A pastor in Wichita, Kansas, heads to court today to defend himself against charges involving his efforts to witness for Christ outside a mosque.
Pastor Mark Holick says the incident in late August occurred as members of the Islamic Society of Wichita were marking the holy month of Ramadan. Police were called when Islamists witnessed Holick and 13 others handing out packets that included the Gospel of John, the Book of Romans in English and Arabic, and a DVD with testimonies of former Muslims who have converted to Christianity.
Holick claims he was basically ignored by the arresting officer. "I asked him, 'What am I being charged with?' -- and he wouldn't answer me," the pastor tells OneNewsNow. "And I asked him a second time and I asked him a third time...and neither time would he even respond to me."...
The police state will protect sharia law interests----because the police state is a new system set up outside of the Constitutional government.
The American church has not figured this out yet and continues to give its power to that police state in the name of "security and peace".
The Constitutionalist and the Pro-lifer, etc have been named as the terrorist threat in DHS documents. How clearer can this be? Yet, I hear Christians saying, that the TSA can go ahead and stick their hands down their little girl's pants to stop the boogey man from coming in.
I challenge each one of you compromised to the New World Order to look at each "terrorist" attack. Most of the time, you will find government involvement. The Underwear Bomber was put on the plane by security, so he could be "observed". The man was put on the plane by security, especially put there and the stewardess was told to take him on the plane without a passport. The dude today-----the FBI planned out the "attack" and then pushed him into it. These guys are usually not that smart. I mean, what do you think of a man who is walked on a plane and then burns up his underwear.
Do you all read your history? These things are unrolling very quickly. TSA wants these checkpoints all over the place, so what?
This reminds me of the time when, as a very young believer, the police were called when....I walked into a spiritualist church just before their "service" and starting reading to the congregation from the Bible about how sinful it was to consult "the dead". It was out of concern for their eternal souls, but I was manhandled out of their premises.
When I got outside, I looked up the street and saw a police van, so I went over to have a look. The police officer wound down his window, and I said to him: "You'll never guess what they're getting up to in there." He asked, "What?" So I told him that they were consulting with "the dead" which is forbidden in the Bible. He then told me he was a Roman Catholic, and so I witnessed to him for some time, telling him all about getting saved.
In the meantime, the spiritualists had locked their main door into the church. Up the street came a little old lady, and she tried to get in but couldn't. So I walked over the street to her and told her the meeting was cancelled, and she went off home again.
This never-to-be-repeated escapade occurred at the Spiritualist Church in Rugby, Warwickshire in the early 80's.