Kanye West Brings His Sunday Service To NBA All-Star Game In Chicago and Preaches False Gospel To Fawning Idol Worshipping Audience

Ardent Kanye West supporters came in droves to see the polarizing MC's soul-stirring event, which previously hosted stars such as Brad Pitt and Chance the Rapper. Though Kanye West and company kicked off the show nearly an hour after its scheduled 2 p.m. slot at the Credit Union 1 Arena, the gospel collective blazed through some of his classic records. Positioned in the middle of the venue, the choir was in a circular formation, underneath a dark blue beaming light. West's army led the charge, showering the crowd with positive affirmations such as "If you can't run, just walk."
Kanye West and his Sunday Service road show preaches a false gospel at the 2020 NBA All-Star game in Chicago.
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“With God on your side, everything is possible. With God on your side, everything is probable and nothing is impossible. That’s the gospel,” Kanye West said.

Kanye West has been gradually refining and perfecting his Sunday Service routine until it has finally become the kind of good vibes, feel-good machine that will continue to function as his virtual ATM for quite some time to come. The apostle Paul warned us about “ministers” in the end times who come at you will a “form of godliness” while denying its power, and Paul tells us to avoid these people at all costs. Especially when they come at you preaching a false gospel as Kanye West is doing right now.

“Moreover, brethren, I declare unto you the gospel which I preached unto you, which also ye have received, and wherein ye stand; By which also ye are saved, if ye keep in memory what I preached unto you, unless ye have believed in vain. For I delivered unto you first of all that which I also received, how that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures; And that he was buried, and that he rose again the third day according to the scriptures:” 1 Corinthians 15:1-4 (KJB)

Kanye West is telling people that the gospel is ‘having God on your side’, so that you can “do the impossible” and that is not the gospel of the grace of God in any respect or on any level. What he is preaching is what the Laodicean phonies like Joel Osteen preach, the blasphemous “love gospel” that turns God into a pusillanimous pervert who is incapable of justice, righteousness or holiness. So why do people preach that junk? Because it sells, because it makes you feel good, because it makes them rich. What does it do you for? It sends your soul to Hell because that cannot save you, it has never saved anyone. So what is the gospel of the grace of God?

“This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come. For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy, Without natural affection, trucebreakers, false accusers, incontinent, fierce, despisers of those that are good, Traitors, heady, highminded, lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God; Having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof: from such turn away.” 2 Timothy 3:1-5 (KJB)

The gospel that saves your soul, what Paul calls “my gospel”, is that Jesus Christ was crucified on the cross in your place, shed His blood as the payment for your sins, and then rose from the dead on the third day to prove He has the power over death and Hell. When you believe that, the Bible says you are saved, and nothing less and nothing else can or will save you. The feel good crap that Kanye West is preaching will make you feel good about yourself, right up to the moment you die and open your eyes in Hell, then it won’t feel so good.

Ardent Kanye West supporters came in droves to see the polarizing MC’s soul-stirring event.

FROM THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER: After recently making pit stops in Miami and Los Angeles for this year’s Super Bowl and Grammy Awards, respectively, Kanye West made his triumphant return to his hometown of Chicago on Sunday afternoon ahead of the 2020 NBA All-Star Game.

Ardent Kanye West supporters came in droves to see the polarizing MC’s soul-stirring event, which previously hosted stars such as Brad Pitt and Chance the Rapper.

Though Kanye West and company kicked off the show nearly an hour after its scheduled 2 p.m. slot at the Credit Union 1 Arena, the gospel collective blazed through some of his classic records. Positioned in the middle of the venue, the choir was in a circular formation, underneath a dark blue beaming light. West’s army led the charge, showering the crowd with positive affirmations such as “If you can’t run, just walk.”

Dousing the people with words of encouragement, along with remixes to West’s songs “Power,” “Father Stretch My Hands” and “Fade,” satiated the crowd’s hunger for soul food on this frigid Sunday afternoon. Fans even howled in excitement when A$AP Ferg’s “New Level” was taken for a spin and flipped into a God-praising anthem. Later, West’s choir turned the dial and jumped decades back to perform Soul II Soul’s 1989 hit “Back to Life” and Maze & Frankie Beverly’s 1977 song “Before I Let Go” to the delight of the crowd. Their lush and sonorous melodies had feet tapping and hands clapping, with everyone celebrating the festive return of Chicago’s biggest star.

The news of Kanye West and his 'Sunday Service' travelling show is in the news just about everywhere at the moment.

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Relishing the crowd’s positive vibrations, Kanye West vaulted himself at the top of the fray, bopping to his choir’s soothing harmonies before ultimately deciding to take the reins. Sporting his dark sunglasses, West grabbed the microphone and rapped to his Jesus Is King track “Selah.” Blanketed by his choir’s cries of “Hallejluah,” West greeted their energy with open arms after he rapped the song’s verse.

Kanye West continued his rampage by jumping into “Can’t Tell Me Nothing,” “Follow God” and “Closed on Sunday.” The mini-set was electric, with the choir peppering West’s songs with soaring ad-libs, adding a hint of gospel influence to his records.

To close things off, Yeezy gave a resounding performance of “Jesus Walks,” a song that propelled him into a megastar in 2004. After allowing his choir to intro the record, he began rapping the song’s first verse as the crowd clung to every word he dished out. As West concluded his rap, he broke into a thoughtful spiel about finding healing through God and how important it was for him to return to Chicago. “With God on your side, everything is possible. With God on your side, everything is probable and nothing is impossible. That’s the gospel,” he said.

Gathering his thoughts, Kanye West then barked at his haters who questioned his love for God and his newfound direction in music. “I’m not here to perform for y’all. I don’t do performances. I’m only here to tell you what saved my life and brought my mind back,” he revealed. “I’m not saying that when you get delivered and when you get saved that life becomes easy, but you get to lean on a rock that won’t ever fail you.” READ MORE

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