICE AND RESSURECTION) we too will be resurrected and immortal and dwell with Him in Heaven. “As God is, man may become” – because of the Atonement of Christ we will all become resurrected and immortal beings, perfected in and through the atoning blood of Jesus Christ and in NO other way. Is not that the reward the Bible promises to those who confess Jesus as Lord?

          As to Jesus Christ and Lucifer (Satan) having a body… WOW… Not sure where you got that one from but we do not believe that Lucifer was ever an embodied human. If you honestly want to understand what we Do believe on the subject of the adversary then take a look at Isaiah 14:12-20

          As for your reference to us believing in a different Jesus, plenty of arguments have been made regarding this. I suppose that contention will continue as long as the world does. Honestly though.. It absolutely baffles me that Christianity as a whole (who refers to Bible as the final word on anything the Lord God has said or will say) uses the definition of 318 bishop’s in the year 325 AD at the council of Nicea under the threat of death by Constantine as the authoritative and uniform source to define the attributes and character of God. All Protestant religion’s apostatized from the Catholic faith in one way or another because they did not agree with the doctrine. The Holy Trinity as taught in the Bible is completely different than that taught by the above referenced counsel yet it is widely accepted…

          Regarding Mr. Beck… His message to this audience was one of unity despite our doctrinal beliefs and interpretations.

          I am reminded of an account in Luke 9 of John telling the Lord that they (the Apostles) “saw one casting out devil’s in thy name and we forbade him because he followeth not with us.” What did Christ say? “Forbid him not: for he that is not against us is for us”.

          We have a larger problem at hand then doctrinal difference. The truth of the matter is that your definition of Jesus, who he is, and your understanding of the Bible leads you to good works and a desire for the principles laid down by our forefathers (which I and I am sure you believe were inspired of God) be followed.

          Our definition of who Jesus is leads us to do the same and if we are not unified in our desire for liberty by following the principles Mr. Beck correctly identified as being laid out in the Bible we are all in trouble.

          • cliff

            David Neilson,

            Don’t get me wrong, I’m always up for a good debate on facts and if I get facts wrong, I want to know about it. Wax on the other hand, didn’t put forth a single fact, just name calling and abuse. You actually read what I wrote, and answered. That’s all I ever ask. If I’m wrong, then point it out and cite facts, not emotions.

            Actually, it appears that you and I are in substantial agreement. Things didn’t get particularly nasty until Wax started calling me and other people names.

            As you point out, much of my impressions of what Mormons believe is from older statements from early on in the Mormon Church before the current leadership was sorted out. The Mormon Church’s beliefs seem to have changed over time and what you are saying may be what is believed now. I don’t know. The Mormon Church has a prophet who makes statements now and then that changes things or maybe clarifies things.

            So, thank you for your thoughtful and reasoned arguments. Wax could take a lesson or two about how to make a point without calling someone a “Hater”.

            The problem I had was not that Beck is a Mormon. I don’t have any problem with that at all. All the Mormons that I’ve known have been decent people, and I cannot say that about members I’ve known from any other Church. I profoundly disagree with what I perceive to be Mormon doctrine, but that doesn’t mean I’m an anti-Mormon hater. It just means that either I’m mistaken or they are. We can’t both be right, but in regard to this discussion about the Constitution, it doesn’t matter at all. On the other hand to say that I don’t profoundly disagree would mean either I don’t know the differences or that I don’t care about them. Most people don’t know and don’t care. I do because I think it is important to know God for your salvation, because the way you believe determines the way you act and you are judged by God on your actions.

            I believe Glenn Beck is trying his best to bring us back to an understanding that without the Bible teachings, the Constitution cannot be understood. I agree with him 100% that people that don’t understand the Biblical origin of the founder’s reasoning cannot live by the Constitution.

            I believe that Beck is one of the bravest people I know of and that God uses him because of his willingness to do his perception of God’s will regardless of consequences. That’s very, very important. Most Christians belong to the “world wide church of nice” and don’t have the gumption to sop up their milk with their toast.

            The only real problem I had with the speech was when Glen Beck was saying that Mormonism is just a different “denomination” of Christian church. The word “denomination” means something, like Catholic or Baptist or Methodist. Mormonism, on the other hand, really is a completely different religion, albeit one that has the Bible as one of its holy books. That’s all I was saying.

            As you point out protestants believe many different things from each other and particularly different from Catholics. The split during the reformation was not so much because of doctrine but mostly because of political issues, although there were some things like indulgences. Protestant “doctrine” if it can even be called that, drifts and changes over time, but they have a core of belief that stayed pretty much the same. You point out that even that has morphed somewhat from the earlier councils. I agree.

            However, there are several churches that use the Bible, but are not considered Christian by most churches because the difference in doctrine is due to the very nature of God. For example, the Jehovah’s Witnesses don’t believe that Jesus Christ is divine. So, they would not be considered Christian by most Christians. On the other hand, if we believe that the a church believing in Jesus as the savior without regard to his origin is Christian, then yes, Catholics, Mormons, Jehovah’s Witnesses and protestants are all Christian. Some Baptists would argue that Catholics are not Christian either. Lots of fundamentalists think that the Pope is not just the leader of the Roman Catholic Church, but that he is the anti-Christ.

