Sean Feaucht is a Christian singer who, during the chaos of 2020, founded “Let Us Worship.” That four focused on taking Christian worship services across the country at a time when the governments of many states were still trying to shut down worship services to “slow the spread” during lockdowns.
And now his faith tour has been labeled “dangerous” by the media, with a newspaper in Idaho, of all places, going after him and his allies. The paper attempted to smear Feucht by calling Feucht and his allies “dangerous activists” and “charlatans.” claiming that they want to “inject their brand of Christianity into government.”
Feucht, speaking about the matter to Fox News Digital, said that the Idaho newspaper is right, in one respect: faithful Christians are indeed “dangerous” to the ruling regime and culture because such Christians are a “threat” to a fallen culture’s values. “Well, I think they’re absolutely correct,” Feucht said.
Speaking about what local governments have done to stop his tour from proceeding or performing, he said that everything imaginable has happened to him and his team, from harassment and attacks on their property to unjust fines to being assaulted by Satanists.
“We’ve gotten fined and persecuted. We’ve had Satanists throw blood on us. We’ve had to throw our gear into the river. We’ve had superglue poured on all of our equipment. We’ve had our generators unplugged. We’ve had permits revoked last minute for no explanation. We’ve encountered pretty much any different kind of resistance you can imagine over the last few years,” he said.
That’s when he explained why his tour is working, saying that the resistance faced from Antifa communists and open Satanists shows that his faith-based tour is working at helping push back against a degenerate culture. He said, “I think that when you see thousands of Christians show up to the state capitol, and you have Satanists there, you have the drag queens there, you have sometimes Antifa there, and you have all this resistance – Why is there so much resistance to the church getting outside of the four walls? They want to keep the church in the four walls. But the moment that we take a stand, and we take accountability for our state capitals, it’s a threat to them.”
He also noted that his experience shows that the church is continuing to face attacks and persecution after the end of Covid, saying,”It really shows you that there is a group of people with an ideology that hate what we experience, that hate the church coming awake and coming alive. This is not the pre-COVID church. This is the post-COVID church. We understand that our liberties are at stake. We understand the power of what the government can do to shut us down. And so this is a time for us to rise up in boldness. And I was actually glad that they wrote that.”
And he commented on the hypocrisy of the left, with the church being accused of being “dangerous” as BLM and Antifa burn down city blocks, saying, “I think it’s funny that papers like that don’t say anything when city blocks are burned down or rioting is happening. But they accuse the church—I mean, if you saw the videos of that event, it was very peaceful and joyful. And so that’s their version of dangerous, I would say we need more of that.”
And the campaign of resistance has, to some extent, started making waves. Now thousands are showing up to show their faith and support for governments acting based on Christian preferences: “But what we’ve seen is it’s been incredibly powerful….As the church gathers on the steps of every state capitol, it’s starting to make waves. It’s starting to make noise. People are starting to realize, wow, the church is not asleep in Idaho. You know, the church is not asleep in Washington. We had almost 6,000 Christians show up on the Capitol steps of Olympia, Washington. There’s a lot of people in America that didn’t know there were 6,000 Christians that live there. It’s just been really, really powerful.”
Featured image credit: By Gage Skidmore, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=113800513
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