Evangelical Adviser Pastor Robert Jeffress: God Has OK’d Trump to ‘Take Out’ Kim

Newsmax

Donald Trump’s evangelical adviser Tuesday said God had given the president the authority to “take out” North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

“When it comes to how we should deal with evil doers, the Bible, in the book of Romans, is very clear: God has endowed rulers full power to use whatever means necessary — including war — to stop evil,” Pastor Robert Jeffress of the First Baptist Church of Dallas said in a statement.

“In the case of North Korea, God has given Trump authority to take out Kim Jong Un. I’m heartened to see that our president — contrary to what we’ve seen with past administrations who have taken, at best, a sheepish stance toward dictators and oppressors — will not tolerate any threat against the American people. When President Trump draws a red line, he will not erase it, move it, or back away from it. Thank God for a President who is serious about protecting our country.”

North Korea vowed Monday to strengthen its nuclear arsenal and “make the U.S. pay a thousand-fold” in response to tough U.N. sanctions imposed following the country’s recent test-launch of intercontinental ballistic missiles. The ICBM’s were fired at highly lofted angles, and analysts said they could reach parts of the U.S. if fired at a normal, flattened trajectory.

Trump responded Tuesday by saying North Korea’s threats will be “met with fire and fury like the world has never seen.”

“North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States,” Trump told reporters just before a briefing on the opioid crisis at his resort in Bedminster, N.J. “They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen. He has been very threatening beyond a normal statement.”

Pastor Jeffress would be considered a walking hate crime by the left. If they ever take power, he would be herded into a FEMA camp and then executed. See why via this excerpt:

Wikipedia


Jeffress has claimed that Islam “promoted pedophilia” and has been accused of reducing “Catholics, Hindus, Buddhists and virtually everyone else” to members of cults.[12][13]

In 2008 Jeffress, in his sermon “Gay Is Not OK,”[14] stated, citing Romans 1:27: “And the males likewise gave up natural relations with females and burned with lust for one another. Males did shameful things with males and thus received in their own persons the due penalty for their perversity.” Declared Jeffress: “What they [homosexuals] do is filthy. It is so degrading that it is beyond description. And it is their filthy behavior that explains why they are so much more prone to disease.”[15]

Also in 2010, Jeffress referred to Roman Catholicism as a “Satanic” result of “Babylonian mystery religion”.[19] In another interview that same year, he said, “Mormonism is wrong, it is a heresy from the pit of Hell; Judaism, you can’t be saved being a Jew, you know who said that by the way, the three greatest Jews in the New Testament, Peter, Paul, and Jesus Christ, they all said Judaism won’t do it, it’s faith in Jesus Christ.”[20]

34 thoughts on “Evangelical Adviser Pastor Robert Jeffress: God Has OK’d Trump to ‘Take Out’ Kim

  1. The USA had men driving golf buggies on the moon 45 years ago while shouting “Yee hah”. But they still cannot invent an authentic looking mens hair piece a.k.a rug.
    Either he has a Coonskin on his head or he dyes his own hair.

    Also those city skyscrapers are a depressing monument to Mammon. Why would a Christian pastor choose this backdrop? His flock are urban sheep.

    ““When it comes to how we should deal with evil doers, the Bible, in the book of Romans, is very clear: God has endowed rulers full power to use whatever means necessary — including war — to stop evil,” Pastor Robert Jeffress”.

    So nuclear war on civilians is not evil? What is evil these days? Not tithing cash to a crook like this guy? He says buggery is evil and I agree. He says Jews and Mormons are wrong and I agree. He says Roman Catholicism is Satanic. I disagree. If we hate the RCs and/or the Orthodox then Christianity in general is basically just a bunch of bull. They have been believers for 2000 years unlike blowhard new religions who say they are Christians. Dogma is reinvented by modern people (pastures) (sic) (self-baptisers) in the same way the Jews do.
    Some people who say they are pastors are fakers and often have invented their own church. Usually tax free also. Who licenses a Christian church and declares it is authentic? Nobody that I am aware of, except of course those under an umbrella like Catholicism. Are Baptist churches regulated or unregulated like Pentecostalist churches? “Comprising over 700 denominations and a large number of independent churches, there is no central authority governing Pentecostalism”.

