“Reverend” Warnock Should Stick to Politics

This tweet hit the Twitter world on Resurrection Day (Easter):

“The meaning of Easter is more transcendent than the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Whether you are a Christian or not, through a commitment to helping others we are able to save ourselves.”

Who do you suppose posted that Tweet? One might never guess that a professing Christian pastor uttered those words on the most Holy Day on the Christian calendar. That “pastor?” Raphael Warnock, senior pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, and current Georgia Senator.

After blasphemously Tweeting such evil, Twitter filled with lambasting condemnation of the post, accurately identifying Warnock as a false teacher, spewing false doctrine. Disgust was expressed even among his followers, who apparently have some shred of decency.

See Raphael Warnock Rebuked for Easter Message in Now Deleted Tweet.

Perhaps Warnock should stick to liberal politics, where making up falsehood seems to be a sport! He may have fooled those who voted for him and those who currently support him, but one thing is sure: He does not fool God, and he will reap what he sows.

2 thoughts on ““Reverend” Warnock Should Stick to Politics

  1. Unsure why this was left out: Bless Almighty God for his truth and revelation of hidden agendas keeping us aware and safe in Him.
    Thank you for your ongoing work, Mike!!

    1. Thank you for commenting, Dale Ann. I appreciate you following, though there is no “Mike” associated with Looking for the Blessed Hope. You are certainly welcome to follow and comment…just want to give you a heads up that you may have the incorrect association if you intend to communicate with Mike. Have a blessed day…and continue to pray for the Lord to move among us!

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