The Holy Spirit said, "Share This for Every Believer to See"
UPDATE: Hey Folks. Sharing three things here: 1. The original message we shared about BLM on 6/23 and 2. Marcus Rogers' video that the Holy Spirit said to share here. 3. The ChristianPost article that Prophet Jonathan Cahn shared on Facebook. We ask that you please take this to Father God in prayer. Ask Him to reveal it to you in tongues. And, please keep an open mind as we don't mean to offend anyone.
When you start talking about race, religion and politics...for some people, "It's ON like popcorn" or "Thems' fightin' words"... meaning, people are ready to throw their fists up and fight because these are sometimes sensitive subjects. But, we're praying that these words are received with love and we re rebuke the devil's plans.
So, let's take a look...
1. I was watching the Marcus Rogers video below last night and the Holy Spirit said, "Share This for Every Believer to See". The prophetic message Father God gave Marcus is accurate and confirmation with what God has been saying is coming. Read through Messages from God and see how many times God mentions the coming days, how we need to prepare, how the church is not ready YET and the mark of the beast and antichrist that are coming. God even mentions how He's removing stubborn pride and putting our enemies under our feet. And, as believers we have to prepare and pray during these last days.
Before you watch this, please know that we LOVE the LGBTQ community - and everyone, for that matter, because Jesus taught us love! Years ago, I managed a doctor's office in an LGBTQ community before I started a closer walk with God. And, I loved every one of them from my heart because I SAW the pain they were in - rejected by society, rejected by family, dealing with sicknesses. There were and are SO MANY that I pray can experience God's love and have a relationship with Jesus. But, I think it's the devil who tries to make them think that we're against them because satan doesn't want them experiencing God and Jesus's love. I pray they come to know Christ one day and know that we're NOT against them but that we MUST promote God's agenda, not man's.
So, here's the original excerpt from the message we posted on 6/23:
-----The Holy Spirit also said to state why we haven't posted specifically about supporting the organization, Black Lives Matter. As an example, people have questioned why Vice President Mike Pence who is a Christian wouldn't say that he supports Black Lives Matter. They assumed his lack of support meant that he was racist. Black Lives Matter was originally founded to support the LGBTQ community. We want our focus on God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit and focusing on God's agenda to bring more souls to Christ. We pray that any organization, group or person regardless of race, economic class, religion or gender find a relationship that's Christ-centered - especially in these last days. Jesus says "I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me."-----
2. Here's the video...As supporting documentation, read through Messages from God and specifically God's Words about these end times and how the Body of Christ must prepare for Jesus's return. The one thing that I LOVE that Marcus said from another video and briefly mentioned here is that we shouldn't have a black agenda or a white agenda or a Christian or Baptist agenda. These are all things that divide and separate the Body of Christ. And, a house divided doesn't stand. We MUST have a Kingdom agenda where we go to God ONLY through Jesus Christ as He is the Door and the Way.
Again, as mentioned above, it is written, "Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me, John 14:6). Going through Jesus and asking Father God for HIS agenda brings us together on one accord and breaks down the separate agendas and religious groups. To God be the glory!
3. From Prophet Jonathan Cahn's Facebook page: Watchman Report: Prophecy and News to Watch>>>
This is Why the Official BLM Statement is So Disturbing
By Michael Brown
Dating back to 2016, I have been urging Christian conservatives and other people of conscience to distinguish between the important affirmation that black lives do matter and the BLM movement.
The statement that “black lives matter” should be shouted loudly and clearly, since through much of our history, black Americans have felt that their lives did not matter to white Americans.
As for the BLM movement, it should be exposed for what it is. As I tweeted on July 6:
BLACK LIVES MATTER!
EVERY BLACK LIFE MATTERS!
ALL BLACK LIVES MATTER!
BLACK LIVES DO MATTER!
GOD HIMSELF AFFIRMS THAT BLACK LIVES MATTER!
And the BLM organization is dangerous, anti-Christian, and should be avoided.
Have I made myself clear?
Here’s what we know about the BLM movement, especially when we dig a little deeper into their “What We Believe” statement.
