WATCH: Pastor Calls Church Service A “Peaceful Protest” (VIDEO)

In response to local and state governments restricting religious gatherings, Grace Community Church Pastor John Macarthur called his sermon a “peaceful protest”.

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Pastor Macarthur said, “I’m so happy to welcome you to the Grace Community church peaceful protest.”

The audience laughs and cheers, the pastor asked, “Are you glad to be here?”

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He later continued, “Everything for is based on the word of God, right? And that means we are pro-life, pro-family, pro-law-and-order and pro-church of the Lord Jesus Christ. This morning, we have a very special privilege. Chaplain Morehouse from the LAPD is going to come and lead us in our opening prayer.”

Chaplain Morehouse of the Los Angeles Police Department shared two verses of scripture from Psalm 91:14 and prayed for the church.

Chaplain Morehouse’s scripture read, “Because he loves me, says the Lord. I will rescue him. I will protect him, for he acknowledges my name. James 1:5, if any of you lack wisdom, you should ask God who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you. Lord, thank you for another day to wake up and praise your mighty name. And Lord, I ask you to please put such a strong wall and mighty shield of protection around this mighty church that no outside influence can harm it. I also ask that all the pastors, elders, and the whole Congregation of Grace Community Church have the wisdom and the faith to weather all of the things going on in church and outside church. Father, I ask you to help us.”

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