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  • Aulii

    I could have taken Billy Crone’s response to the lady who asked a question about taking the vaccine so they can keep ministering out of context but he said God doesn’t reward disobedience or half obedience. I took his response as taking the vaccine is being disobedient and it sounded like he was condemning her or any Christian for that matter for taking the vaccine. We know this vaccine is not the mark of the beast where in the Bible does it say taking a vaccine (other than the mark) is a sin? I have not nor do I plan on taking this vaccine and I am a faithful believer but I feel his response was out of line. He was there to teach not condemn. Our God is loving, merciful, and forgiving and its up to each Christian whether or not to take this vaccine. Now more than ever we should be loving one another and if we as Christians are putting others down for taking the vaccine we are doing exactly what the enemy wants which is to destroy us. God is love we should perpetuate just that.

    • Bunny

      I took it that he was speaking directly about compromise, not the actual jab itself. Compromise or partial obedience or disobedience when you do something/anything because you are not trusting the Lord. He answered and then he elaborated. I have listened to Billy for a long time and especially through all of this deception, and I have never heard him say one time that this is a salvation issue or even a sin. I heard what he said just as you did, but I feel maybe you might have misunderstood his intent. Just my 2 cents.

    • margret

      I personally did not take his response that way. What I got from it is that compromise itself is sin, not taking the shot. If you compromise to continue on with as much of a normal life as possible, you are not placing your faith in God and anything that is not of faith is sin. Perhaps I am giving him too much leniency, but that is how I heard his response. Not that getting the shot is sinful. All 3 of these pastors are against is for various reasons and all 3 have said they do not condemn anybody who does.

  • Debra Wilson

    What do we say to those who, out of ignorance, took the vaccine? I think we need to emphasize the fact that God makes provision for those who have, in ignorance, were vaccinates. I think we must be very Spirit led in gently stating the truth about the vaccine without being condemnatory or judgmental.

  • Mark Thomas

    G’day from Australia Tom and family, thank you for putting up the videos for the latest conference. I really appreciate it as it can sometimes be difficult to access this sort of information online. God bless all of you and even so,come Lord Jesus.

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