This is insanity and blasphemy rolled up into one…a “vaccine” made with aborted fetal cells? Are we talking abut the same Jesus? I am also very disappointed in John Hagee, someone I respect, and who also claims the “vaccine” is right…well, maybe for him, but definitely not for me. DO NOT TAKE THE POISON JAB!
Franklin Graham, the president and CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA) and Samaritan’s Purse, told ABC News that there could be harmful consequences if pastors discourage church members from receiving the shot. “I would hope that the pastors in the pulpit would tell people how they can be saved from God’s judgment,” Graham said. “I think for a pastor to tell someone not to take the vaccine is problematic because what would happen if that person got coronavirus and died? I think if there were vaccines available in the time of Christ, Jesus would have made reference to them and used them,” he added.
With some Americans feeling hesitant about getting a COVID-19 shot, evangelist Franklin Graham is urging pastors to encourage their congregations to trust in the vaccines.
If you don’t find a problem with this article exposing the heresy that Franklin Graham is currently spouting, then you are a Laodicean yourself. Franklin Graham told ABC News that Jesus Christ would take a COVID vaccine if He were walking among us physically today as He did with His apostles in the first century. That is one of the most stupid, ridiculous and unbelievably heretical statements any pastor could ever make. Jesus inject Himself with an mRNA, gene editing concoction? Only Satan would tell a lie like that. Hmm.
“No man taketh it from me, but I lay it down of myself. I have power to lay it down, and I have power to take it again. This commandment have I received of my Father. There was a division therefore again among the Jews for these sayings.” John 10:18,19 (KJB)
So are we now to believe that Jesus, the author of life, the man who spoke 3 words, “Lazarus, come forth” and a 4-day old dead man was restored every whit whole, would agree to take a vaccine to ‘boost his immune system’ against a virus??? For this to come from the lips of a pastor, a bible teacher, is not only beyond reckless it is inexcusable. If Franklin Graham does not both apologize and repent of this statement, then he might as well change his name to ‘Ichabod’. Look it up.
And if you are a pastor of a New Testament church, don’t you dare ‘tell your people’ to ‘take the vaccine’ as Graham suggests. People are dying left and right from this vaccine, with hundreds of thousands of adverse reactions including deafness and blindness. Do you want that on your conscience? Try praying about it. I have not taken the vaccine, nor would I, ever, under any circumstance for any reason.
Franklin Graham Urges Clergy to Support COVID Vaccines, Says Jesus Would Have Used Them Too
FROM CBN NEWS: Franklin Graham, the president and CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA) and Samaritan’s Purse, told ABC News that there could be harmful consequences if pastors discourage church members from receiving the shot.
“I WOULD HOPE THAT THE PASTORS IN THE PULPIT WOULD TELL PEOPLE HOW THEY CAN BE SAVED FROM GOD’S JUDGMENT,” GRAHAM SAID. “I THINK FOR A PASTOR TO TELL SOMEONE NOT TO TAKE THE VACCINE IS PROBLEMATIC BECAUSE WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF THAT PERSON GOT CORONAVIRUS AND DIED? I THINK IF THERE WERE VACCINES AVAILABLE IN THE TIME OF CHRIST, JESUS WOULD HAVE MADE REFERENCE TO THEM AND USED THEM,” HE ADDED.
In a Facebook post earlier this month, Graham praised God for positive achievements that have occurred over the past year.
“I’m thankful to God that we are seeing a decline in COVID-19 cases, and that steps are being taken to open our economy back up, get people back to work, and get children back to school. We thank God for these steps forward. Continue to pray for our nation.”
Additionally, Pastor John Hagee with Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas stands by the connection between scripture and science.
Hagee, who tested positive for COVID last October, “believes in both the power of prayer and modern medicine. These are not mutually exclusive,” said a Hagee Ministries spokesperson on his behalf. Most importantly, these evangelists are reminding Americans that God is the Creator of science and medicine and vaccines can have a positive impact on our lives.