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Traveling Televangelist, Stacey Abrams, Compares Herself to Jesus as the “Solid Foundation” Upon Which to Build the State

by | Oct 6, 2022 | Apostasy, Cult, News, Politics, Religion, Social-Issues, The Church, Video | 0 comments

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Stacey Abrams, who should now be labeled Georgia’s traveling televangelist to underprivileged churches around the state, definitely thinks highly of herself. The left constantly accuses conservatives of embracing what they’re calling “White Christian Nationalism.” While they attempt to use the term as a pejorative, in reality, they have no idea what they’re talking about.

On the other hand, demonstrating their absolute cluelessness, leftists are parading their “lord and savior” Stacey Abrams around from church to church proclaiming her as the greatest prophet to walk the earth since Jesus Christ Himself—most recently, the prophet Deborah.

But now, she’s continuing her prophetic tour around the state this time comparing herself to the solid ground in Jesus’s parable of the wise and foolish (Luke 6) builders upon which the state’s government welfare system for minorities must be built.

After talking up Georgia’s surplus of funds right now, which, by the way, is only because of Republican policies, she goes on a tirade on how that should be spent. “We can pay our teachers a starting salary of 50 thousand dollars,” she preached from the pulpit of this church. “We can tackle the affordable housing crisis that is filling our streets instead of filling our homes.”

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“We can solve those problems in the state of Georgia,” she bemoaned, “but we got to decide if we’re going to build our house on the solid foundation that says that grace belongs to us all, or we’re going to build it on the shaky sand of miserliness and cronyism. Who are we going to be? Are we going to follow or are we going to lead? Are we going to fight our way through the cacophony of sound to make our voices heard? Or are we going to let ourselves be drowned out by our own indifference and by our own convincing that we’re not worthy of something more?”

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