Clearly those on the list who prayed for President Trump are not ‘faith leaders’ because most of them are false teachers who hold to unbiblical New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) beliefs. Pretty sure Ralph Reed, Greg Laurie, Robert Jeffress, James and Shirley Dobson, Tony Perkins, Gary Bauer, Michelle Bachmann, Cissie Graham Lynch and a couple of others aren’t NAR, but who knows. We’ve informed you that Pastrix Paula White, who’s President Trump’s spiritual adviser, is a dangerous Word of Faith prosperity preacher. But of course CBN wouldn’t know that, as that publication has zero discernment. What you need to be aware of is that in their zeal to defeat liberalism and to bring a modicum of sanity back to America, Religious Right a.k.a Christian Right (CR) leaders such as some of those mentioned above decided to join forces with people who profess to know and serve God, but are actually wolves in sheep’s clothing….
As a result, the CR is now teaming with wolves. CR leaders have been warned about these people many times, but they ignored those of us in discernment. The question we have for faith leaders is this: Should a Bible believing Christian join with false teachers for prayer when the Bible tells us to mark and avoid them? (Romans 16:17-18)
Anyway, we’re posting CBN’s piece so that our readers will know exactly who we must mark and avoid:
(Ben Kennedy – CBN) Faith Leaders from across the country prayed with President Donald Trump at the White House on Tuesday.
Gathering in the Roosevelt Room, they took time to not only pray for the Commander in Chief but for the nation as well.
“The primary purpose of the informal meeting with faith leaders Tuesday was for the President to brief faith leaders on the continuing, remarkable accomplishments of this administration—especially in areas that are important to evangelicals. I’ve never seen President Trump more upbeat, positive, and focused than I did in Tuesday’s meeting. At the end of the meeting, several asked if they could pray for the President and he graciously welcomed the offer—as he always does,” said Pastor Robert Jeffress. “This President always appreciates the prayers of the American people.”
Johnnie Moore, who helps organize an evangelical advisory group for Trump, points out some of Trump’s accomplishments in a tweet, such as, “criminal justice reform, defending religious freedom, reducing abortion, combatting the opioid crisis & trafficking, the end of ISIS & Baghdadi.”
The Religious Right uniting with Religious Renegades (naming names)
Watch Out! Apostasy Alert (Who are these people?)
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