Pastor Who Refused To Shutdown His Church Rebukes Gov. Gavin Newsom

Pastor John MacArthur sent a public letter to radical Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsome and urged him to turn from his wicked ways.

The California-based pastor of Grace Community Church did not hold back on calling out the politician for his anti-biblical reign.

“The diabolical effects of your worldview are evident in the statistics of California’s epidemics of crime, homelessness, sexual perversions (like homosexuality and transgenderism), and other malignant expressions of human misery that stem directly from corrupt public policy. I don’t need to itemize or elaborate on the many immoral decisions you have perpetrated against God and the people of our state, which have only exacerbated these problems,” MacArthur said in the letter.

Last year Newsome faced a recall election which he won and is now running for another term in the 2022 gubernatorial election. He has been placing pro-abortion billboards in several states that were paid for by his campaign. Sickeningly, he uses scripture to try and justify his pro-choice propaganda.
“Need an abortion? California is ready to help,” one of the signs says, telling people to visit The ad also referenced a Bible verse:” ‘Love your neighbor as yourself. There is no greater commandment than these.’ -Mark 12:31.”

MacArthur gained notoriety when he refused to shut down his church in 2020 when Democrat leaders demanded church leaders shut their doors. Instead, the pastor held firm to his beliefs and constitutional rights and ultimately won a lawsuit. The ads were enough for MacArther to take a public stance.

“In mid-September, you revealed to the entire nation how thoroughly rebellious against God you are when you sponsored billboards across America promoting the slaughter of children, whom He creates in the womb (Psalm 139:13–16; Isaiah 45:9–12). You further compounded the wickedness of that murderous campaign with a reprehensible act of gross blasphemy, quoting the very words of Jesus from Mark 12:31 as if you could somehow twist His meaning and arrogate His name in favor of butchering unborn infants. You used the name and the words of Christ to promote the credo of Molech (Leviticus 20:1–5). It would be hard to imagine a greater sacrilege,” MacArthur declared.
“My plea to you, Sir, is … that you would not go to that day of judgment apart from receiving forgiveness and righteousness through faith in Christ alone,” he added.

“Our church, and countless Christians nationwide, are praying for your full repentance. Please respond to the gospel, forsake the path of wickedness you have pursued all your life, turn to Christ, ask for forgiveness, and use your office to advance the cause of righteousness (as is your duty) instead of undermining it (as has been your pattern),” MacArthur finished.