SPIRITUAL WARFARE: ‘Satan Shoes’ Creators Take Aim at Chick-fil-A; Selling $6.66 Sandwiches on Sunday

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My warning once again! Spiritual Warfare is hot and heavy and it is going to get worse! The Church in America needs to wake up and put on the armor of God and go forth carrying out The Great Commission! Wake up Pastors!!!!! This is no Sunday School picnic! Prepare your people! Help Me Understand: Spiritual Warfare—The Devil

What does the body of Christ not understand about THE GREAT COMMISSION? IT IS A COMMAND, TO GO! GO!

Years ago at the Time to Revive Revival in Asheville, NC it was spoken over me and confirmed by the Lord that I was to be a Watchman on the Wall! That is exactly what the LORD has done with me for the past several years, 24 years now. Everyday the Spiritual condition of the world slips further into hell. Jesus has told us what to do! What are you doing about it? A “Watchman” pastor is one who has committed to watch what goes on in the culture, pray for wisdom to engage the culture and sound the alarm of perceived cultural transgressions from the pulpit. That is what the LORD has commanded me to be!

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Jesse T. Jackson

The controversial, Brooklyn-based art collective MSCHF recently known for designing and selling Lil Nas X-inspired “Satan Shoes” that allegedly contained a drop of human blood in the sole, is now taking aim at the Christian-owned fast food restaurant Chick-fil-A.

MSCHF sold out of the 666 custom-modified Nike satanic shoes within a matter of hours. The shoes featured satanic symbols, including a pentagram, the number 666, and a Bible verse referencing Satan (Luke 10:18). MSCHF was later ordered by a judge to stop selling the shoe after Nike filed a restraining order against them for modifying and reselling Nike’s Air Max 97 shoe without permission, which is a trademark infringement. Nike claimed customers had started boycotting the shoe company because they believed Nike was involved with MSCHF’s project. More Here

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