We now know the 501c3 government pastors next move. In fact, this is actually a very easy prophetic event to see before it comes to fruition thanks to the fact all the apostate pastors have done exactly as the Bible said they would at every step. They have joined their ministries and churches with the State they reside in making them an exact duplicate of the Roman Catholic beast which has the original Church & State structure prophecy speaks of when declaring it to be the woman on a beast; because the only way to get the 501c3 is to join your church or ministry with the State. Continue reading
Please check out this pdf file that I just now placed on my server from the IRS website. Reason it’s on my server from this day forward is because of what happened last Sabbath in the middle of the night as we all slept. The US government passed the tax reform laws that also removed a portion of the 501c3 many pastors will now deny ever existed in the coming years. This is why I will keep it online as long as possible.
Notice what it says on page 4 of this IRS instruction manual all pastors must read before signing unto the long prophesied 501c3. Now I am not going to read all of it, but I do think most should. Truth is, this is something all of us already knew. That in mind, it does say that the holder of the 501c3 can jeopardize their tax free status by committing certain acts listed in that manual. To give you an idea, it does says the pastors must not influence legislation or intervene in any political campaign whatsoever, and if you read on in the following pages they go into great detail how the pastors cannot say thing one about any political candidate or law, past, present or future to their congregation. Continue reading
Hillary Clinton’s pastor compared her defeat to President Trump in the 2016 election to Jesus Christ’s death.
He also said “life is filled with a lot of Fridays” and Good Friday “represented the day that everything fell apart.”
“Today, you are experience a Friday. Your Friday is what happened in the last few weeks and last night in the tragic loss. But Sunday is coming!” he continued. Continue reading
Evangelical supporters of President Donald Trump on Monday requested a meeting with Pope Francis over a recent critical article in a Vatican-vetted journal.
Johnnie Moore, a leader of Trump’s evangelical advisory board and a spokesman for some of its members, said he sent the request to Rome in response to an article published last month that accused some American Catholics of building an alliance of “hate” with evangelicals who backed the president. Continue reading
(RNS) The National Council of Churches and several other Christian organizations have released a statement expressing “grave concerns” with President-elect Donald Trump’s policies and picks to lead his Cabinet and other departments.
“We urge President-Elect Donald Trump, who has said he shares our Christian faith, to take seriously his responsibility to bring our nation together and to heed the oath he will take to preserve, protect and defend America,” read the statement, released Friday (Jan. 6).
“He can start this work before the oath of office is taken with his policy agenda and political appointments.” Continue reading
Instead of peacefully providing a safe haven for observances of faith, places of worship in the U.S. are beginning to prepare for the worst amid the recent events in the War on Terror, experts told Hollie McKay of Fox News.
Two men operating for ISIS killed a Normandy, France, priest, slitting his throat in open church in late July, signaling places of worship as potential targets for terror in the U.S. and abroad.
On June 3, 2016 Pope Francis addressed the judges and magistrates of the Vatican, insisting that the Church has a duty to intervene in political issues that cause “open wounds and dramatic suffering.” Citing the current model of the criminal justice system, he decried the prevalence of corruption and strictly penal punishments.
Pope Francis insisted that for true justice, punishment is not enough. Rather, both victims and offenders must be re-educated to give them hope for a successful re-integration into society. “No penalty that doesn’t give hope is valid. If it doesn’t give hope, it’s torture.”
“Forcefully reiterating” the Church’s stance against the death penalty, Pope Francis implores all to “let it be God who chooses when the time has come.” Source
Allies of Ben Carson will launch a super-PAC later this month with the aim of turning out evangelical voters for Donald Trump and down-ballot Republicans.
The group, led by Bill Millis, a North Carolina businessman and former top fundraiser for Carson, is also forming an ambitious network of nonprofit advocacy groups aimed at affecting conservative social change. Continue reading…
DES MOINES, Iowa — Three church-state separation groups are expressing objection to a proclamation issued by the governor of Iowa that urges residents to participate in a statewide Bible reading marathon.
In April, Gov. Terry Branstad signed a proclamation at the state capitol urging participation in a 99 county Bible reading marathon scheduled for June 30 through July 3. The Iowa Prayer Caucus, the National Governor’s Prayer Team and the United States Prayer Council organized the event.
“Whereas all Scripture is essential to prepare us to be the people God wants us to be and to accomplish the purpose for which he created us,” the proclamation reads in part, “and whereas, America, being founded upon biblical principles and Judeo-Christian ethics, as taught in the Bible, paid tribute to the Bible for its important influence upon the development of our nation by many of our great national leaders such as President Washington, Jackson, Lincoln, Wilson…” Continue reading…
President Obama came face to face with the horror of nuclear war Friday in a somber visit to Hiroshima, becoming the first sitting U.S. president to tour the site of the atomic bombing 71 years ago that killed tens of thousands in an instant and ushered in the nuclear age.
In a sweeping address that reflected on the obligations of humankind, Obama wrestled with the inherent contradiction that centuries of technical advancement have both made it easier to bind people together and given them the capacity for the carnage seen in this city. And he confronted the cold reality that his own goal of a world without nuclear firepower remains frustratingly out of reach. Continue reading…