God’s Calling to Sarah Palin: A Pipeline to the Rapture
QUESTIONS: What’s this I hear about Sarah Palin’s religion — is it as scary as it sounds? And is this really any of our business?
ANSWERS: Yes, and yes. As a rule, when a governor believes that she is on a mission from God (her state having been prophesied to be the refuge state during the end times) and that it is God’s will for her to drill for oil and gas to meet the needs of the apocalypse, it’s both scary and our business to know about it, particularly when that politician may be contemplating the presidency.
Sarah is a Pentecostal and belongs to the Wasilla Bible Church, said to be less extreme than her former church, the Wasilla Assembly of God. Both churches follow a literal translation of the Bible. Their views include the belief that church and state work together toward one destiny, which is to serve God’s purpose. As such, politicians — from mayors, to governors, to the president of the United States — are representatives of God, not the people. Wasilla Bible Church draws 800-1000 worshippers each Sunday. Among their ministries are the Jews for Jesus program (which advocates converting Jews to Christianity, see video, below) and the Focus on Family conference (which promotes, among other things, curing or, as they prefer to call it, ‘overcoming’ homosexuality through the Love Won Out program).
BELOW, Governor Sarah Palin speaks at her former church, the Wasilla Assembly of God, before the Master Commission Students. Following are a few pertinent quotes from her speech.
(2:06) Here, Sarah calls on the congregation to pray for the $30 billion gas pipeline in Alaska:
God’s will has to be done in unifying people and companies to get that gas-line built, so pray for that.
(3:47) Here, Sarah calls for prayer over the soldiers being sent by our national leaders to Iraq, as they fulfill “a task that is from God”:
Our national leaders are sending them out on a task that is from God. That’s what we have to make sure that we’re praying for, that there is a plan, and that that plan is Gods’ plan.
(6:16) Here, Sarah speaks on the role of Alaska’s oil and gas in the prophecy:
And this is what I want to pray over you guys, too, that the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of Glory, may give to you a spirit of wisdom and of revelation in the knowledge of him and that spirit of revelation also including a spirit of prophecy that God’s gonna tell you what is going on, and what is going to go on, and you guys are gonna have that within you, and it’s just going to bubble up, and bubble over, and it’s gonna pour out thoroughout the State of Alaska — again, good, good things in store for the State of Alaska. Let us pray for God’s will to be done here, for all of your destinies to be met in this state. There’s been so many words over the State of Alaska — we being the head, not the tail — and I see things now in the works, it seems like things are — that’s coming to fruition — that things are percolating, that things are coming along, and — just praying for an outpouring of God’s spirit here, for that revival to be here in Alaska.
BELOW, in Part 2 of the above speech, both the current and former pastors of the Wasilla Assembly of God join Sarah in speaking on the prophecy and God’s will in the State of Alaska, believed by the church to be one of the “refuge states” during the last days. Following are pertinent quotes from the video.
(1: 05) Here, the pastor offers comments on (former pastor) Paul Reilly’s prayer for Sarah — an answered prayer, whereby Sarah was made governor, so that she could “do this next step”:
This is awesome, making a prophetic declaration and then unfolds the kingdom of god. You know, and so there’s the prophetic call.
(1:25) Here, the pastor continues speaking on prophecy, Alaska and Sarah Palin, as he declares it God’s will to tap into the natural resources of Alaska, with the belief that Alaska is one of the “refuge states,” where hundreds of thousands will flock during the last days.
I want you to please pray for Sarah, for Governor Sarah– there were some things about the natural resources, about the state, there were some things that God wants to tap into to be a refuge for the lower 48 –and I believe that Alaska’s one of the refuge states, come on you guys, in the last days, and hundreds of thousands of people are going to come to the state to seek refuge, and the church has to be ready to minister to them. Amen? So could you pray for our governor and what she’s requested?
by Mantis Katz, for the canarypapers