            So, in summary, if you say that God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit are three persons in the one and only God of the entire universe, and that He existed from all eternity and that God the Father was not a man before he was God of the Earth, and can prove it with Mormon texts, I’d like to see that. Then I’ll believe that what I wrote is a misinterpretation of old, comments, texts or just plain slander. I hate being wrong about facts, so please show me where I’m wrong.

            On the other hand, if that’s not the Mormon teaching, then if you don’t mind, since you have access to the texts at hand, would you do me a favor? Clearly describe the nature of God the Father, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, and Satan or Lucifer and if you have some more time, the nature of Angels. Please cite Mormon texts rather than just the Bible, since your citations above may only be your own interpretation or opinion and not the Mormon Church’s. Facts are what I want – not being called names, and you, sir, seem to be able to supply them. Thank you.

            If you don’t have time, I understand.

            To tell you the truth, I don’t have time to do a thorough investigation right now. Also, I may be getting some stuff wrong since I’m relying on my memory and don’t have the books in front of me. I would welcome some facts to clear those things up.

            And Wax, please stay out of this. I won’t respond to you.

        • ManaMoffa

          Wow Glenn Beck is deleting almost all the comments

          I just asked “Why is this Mormon at Liberty?

      • Anonymous

        That is a false teaching.

        • Wax

          How so…you are an agitator.

    • Virginia1620

      If your question is serious, Nancy, let me say that I believe Glenn thinks that he is a flawed human who is using every opportunity to live out and deliver an
      important message to a deeply troubled world inhabited by morally lost and very apprehensive people. Bottom line he believes – as do I – that theScripture is the only guide and our hope will be manifest as we individually align our lives with the principles contained therein.

  • Trish Martin

    Thank you, Glenn! My only wish was that my daughter could have been there to see it. It is her sincere wish to meet you someday, and she’ll be a Liberty student next year. I hope you return.

    • Anonymous

      I hope she’s not interested in the science field. Liberty teaches falsehoods in that area.

  • Anonymous

    I think that Joel Osteen would have inspired those graduates a lot more. But that’s only my opinion.

    • cliff

      Joel Osteen? Mr. Feel Good? He only inspires people to feel good. Glenn Beck is trying to inspire to action. He’s profoundly wrong about many spiritual things, but he’s not wrong about the danger we’re in and Joel Osteen can’t inspire courage to face the coming bad times.

      I believe Glenn Beck is being used by God, even though he doesn’t understand God. God asks for obedience and Glenn Beck obeys, that’s why he was chosen rather than those who understand God better or who have more background. God chooses the person that is clearly not capable. Why? To show His power. Why did God choose St. Peter? Beck’s not in the same league, but it’s the same reason. Nobody believed that St. Peter was capable of heading the Church, particularly St. Peter, so it had to be the power of God.

      If it had been Joel Osteen, everyone would have thought it was his talent, message, etc. Choosing Glenn Beck shows it’s God alone, not the weak, ignorant, broken vessel.

      • Wax

        Cliff you’re awfully judgmental of Glenn Beck, judge not lest ye be judged. You have NO idea the relationship that Glenn has with God and HIS son Jesus Christ. And from what I heard he has a wonderful relationship with God…He talks of hope, love and charity. That appears to be a problem for you.

        • Anonymous

          “judge not lest ye be judged.”

          Is there any other scripture you would like to take out of context today?

          • Wax

            Before you accuse me of having a mote in my eye, remove the beam that is in your own eye.

            Nothing taken out of context at all…you’re throwing around accusations with no back up. Sorry brother!

        • cliff

          Huh? Come on! I just said that his understanding is profoundly different from mine and that God chooses the person that shows it is God and not the person that is responsible for what happens. I’m not judging Glenn Beck. He said it about himself. Maybe you need to listen to the speech.

      • Anonymous

        You people who go around making claims about GOD’s thoughts and motivations are full of hogwash. How arrogant to claim you know the mind of GOD.

        • cliff

          Interesting comment. So, I guess there’s no point in even trying to understand God.

    • Anonymous

      Joel and Glenn are both nothing more than simple motivational speakers.

  • R-WOOD

    Did you get your Thirty Pieces of Silver.?

  • A_Government_of_Traitors

    Glen Beck, you are just another shill for the CFR globalists. You are a fraud that deserves life in prison right along side harry reid, obama, holder, boehner, mccain and co. Every day you expose yourself more and more for the fraud you are.

    I suppose you are now going to say that you helped al gore invent the Internet. Well, here’s news for you, you stooge. Gore didn’t invent the Internet, but he did invent global warming.

    And you prove yourself to be just another MSM mouthpiece with your false and twisted reporting of Clive Bundy.

    • Wax

      What are you talking about. How do you claim Glenn is a fraud, you can’t see in his heart especially with the bitterness you have towards him. Glenn Beck doesn’t create laws that infringe upon you or your freedom and liberty…Obama and the others you mentioned do. Get a grip.

