Thursday, March 14, 2013

Megachurch pastor Jack Schaap wrote young victim that molestation was the Lord's work, allegedly


Former pastor of First Baptist Church of Hammond allegedly informed his victim in a letter that his affair with her was not only wrong, but desired by Jesus Christ.   Furthermore, he claimed it was the Lord's work.  Saints of God, the Devil has deceived this man.   What type of Lord was he serving to believe that lie?

According to MyFoxChicago.com, he also wrote: "In our ‘fantasy talk,' you have affectionately spoken of being ‘my wife,' " Schaap wrote in one letter. "That is exactly what Christdesires for us. He wants to marry us + become eternal lovers!"    

You see, these are the type of people Satan has in many of today's pulpits, deceiving people as though they are called by God.   Saints of God, this man seems to have lost his mind, no man of God in his right man would accuse Christ of condoning molestation and adultery.  For James 1:13 says, 'Let no man say when he is tempted, I am tempted of God: for God cannot be tempted with evil, neither tempteth he any man:'   According to that scripture, Schaap is in deep trouble with God, because he put the cause for his sin on Jesus Christ.

In the meantime, we will keep this former pastor, including his young victim in our prayers.  Furthermore, we are also praying for his wife.


Hammond megachurch pastor: Sex with 17-year-old was Lord`s work


HAMMOND, Ind. (Sun-Times Media Wire) -
Former First Baptist Church of Hammond pastor Jack Schaap's affair with a 17-year-old girl last summer not only wasn't wrong but was desired by Jesus Christ.

That's what he claimed in one of several letters he wrote to the victim during his crime, couching the sexual relationship as part of her personal salvation and...Read full article, here.

Source and Photo: myfoxchicago.com

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