The week leading up to Jesus’ death is marked by his triumphal entry into Jerusalem where vast multitudes of people praised Jesus as he made his way in on the back of a donkey. The amount of joy in those who followed Jesus was almost inexpressible and the people there simply could not keep quiet. Even the Pharisees knew that there was nothing they could say or do to temper the excitement and glee and in Luke 19:40, we see Jesus Himself say of the excitement, “I tell you, if these were silent, the very stones would cry out.”
That was about Jesus, but leave it to the woke Bible-twisters to turn this into something that it isn’t.
Woke female “Baptist” “pastor” explains in a recent sermon that Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation to the Supreme Court is an example this kind of joy that is reserved for Christ—that even the rocks would cry out if the people were silent.
Referring to Senator Cory Booker’s “pep talk” to Ketanji Brown Jackson, this lady-preacher at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Petersburg says that Booker’s joy that this God-hating, pro-abortion, pro-sodomy Supreme Court justice was going to be confirmed to the Supreme Court (for no other reason than that she’s Black) is an example of the joy the people felt as Jesus made his triumphal entry into Jerusalem.