Prominent local pastor and author Max Lucado got down on his knees Sunday in San Antonio to beg forgiveness for his and his white ancestors’ acts of racism and inaction.
When I watched Joel Osteen parading himself through the streets at a Black Lives Matter protest riot last month, I really thought that the pusillanimous evangelical community could not sink any lower. A tip of the hat to hardcore Laodicean Max Lucado for proving me wrong. Max Lucado didn’t just march with the Marxist Black Lives Matter, he got on his knees and begged the BLM domestic terrorists to forgive him for a lifetime of Christian white supremacy.
“And unto the angel of the church of the Laodiceans write; These things saith the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God; I know thy works, that thou art neither cold nor hot: I would thou wert cold or hot. So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth.” Revelation 3:14-16 (KJB)
In a world that is dying and going to Hell, Laodiceans like Joel Osteen, Max Lucado and all the others have no time to preach the gospel of the grace of God.
No, instead they are pandering political hacks whose only concern is the preservation of their meal ticket. They preach the deadly ‘love gospel’ while cozying up to whatever is popular at the moment.
Hey, Max Lucado, racism is a terrible thing, but guess what? The Christian church that Jesus Christ shed His blood for is not now racist and has never been racist. Your attempts to attach ‘white guilt’ and the label of ‘systemic racism’ to the Christian church is, well, unforgivable. You do realize that in your rather lengthy prayer you just called all Christians racists, right? Well said Jesus Christ of you and your ilk in Revelation 3 whilst speaking of the lukewarm Laodicean church. Enjoy the spue.
Laodicean Pastor Max Lucado asks forgiveness for Christian white supremacy
FROM SAN ANTONIO REPORT: “I am sorry that I have been silent. I am sorry that my head has been buried in the sand,” Lucado said. “My brothers and sisters are hurting and I am sorry. I have made them to feel less than. I did not help. I did not hear. I did not see. I did not understand.”
Organizers estimated that roughly 3,000 people of all faiths attended the emotional “park-and-pray” event at Freeman Coliseum Sunday evening to follow local faith leaders in prayer to eliminate racism and the coronavirus. At least 23,000 more were watching online.
The Oak Hills Church pastor’s prayer comes amid Black Lives Matter protests and calls for racial equity across the nation. Lucado spoke candidly about the “sin” of racism in and outside of the Church.
“YOUR CHURCH, YOUR PASTORS, HAVE BROKEN YOUR HEART BY FAVORING ONE SKIN COLOR OVER ANOTHER – OH, LORD GOD, HAVE MERCY ON OUR SOULS. … HOW DARE WE? … HOW THAT MUST NAUSEATE YOU, O LORD,” HE SAID, ADDING THAT THOSE SINS EXTEND TO BROWN SKIN AND THAT HE HIMSELF HAS COMMITTED THEM. “THE WORD ‘WETBACK’ HAS FOUND ITS WAY ON MY LIPS, TOO,” HE SAID. “FOR THAT, I’M SO VERY SORRY. WOULD YOU PLEASE, O LORD, BRING A NEW DAY.”
The program was livestreamed at PraySA.org and on Facebook. People in cars tuned in to local radio station 93.9 FM and were encouraged to text their prayers to 210-791-0193. A second event is scheduled for next Sunday, Aug. 16.
In 2016 Lucado was one of the first evangelical pastors to criticize then-presidential candidate Donald Trump. He made headlines In December when he adapted the story of Mary, Joseph, and Jesus’ escape to Egypt from the book of Matthew as that of a family on a journey through Mexico, fleeing violence from cartels.
Peter Rockwood, who attends Lucado’s church as well as Cross Mountain Church, said he and his wife have been attending church during the pandemic but wanted to participate in this “unprecedented” gathering of diverse faiths and backgrounds. READ MORE
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Mixed in with all the ‘white guilt’ and decrying the ‘systemic racism’ of the Christian church, you can watch Max Lucado steal the promises to God made to Israel in 2 Chronicles 7:14 and apply them to America in 2020.