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When Jonathan Cahn addressed Congress at the Washington: Man of Prayer event, he was out to warn of coming prophetic judgment if America did not turn from her wicked ways.
It was a powerful message, and one the Varnell, Georgia, Police Department felt the need to share with those they protect.
In his speech, Cahn declared that America will not bow her knees to Baal, but to one true God:
"No king can overrule the laws of God, no order can he annul the order of God, and no judgment of man can stand against the judgments of God. Invoke not His judgment. But choose life. And lead in the way of repentance. Invoke the grace of God, that He might have mercy on this land," Cahn said.
One "gay citizen" found fault with the video coming from a government Facebook page.
According to the Dalton Daily Citizen, the commenter found it "absolutely absurd that the (police department) has the video on their page. ... What happened to separation of church and state?"
The Citizen reports that at first, the VPD did not cower to fear and ignore her comment.
Rather, someone responded: "If it's good enough for Congress to hear then we the people should hear it also, you are a guest on our page, it is not run by, or endorsed by the state. There is a delete button to select if you do not like a post. Signed Joshua 25:15."
However, the video has since been removed from their Facebook page.
Jessilyn Justice @jessilynjustice is the director of online news for Charisma.