POLITICS IS NOT THE PROBLEM THE EVANGELICAL CHURCH IS THE PROBLEM! AS DANIEL WHYTE III, PRESIDENT OF GOSPEL LIGHT SOCIETY INTERNATIONAL, HAS SAID FOR MANY YEARS IN MULTIPLE SERMONS AND ARTICLES: AMERICA IS LOST AND HEADING FOR THE ABYSS. And no, the politicians are not the only ones at fault; the so-called evangelicals and the so-called Christians are the main reason America is lost and headed towards the abyss because we have not obeyed the Lord’s Great Commandment and the Great Commission. Nor have we obeyed the whole counsel of God by committing the sins of adultery, fornication, divorce and remarriage, swinging, the molestation and rape of children, and homosexuality in the pulpit and in the pew. And the so-called Evangelical-Christian church, including all denominations and the Catholics as well, led the way in colluding with the government to endorse and sanction homosexuality, homosexual marriage and thus transgenderism (because the government knew the church was wickedly compromised in these areas), and all of the other hellaciousness, such as our children being taught about homosexuality in the schools and being read books by drag queens and little children going to homosexual bars giving drag queens tips, etc. So after the embarrassing, RED RIPPLE, which was supposed to be a RED WAVE, last night, Daniel Whyte III hopes that all of the so-called “Evangelical leaders” and “Christian leaders” will now listen to Dr. Tony Evans, who has repeatedly told you for years, that as Christians, we should not be REPUBLICAN or DEMOCRAT, we should be REFEREES as the church standing for God, and that means obeying God. The truth is, the so-called Evangelical Christian church has failed God, Jesus Christ, the Word of God, the family, the church, the nation, and the world, and the church needs to get back to God in this way: “If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways (and get back to their first love); then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land,” which he has said at least over a hundred times over the past ten years in preaching and in writing, including and in these two articles below right before the 2022 mid-term election:
DANIEL WHYTE III, PRESIDENT OF GOSPEL LIGHT SOCIETY INTERNATIONAL, BEFORE THE ELECTION, REBUKED SEAN FEUCHT, CHARLIE KIRK, T.D. JAKES, ROBERT JEFFRESS, RAPHAEL WARNOCK, FRANKLIN GRAHAM, ANTHONY GEORGE, BEN CARSON, GREG LAURIE, and JACK GRAHAM FOR BEING SYCOPHANTIC FOLLOWERS of POLITICIANS, BEING “BLIND LEADERS of the BLIND” THAT HAS LED the CHURCH and the COUNTRY to FALL INTO the DITCH THAT WE ARE IN RIGHT NOW. They have failed to lead the church to obey the two simple things that Jesus Christ left for us to do: the GREAT COMMANDMENT and the GREAT COMMISSION. That has reduced them to be beholden to politicians and foolishly thinking the power is in the ballot box instead of in the prayer closet. This is all in light of the fact that Dr. Tony Evans of the Urban Alternative has told you repeatedly and in multiple ways, down through the years, that the CHURCH IS THE REFEREE; WE DO NOT PLAY THE GAME; WE ARE NOT ON ANYBODY’S TEAM.
By the way, for the record, Bishop T.D. Jakes knows better than this, and Whyte believes the only reason why Jakes would have the abominable homosexual-supporting and abortion-supporting Beto O’Rourke in the Potter’s House church is because, like most pastors, he wants to feel loved and accepted by such people as Oprah Winfrey, Tyler Perry and others who probably had a hand in setting this up. Whyte has already rebuked T.D. Jakes publicly for following his rich and famous friends instead of following God. So he knows better. We believe him when he says, on the issues of homosexuality and abortion he believes as a Bible-believing Baptist would, but there needs to be consistency on both sides of life. We need to care for the unborn and the born.
Whyte further specifically rebukes song leader Sean Feucht for unwisely leading God’s people to protest Mickey Mouse, which makes the church look silly, again leading people to think that that is going to change something when we have not done the simple commandments of God and of Jesus Christ; then the song leader wants to wax eloquent in rebuking T.D. Jakes, but has never rebuked Robert Jeffress, Franklin Graham, Anthony George, Ben Carson, Greg Laurie, and Jack Graham for following Trump to a hellacious situation without once rebuking him publicly for the sins and foolishness he committed while in office. God gave these men an opportunity to turn this country around permanently, but they failed following that woman Jezebel, Paula White, who calleth herself a prophetess. They failed miserably by not being prophets to this president, but instead became sycophants and lost and fumbled the greatest opportunity America will ever see because they did not want to offend the immature, spoiled Trump.
Whyte says further to Feucht and Kirk, if you want to rebuke T.D. Jakes for allowing the Democrat demoniac, Beto O’Rourke, who supports homosexuality and homosexual marriage and abortion, even after nine months, and all of the damnable things and legions of demons that come with the LGBTQ+ movement, that’s fine, but you have got to rebuke these other pastors for using the name of Jesus Christ and the church for the political foolishness that is going on on the conservative side as well.
Whyte says specifically to Charlie Kirk: You called T.D. Jakes a “fool.” If I were you, I would confess that as sin to the Lord and apologize and take that back because you did not act that wisely when you joined up with Jerry Falwell Jr. for the FALKIRK CENTER. You certainly did not show much discernment as you were dealing with a man who apparently supports homosexuality, swinging and pimping out his own wife by letting his own wife commit adultery with another man while he watched. We have not heard you say much about that fiasco. We did not hear you rebuke Anthony George and call him a fool when he hosted Herschel Walker at his church in the midst of lying about his paying for an abortion.
