Two days ago, I said this… “I believe we’ll see it this week. I am warning you it’s about to spike, and the mindless ferocity of it will surprise you.” Well, here it is: persecution and mindless ferocity.
In a progressive meltdown, Comedian Jim Carrey called President Donald Trump a cancer. The he said that Republicans are rapists. Then he ended by blasting Christians. He said, “the Christian right has never been about morality, it’s been about holding on to power and using morality to do so.”
Are these just the words of a Liar, Liar, who is behaving Dumb and Dumber? The danger is not simply the hatred in Jim Carrey, it’s what he is calling for.
He said Republicans should be removed from office: “These people have to be removed from our system because they’re bad for us.” He is not talking about elections…he is talking armed revolution. And he holds equal hatred and blame for Christians. If he has his way, we too would be purged.
But you say, Jim Carrey has no power to do that! No but something else happened that does have the power. Consider:
Millions of people of a certain faith have just been condemned and threatened. What was the reaction? Was Jim Carrey fired like Rosanne Barr? Imagine what would happen to anyone in Hollywood said, “Islam was never about morality, it’s been about holding on to power and using morality.”
This is not just a double standard, it is a nation that is slowly convincing itself to remove the rights of Christians. Where is the outrage? Calling a duly elected President a cancer and all Republicans rapists is bad enough. But where is the voice of a fair-minded liberal rising up to condemn religious bigotry? You hear crickets because of their tacit approval.
They believe the Bill of Rights must be tractored under for their Socialist Nirvana to arrive. Christianity stands in the way.
Jim Carrey is the court jester spouting the company line, getting laughs from the king, and the people in the great hall. Today’s fallacious and incendiary remarks test the wind. The silence tells us what an ill wind it is.
Day in and day out I obey the Spirit of God. Even when I beg for this mantle to given to someone else—the Lord intensifies the burden—the requirement to prophesy—and I write yet again. Do not turn my words away!
Three days ago, the Lord told me this would come. I know that many Christians don’t want to hear what I have to say. But that does not change reality. It came just as the Lord told me. Get over your fear and receive from the Lord those things we must do now to protect our loved ones.
Something Paul the Apostle did not do often was resist arrest or protest imprisonment. But in Acts 16 he did—and for a very good reason.
Paul and Silas are arrested. At midnight they sing praises and an earthquake destroys the prison and all chains are broken and on one is injured.
The stunned magistrates release Paul and Silas the next morning. Now they’re in for a greater shock: But Paul took a stand. He took a stand even though he was free to go. Look at the verses:
Acts 16: 35 And when it was day, the magistrates sent the officers, saying, “Let those men go.”
36 So the keeper of the prison reported these words to Paul, saying, “The magistrates have sent to let you go. Now therefore depart, and go in peace.”
37 But Paul said to them, “They have beaten us openly, uncondemned Romans, and have thrown us into prison. And now do they put us out secretly? No indeed! Let them come themselves and get us out.”
38 And the officers told these words to the magistrates, and they were afraid when they heard that they were Romans. 39 Then they came and pleaded with them and brought them out, and asked them to depart from the city. 40 So they went out of the prison and entered the house of Lydia; and when they had seen the brethren, they encouraged them and departed.
Why didn’t Paul leave? Why did he enforce his civil rights as a Roman. Because the church in Philippi was in its infancy and Paul saw the tyranny of the city officials. If Paul had left, he would indeed look loving. But he would have left the church unprotected then and in the future. That is what so many pastors are doing now. By refusing to take a stand against the insane threats against the Body of Christ, they are saving their own skin, but abandoning the church.
Paul used Roman Law on the magistrates. It brought fear on them. That fear not only made then back off of Paul, more importantly, it made them back off of the church, and the church’s future.
It is not about what Jim Carrey said today. It is about what will happen to your children and grandchildren if we do not answer his words by using our American rights to lawfully stop the persecution of our faith.
Many preachers today are taking the easy way out and avoiding confrontation. They won’t stand with Trump even though he is battling for religious freedom. Tyranny is here just like the Lord told me. Obey His voice and take a stand.