  2. It is true that past presidential administrations cucked to China and allowed North Korea to morph into the monster that it has become. When a crazy person or nation threatens you with weapons, you have no choice but to strike them. The dog-eaters will learn this lesson the hard way. Too bad about the innocent NORK slaves.

    • But who is threatening who? With your logic – Kim should strike the crazy USA while he has still has a chance to do so. Syria and Iran also should be considering preemptive strikes on the crazy USA. Should Putin also strike the USA? That last one is a meal too big for the USA to digest. Even Iran may not be an easybeat, nor North Korea. Syria of course has no hope against the most mighty military machine the world has ever known. Even though the Vietnamese defeated the USA and maybe various towel-head nations. E,g, the USA lost the Iraq war, the Libya war and probably the Afghan war also – though all losses were what the Joos wanted. The US wins the war but loses the peace more often than not. WWII was a classic example.

    • I’m as anti religion as one can be, but check out pastor Steven Anderson. His “Marching to Zion” is excellent. Outspoken about the sodomites, too.

      • Ray,

        Just finished watching his video on the holocaust hoax. WOW! It’s surprising he hasn’t been (((murdered))).

        I like him! A lot! Thanks for posting his name.

        For anyone who wants to watch that video, here it is.

      • Have to take my previous comment back. Should have watched other videos first. He told me I couldn’t wear pants…Lol…not even in 20 below freezing weather with 40 mph winds and 1 foot of snow on the ground!

        He’s not getting good comments from men or women.

  3. First, the scriptures Jeffress is referring to in the Apostle Paul’s letter to the Roman Christians (all Bible books/letters are written to believers & not to the World).

    Decide for yourselves what you think Paul meant…

    Romans 13 – King James Version (KJV):
    https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Romans+13&version=KJV

    13 Let every soul be subject unto the higher powers. For there is no power but of God: the powers that be are ordained of God.

    2 Whosoever therefore resisteth the power, resisteth the ordinance of God: and they that resist shall receive to themselves damnation.

    3 For rulers are not a terror to good works, but to the evil. Wilt thou then not be afraid of the power? do that which is good, and thou shalt have praise of the same:

    4 For he is the minister of God to thee for good. But if thou do that which is evil, be afraid; for he beareth not the sword in vain: for he is the minister of God, a revenger to execute wrath upon him that doeth evil.

    5 Wherefore ye must needs be subject, not only for wrath, but also for conscience sake.

    6 For for this cause pay ye tribute also: for they are God’s ministers, attending continually upon this very thing.

    7 Render therefore to all their dues: tribute to whom tribute is due; custom to whom custom; fear to whom fear; honour to whom honour.

    8 Owe no man any thing, but to love one another: for he that loveth another hath fulfilled the law.
    […]

  4. “…those city skyscrapers are a depressing monument to Mammon. Why would a Christian pastor choose this backdrop? His flock are urban sheep.” (Robert)

    Jeffress is on FOX NEWS LIVE (see left bottom corner of photo). I’m sure it was FOX who chose the background for their news & not Jeffress who made the choosing. C’mon, Robert, you’re slipping.

    • I believe that may be the Dallas skyline. If Jeffress was hooked into Fox via a remote feed, he would have picked that backdrop, but using a skyline from your city is standard procedure. On the other hand, Jeffress might want to use a backdrop that features his church. It’s not an important issue anyway.

      • I agree it’s a non-issue. Is it even a real city scene, or just a big wall photo? If Jeffress is talking to Fox via webcam or whatever, maybe he has a window to the city in his office, or a big photo of it on the wall for when he does TV appearances, etc. etc.

        I have no idea & don’t care. It’s Robert trying to demonize the guy for having a city scene in the background. Trivial nit picky.

        I’m no diehard fan of Jeffress. I used to like him when I watched Christian TV (back when analog TVs still worked, lol). I liked how he stood up to the fags & took a lot of flack for it in his local area. He also was no pansy or softie re other issues, no “beating around the bush.”

        But I think he is a duped Zio like most of them. And I don’t agree with his war position because I think NK’s Kim is not really out to blow anyone up. Why can we test military weapons but he isn’t allowed? The Zio warmongers are itching for war & he/Kim probably knows it. It could all be a dog & pony show.