      • Anonymous

        Andrew Breitbart called Beck a fraud and worse.

    • cliff

      Really? Cliven (not Clive) Bundy is not the hero that some think he is. He is taking a stand against the massive overreach of the government, and for that he deserves to be commended. However, he’s lost in court and the correct thing would be to pay his fees. On the other hand, Cliven is the only rancher left after the Federal Government has driven all others out, so we have to wonder about that – real hard. On the other hand, Cliven is not a careful speaker, so now what he said can be interpreted as racist. It wasn’t but what was that about cotton? Bad choice of words? Maybe.

      So, don’t make Cliven Bundy into a hero. He’s just a rancher that the Government came down on with 200+ armed Federal officers like a ton of bricks. He’s a focal point for Harry Reid and his Son’s land grab.

      There are no good people in this story.

  • Wax

    Glenn Beck whether you agree with his religious beliefs or not, has the guts to put it on the line for his beliefs. I love him for it.

    • Anonymous

      Guts? The coward is using it to hide behind as his little empire begins to crumble. Stay tuned. The deck chairs on the SS Glenn Beck are sliding.

      • Wax

        no one is listening to you…run away.

        • Anonymous

          Beck’s audience has deserted him in droves, judging by all the negative comments against him on FB and on The Blaze.

  • R-WOOD
    • cliff

      Wow. Thanks for posting this. He believes exactly the same way I do. He pointed out that the families were torn apart in slavery, and Bundy’s bad choice of words, but the underlying truth of Bundy’s words is undeniable. Bundy was basically saying that the Federal Government policy is destroying the black family. I just wish he’d be more careful about how he says things, maybe use better English and be more sensitive to how his words can be interpreted.

      • Wax

        The slave owners are not southern white people, they are politicians and black leaders. The black people are still in chains, have the worst poverty, drug use, abortions, gang violence, deaths, unemployment, welfare, food stamps and illegitimacy then any other group of people in our society…they have been lied too deceived by their own leaders…

  • Les Moses

    While I may disagree with Glenn on the Mormon faith, his message was spot on. Thank you Glenn , for being a man of faith. If our young people do not stand up for Christ, all is lost.

    • Anonymous

      All is lost? What’s lost at Liberty University is sanity and reason. They teach Creationism there, not real science. That fake college damages young minds with their silly nonsense.

  • ManaMoffa

    What is this Mormon doing at Liberty?

    • cliff

      Maybe all the Christians are too afraid to say what needs to be said? Even though he’s profoundly wrong about Mormonism being Christian, God can use only courageous people.

      • Wax

        You are so wrong. I would say he knows more about God then you ever will. The Mormon Church is actually called “The Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints…it bears the name of our Savior who they love…what is the name of your sect?

        • Anonymous

          “You sound like a bigot and definitely not Christ like.”

          Didn’t you just type the above line a few comments back?

          • Wax

            Your not the final word…thank Jesus for that.

    • Wax

      You sound like a bigot and definitely not Christ like.

      • Anonymous

        Christ actually would have asked the same thing.

        • Wax

          No he wouldn’t he loves all of his children.

  • ManaMoffa

    Glenn is a liar and a turn coat ,

    • Anonymous

      Lame comment….

    • Wax

      How so?

    • Anonymous

      How can you people ignore the fact that he has a defamation lawsuit filed against him? Don’t you people remember and learn anything? You’re delusional. Glenn Beck is no prophet or spiritual leader. Good people don’t do evil things. And once again Wax will show spouting off something insipid and predictable like “get back to HuffPo.” Watch for it.

      • Wax

        You need to go back the huffington post where you belong.

  • Jonathan Mole

    For all you who posted comments of hate or against this man, why are you on this website? You don’t have anything better to do than to post comments on a website?

    • Anonymous

      Someone has to get the truth out. It’s not hatred to tell the truth and be honest. Exposing bad people who try to use religion as a cover is a good thing to do. And now watch Wax show up and make a dishonest comment like “more defamation of character assaults” or some similar false assertion.

      • Wax

        more defamation of character assaults.

        • Anonymous

          Nonsense. Your comments are dishonest and false. The truth is, Beck made false accusations.

  • Wax

    Glenn Beck is willing to put his love of Christ over everything else, and that to me tells me that he is a man of faith and truth! I am interested in what he has to say.

    • Anonymous

      Then tell us about how the defamation lawsuit against him makes you feel about Beck.

      • Wax

        You must be a radical muslim, you see, in our country you are innocent until proven guilty…this is not islam. And if you want to talk about defamation of character look in the mirror.

        • Anonymous

          I was a Reagan conservative while Glenn Beck was running around with a greasy ponytail flapping in the breeze behind his booze soaked head. Glenn Beck is not innocent. His accusations are false and everyone knows it by now.

      • guest

        Will you stop being so desperate and negative.
        Your comments are annoying,
        May G_d bless Beck

  • Anonymous


  • Tinuviel

    I have liked and respected him for years. It is not judgemental to say that he believes differently than most christians/catholics. Jesus Christ is God. The mormons do not believe this. Jesus is just one of many gods, men who become God following the rules of the mormon of the Mormon church. Christians believe in one god, period.


