|Malusi Gigaba - Minister of Home Affairs in South Africa|
After meeting with other government officials, Minister Gigaba made it clear yesterday that I will NOT be banned from entering South Africa. He may have thrown the “LGBT” perverts a bone by saying he will explore other options, but if he was going to ban me from the country, he would have done it months ago. A typical politician, Gigaba talks out of both sides of his mouth. He’s basically stringing them along, but he knows he cannot legally ban me, because the same laws that supposedly give the Sodomites rights also protect my religious views.
Gigaba also said he will be “limiting” my visit. By saying I will be limited, he is just saying that I won’t be allowed to preach against homosexuality. Well, guess what? I was never planning on it. This event is a soul-winning marathon—a mission trip. We’ve already had several soul-winning marathons here in the U.S., which have been all about spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ. We go door-to-door and tell people how to get to Heaven using the Romans road and other verses such as John 3:16. Not only are we spreading the good news, but we are training locals on how to effectively do the same. As for so-called Christians who are against this event, I question their salvation. What born-again Christian would object to people being reached with the gospel?
The media says we are coming to spread hate, when in reality, we are bringing a message of love. This is not some kind of anti-Sodomite protest or hate rally. We are bringing the gospel of Jesus Christ. People who are reprobates only want to talk about my preaching against Sodomy, which is not the focus of my ministry. I didn’t write the book of Leviticus or the book of Romans—God did. It’s God they hate.
“The world cannot hate you; but me it hateth, because I testify of it, that the works thereof are evil.” John 7:7
Don’t misunderstand me--I am not criticizing the people of South Africa in general. I realize that there are many Bible-believing Christians there as well as other normal people who believe in freedom of speech and want me to be allowed to enter the country. In fact, 70 percent of people that they polled thought that I should be allowed to visit, so most people are on the right side of this issue.
I am thankful to have a lot of listeners in South Africa who have been an encouragement to me during this time. If you are a Bible-believing Christian in South Africa, I hope to see you at the soul-winning marathon on September 18th. You will have to participate in the soul-winning in order to find out the undisclosed location of the preaching service, but maybe this is God’s way of getting you out soul-winning! God bless you all, and thank you for your support.
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