Joy Behar, of the View, Mocks VP Pence Christian Faith
As the Trump Administration enters the second year of its Administration, many have become keenly aware of the names of President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence. Our Vice President has demonstrated his bold faith as a Christian throughout his leadership. What is a shock to witness, is to see people mock and criticize the Vice President for his faith in Jesus Christ.
As a former White House staff member, Omarosa Manigault recently shared her opinion during an episode of Celebrity Big Brother. “As bad as ya’ll think Trump is, you would be worried about Pence”. She continues to share her thoughts of Vice President Pence becoming President. “We would be begging for days of Trump back if Pence became President”. She then turned her attention to his faith. “He’s extreme. I’m Christian. I love Jesus, but he thinks Jesus tells him to say things that are like. I’m like, Jesus didn’t say that”.
Omarosa was not the only one who expressed their criticism of Vice President Mike Pence. Outspoken personality, Joy Behar, from ABC’s The View, also expressed her thoughts on the matter. “It’s one thing to talk to Jesus; it’s another thing when Jesus talks to you”. She adds, “that’s called mental illness if I’m not correct”. These comments came in response to Omarosa’s comments on Celebrity Big Brother. According to Fox News, ABC News is receiving an overwhelming amount of complaints: “more than 25,000 phone calls”. She would never say this against Islam. The reality is, Jesus separates between what is truth and what is a lie. Jesus Christ is perfect theology.
To hear the voice of Jesus Christ is not a surprise nor it is a shock to those who follow Him. As Jesus said in John 10:27, “My sheep listen to my voice; I know them, and they follow me.” We serve a God that does speak. If you’ve been a Christian for a long time, and never knew that, you can hear His voice today.
From Enjoying Viewing Beheadings to Finding Love in Jesus, Testimony
The world watched as brutal acts of savagery and evil were routinely carried out under the flag of ISIS and Radical Islam throughout the Middle East and the United States. Can you imagine someone being a part of that and coming to Jesus Christ? This is the very reality that happened in one woman’s life.
As she shares, her youth was troubled with anger and pain. “I was hurting a lot, and I hurt people because of it. I tried to kill myself three times.” She wanted to go to Syria. “I hated people who weren’t Muslim”. She was strongly drawn to acts of death and murder. “I loved to see people dying. I loved to see them bleeding. I would see videos of decapitation and loved it.”
In her zeal to prove Christians that they were wrong, she began reading the Bible. She soon found out that she was the one that was wrong. “The Grace of Jesus Christ started to touch me. I was reading things, like ‘pray for your enemies.’” It was through this journey that she gave her life to Jesus Christ. Her family responded by ignoring her. “This is where persecution started. They didn’t talk to me. They stopped talking to me.” Because of this, she would simply remain in her room and read the Bible, for months. She knew that she was not alone, but that Holy Spirit was with her. After being rejected by her family, she knows that she has been brought into a greater family, the Body of Christ all throughout the world.
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