Rev. A. R. Bernard Allegedly Denied on Al Sharpton Radio Show told church members not to vote at all: Black church what does God say?

Earlier while tuning into Rev. Al Sharpton's radio show, we heard the pastor of Christian Cultural Center, Rev. A. R. Bernard's alleged statement of denial that he told his church members to not vote, at all.  We heard him allegedly say, various journalists took one part of what he said and made it seem as though he was not in support of voting, at all.  We do not know if Rev. A. R. Bernard was having this conversation with Rev. Al Sharpton and his good friend, Pastor Fredrick Haynes out of fear or what, but he seemed as though he was really humbling himself for them to understand he did support non-voting in the next presidential election.

According to The Church Report, Rev. A. R. Bernard allegedly stated he is unsure how he will vote this coming election.   It sounds like he is very confused of who would be the right presidential candidate, being in the position of a pastor.  

You know, this seems like it is the hardest time in history for us saints of God.   Those of us whom are true sanctified children within the body of Christ do not agree with gay marriage, homosexuality or even some of the views of the Mormon theology.   Therefore, it all boils down to what God would want us to do.  You have to sit down and think about it, not necessarily listening to the advice of your pastor, but you must realize we have a higher pastor and His name is Jesus Christ.   Being spirit-filled Christians, what does God say about who we should vote for or should we vote at all?   In our opinion, God would want us to vote for Him and that is His Son, Jesus Christ.   If biblical scriptures forewarn us about certain lifestyles and beliefs, then of course, we are expected not to vote for that candidate.   Many of you are African Americans within the black church and we heard some of you make an excuse on the Rev. Al Sharpton Show about how Jesus wants everyone to come together, but you never admitted what He told us about turning away from sin.  A few of you stated that there are all types of sin, but in God's Word, He told us homosexuality is an abomination, just like a woman wearing anything pertaining to a man or even a liar.  Therefore, one of these days you will have to stand before God and you are without excuse as though you could not understand what the Word of God said and meant.   Therefore, beloved brothers and sisters, regardless if Rev. Bernard or whomever else says to vote or not to vote, you must think about if God would vote for either presidential candidate, if you truly love Him like you say you do.

As a man or woman of God, you should not be unsure of whom to vote for and respectfully this is are response to Rev. A. R. Bernard.  As our source's title says, Black churches wavering on election: now, what did the Bible tell us about wavering, that it-an-abomination.  Read in Proverbs 11:1, "A false balance is abomination to the LORD: but a just weight is his delight."

Black Churches Wavering on Election

Some black clergy, seeing no good presidential choice between a Mormon candidate and one who supports gay marriage, are telling their flocks to stay home on Election Day, a worrisome message in a tight race.

The pastors say their congregants are asking how a true Christian could back same-sex marriage, as President Barack Obama did in May. As for Republican Mitt Romney, the first Mormon nominee from a major party....Read full article, here.

Source and Photo Courtesy: The Church


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