Monday, August 8, 2016

That prophetess calls upon you to REPENT

Mike and Cindy Jacobs
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I admit it. Cindy Jacobs pisses me off. It's not just that she traffics in homophobia and it's not just that she claims to be a prophet that maddens me. It is the fact that so many people actually believe that she is a prophet that causes me to become unglued. It is mind boggling but I have to admit that it is a very successful “long con.” Today: “Cindy Jacobs Calls Nation to Urgent Three Days of Prayer to Revoke Enemy's Power.” Urgent? Oh my. The piece continues:
Generals International's Mike and Cindy Jacobs issued an urgent call to prayer this week. The prophetic couple invited every believer in the United States to fast and pray for the next three days.

"Placing ourselves under the blood of the Lamb of God and as the Spirit of God leads, let us do the following: repent of our national sin, renounce the same, revoke the enemy's power over the nation and rededicate America to God," the Jacobs said.

For Monday, August 8, the couple called for the nation to repentance and renunciation:
It is a long list. At its end:
  • Repent of the rampant sexual sin: pornography, sex trafficking, forced public acceptance of alternate forms of sexuality by the government, and immorality in general. Pray and meditate on 1 Thessalonians 4:3-5 and 1 Corinthians 6:13-20.
  • We also need to renounce the above activities and agree for the breaking and cancellation of every curse that became active as a result of the above activities.
I did not know that the government was forcing people to be gay or transgender. Nor, for that matter, did I know that Christians believe in curses. I wonder what effect curses have and how their presence is diagnosed. Can I place a curse on Jacobs—or Tony Perkins for that matter? Is there some magic incantation involved in invoking curses?
On Tuesday, August 9, they ask for believers to revoke demonic strongholds that may have established thrones across the United States.
Nor did I know that demonic strongholds establish thrones. I wonder what those look like. Are they elaborate chairs or is this just a metaphor for evil?

This all seems so spectacularly silly and stupid as superstition. It amazes me that people do not see it as such.

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