      • I think NK’s Kim is not really out to blow anyone up. Why can we test military weapons but he isn’t allowed? The Zio warmongers are itching for war & he/Kim probably knows it. It could all be a dog & pony show.
        =====================================

        Exactly. I agree, at least for now. I had a post on Kim in the drafts saying about the same thing, but I forgot to post it tonight. Maybe tomorrow.

      • Evidently his church IS in downtown Dallas:

        “Located in the heart of downtown … The cornerstone of First Baptist Dallas was laid in 1890 by a small group of believers determined to begin a Baptist church in downtown Dallas. … Led by Dr. Robert Jeffress since 2007…”

        http://www.firstdallas.org/about

        Two photos on that page of the older red brick church & a newer building.

  5. “…they still cannot invent an authentic looking mens hair piece a.k.a rug.
    Either he has a Coonskin on his head or he dyes his own hair.” (Robert)

    If men want to cover their bald spots with animal skins or wigs, who cares.

    Here’s an interesting article on the origin of wig-wearing > to prevent head lice!

    […]
    The royal court, magistrates and those dealing with the law began wearing wigs around the 16th century. The best examples were made from natural human hair, and were quite expensive. The hair of horses and goats was often used as a cheaper alternative. Practically, the 16th-17th century wig was a means of compensating for hair loss or improving one’s personal and hygienic appearance. The unhygienic conditions of the time meant that hair attracted head lice, a problem that could be reduced if natural hair were shaved or shortened (which was the reason the Puritans are often called “roundheads” – a close shave of their hair to their heads) and replaced with a more easily de-loused artificial hairpiece. In popular society they were introduced during the reign of Charles II (1660-1685). By the middle of the 17th century wigs were the universal custom, but faded out of general use later on during George III’s reign (1760-1820).

    In the 18th century, wigs were powdered in order to give them a distinctive appearance of white or off-white color.
    […]
    More here:
    http://www.apuritansmind.com/puritan-worship/wigged-out-why-did-the-puritans-wear-wigs-by-dr-c-matthew-mcmahon/

  6. “Who licenses a Christian church and declares it is authentic? Nobody that I am aware of…” (Robert)

    The Lord Jesus Christ is the head of his own body of believers, aka “the body of Christ” — no human “license” needed for it to be “authentic.” The word “church” is nowhere in the original Greek of the New Testament. The original Greek word is ecclesia which simply means an assembly of people. Believers can gather together anywhere anytime, no “licensed church system” required.

    Matthew 18:20
    For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.

    Colossians 1:18
    And he is the head of the body, the church: who is the beginning, the firstborn from the dead; that in all things HE [not the “church”] might have the preeminence.

    Ephesians 4:15
    But speaking the truth in love, may grow up into him in all things, which is the head, even Christ…

    Ephesians 1:22
    And hath put all things under his feet, and gave him to be the head over all things to the church…

    Ephesians 5:23
    For the husband is the head of the wife, even as Christ is the head of the church…

    Colossians 2:10
    And ye are complete in him, which is the head of all principality and power…

    1 Corinthians 12:27
    Now ye are the body of Christ, and members in particular.

    • To add to your info, Sob, I believe that Jeffress’ church is approved by the Southern Baptist convention, although I haven’t researched it. If his teachings strayed they could cancel their agreement with him, right?

      • I’m no expert on the SBC but I would assume so. I was looking for a “Statement of Faith” or “What We Believe” at Jeffress’ church site but it looks like Wiki has more info about First Baptist Church of Dallas than does their own website: http://www.firstdallas.org/

        Below is what Wiki says re the SBC’s theology & position statements. So I guess, yes, if any Southern Baptist church departed from the SBC “statements of faith,” then they could get booted (ie, agree to homosex, & other “kultural krap” that is not Biblically approved).

        wikipedia dot org/wiki/First_Baptist_Church_(Dallas)
        […]
        Denomination: Southern Baptist Convention
        […]
        Administration:
        Division:
        1. Baptist General Convention of Texas
        2. Southern Baptists of Texas Convention
        […]

        wikipedia dot org/wiki/Southern_Baptist_Convention
        […]
        Theology and practice

