Pastor removed after interrupting Sessions speech with Bible verse

Is it just me but, after years of the left trying to make sure that all religions are equally represented (including those who aren’t religious), that it’s the New York City President and his team that are escorting a Methodist minister out while Jeff Sessions is giving a speech on Religious Liberty? Man, times have changed.

“I was hungry and you did not feed me. I was a stranger and you did not welcome me. I was naked and you did not clothe me. I was a stranger and you did not welcome me,” the pastor said, quoting a Bible verse while Sessions was giving a speech in Boston on religious liberty.

“Brother Jeff, as a fellow United Methodist I call upon you to repent, to care for those in need, to remember that when you do not care for others, you are wounding the body of Christ," the pastor added"

The threads about War on Christmas this year should be epic.

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I liked his comment while being kicked out just as much as the Bible verse he chose.

“You are escorting me out for exercising my religious freedoms. It doesn’t make any sense. It’s very hypocritical for this group of people to be wanting to protect religious freedoms while you are escorting me out," the person said.

Um, Jeff goes to church every Sunday, what else do you want???


:rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl: oh that’s funny!

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The bible verse is for people … humans with a soul… not a government. The government won’t stand in your place on judgement day to reap the holy rewards nor your eternal damnation. You can pass all the laws you want that make other people pay and give and care for the coming horde. It won’t be counted as righteousness for you, dude. It wont even be known. Forcing others to do anything is not a righteous activity.

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The US government is OF THE PEOPLE.