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  • Will Pastor Zeke "Reveal His Vulnerabilities" Like Other Preachers

    A recent fad in preaching is for the preacher to cry about something or open up about his inadequacies or insecurities. I can assure you Pastor Zeke has never done this in his Sunday sermon and I don't expect he ever will.

    Pastor Zeke is strong and forceful, not "sensitive." He will save our souls be telling us the truth about sin and salvation. At Landover Baptist, we don't need a whimpering weeping pansy of a preacher.

    How to be more vulnerable without freaking out your church | Voice (christianpost.com)
    Isaiah 24:1-3 Behold, the LORD maketh the earth empty (2)...as the taker of usury, so with the giver of usury to him. (3) The land shall be utterly emptied, and utterly spoiled: for the LORD hath spoken his word.

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    Re: Will Pastor Zeke "Reveal His Vulnerabilities" Like Other Preachers

    I have to say, for me, the most memorable moments in Church are when the Pastor takes a vulnerable person up on stage and breaks them down in front of everybody. Not to criticize Zeke but for my tithing money I prefer the way Benny Hill selects the sick, elderly and kids. I love the powerful feeling afterwards - like I myself am Jesus Christ for a few minutes or hours - until it wears off and I need more.

    If I have seen further, it is by standing on the heads of others.


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      Re: Will Pastor Zeke "Reveal His Vulnerabilities" Like Other Preachers

      Pastor Ezekiel does have one major flaw: He is far too modest.

      With the possible exceptions of Jesus and Donald Trump, nobody who has ever walked the Earth has served God or his followers nearly as well as has our own Pastor Ezekiel. Whether you measure by persons born again, by sinners rebuked, by godly marriages protected from homosexual "marriages," by illegal immigrants reported to ICE, by tax dollars reduced for the wealthy job creator class, by negroes not allowed to own property in our community, by Jews reduced to tears over their guilt for killing Jesus, by Muslim children killed so they won't grow up and become terrorists, by nubile young Filipino boys saved from poverty by taking jobs as the pastor's pool boys, or by vaccine doses not taken, Pastor Zeke comes out on top. And let us not deny his great personal charm and good looks.

      Pastor Ezekiel is a great pastor, a great Christian, a great American, and a friend to all who value traditional, male-dominated, white Christian values. Yet, for all this, he never flaunts his wealth or status or Godliness except as necessary to set an example for people to aspire to.
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