      You have absolutely no understanding of the Mormon faith. You know nothing about its history, doctrinal foundation, community outreach, humanitarian assistance and over all drive to bring joy and happiness to the world. You know nothing but shallow insults and a drive to tear down those who bring hope and joy to the world. I believe our Savior was one to lift people up, NOT tear them down as Satan is so inclined to do. I have known many LDS members. I was raised in the bible belt where I heard nothing but blatant discrimination and hatred toward those of the LDS faith. I have never heard nor found a Mormon that would speak ill of another religion. “By their fruits, ye shall know them.” I think there are very few “Christians” alive today. And, by the likes of your comments to tear down a good people, you my friend are not “Christian.” Please forgive me for being rash, but discriminatory, unfounded comments with a desire to tear people down are not Christ like, hence “Christian,” and should be done away with.

      • Anonymous

        You can’t handle the truth so you attack the messenger with lies. Shame on you.

      • The Blue Tail Gadfly

        Re: ” I have never heard nor found a Mormon that would speak ill of another religion.”

        Perhaps you never heard of Joseph Smith, the first Mormon?

        Joseph Smith History 1:18-20

        18 My object in going to inquire of the Lord was to know which of all the sects was right, that I might know which to join. No sooner, therefore, did I get possession of myself, so as to be able to speak, than I asked the Personages who stood above me in the light, which of all the sects was right (for at this time it had never entered into my heart that all were wrong)—and which I should join.

        19 I was answered that I must join none of them, for they were all wrong; and the Personage who addressed me said that all their creeds were an abomination in his sight; that those professors were all corrupt; that: “they draw near to me with their lips, but their hearts are far from me, they teach for doctrines the commandments of men, having a form of godliness, but they deny the power thereof.”

        20 He again forbade me to join with any of them; and many other things did he say unto me, which I cannot write at this time. When I came to myself again, I found myself lying on my back, looking up into heaven. When the light had departed, I had no strength; but soon recovering in some degree, I went home. And as I leaned up to the fireplace, mother inquired what the matter was. I replied, “Never mind, all is well—I am well enough off.” I then said to my mother, “I have learned for myself that Presbyterianism is not true.”

  • Anonymous

    Why in the world would Liberty University invite a Mormon to speak?

    • Anonymous

      For the same reason they promote silly nonsense like Creationism. They’re a collection of delusional, dishonest, ignorant people.

    • Wax

      They must like him its the second time they invited him to speak silly!

  • Patriotickev

    We must remember Glenn is just a man. He is a good man, who has been teaching all of us great things. It doesn’t matter what his religion is or if he believes in the Trinity. What matters to me is his leadership in the truth, helping us to prepare our own soles. Our country and the world is turning upside down. The question is, are you ready?

    • Anonymous

      Good men don’t make false accusations against innocent young people and cause their lives to be threatened. Beck is an irresponsible hack.

  • a messenger fo His Highest

    Jesus loves Glenn this I know cause the Bible tells me so. The only way to the Father is through the Son. Glenn will be in Heaven with our Lord & Savior–Will You? God sees Glenn’s heart Why don’t you pray for him–isn’t that what Jesus tells us to do? The Lord is working through Glenn in a miraculous way. How is he using you?

    • Anonymous

      Yet the evidence is not there to support your assertion.

      • Wax

        The evidence is pasted all over this board of the hate you have in your heart. And that you are guided by a spirit but unfortunately its by an evil spirit. Glenn Beck is a good man and is doing a great thing for our country. He’s exposing people like you who hate our country and and want to destroy it.

        • Anonymous

          You are a liar who spews dishonest falsehoods. No wonder you adore Glenn Beck, who does the exact same thing.

  • R-WOOD

    KEEP reaching for those ‘EYE CONs’ and “EAR CONs’
    and CAPSTONE CON–JOBs generally.

    KEEP a GOIN’! – – – ——-GIT!

  • suz

    glenn talks about opening a bible. my brother gave me (not the torah which consists of 24 books) but a red leather king james bible (old and new testament) with my name engraved on it and i still have it today. i will always own it. it’s quite marked up from decades ago. i cherish it but i gotta say haven’t read it recently.


    BECK is now fully unmasked as just another operative
    spinning the ARMINIAN HERESY tent show trips
    on behalf of the CFR Globalist MAFIA agenda.

    His ‘Happening on the MALL’ is years behind us
    and LOOK where we ARE!

    Like the ad nauseum promoted ‘HOPE—‘RA’!’
    ————————-WHERE are the fruits of his ministrry?

    WHAT’s been turned around?

    WHAT’s NOT gotten worse? –much worse?

    BTW —BILLY GRAHAM is also an ARMINIAN heretic
    and, so we hear, even connected with some kind of memorial
    to MASON turned ARMINIAN ‘Christian’ Charles G. Finney,
    the man who burned over the burnt over district (1840s).

    ‘MAY–SIN’ Joseph Smith also hailed from the ‘burnt over district’.

