|What The Bible Says - Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice|
Msg #2322 Satanic WOKEism.
What The Bible Says
Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
Elijah was on the lam (a phrase of unknown origin from the 1800s). When a vile decadent religion of Satanic origin gets the upper hand in a society, it tolerates no moral righteousness in its presence. It must root it out and destroy it. Baal was the hedonistic pagan male God who was supposed to control rain and fertility. His female accomplice named Astroth (called Ishtar by Assyrians, Astarte by Greeks, and Venus by Rome) united with Baal to form a morally rotten, violent, sensual, and cruel religion, which made immoral sex acts a religious exercise of fertility and climate change. In their K – 12 schools they taught, “Jehovah is dead!”, and people chanted “Baal, he is god, Baal he is god.” The man named after that chant, Ethbaal, used Baal WOKEism to control all the land of Tyre and Sidon, and his daughter, Jezebel, imported it wholesale into Israel!
God contended with Jezebel by sending his prophet, named “Jehovah is God” - Elijah, who said, “As the Lord God of Israel liveth, before whom I stand, there shall not be dew nor rain… but according to my word!” (1Kngs.17:1). You can’t make this stuff up! Three-thousand years ago God wrote it down for our learning! We live in the same WOKE wicked world today! Now, when the brook Cherith dried up, God sends Elijah 100 miles right through the heart of Israel to the town of Zarepath, right next to Ethbaal’s home town of Sidon! There, by the word of God, and providence of God, despite her poverty, despite her circumstances, and because of her selflessness, a widow woman took the steps of obedience necessary to became a “give us this day, our daily bread” living legend. What could you become in a similar plight? Be obedient, God can use you.
An Essay for week #23 - May 28, 2023
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