They Shall Call Evil Good and Good Evil

Fani Willis, the district attorney of Fulton County, Ga., was accused recently of being romantically involved with the lead prosecutor she hired for the Trump case, Mr. Nathan Wade, who is married and has reaped more than $650,000 in legal fees.

After accusation of impropriety and an affair with the married special prosecutor she hired to oversee President Donald Trump’s case, Ms. Willis was invited to speak sadly, at Big Bethel AME Church, a historically all black church, as she spoke at a service a day before the holiday honoring the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.  

“Willis used her status and race to stand in front of a congregation of Christians as an elected official to garner political sympathy — and worse, church leaders applauded her political rhetoric in God’s house. They nodded their heads in agreement and murmured with pleasure as she used the pulpit for self-promotion.”

“Her performance was another example of what is wrong with America’s churches, especially black churches, as they’re always trying to serve two masters when there is only one.
They’re too often run by charlatans who care more about currying favor with influential figures than influencing others to follow God’s word.”

These were my thoughts captured so eloquently by Adam B. Coleman of the New York Post, who referred to himself as a Christian. I found his words hit the spot and a waste of time to try to put in my own words.

I feel sorry for Fanni Willis and all the members of the AME church that sided and “Amened” her. Jesus died for Ms. Willis. He doesn’t care what color she is and He is for women not against them. To get in the pulpit and call on the name of God to defend you in your sin and to call on your people to side with you in your sin because they are of the same race and gender? Oh! How “unwoke” of her to use the gender card!!!!

Jesus addressed the same sin with the woman at the well, did He not? Did He endorse her sin, by sympathizing with her race and gender, telling her He feels for her? No! He told her to repent and turn away from her sin and turn to Him.

Ms. Willis and those who invited her, as well as those who “Amened” her, are on the wrong side. They may have a sign that says Jesus, they may pray in His name, but they are not following Him!

Pray for Fanni Willis, the married man Nathan Wade and his family. Pray for the church that invited her, that is obviously lost in sin. Pray that truth will prevail in the whole situation and that who ever needs to repent will. “But if ye will not do so, behold, ye have sinned against the Lord: and be sure your sin will find you out.” Num 32:23

Ms. Willis is walking on thin ice and my bet is she’s going to fall through. You simply cannot go up against God and win.
Learn from her and all those like her.

For nothing is secret, that shall not be made manifest; neither any thing hid, that shall not be known and come abroad. Luke 8:17


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