Therefore, we are ambassadors for Christ, God making his appeal through us. We implore you on behalf of Christ, be reconciled to God. -- 2Corinthians 5:20 (ESV)
The New Apostolic Reformation believes in a teaching called the Seven Mountain Mandate. This heretical theology says the church must prepare the earth and facilitate the second coming of Christ by conquering seven cultural mountains. No, I am not kidding. Perhaps the most visible mountain they exert their influence on is government, or politics. The reality is even those who may not believe they are active NAR espouse the same beliefs because the majority of the churches teach and encourage the worship of this country. There was actually a preacher this month destroying all of his "Nike" property, during a sermon, because they announced Colin Kaepernick for a new advertising campaign. Franklin Graham, who makes close to a million dollars per year in salaries from his "charities" declared recently that God thinks attempted rape is not relevant.
That is not a nuanced point beloved. It is quite crucial and central to this discussion. As the key verse points out, God has made us His ambassadors here on earth. He makes His appeal through us to the lost world. Is that message vote conservative? No. Is it Republican or democrat? No. Is it Make America Great Again? No. Our appeal is simple. We implore you on behalf of Christ to reconcile yourself to God. It is not about this world even if the NAR adherents worship it. They like living in Babylon. They have the control of the media processed church. They control the money bag. They will and are actively paving the way for the mark of the beast and the end times one world religion.
When the NAR stares at the cultural mountain of government the golden calf they dance around is the elimination of Roe vs. Wade. I am not here to debate or discuss the returning of abortion to the state level. The point is that in the pursuit of this dream, Christians still have a duty to the ambassadorship Christ has called us into. God is not Machiavellian. He does care more about the means than the ends. Consider these words from the Book of Job:
Hear now my argument and listen to the pleadings of my lips. Will you speak falsely for God and speak deceitfully for him? Will you show partiality toward him? Will you plead the case for God? Will it be well with you when he searches you out? Or can you deceive him, as one deceives a man? He will surely rebuke you if in secret you show partiality. Will not his majesty terrify you, and the dread of him fall upon you? Your maxims are proverbs of ashes; your defenses are defenses of clay. -- Job 13: 6-12 (ESV)
Yet every day we see Christo-political operatives speaking falsely for God, showing partiality, and speaking deceitfully for Him. His majesty no longer terrifies them because they have subsisted for too long on a diet of spoiled milk and sloppy agape theology. Enter into this landscape Brett Kavanaugh. Another deliciously conservative appointee to the Supreme Court. The apostate church that advises President Trump is positively giddy with the prospects of having Kavanaugh join Neil Gorsuch. Just when it looked like he would speed walk to confirmation a woman from his past raised her hand and said, "me too." Christine Blasey Ford came forward to accuse Kavanaugh of attempted rape when they were both teenagers. The Republican Party went nuts and the NAR imploded. Not at the fact that someone accused of such debauchery could have been confirmed for the highest court in the land. They are collectively outraged that some upstart woman would do this to their judicial messiah. They tried everything to discredit Dr. Ford or disqualify her accusations. Franklin Graham tried to brush it away with the "they were only teenagers" defense. Larry Tomczak likened these allegations to the Salem Witch Trials. Then there is Dr. Michael Brown, known now for his prodigious water-carrying for the current administration. In the article linked above, Dr. Brown tries the argument that your past sins should not disqualify you. Let us reason together beloved, as ambassadors for Christ:
"Supreme Court nominee Brent Kavanaugh has been accused of sexually assaulting a woman more than 35 years ago, a charge which he "categorically and unequivocally" denies. Also implicated in the charge was Kavanaugh's teen friend at that time, Mark Judge, who also denies the accusation. But what if the charges are true? Do they disqualify Kavanaugh today? To be perfectly clear, an accusation is just that: an accusation. It is not proof of guilt. And despite our desire to give alleged #MeToo victims the benefit of the doubt, Justice Kavanaugh remains innocent until proven guilty." -- Dr. Michael Brown