    SO did the Rockefellers.

    Every last one of these media ‘eye cons’ and ‘punned ITs’
    are working the ARMINIAN HERESY enmeshment ops.



    CLOSE with your REAL neighbors!

    AGAIN, always BEWARE the enmeshment ops and
    inclusion fantasies served up by TAVISTOCK mind control ‘medea’.

    STEER CLEAR the ‘princes of the air’ and ‘friendly spirits’
    of our electronic, as it happens, necromantic era.

    CLEAN OUT your churches —START your own social
    clubs and coffee clubs.

    GET OUT of the franchise slum set ups.




    NO! –these are the times
    —————of the Globalist MAFIA —-RED CHINA handover
    ———POST American takedown op.

    “They were SILENT
    —————-they were part of it!
    ——————————they did NOTHING!”

    ————everything from human trafficking
    ——————–to child labor
    ————————-genocidal land clearance
    ——————————work houses
    ———————————-prison factories
    ——————————————and defacto SLAVERY
    ———————————————-stand FULLY resurrected!

    COUNT the CHEM-trails overhead,
    ————the CCTVs and weaponized CELL–phone towers
    ——————-ALLLL around you!

    GOOP will NOT WASH in this, the 11th hour!


    • Anonymous

      You’re delusional.

  • Anonymous

    Strange how Christian Fundamentalists call lying a sin and yet they have someone who has a defamation lawsuit filed against them for spreading falsehoods deliver the keynote address at their “school.”

    • Wax

      Time for you to head back to your own country…somewhere in the middle east.

      • Anonymous

        My country is the USA Wax. Time for you to head to reality and truth and away from Glenn Beck.

  • Ron Schinners

    In defense of Glen Beck I have listened t o Glen Beck for several years now. I happen to be a Roman Catholic. I am a believer in and follower of Jesus Christ, At one time I was told their are many ways to the Lord.You have to use one of those roads.My belief is on Roman Catholic teachings and the Bible.Some of the things the the Catholic Church has done have not been honorable yet I happened to be a member of this faith.
    Glen Beck has taken one of those roads to the Lord through the Mormon Faith and that is a good thing.Listening to his speeches is a learning experience for all believers.Glen Beck is not a liar or a fraud he is a honorable human being who speak the truth.
    A lot people stood behind Clive Bundy.I myself though he was an OK guy.Then
    the people with guns and advocating violence showed up.

    Then the uncalled racist commons came and I like others felt duped by this ignorant Clive Bundy.

    • Anonymous

      Glenn Beck has a defamation lawsuit against him for spreading falsehoods that endangered a young man’s life. You seem to be forgetting that.

    • Wax

      Ron Schinners…This is the best comment I’ve seen yet. You are a good man who recognizes sincerity and ones personal love of God and expressed in such a civil manner…Thanks!

  • Dennis Plasse

    Sorry, old friend, but the truth for me, is your not going the distance, you quit at the line of freedom, I must go to the end. America is my home, GOD IS MY KING, LIBERTY FOR ALL, THE TRUTH I BELIEVE IN THE CONSTITUTION, BILL OF RIGHT,

  • Anonymous

    Here’s the thing: I’m not sure how one can, consistently with the Bible, also believe in the tenets of Mormonism, given the doctrinal differences between the two. However, I am glad that Beck spoke at Liberty, and most of what he said was worth listening to from a political perspective.
    To those who chastise him as being imperfect and claim that because he has done things that are wrong, he shouldn’t speak – that’s just ridiculous. No one is perfect – nobody. Following that logic, no one should speak at all about spiritual things or political things or (I guess) pretty much anything else.
    If perfection is the threshold, no one would speak. You have to evaluate the message according to the Bible, and you have the right to examine someone’s life to see if they live according to the standards that they promote, but to discredit or disqualify someone because they made mistakes in the past (or – heck, even in the present) is foolish.
    On the parts of his speech that referred to matters of faith, there is some good stuff in there. Not everything that he said is Biblically accurate, and I would suggest that if they consider inviting him back, they should think seriously about what he believes before doing so, but this is a place that invited Oliver North to speak at my graduation back in 1988. It’s a university – it’s not a church.

  • Robin Rosenblatt

    How do you allow this? How does anyone allow this? I know it is wrong, why don’t you know it is wrong?–yw

    Support the Israel Longhorn Project help put a stop to it.

    The Israel Longhorn Project, Robin Rosenblatt, ex Israel Soldier and past Anti Terrorist Agent
    Director – The Longhorn Project; Nonprofit 501(c) 3 #74-3177354; Tel: 650.631.9270 / 03.722.6108; Address: 815 Hill Street, # 5; Belmont, CA 94002;

    Israel and I need your help with this!

  • Robin Rosenblatt

    “It’s Time to Stand Up for Israel”
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    Texas Longhorn cattle fit and thrive in desert environments. This is an educational, cattle-crossbreeding and research project that is helping Israel, Jordan and East Africa.