When you start to connect the dots, you’ll understand why I described BLM as “dangerous” and “anti-Christian.” In fact, at the end of this article, I’ll connect the BLM movement with the J word — as in Jezebel. (Do I have your attention?)
BLM was founded by three black women, Patrisse Cullors, Alicia Garza, and Opal Tometi.
The first two identify as queer and the third as “a transnational feminist.”
Speaking of Cullors, a website celebrating “lesbians who tech” states that, “When Patrisse was 16-years-old she came out as queer and moved out of her home in the Valley.”
The official BLM site describes Garza as a “queer Black woman” who states that “we must view this epidemic through a lens of race, gender, sexual orientation, and gender identity.”
That’s why a June 21, 2020 article on ABC news declared that, “From the start, the founders of Black Lives Matter have always put LGBTQ voices at the center of the conversation. The movement was founded by three Black women, Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors and Opal Tometi, two of whom identify as queer.”
On a certain level, reading through the official BLM statement, being queer is as much of an issue for the movement as being black.
Accordingly, there are multiple references to “trans,” as highlighted here: “We make space for transgender brothers and sisters to participate and lead.
“We are self-reflexive and do the work required to dismantle cisgender privilege and uplift Black trans folk, especially Black trans women who continue to be disproportionately impacted by trans-antagonistic violence.”
Even more forthrightly, the statement reads, “We foster a queer‐affirming network. When we gather, we do so with the intention of freeing ourselves from the tight grip of heteronormative thinking, or rather, the belief that all in the world are heterosexual (unless s/he or they disclose otherwise).”
Thus, the only references to heterosexuality are negative, as in “cisgender privilege” and “heteronormative thinking,” meaning the assumption that heterosexuality is the norm.
So, BLM is not just fighting against white privilege but also heterosexual privilege. Make no mistake about it.
That’s why the statement also goes out of its way to include people of “actual or perceived sexual identity, gender identity, gender expression.” The leaders have made themselves abundantly clear.
But there’s more, and this has often been missed in commentary on BLM beliefs.
While there are references to “mothers” and “parents” in their statement, there is not one single reference to fathers. Not one. (Contrast this with the multiple references to queer and trans and gender identity, etc.)
As for mention of “men” or the idea of a male-led household, these are only found in totally negative contexts.
Specifically, “We build a space that affirms Black women and is free from sexism, misogyny, and environments in which men are centered” (my emphasis). Oh, those terrible, evil men.
And this: “We make our spaces family-friendly and enable parents to fully participate with their children. We dismantle the patriarchal practice that requires mothers to work ‘double shifts’ so that they can mother in private even as they participate in public justice work” (again, my emphasis).
Yes, that oppressive, husband-wife, male-female union, that outdated, outmoded patriarchal dinosaur. It must be dismantled. (And note the assumption that if something is “patriarchal” it is unfair to women. A truly fair relationship would have the husband home with the kids while the wife is out doing “public justice work.”)
This is the language of radical feminism in unabashed, undisguised form. This too is part of the queer, trans-affirming spirit.
As for the third founder, Opal Tometi, she is also described as “a student of liberation theology.” And there is now the widely circulated quote from Cullors that she and Garza “are trained Marxists.”
As for the connection between liberation theology and Marxism, especially in this context, Prof. Anthony Bradley, himself black, has pointed out that, “Black Liberation Is Marxist Liberation.”
So, without question, the official BLM movement is Marxist-based, queer-affirming, trans-activist, traditional-marriage degrading, radical-feminist promoting and more. In a certain sense, it is fatherless as well.
That’s why I said that “the BLM organization is dangerous, anti-Christian, and should be avoided.”
Now, let’s also remember that Cullors is on record saying that their goal is to remove Trump from office: “Trump not only needs to not be in office in November, but he should resign now. Trump needs to be out of office. He is not fit for office. And so, what we are going to push for is a move to get Trump out.”
And this leads me to one last important point. When you connect all the dots, the spirit of the official BLM movement is downright Jezebelic, thus in direct conflict with the Alpha Male Trump.
In closing, please continue to read your Bible and stay focused on Father God and Jesus, not different groups that may have their own agenda. We rest confidently and trust in God, not man. And, Father God will help us hear and do His will. Let us not be hearers of the Word only.