Pastor John MacArthur had a dire warning for the incoming president, Joe Biden, after the inauguration. “You’d better be careful when you put your hand on God,” MacArthur warned, speaking of Biden placing his hand on the Bible to take the oath of the presidency has he promised to use his position to blaspheme God’s name.
“You can say whatever you want to say,” MacArthur warns, “but when you touch the ark, when you place your hand on the throne of God, because God is enthroned in His Word, and you place your hand on the Word of God and pledge to do the very things that blaspheme His name.”
“You talk about a high-risk action, “he continues. “God doesn’t want your respect, He wants your obedience.”
“Don’t tell me you advocate for the slaughter of babies in the womb. Don’t tell me you want to destroy masculinity, femininity, marriage. Don’t tell me you want to fill the world with LGBTQ people in leadership, you want to justify transgender activity. Don’t tell me you want to invite more Muslims in who represent a religion from Hell and then put your hand on the throne of God.”
MacArthurs’ warning comes in the wake of an enormous amount of Evangelical leaders who pushed to have Donald Trump removed from office, even impeached, as they favored Joe Biden — an enemy of the Church and God — as though he has some kind of moral high ground.