The New York Times might have a thrill up their leg about how religious their boy Biden appears to be, but one outspoken pastor sees the whole scene just a little bit differently.
In the scriptural context of a passage in the text where an Israelite in King David’s day was struck dead for reaching out his hand to steady the Ark of God from falling when the ox that was pulling it stumbled, John MacArthur had something to say about a more recent example of someone reaching out his hand and touching that which was holy.
In this second, modern instance, it was an oath Joe Biden made as he stood before God and all of creation.
MacArthur wasn’t impressed by the age of the Bible, its size, or its history. He was concerned about something FAR more significant than that, and he had something of a word of warning for old Joe and the rash oath he swore.
“When you put your and on the Word of God and pledge to do the very things that blaspheme his Name? You talk about a high-risk action?”
He goes on from there. This clip is only about 3 minutes long.
For Joe, on the other hand, the clip would probably seem a lot longer.
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