Top of the Week: When Ice Spice Brought Satan to the Super Bowl

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During the Super Bowl, God was given lots of glory throughout the night, except by one particular person: Ice Spice.

The rapper joined Taylor Swift, who was there supporting her boyfriend, Travis Kelce. But not everything was as innocent as it seems.

In a video posted on X, Ice Spice can be seen making hand gestures at the game which are based on demonic, satanic symbols. Not only did she make these hand gestures, but she wore the upside down cross, which is know as a satanic, anti-Christian symbol. In the clip she can be seen holding onto the piece of jewelry after making these hand signals.

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The prophecies over King Charles' reign have continued.

In a stark warning from September of 2022, Charlie Shamp has re-shared his prophetic word about the enemy that would come in like a roaring lion in the United Kingdom. However, he believes revival would spring forth even in the midst of this turmoil. Everything that had been done in darkness, God has taken into account for how He will implement the next phase of leadership over Great Britain.

"Charles, Charles, what have you done?" Shamp prophesied. "Have you not sold your birthright? Have you not traded it in? But even while you were selling it, even while you were selling your sonship with your brother, for did you not see what I saw with Phillip?"

Following the chaotic aftermath of the shooting at Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas, distressing details are being released about the shooter and what drove her to commit this heinous act.

As Charisma News reported, two individuals were shot and wounded, including a child who is in critical condition, while the shooter now identified as Genesse Escalante Moreno was shot and killed by two swift-acting off-duty officers who were at the church.

It is now being reported that Moreno is a transgender individual from El Salvador who went by the name, Jeffery Escalante-Moreno.

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Even with all of the talk surrounding the Kansas City Chiefs, the San Francisco 49ers and Taylor Swift, people still ended up discussing Jesus and the commercial He was featured in.

Promoted by the He Gets Us organization who spent upwards of $100 million total in their marketing campaign, the commercial featuring people washing the feet of others has caused quite a stir following its airing.

According to their website, He Gets Us had a different strategy this year than previous Super Bowls, stating:

In a recent prophetic message, Jonathan Cahn issued a dire warning about the consequences faced by those who mock God, highlighting instances such as the death of a Turkish member of parliament and emphasizing the lessons to be drawn from these events.

While many may believe that the God of the Old Testament is different from the God of today, this couldn't be further from the truth.

Scripture says that God is the same yesterday, today and forever. And the God whose name is holy and should never be desecrated has reminded people of who He is in several recent events, such as the moment that a member of the Turkish parliament was struck down dead after cursing the Jewish people and their God.

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