        The general theological perspective of the churches of the Southern Baptist Convention is represented in the Baptist Faith and Message (BF&M: wikipedia dot org/wiki/Baptist_Faith_and_Message).
        […]
        Position statements

        In addition to the BF&M, the SBC has also issued the following position statements:
        –Autonomy of local church — Affirms the autonomy of the local church.[11]
        –Cooperation — Identifies the Cooperative Program of missions as integral to the Southern Baptist Convention.[67]
        –Creeds and confessions — Statements of belief are revisable in light of Scripture. The Bible is the final word.[68]
        –Missions — Honors the indigenous principle in missions. The SBC does not, however, compromise doctrine or its identity for missional opportunities.[69]
        –Priesthood of all believers — Laypersons have the same right as ordained ministers to communicate with God, interpret Scripture, and minister in Christ’s name.[70]
        –Sanctity of life — Abortion and many forms of birth control are immoral as life begins at the moment of conception.[71]
        –Sexuality — They affirm God’s plan for marriage and sexual intimacy as a lifetime relationship of one man and one woman. Explicitly, they do not consider homosexuality to be a “valid alternative lifestyle”. They understand the Bible to forbid any form of extra-marital sexual relations.[72]
        –Soul competency — Affirms the accountability of each person before God.[73]
        –Women in ministry — Women are of equal value to men and participate on Southern Baptist boards, faculties, mission teams, writer pools, and professional staffs. However, women are not eligible to serve as pastors.[74]
        […]

        On the same page under Gender-based Roles, it looks like some SB churches have been chastised &/or booted for allowing women pastors (I agree, boot them! I don’t want to be preached to by a female):

        […]
        Autonomous local congregations are not required to adopt male-only pastors as their theological position. Neither the BF&M nor the SBC provides any mechanism to trigger automatic expulsion of congregations that adopt practices or theology contrary to the BF&M.[11] However, going against the SBC’s official gender protocol, defended on biblical grounds, opens a local Baptist congregation to severe criticism and even further penalties. Some SBC churches that have installed women as their pastors have been excluded from membership in their local associations of Baptist churches; a smaller number have been expelled from their state conventions.[82] As individual churches affiliated with the SBC are autonomous, local congregations cannot be compelled to adopt a male-only pastorate.[11]

        The crystallization of SBC positions on gender roles and restrictions of women’s participation in the pastorate contributed to the decision by members now belonging to the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship to break from the SBC in 1991.
        […]

        wikipedia dot org/wiki/Baptist_Faith_and_Message
        […]
        The Baptist Faith and Message (BF&M) is the statement of faith of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC). It summarizes key Southern Baptist thought in the areas of the Bible and its authority, the nature of God as expressed by the Trinity, the spiritual condition of man, God’s plan of grace and salvation, the purpose of the local church, ordinances, evangelism, Christian education, interaction with society, religious liberty, and the family.
        […]

        wikipedia dot org/wiki/Congregational_polity
        […]
        Congregationalist polity, or Congregational polity, often known as congregationalism, is a system of church governance (“ecclesiastical polity”) in which every local church congregation is independent, ecclesiastically sovereign, or “autonomous.”
        […]

        ~~~

        So far I don’t see anything I disagree with, though I’ve read over the years there are a lot of Freemasons in Baptist churches, but also in Episcopal churches (the church of the Bush family), & also in Methodist churches, on & on.

        “Freemasonry & THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION”:
        http://watch-unto-prayer.org/sbc.html

        A newer guest article at the same site re the SBC getting cozy with the fags:

        “THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION & LGBTQ BEDFELLOWS”:
        http://watch.pairsite.com/lgbtq-sbc-erlc.html

      • “I believe Jeffress’ church is approved by the Southern Baptist convention,”

        His church receipts rose from $21.1 million in 2007 to $50.9 million in 2012. With SBC membership declining, does anyone think they would throw his church out?

  7. “in 2010, Jeffress referred to Roman Catholicism as a ‘Satanic’ result of ‘Babylonian mystery religion.'”

    Jeffress probably got that from this well-known book, The Two Babylons, free online. I’ve had a hardback copy since the late 1970s, fascinating!

