Read this essay– and be prepared for profanity and reprehensible language from Locke the charlatan. Here’s the conclusion:
If Greg Locke is to continue to have a local congregation and millions of Facebook followers, let it be known to them who they are following. They are following a “pastor” who spits in his wife’s face, fat shames her, cusses her, and initiates a divorce from her so that he can date his secretary. He is currently enabled by a staff willing to work for him, a congregation willing to continue to sit under his preaching, and a social media following willing to donate to him. If you are one of these people, it’s time for you to decide whether or not you believe in the standard of the Bible or the standards of Greg Locke. Perhaps Greg can be a leader by the world’s standards but his unrepentant behavior has no place in the kingdom of God.
The recently passed omnibus federal spending bill includes up to $30 million earmarked for paying off women President Trump had affairs with, sources within Congress revealed Monday.
A small paragraph on the 768th page of the 2200-page document authorizes President Trump to spend tens of millions of dollars buying the silence of women he may have had affairs with. Senator Rand Paul discovered the line item when he hurriedly attempted to read through the bill before being rushed to vote on it last week, being the only person on the planet who actually read the massive document.
“I guess he got someone to slip the item in there before we voted on it. None of us read it so we had no idea it was in there,” House Speaker Paul Ryan said. “What can you do? I’m definitely not gonna read it.”
Trump immediately began spending the funds, according to White House sources, paying off dozens of women within hours of the bill’s passage. The President has reportedly already applied for an emergency “slush fund” in anticipation of needing NDAs for dozens more women coming forward, sources confirmed.
Better Puritan than perverse profligate.
Then one of the Twelve, the man called Judas Iscariot, went to the chief priests and said, ‘What are you prepared to give me if I hand him over to you?’ They paid him thirty silver pieces, and from then onwards he began to look for an opportunity to betray him. (Matt. 26:14-16)