Fear Has Broken Out In The Church

Back by popular demand, we have Pastor Che Ahn with us again today. He has both a warning and an awakening word about what is happening. God did not call us to be cowards, and Che showed that he certainly wasn’t one when he sued California and Governor Newsom!

Governor Newsom is supposed to support people’s rights; instead, he violated them by locking them down. He even said that churches were non-essential. We’ve been essential for the last two thousand years. Where would Western Civilization be without God’s word, the church, and the gospel of Jesus Christ?

State stores are essential, planned parenthood is essential, abortion clinics are essential, even marijuana dispensaries are essential, but not the church. Are you kidding me? There are lots of churches making this heroic stand in California. Pastor Rob McCoy and Jack Hibbs of Calvary Chapel Church, Pastor John MacArthur of Grace Community Church, there are one hundred and sixty-two churches in Che’s network making a stand.

On the flip side, some of the mega-churches are afraid to stand up – we need revival for the church!

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4 thoughts on “Fear Has Broken Out In The Church

  1. Thank you for speaking truth and standing in a Spirit of boldness!!! I’ve recently found your ministry and am being blessed and empowered. I’ve preordered God’s Chaos Code, and am sharing your podcast on FB almost every day. Praying for the Church in California and everywhere. I don’t live in a state dictated by a democrat but so many of the large, seeker friendly chirches in my own city are still meeting online. I’ve walked away and found a praying body that is meeting in person, but am praying for revelation knowledge for the body I’ve left. God bless your ministry and thank you for opening our eyes. BTW, I’ve applied to be a poll manager in my city.

  2. I find it disturbing that so many churches are promoting social justice as the world sees justice instead of seeking the LORD above all. BLM gets support and many don’t have a clue what the foundational principles are in that organization. How can we speak to that when it is happening in one’s own congregation?