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    Problems in Israel Beef Cattle industry

    1. Their European cattle are failing to thrive in Israel’s desert environment.

    2. Poor disease resistance, genetic diseases and high losses due to predators.

    3. Soaring feed costs, as they do not eat shrubs,tree leaves, or cactus.

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    To solve these problems and others we are creating a self-sustainable herd of Texas Longhorn cattle.

    To do this we need your donations of $18, $36, $100, $1000, $5,000, $10,000 and $50,000 to reach our goal of $375,000 to start the project. (We can start with less if we have to)

    Later we will need the rest of the funds to a total of $575,000. That, remaining
    $200,000 will be needed throughout the years 2 to 5. The project is setup to be
    self-supporting by the 5th year. If necessary we can start with less. But, I would rather not if it is possible.

    We will be using 22nd century cattle handle methods called, Stockmanship and ecological grazing techniques called Strategic Grazing. Both will be taught to Israeli, East Africa and Jordanian Ranchers. See below…

    Stockmanship or a Method of Creating Happy Cows or Cattle

    A method of moving cattle without stress, it is a method that uses the cow or herd’s body space. Just like in people when someone gets to close to you, you move away from the pressure. Cattle do the very same thing. We use pressure and release with the cattle simple by moving into their personal space and then releasing the pressure by moving out. This causes then to yield to the pressure and move off in the direction we asked for. This can be use for any kind of herd animal. Once the pressure is released the animal feels relief and stays in the pasture section where you placed them, until you move them again. Animals demonstrate a positive and pleasurable
    response to this method of movement, “Stockmanship”.

    This method of animal handling also improves meat quality, increasing tenderness,
    increasing meat quantity. It decreases disease and meat deformity and discoloring. There are fewer dark cutters therefore, 30% more kosher cattle.

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    A rotating method of grazing using every part of your pasture, one section at a time allowing grass and plant life to restore itself.

    Dividing your pasture into equal parts and graze your herd in each area separately before moving on to the next. Resting grazed areas for days, weeks or even months, restores plant life. This can be done with electric fencing or even better with “Stockmanship”.

    This project is self-sustainable and will support its self in 5 years.

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    Nonprofit 501(c) 3#74-3177354
    Tel: 650.631.9270 / 03.722.6108
    Address: 815 Hill Street, # 5
    Belmont, CA 94002

    We are creating a self-sustainable herd of 300 head of pure breed Texas Longhorns.

    The few slaughtering of the Texas Longhorn will be done humanely or else! Our cattle will be stunned unconscious before being killed and no other cow will see or hear or smell this before it happens.

  • Anonymous

    People need to stops with the religious litmus test BS.
    The only litmus test we should have is “Do you believe in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.” If you do, then I will stand beside you.
    We can argue about which denomination got Jesus right on the way up to Heaven.

    • Anonymous

      It certainly wasn’t Joesph Smith.

      • Anonymous

        So if someone believes in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights and is a Buddhist or some other religion , you wont stand beside them against Govt tyranny?

  • Jefferson Hale

    Wow ! You folks are making this waaaay too hard. Jesus said we must become as a child to enter the kingdom. Surely no child could navigate what you folks are laying down . . .
    1. There are many gods, but there is only one Jesus Christ of Nazareth. The same Jesus who your church recognizes is the same Jesus at _______’s (fill in any name) church.
    2. One of the first things taught in Evangelism 101 is “This is the record, that God has given eternal life. And this life is in His Son. He who has the Son, has life. And he who does not have the Son of God has not life.”
    You can discuss and debate doctrine until the cows come home. But God never intended for it to be that hard. It is easier to enter into heaven than it is to become a member of many churches.
    I always feel a bit uneasy when I see ANY honorable man disparaged. If you don’t believe that God is watching, then what are you telling everyone about your faith ? Unless I KNOW that I am better than another man, I am a fool if I criticize him. And I can never know that, because I “looketh upon the outward countenance, but God looketh upon the heart.”
    Beck has never professed perfection. In fact he is oh so imperfect. He makes abundantly more decisions than any of us here. So all people who aspire to honesty recognize, and admit his high (VERY) vulnerability. And what he did here, not one person offering comments here would do. He stood before over 10,000 and boldly proclaimed Christ, and His eternal story — the Bible. My largest audience to date is perhaps 150.
    Glenn Beck makes an easy target. And that is why the less-than-courageous target him. At least he is trying. Instead of criticizing Beck, I am going to work to understand why millions of people have great affection for him.
    Whomever wishes to be wise would be loathe to persecute ANYONE who boldly shares the glorious name of Jesus Christ with a lost and dying world. Some day every person will stand before God (Hebrews 9:27) to give a full accounting, and Jesus will be our ONLY advocate. No one should wish to have to explain why they “touched one of God’s anointed”.

    • Anonymous

      Nonsense. Beck gets the criticism he earned and deserves by his own actions.

  • Anonymous

    Glenn, as long as you’re reading this, why haven’t you released a comment on the defamation lawsuit yet?

  • Anonymous

    Glenn, since you seem to be here reading these comments, let’s play a little game. Suppose I’m David Gregory and you’re you’re you, sitting at my Meet the Press desk taping a segment from my Sunday AM show. Now, I ask you if you’re surprised someone finally took some legal action for your irresponsible statements. What’s your answer (write it below.)