    “The Two Babylons
    or The Papal Worship Proved to be
    the Worship of Nimrod and His Wife”
    By the Late Rev. Alexander Hislop
    First published as a pamphlet in 1853–greatly expanded in 1858:

    http://www.biblebelievers.com/babylon/

    What the old timers either never realized or purposely left out, is that it was Ancient Israel, who was exiled in Babylon 70 years, who absorbed the “mystery religion” aspects of ancient Egypt & Babylon. It was the unfaithful Israelites who brought forward those heresies.

    ~~~

    • Most people think that the RCC was not “invented” until 325 A.D. by Constantine wherein he combined Christian beliefs with pagan beliefs so he could have all under his rule, the Christians AND the pagans. It’s been downhill ever since.

      Acts 20:29
      For I know this, that after my [Paul’s] departing shall grievous wolves enter in among you, not sparing the flock.

      ~~~

      Catholicism is also the perfect definition of a cult because it puts MEN (pope & priests) between believers & their head who is Christ himself.

      1 Timothy 2:5
      For there is one God, and ONE mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus…

      ~~~

      The RCC is an “Old Testament” religion, most likely created by the same Judaizers/Wolves that Paul warned about incessantly, rather than Constantine, because it clings to everything under the Law of Moses in the OLD Testament, which was EXACTLY what the Judaizers wanted:

      –Circumcision
      –Altars
      –Holy of Holies in the Jewish Temple where God met once per year with the High Priest (RCC: little gold box on Catholic altars where they think Jesus resides in the form of the “Eucharist”)
      –Levitical Priesthood whose service was in the Jewish Temple (RCC: Priests & clerical garb)
      –High Priest, first one was Aaron, Moses’ brother (RCC: pope)
      –Sacrifices required for sins under the Old Testament Jewish system (RCC: “Mass”)
      –Temple Rituals (RCC: Rituals, Rosaries, Stations of the Cross, etc.)
      –Old Testament Feast Days required of Ancient Israel (RCC: Feast Days)
      –Temple washing of hands (RCC: Holy Water)
      –Incense in the Jewish Temple (RCC: ditto)
      –Menorrah in the Temple (RCC: candles)
      –Loaves of Bread in Temple (RCC: communion)
      –Etc. Etc.

      Good thorough discussion here:

      “MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT – CATHOLIC OR JEWISH?”:
      http://watch.pairsite.com/mystery-babylon.html

      Sign me, EX EX EX EX Catholic, NO THANK YOU, I’ll take “LIBERTY IN CHRIST” any day!

      Galatians 5:1
      Stand fast therefore in the LIBERTY wherewith Christ hath made us FREE, and be not entangled again with the yoke of bondage [of the Law of Moses].
      biblegateway dot com/passage/?search=Galatians+5&version=KJV

      • Half & Half: I think he thinks the RCC is solely Pagan-Babylon, whereas I think the RCC is JUDAIZED-Pagan-Babylon.

        In other words, I don’t think Jeffress points out (afaik) the Judaized aspect of the RCC.

        Judaizers were Jewish-believers-in-Christ who could NOT STOMACH the fact that Christ’s sacrifice was SUFFICIENT & that the Law of Moses NO LONGER APPLIED to believers (as Paul taught). They desperately (viciously) wanted everyone, Jew & Gentile, to still hold to the Law in order to be saved. Christ alone was NOT ENOUGH for them.

        Hope that makes sense. 😉

        BTW, I answered further above another of your comments, & forgot & put three live links in it, so it’s probably in your moderation box. Sorry! I did good using dot org vs. live links until the bottom where I forgot & added two more.

      • Criticisms I heard most about Catholicism are God is head of Christianity, not a Pope, and Mary was chosen to give birth to Jesus, nothing more.

        In other words, “Beware of false prophets.”

      • Reply to PJ: Thanks for the Atlantic link, lol, I like the title, got it open now. And thanks for getting the comment out of moderation.

      • Agree w/Wullfe, that’s a two header hit (biggies) right there. Mary is NOT the “co-redemptrix.” Christ’s sinless body was the perfect “sacrificial Lamb,” no assistance from mother needed. Mary was a human born in sin like everyone else & died like everyone else. She was not born of the Holy Spirit like Jesus was. If she was alive today she would be in horror that people pray to HER & think that she has any part in their salvation whatsoever.