Whyte was hoping that you pastors had learned your lesson from your political failures and embarrassments in the past and from the chastisement and rebuke of the church through the coronavirus plague-pandemic that politics is not the answer to the problems in this country. The church doing what God and Jesus Christ commanded the church to do is what will solve the problems in this nation, for following this other route has failed every time and has become a racket and no doubt, it makes you feel important. Prayer does not make you feel important. Witnessing for Christ does not make you feel important. Preaching the Gospel does not make you feel important, but it is the power of God unto salvation. Being obedient to God’s Word does not make you feel important. Passing out Gospel tracts does not make you feel important. But you have passed out thousands of flyers for a lying politician. The truth of the matter is, all of these pastors, and you, two, (Kirk and Feucht) as well, need to humble yourselves, pray, seek God’s face, and turn from your wicked ways. And other than voting, do not invite another lying politician to the church of the Lord Jesus Christ, do not endorse anybody, do not take a picture with a politician, and do not let politicians speak in your church. We do not care if it’s Herschel Walker or Raphael Warnock, Beto O’Rourke or Greg Abbot, Joe Biden or Donald Trump because as Whyte said before, you pastors and song leaders are not equipped to deal with these politicians. You always hurt the cause of Christ, you always end up looking very stupid, and you do not help the nation at all. In the words of Leonard Ravenhill, “STOP PLAYING and START PRAYING.”
HERE IS THE SECOND ARTICLE WHYTE WROTE A FEW DAYS BEFORE THE ELECTION: HERE WE GO AND THE DEVIL IS A LIE AND WE ARE NOT SHOCKED ANY MORE: United Methodist Church’s Western Jurisdiction Elects Openly Homosexual Cedrick Bridgeforth as Bishop as the Denomination Continues to Self-destruct Over the Abomination and Sin of Homosexuality.
Daniel Whyte III, President of Gospel Light Society International, says, you evangelicals, church folks, and others can get all excited about politics and the mid-term vote tomorrow all you want to. Politics is not going to solve the problems in this country. The Evangelical, Baptist, Charismatic, Methodist, and Presbyterian church is the problem. We have failed God, Jesus Christ, the Word of God, the family, the church, the nation, and the world by not obeying the Great Commandment and the Great Commission and the whole counsel of God, and for colluding with the government to condone and sanction the abomination of homosexuality. The church needs to get back to God in this way: “If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways (and get back to their first love); then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.”
Joe Biden insisted on Wednesday that he won’t change anything about his presidency after Democrats had a better night than expected in the midterm election – even though a majority of voters said the country was on the wrong track.
The president was in a jovial mood after his party kept a red wave from crashing over the country in House, Senate and gubernatorial races.
He mocked the media for its predictions going into election night – which had him and his Democrats doing badly – and made jokes when asked about Republicans intentions to investigate his family and about his potential 2024 competition.
‘It’ll be fun watching them take on each other,’ he said of a possible battle between Ron DeSantis and Donald Trump for the GOP nomination.
He also confirmed he intends to run for a second term.
But Biden mainly used the occassion to double down on his presidency, even as, in exit poll, 73% of voters said they were dissatisfied or angry about the way things are going in the country today
He said he would change ‘nothing’ about his time in office.
Biden expressed confidence he would win over those voters who are angry about inflation, which has caused the cost of living to soar.
‘They’re just finding out what we’re doing,’ he said. ‘The more they know about what we’re doing, the more support there is.’
Biden pointed to policies like cutting prescription drug prices, and the roads and bridges being improved through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, and future high speed Amtrak lines, explaining, ‘there’s a lot of things that are just starting to kick in.’
‘I’m not going to change,’ he said.
Ane he joked with reporters about election predictions.
‘Look, the predictions were and again, I’m not being critical of anybody that played the predictions. This is supposed to be a red wave. You talked about us losing 30 to 50 seats. It’s not going to happen,’ he noted.
Biden was quick with the quip when asked about Republican plans for the next two years of his presidency.
He confirmed he was considering running for re-election in 2024 and, when asked about the possibiilty of a Republican battle between Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis, he quipped: ‘It’ll be fun watching them take on each other.’
DeSantis’ landslide win lead to talk he’ll be eying the White House next. And Trump has said he’ll make a ‘major’ announcement next week at Mar-a-Lago, sparking speculation he’ll announce another run for president.
As for his own presidential plans, Biden pointed to his wife Jill, sitting in the front row. ‘All kidding aside, our intention is to run again.’
Biden, who turns 80 this month, said he expects to make a final decision next year.
‘This is ultimately a family decision. We’ll have discussions about it. I don’t feel any hurry in one way or another to make that judgment,’ he said. ‘My guess is it’s next year we make that judgment.’
And when asked about an exit poll result that showed two-thirds of voters don’t want him to run for a second term, Biden said: ‘Watch me.’
Biden also brushed off questions about intentions by Republicans to investigate his family, including his son Hunter, should they win control of the House. Races remain too close to call but the GOP is favored to take the majority.
‘Lots of luck in your seniors year my coach used to say,’ he said about the matter. ‘The American public wants us to move on and get things done for them.’
‘I think the American people will look at that for what it is: almost comedy. But you know, I can’t control what they’re going to do. All I can do is continue to try to make life better for the American people,’ he added.
His Wednesday press conference served as a victory lap.
‘While the press and the pundits are predicting a giant red wave. It didn’t happen,’ Biden said. ‘And I know you were somewhat miffed by my incessant optimism, I felt good during the whole process, I thought we were going to do fine.’
But he called the 2022 contest ‘a good day for democracy and I think a good day for America.’
He noted that while every loss is ‘painful’ and some Democrats got booted froom their seats, he cited the statistic that his party lost fewer seats in the House than any Democrat did in the last 40 years.
And he said the midterm was the best for Democrats being elected to governors’ mansions since 1986.
Source: Daily Mail, Emily Goodin
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