  • Anonymous

    Why comes you keep deleting my Jesus discussion Glenneth?

  • Kathy Nelson

    This is an Interview with Glenn Beck:

    Glenn Beck points to the people of the Left (points left).

    Glenn Beck points to the people of the Right (points right).

    Glen Beck says they should all come back to God (points to himself).

  • Matthew Ozburn

    Honestly, the only reason all you people are complaining about Glenn and saying that He’s not a Christian is because you got convicted because you aren’t reading the scriptures enough like he talked about. The only reason you are trying to tear him down is because you all know good and well that he is speaking the truth. And when you hear the truth and you know that it’s the truth, you want to try to make him seem “wrong” just because you don’t agree with his religious views. The truth is the truth no matter who says it. You all need to grow up and if you’re feeling convicted then do something about it. Don’t tear everyone else down because you don’t want to be wrong.


    “The ‘repentance’ more damning than SIN—”
    Puritan sermon

    BEWARE the ‘workings; of ‘MAY SIN –Re’
    and its chief instruments —Rockefeller ECK–YOU–MEN–ICK–CULL–ism’
    and the deadly, deadly, deadly ARMINIAN HERESY.


    “—–IF all these TAX FREE foundations are doing
    so much GOOD work —WHY has NOTHING?
    ———————————————gotten ANY better????”
    ‘Bladerunner’ actress
    RED ICE Radio

    Likewise the ‘fave’ masks of every MAFIA
    ——————————‘CHAIR–ITTY’ and ‘BENNIE violence’.


    “BEWARE the victims MOST of ALLL.”

    Forget the messengers!

    GRAB the MESSAGE! —-in this, the 11th hour. . .




    John ‘STEW ART’ MILL —-IT! —-HE!

    ————“HU’ meaning the serpent or demon in olde english.

    ———-MILL, of course, the ‘in dust–re–ALL’ op.

    ——————–‘ITTY’? —-Plato and Pythagorus MADE you an IT.

    “Remember, ALLLL science is nothing but
    a [ numbers based ] technique of the imagination
    ———————-employed to resurrect
    ——————————————-a DESIRED mythological system.”
    Oxfrod PHD researcher/ scholar/ writer
    ‘BABYLON’s BANKSTERS’ interview
    Informed Radio

    NUMB–‘UR’s worship RULES.

    “UR’ was the land of BABYLON.

    NUMB —–is what we are!



    AGAIN, the human heart is desperately wicked.

    EMPATHY OPS are the very head of the ‘SIR—pent’.



  • R-WOOD
  • Rolando Castaneda

    Someone asked me a question on going back to the foundation of liberty in America and how it was based on going back to scripture. My answer is as follows: There was once a man named Paul who spoke these words. “Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.” Jesus spoke before that Whom the son of man has set free is free indeed. Going back to Scripture IS NOT enough. The Scriptures point the way to the HOLY Spirit. Jesus spoke that after it comes upon you, you shall receive power. People are denying the one thing that gives true freedom. The HOLY GHOST with people speaking in tongues as the evidence! EVERYONE who gets the HOLY GHOST speaks in tongues and is given mind blowing liberty! The devil knows that if people can manifest the Holy Ghost that he will have NO dominion. That’s why he is working so hard to destroy all people by stripping them of the only defense and attack power that can stop him. Politics, science, and even religion, nor groups, or cliques have it. Drugs can’t quench your thirst, Laws can’t keep the peace. Programs cannot rehabilitate what this Holy Ghost can do. Let him have control in your life. Pray! Yes read his word, but do not leave the rest undone.

    • Anonymous

      There’s no evidence to support that. Believing in myths about the supernatural is a waste of time. It’s not a solution.

  • Anonymous

    ————————-and EMPATHY op

    ————————————–RED ALERT!————————————

    those addicted to media ‘EYE CONS’ might better spend their time
    closing with those around them, or starting local social clubs
    and coffee clubs —AWAY from the franchise slums –the CCTVs
    —-the wretched pop music —and away from the mind control HD TV screens.




  • Christopher Ayala Menchaca

    I’m a Christian, Glen is not a Christian! At this point Glen is a traitor to the American people! I use to listen to Glen all the time, not anymore! Glen how much money did you make on this deal to lie to the America people? What a shame and a sham! America, don’t listen to this guy! May God have mercy on your soul Glen!

    • R-WOOD

      Glen is a traitor to the American, But if he is a Christian or not is in God’s hands.

    • Wax

      If Glenn isn’t a Christian why does he profess his love for Jesus Christ daily? If he’s a liar then that would make you a liar too. Furthermore you have no idea if he made money or not but you make these outlandish accusations…how Christ like of you. And if he did make money he may have donated every cent of it to charity…How much money do evangelistic ministers make on the word of God…hmmm, Jimmy Swaggart, Tamme Faye Baker and Jim Baker…and so many others have profited hugely off the name of God.

