In a viral clip from Tuesday night’s Democratic presidential debate, candidate Marianne Williamson warned about “this dark psychic force of the collectivized hatred that this president is bringing up in this country.” She was closer to the truth than she realized. She was also completely off track.
Interestingly, “While she took up the second-shortest amount of speaking time at eight minutes and 52 seconds, per CNN, Williamson dominated a Drudge poll as over 47 percent of viewers declared her the winner of the debate.
“She drove discussion online, as much for her quirky mannerisms and new-age jargon as for her policy ideas.”
As for her new-age jargon, when she speaks of God and the Son of God and the Bible, she is not using those terms the way Christians would use them. For her, God is in all of us and we are all the Son of God. For her, the Bible is one of many spiritually enlightened books.
Either way, her talk of “this dark psychic force of collectivized hatred” is right on track, only not in the way she imagines.
More accurately, she should have spoken of a “dark spiritual force,” one that I and others have referred to as “Jezebel.” It is a spiritual force that is also working powerfully through the Democratic party.
And while there is certainly a rising tide of “collectivized hatred” which the President has helped stoke, there is an ominous rise in this “collectivized hatred” from the left as well.
To be clear, I do not deny for a moment that the President’s methods and manners have helped stoke hatred and division in our country.
But ask yourself an honest question.
Have you seen any hatred greater than the hatred expressed at the Women’s Marches?
Have you seen any hatred greater than the hatred expressed at the pro-abortion protests at the Kavanaugh hearings?
That is the spirit of Jezebel, a wicked queen who died almost 3,000 years ago, the matriarch of radical feminism. She – meaning, a coalition of demonic forces – is behind this ominous, rising, dark spiritual tide.
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Michael Brown