American History is teeming with patriots who stepped down from their pulpits and into some form of governmental service. Even 29 of the signers of the Declaration of Independence were theologians or pastors. And all across Colonial America, ministers condemned the British crown and preached liberation. These traitorous clerics were dubbed, “The Black Robe Regiment,” by King George.
Jump forward 237 years and we have E. W. Jackson, a candidate for Virginia lieutenant-governor. Jackson is the pastor of Exodus Faith Ministries, and I’m sure he anticipates being another link in the long chain of missionary statesmen.
In the past, Jackson has decreed his environmental policies concerning our becoming good stewards of the Earth. He exposed climate change as a hoax with the prodigious words:
“As if God’s gonna let mankind destroy the planet with SUV’s. It’s silly, when you think about it.”
Jackson has courageously stood before a green screen with photos of the great African American leaders: Martin Luther King Jr., George Washington Carver, Frederick Douglass, and Harriett Tubman to uncover Planned Parenthood as a doppelganger of the KKK.
Now, Betsy Woodruff discloses her findings from Jackson’s tome: Ten Commandments To An Extraordinary Life. I’m certain his political team are already combing it for the candidate’s formal policies. Here are three of my suggestions based on Woodruff’s excerpts:
Regardless of our claims of independence and liberty, we must remember that our welfare is dependent upon an unholy governance:
“Satan benefits far more from people who do not know they serve him than from those who knowingly bow to him. Your spirit was made for attachment. It is either attached to God or to Satan, but it is not neutral, no matter how much people think themselves to be.”
Jackson’s economic policy should mirror none other than God’s economic stimulus package:
“Those who are in Christ are on the winning side. Part of what must happen during this period of great harvest for the kingdom of God is a massive wealth transfer. It is not going to happen by theft or governmental policy. It is going to happen supernaturally. Those invested in God’s market are going to reap a windfall. Make up your mind now to buy in.”
Also, forget the “Axis of Evil.” Jackson instead focuses on terrorist number one. His name is Satan, and he uses Trojan-horses like Yoga to infiltrate our spiritual borders:
“When one hears the word meditation, it conjures an image of Maharishi Yoga talking about finding a mantra and striving for nirvana. . . . The purpose of such meditation is to empty oneself. . . . [Satan] is happy to invade the empty vacuum of your soul and possess it. That is why people serve Satan without ever knowing it or deciding to, but no one can be a child of God without making a decision to surrender to him. Beware of systems of spirituality which tell you to empty yourself. You will end up filled with something you probably do not want.”
Let freedom ring!