Bert Farias on Kanye West Is Showing Christian Leaders How It’s Done

Musician Kanye West | Reuters

In the same way God is using President Donald Trump to bully back on fake news, fake America and political correctness, so He has begun to use a young convert and American Christian rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, entrepreneur and fashion designer—Kanye West—to do the same in the culture and music industry.

With little to no theological training, with no prestigious degree or lofty title beside his name, with riches and fame to lose, West is showing passive Christian leaders, muted church pastors and TV celebrity preachers how it’s done.

Actually, West represents much more. He represents a certain judgment on the silent American preacher. He is teaching Christian leaders what a sin it is to be silent in such a grossly dark and immoral time in America. He is teaching us how to voice our faith, spread the Gospel and lift up Jesus.

Too Many Pulpits Have Been Silent for Too Long

New research shows that while 90% of pastors believe the Bible has much to say about today’s pressing political and societal issues, fewer than 10% are talking about those issues from the pulpit.

Researcher George Barna spoke recently on American Family Radio’s “Today’s Issues” about his research project over the past two years, where pastors across the country were asked about their beliefs regarding the relevancy of Scripture to societal, moral and political issues, and the content of their sermons in light of their beliefs.

What he found was startling.

When pastors were asked about all the key issues of the day, 90% of them told Barna that the Bible does speak on these issues. But then when they were asked if they were teaching their people concerning these issues, the percentages dropped to just below 10%.

Why such a disconnect between knowing the truth and preaching the truth? Sam Rohrer, president of the American Pastors Network, said this:

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SOURCE: Charisma News