Kanye West is going from the big stage at Joel Osteen’s Lakewood Church to a truly massive one — this time they’ll be teaming up to fill Yankee Stadium to the brim
Well, we told you this was coming when we first started reporting on the the Kanye West deception back in October. We told you that a partnership with Joel Osteen was just a beginning, and that soon you would be seeing Kanye West and his phony ‘Sunday Service’ popping up everywhere. Get ready for the obligatory New York Times bestseller, too, because that’s coming as well. Joel Osteen must be grinning from ear to ear, just imagining the buckets of money this is going to make him.
“Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world.” 1 John 4:2 (KJV)
To date, Kanye West has put nearly $200 million into his bank account, courtesy of gullible, bible-deficient Laodicean Christians who couldn’t discern between bag and a baguette, much less recognize an end times satanic deception when it is staring them right in the face. Get your Yankee Stadium ‘Night Of Hope‘ tickets fast, and bring lots of mammon because they’re going to be expensive. Hollywood doesn’t sell you religion for cheap.
I wonder what DL Moody and Charles Spurgeon would say if they could see all this. Oh wait, Spurgeon already imagined what this day would look like, and this is what he said it would be:
“A time will come when instead of shepherds feeding the sheep, the church will have clowns entertaining the goats!” Charles Spurgeon
Kanye West joining Joel Osteen for Yankee Stadium event
FROM TMZ: Sources close to Kanye tell us … Ye and Joel Osteen will take center stage at baseball’s cathedral on May 2, 2020 for a mega event that certainly plays like a tour stop. The NYC event is part of Joel’s “America’s Night of Hope” … which he takes to several cities across the country.
Jesus Is King is yet another shambolic album full of prosperity gospel sloganeering and tossed-off Bible references. Several songs sound like they are literally missing their second halves, and some of West’s vocals sound like he recorded his bars in the back of a limo on the way to one of his Sunday Services. read more
We’re told Joel Osteen will do his sermon at Yankee Stadium, and then let Kanye and his choir do their thing with the music. Call it a double play, considering the setting, similar to what they did a few weeks ago in Houston.
If past appearances of Joel Osteen at Yankee Stadium are any indication, this one’s sure to sell out quickly … especially now that Kanye’s involved. The stadium has a max capacity of 54,251 … almost 10,000 more than Lakewood.
This will be Joel’s third time doing ‘Night of Hope’ at the Stadium, but his first with Ye. READ MORE
A Joel Osteen & Kanye West Conversation
This is the fulfillment of what Jesus said the Laodicean Church of the end times would look like. Rich, increased with goods, with deceived Christians applauding like they’re at a rock concert.
Kanye West Used The All-Seeing Eye Stage Set At Lakewood Church
So Kanye West brought his travelling Sunday Service road show to Joel Osteen’s Lakewood Church on Sunday night, and by all accounts it was a rousing success. But not in any of the accounts I have come across thus far make any mention of the odd styling of the stage set used. From ground level it appears to be a well-lit and professionally choreographed stage set, but when the camera shows us the birds-eye view, we see a completely different story. What do we see? The all-seeing Eye of Horus that is so beloved by the Hollywood Illuminati, smack dab in the middle of the Jesus Is King Sunday Service. Hmm, I wonder how that happened? 🤔
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