Many on the right are celebrating, with warrant, the ascendancy of Donald J. Trump to the Presidency of the United States of America. There was a clarion call for Evangelicals and the Faithful to stand as patriots for the cause of liberty and pursuit of justice. Even Black pastors and ministers broke ranks with the tyrannical clasp of the Democrat Party and allied powerfully with the Trump campaign. The result was overwhelming. President-elect Trump won 30 states and garnered 306 of 538 elector.... The gauntlet had been dropped. The progressives had lost the final battle of conquest to fundamentally transform America into a colony of the United Nations. The loss was stinging and left them broken in spirit, seeking an imaginary physical "foe" to blame. The wounded progressive warriors were denied. In their defeat, they became more resolute. While many have turned to Trump's Twitter, Russia's Illusion-ed Hack and Senator Charles Schumer's Charge Up Little Bighorn Against Trump's Cabinet Picks, the real war is being played out before our eyes by those that understand that their days in power are few and their ideological conquest wanes as the governments, old and new, transition. The Party that preserves genocide in Urban America through abortion would do whatever is necessary to advance their Marxist agenda, destined to spiritually and Constitutionally destroy the Nation. Nothing and no one would be sacred.
Jazz Gospel Singer Kimberly Burrell is not a neophyte in the world of social politics. Unfortunately, in the bastions of progressive influence, the entertainment and religious industries have actors that deny the principles of Faith. Each industry seeks to control massive populations through song, dance and drama while spreading the tenets of liberal doctrine. Many God-fearing believers in the fields, often without safety net, find themselves perilously tight rope walking through issues of abortion, marriage, sex and governance in order to maintain their most important commodity: a paycheck. Telling a progressive that you believe in the absolute Word of God, whether in a recording studio or a liberal seminary, sets you apart from the reins of profit. Despite your gentle assertions that you love everyone, just as God does, your forewarning that sin separates one from God makes you an enemy of state. It makes you an enemy of the political groups that have massive influence, access to voluminous donations and funding--both governmental and non-governmental--and the favor of "community leaders". The pay for play that is most often identified in the politics of the Nation's Capital is more sacredly observed in the studios of Los Angeles and New York. In each performance industry, it is becoming increasingly more unlikely to find Bible believers maintaining their acceptance and promotion of the Word of God. The risks of Faith outweigh the rewards of compromise.
Burrell has never run for or been elected to public office, she has spent her adult life in two very politically sensitive worlds: entertainment and religion. She pursued not only success in the music recording world but, speaking of President-elect Donald Trump, reality television. The Houston songstress was chastised by members of the Church of God In Christ (COGIC) denomination for choosing the secular marketplace to display her Godly gifts for material gain. COGIC is a pre-dominantly black Pentecostal Holiness Christian denomination that re-affirmed it’s stance against homosexuality during the summer of 2012. This was done after President Barack Obama, in May 2012, endorsed same sex marriage in lieu of his earlier opposition because of his faith in God. Burrell challenged the Black Church that she might sing to secular audiences. Her explanation: “She wants to reach more people with a broader message and church folks need to be more open-minded.” Her complaint against the COGIC body of "being too religious" justified her using talents to change the world. Burrell discovered church liberals are more lax in allowing individuals to crossover into the secular marketplace. However, the "holy order" of the tyrants on the Left are as amenable to Bible believers crossing back as a mob boss is of accepting a "rat fink turncoat" in his ranks. Believing in God is a sin against the Leftist agenda and it will not be tolerated. There is a special place in "Hell-on-Earth" for people that say they believe in the Word of God over the Socialist-Democrat Party Platform. The costs are immense and the price paid is swift.
This brings us to three actors on this great liberal political theater drama. Burrell, Albertina Walker Female Vocalist of the Year at the Stellar Awards and a Dove Award Winner, is one of the most prominent singers in recording industry history. While never possessing a Diamond RIAA Certified record, in an interview on XM Satellite Radio, Harry Connick, Jr. said of Burrell, "if she's not the greatest musical mind I've ever been around, she's certainly up at the top of the list." She's a devout Christian and Senior Eldress/Overseer-Bishop of The Love & Liberty Fellowship Pentecostal Overcoming Holy Church, since 2010.
Our second character is Viriginia, Beach, Virginia singer, rapper, songwriter and record producer Pharrell Lanscilo Williams better known as "Pharrell". Winner of 10 Grammies, if you do not know him then, you may know his chart topping song "Happy". It rose to number one in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, and 19 other countries. "Happy" sold over 13.9 million units and was the most successful song of 2014. In an exclusive BET interview, Burrell was asked, "You have the honor of being featured on the single “I See the Victory” from the Hidden Figures original soundtrack. How did this originally come to be?" Burrell responded, "I got a call from Pharrell and he said, ‘I have a song that I would love for you to hear and it’s going in a movie that is a life-changing story and I think your voice is the one to convert the song.’ And so I flew out to LA, and I recorded it that night and here we are." Pharrell refers to himself as a Universalist. In Billy Hallowell's The Blaze article, Williams advised, "On paper I'm a Christian, but really I'm a Universalist." With regard to "those who have concluded that God simply doesn’t exist", Pharrell Williams has stated: "It’s so incredibly arrogant and pompous. It’s amazing that there are people who really believe that". Williams, a devout believer in man-made global warming and climate change, has little leniency, it appears, for the religion of atheism.
Kim Burrell: The Left Sends A Warning Shot to Those That Believe in the Holy Bible