Mississippi Police Fine Christians $500 For Listening to Sermons While Parked in Their Cars (VIDEO)

Police officers in Greenville, Mississippi fined Christians $500 this week for attending a drive-in church service in a parking lot. The Christians were parked in their cars with the windows rolled up, but the police fined them for violating the state’s ‘stay-at-home’ order. “The police in Greenville, MS went to Temple Baptist Church this evening…

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    • He is out of line, and the tickets will probably be dropped in court unless the judge and chief of police share an agenda. I say, get used to it. Seen at least 6 incidents this week.
      There are great Christian cops, and respectful patriot cops out there, and those also who don’t care either way, but where there are any individuals with authority, who hate God and Christians, they are taking full advantage of this pandemic to go after Christians and conservatives in general. That is happening all over the world. Pastors in America being threatened, arrested, fined, church attendees too. There are 2 ways to look at it. Many people in general are extremely scared right now. Police are called when someone is walking alone, mask-less. A lost person looks at people going into church, and feels like Christians don’t care if they are spreading the virus that is killing people and “stealing jobs”. Those folks were complying with the current precautions in their town, but some churches are meeting indoors, when they have the option of livestreaming. If my lost neighbor is scared, what will happen to my testimony and ability to witness to her if I disregard the restrictions? Is that really the best “hill to die on, so to speak?” Each being fully persuaded. The testimony in this article us, worship is that crucial to these Christians, to find a way to obey a civil edict and still worship together. This is “soft persecution” but the enemies of God are growing bolder. It will get worse. What bothers me is the degree of willful ignorance/ denial going on. Too many are not ready. When you have a blog like yours and mine and others, and you see the Tribulation bearing down, it is conflicting and frustrating. We are ready and eager to go, but I almost feel uncaring because I want off this sinking ship, yet frustrated because I’ve tried for years to warn people. I have had experiences so calculated by satan to derail me, and I have definitely had my Juniper Tree moments. It has been a time, of late, of recognizing that we may be see more of the groundwork for the tribulation than I at one time expected, but as the years pass, I am not surprised by much anymore.

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