Brethren, the “Worship” of BLM worldwide is indicative of the state of the world in which we live. This Scripture sums this up perfectly:
Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter.(Isaiah 5:20)
I have written many articles on Black Lives Matter. I have embedded videos of the leaders of this group, in which they admit that they are “Trained Marxists.”
I can think of a few reasons why much of the world exalts this Marxist organization:
- People are unaware of the fact that BLM is MARXIST
- Supporters of BLM are afraid of this group and therefore support them
- Supporters of BLM are aware of its Marxist agenda and AGREE with it
The Polish national football team refused to take a knee for Black Lives Matter ahead of their match with England this week, while the English players knelt as usual.
The incident took place just prior to Poland match against the English team at Wembley stadium in London this week for a World Cup qualifier match, ahead of the 2022 World Cup set to take place in Qatar.
While Polish players were seen kneeling and making the sign of the cross as they made their way onto the pitch, these were gestures of Christian piety rather than deference to BLM.
Instead of taking a knee with the English players when the time came to signal “solidarity” with the movement, the Polish players pointed to “Respect” badges on their sleeves. The move comes just a day after members of the Czech Republic’s national side also refused to take a knee ahead of their qualifier match with San Marino, newspaper Tygodnik Solidarność reports.
Zbigniew Boniek, president of the Polish Football Association, had previously commented on the gesture of taking a knee saying, “I am absolutely against such action. This is populism because nothing follows. Footballers sometimes kneel, and if some of them are asked why they kneel, they wouldn’t even know.”
Former Polish national goalkeeper Jan Tomaszewski criticised the gesture, saying: “I can say with full responsibility that I would not kneel,” and added: ” In our history, we had no reason to, why we should do it now?”
“This symbiosis of politics with sport was, is and will be. We have an example of the fact that heads of state appear at national team matches, and this is symbiosis. Such protests are vain talk. Deeds count, not gestures,” he said.
The protest comes after members of the Norwegian national side donned T-shirts before their game with Gibraltar criticising the host nation Qatar over alleged human rights abuses.
The T-shirts bore the phrase “Human Rights. On and off the pitch,” and come as many Norwegian football clubs have called on the country to boycott the 2022 World Cup entirely.
In February, a report in the Guardian suggested that as many as 6,500 migrant workers have died in Qatar since 2011 when the country confirmed it would be hosting the World Cup.
Brethren, this world has indeed gone mad – or put another way, Satan is having his way in the minds and hearts of the lost.
They have no protection from the evil one. Their minds are fully open to receive his lies. It’s like they are walking, talking zombies.
I am the only one in my family who is a believer. I was able to lead my dad in prayer to the Throne of Grace the very night he died.
But the rest of my family consider me a lunatic for believing there is a God (worshiping Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior) and for my Conservative political views.
I’m sure there are many reading this who can empathize – those who are treated like outcasts in their families.
We must remember this passage of Scripture:
Suppose ye that I am come to give peace on earth? I tell you, Nay; but rather division: For from henceforth there shall be five in one house divided, three against two, and two against three. The father shall be divided against the son, and the son against the father; the mother against the daughter, and the daughter against the mother; the mother in law against her daughter in law, and the daughter in law against her mother in law. (Luke 12: 51-53)