        Mary was not a “perpetual virgin” either as she had other kids besides Jesus:

        Matthew 13:55-57:
        “‘Is not this the carpenter’s son? is not his mother called Mary? and his brethren, James, and Joses, and Simon, and Judas? And his sisters, are they not all with us? Whence then hath this man all these things?’ And they were offended in him. But Jesus said unto them, ‘A prophet is not without honour, save in his own country, and in his own house.'”

    • From Sob….”–Priesthood of all believers — Laypersons have the same right as ordained ministers to communicate with God, interpret Scripture, and minister in Christ’s name”.

      This to me is just plain wrong. If we applied this idea to physics, every person in the world could interpret Newtons Laws in any way they chose, and still all are correct.

      Many fakers set up churches and are not prosecuted because there is no law against it. There is no government regulation of people calling themselves a new religion. They usually get tax free status. The US may have more church denominations than the rest of the world put together.

      As far as I am aware, Calvinists and Baptists both believe that wealth on earth is a sign of the blessing of God. This is opposite to most Christian teaching. So people cherry pick the bible and adhere to the bits they like. Marx and Lenin could have done this (New Testament) and found a lot of stuff to support Communism, yet they did not do so. I wonder why? The idea of any God repelled them because they were Jews and they hated Christ. The Masons do not mind, they accept the existence of the Grand Architect or some such name.

      Who wrote the Torah and the New Testament and who translated these documents? Were they all 100% free of error and were their hands always directed by God? Even when passages contradict each other? Such as the wealth on earth is good vs the camel going through the Eye of the Needle?
      “a rich man shall not enter heaven”.

      Orthodox and then RCC are the rock on which all the Christian churches stand. Smash those icons and what is left is a lot of hucksters like Burt Lancaster in “Elmer Gantry”, and the woman he was working for. I am not a fan of Popery at all and was born and raised in the Church of England (since renamed of course as part of Cuckstianity). Yet I would not call Popery people satanists.

      What about these alleged pastors on TV, who invade the whole world with their US cults? I have seen them and most are fakers and crooks in my opinion. They are very certain; there is no doubt about that. Eastern Europe is full of US Pentecostal churches.

      Philosopher’s advice worldwide always stands alone and can be accepted or rejected – their ideas of a life well lived vary wildly. This includes a lot of Eastern ideas like Confucianism. All religious writing is said to be commanded by God, or even written directly by God (or angels) on stone or metal plates, thus it is never in error. I do not know if Buddha is a God or not and the same for many other Oriental religions, I am speaking about One God based Christianity, Muslims and Jews mostly. If there is no God, and Jesus was only human or did not exist, then all religious writing is false. So I tend to prefer philosophers for that reason, it seems more honest to me. I would prefer that Christianity is true, I am not against and not an atheist. I am an agnostic. As a sceptic/cynic I am a fan of both Ecclesiastes and Omar Khayyam.

  8. I wouldn’t be surprised if North Korea was just a set on a back lot at Universal Studios. I don’t buy this conflict as ‘natural’.

    • Haha, I wouldn’t doubt it either. (((They))) have been making movies for over 100 years. Why not make “history” just as easily? Moon Landing. 9/11 fake planes, etc.

      If Cecil B. DeMille could “part the Red Sea” using a bathtub of water & blowing strong air through the middle of it to “part the sea,” it’s plausible Kimmie-the-Commie could be a “tub of hot air” as well.

      One New Age “insider” predicted 36-years-ago a dangerous bumping heads with the Korean peninsula near the end of the era:

      “A hair-raising nuclear confrontation in Korea may, towards the end of the period, threaten man’s very survival.”
      –Peter Lemesurier, “The Armageddon Script”, p. 223, 1981.

      …Meaning, it likely was all planned in advance.

      (The book is still sold at Amazon.)

      • I’ll bet you poll 100 Walmart Americans and 99 of them will say Schindler’s list is non-fiction.

        Members of my poor excuse for a family believes Emma Lazarus’ slogan on the statue of liberty is part of our Constitution. Not a joke.

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