Canadian Pastor Makes Assertive Appeal After Worship Services Disrupted for Second Time
"Sickening ... Unbelievable," Pastor Artur Pawlowski of Calgary's Street Church in Alberta, Canada, says after firmly standing against police and the public health inspector delivering a court-issued order ... again.
The pastor, whose recent viral video revealed the seemingly same group of people interrupting an Easter service, now assertively asks the group to leave, explaining that the order should be presented and explained to his lawyer, not him. He also notes that, rather than confronting him during a worship service, police and health officers could have contacted him on any day of the week, at any time.
"If Canadians will not rise up and stand up," Pawlowski says, "if they will not come to their senses while there is still a time, a time to wake up and push this evil, there will be absolutely no rights whatsoever. If they can get away with this, they're going to come anywhere else. And that's what people do not understand. ... Do you think that they're here for your health? Seriously? They could come any day of the week. They could call me."
To hear more about what Pawlowski has to say about the "Gestapo" interrupting two worship services in one month and their devious agenda, watch this video. Please note that the first 3:09 of the video captures the somewhat forceful exchange between the pastor and the officers; what follows is his appeal to Christians to have eyes to see what is happening and the courage to stand for what is right.
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