      And for the record, when Christ said the he and the Father are one, he means they are one in purpose, they are separate beings…man was created in Gods own image and he meant it.

  • Rosa Brand

    I was truly moved by this speech. The funny thing is that I am an Atheist. I loved how you spoke from the heart, Glenn. You live what you believe, which is a far cry from other so-called Christians I’ve known. Maybe if people stopped arguing semantics, like a bunch of Pharisees and Sadducees, more people would get the real message you offered–Be an agent for good, stand proud as a person of worth, and know that good things come to those who aren’t afraid of hard work and intellectual challenges.

    • R-WOOD

      Wow ! fooling an Atheist, like that is a great accomplishment ?

      • Rosa Brand

        Thank you for proving my point so eloquently.

  • R-WOOD
  • God Is My Judge

    To those who have ears, let them hear. To those who have eyes, let them see. Do not worry about the speck in your brother’s eye, when there is a log in your own. When are we going to get it, people. Based on what little is written here, I see the flawed mindset of the world in most of these posts. Yet,

  • God Is My Judge

    To those who have ears, let them hear. To those who have eyes, let them see. Do not worry about the speck in your brother’s eye, when there is a log in your own. When are we going to get it people? Based on what little is written here, I see the flawed mindset in most of these posts. Yet, I still believe most of you are my brothers and sisters – and I am glad for that. As Glenn stated in his speech and does so often, when are we going to look to the creator and not the creation for our well-being? He admits that he is a flawed man and most of what I hear him say and see him do points to Christ. I cannot say the same about many of these posts. The one written by the one who calls herself an atheist is one of the most sincere and respectable posts I have seen. It reminds me of the parables Jesus shared about the differences between those who thought themselves to be the greatest and those who didn’t feel worthy. She reminds me of the tax collector. Jesus said it was that person that was in the right. It was the same reason that us gentiles were grafted in. He saw that we were more devout followers than some of His chosen people. A kingdom divided against itself cannot stand. We who are on the side of Christ should act like it and do as He commanded – to love one another, that the world would know we are His. If we pick at each others differences, how do we expect others to want to get on board? I was led to Christ by a man who I found out later was a homosexual. The guy never made advances to myself or my friend who also got saved, and showed all the signs of love and peace, with no compromise. Did I question my salvation experience after that, thinking because a sinful man was the messenger, I was no longer saved? Of course not. God uses the flawed to deliver His message. If we sincerely want to be useful for God, we need to realize that the battle is not with one another or the Barrack Obamas or Nancy Pelosis of this world but against an enemy, who at this point seems to be doing quite well. So let’s tolerate one another as we should in love and let God sort out our differences, while we claim victory as undeserved, wretched humans who will one day inhabit a most splendid existence and fight the enemy with the sword of truth TOGETHER.

  • George Allegro

    As Elie Halevy pointed out, those who preach from collectivism’s altar claim that liberty is magically compatible with central planning.

  • God Is My Judge

    Thanks George for making me research the philosopher whose quote you quipped. Paradoxically, his point seems fitting for societal and government models, yet contradictory to our roles as God’s subjects/children. This seems to further prove the polarity that exists between the ways of the world and the ways of God.

  • Anonymous


  • Christopher Ayala Menchaca

    What’s a matter Glen, why did you delete my post for? The truth hurts don’t it, stop being a traitor to the American people.


    STAND BACK from the CFR front ops.

    STEP AROUND the franchise slum –given– leaders
    and ‘EYE CONS’.

    In this 11th hour of Globalist MAFIA —RED CHINA handover,
    ——–‘entertaining yourself’ with ‘punned its’
    —————is the ABSOLUTELY LAST thing
    —————————-we should be doing.

    And the evidence is now overwhelming!
    ———————————————BECK’S ‘on board’. . .

  • Virginia1620

    What a power-filled anointed message! Many comments posted before mine bring Glenn’s denomination/beliefs into question. To them I say, “Is it not obvious that division and pious attitudes lead to judgment?” And, “Do we not need/desire miracles?”

    Truth is Truth – no matter what your opinion of the messenger. Please, re-listen to
    the message with ears of humility; as a human being that desires the leading of
    the Holy Spirit in all that we do…. and allow Glenn’s message to bring us into a deeper/closer relationship with God, ourselves, and others.

    Mark 12:30-31 And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind, and with all thy strength: this is the first commandment. And the second is like, namely this, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. There is none other commandment greater than these.

  • Anonymous

    Glenn Beck is the Pat Robertson of pundits.

  • Michael Noel

    The Sadducees and the pharisees also had great debate over the righteousness of mankind.

    In the long run they were found unworthy to Judge.

    I believe there are others who could learn the lesson they illustrated in the parables..

    As to religion today,,,,

    Its in the book,,,,

    Ephesians 2:8-9New International Version (NIV)

    8 For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God— 9 not by works, so that no one can boast.

    So if it is by Grace,,,or in the Greek unmerited favor,,, then how can my fellow man reward me with salvation at any level.

    Grace is unmerited.


    John 14:6

    Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.

    Oh and one more thing

    Here is my purple triangle

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