There is a Devil Loose! Kanye West Has Finally Gone MAD! Kanye West “Compares Himself To God” and Says He “Has Issues With Jesus” and is “Putting His Problems Into His Own Hands” - Living Strong Television Network
There is a Devil Loose! Kanye West Has Finally Gone MAD! Kanye West “Compares Himself To God” and Says He “Has Issues With Jesus” and is “Putting His Problems Into His Own Hands”

There is a Devil Loose! Kanye West Has Finally Gone MAD! Kanye West “Compares Himself To God” and Says He “Has Issues With Jesus” and is “Putting His Problems Into His Own Hands”

Daniel Whyte III, President of Gospel Light Society International, Says It Has Been Proven That One Can be a Genius, MAD, and Demon-Possessed all at the same time. Kanye West is descending into hell spiritually and mentally on earth and may descend into the actual hell to come if he does not truly repent and believe in Jesus Christ. With him not fearing God and respecting God by comparing himself to God sounding like the anti-Christ, with him speaking cavalierly about Jesus Christ like he is a fellow rapper or something, talking foolishly about he “has issues with Jesus Christ,” with him parading his wife around with her breasts out one day and her posterior out the next, and with his dangerous anti-semitism against God’s chosen people who have helped him to get to where he is, Whyte encourages all people who know God through Jesus Christ to pray for Kanye West, his two wives, and his precious children. Pastor Joel Olsteen, who helped put him on the Christian music map a few years ago, needs to demand a come-to-Jesus meeting immediately before things get worse.

Rapper Kanye West, who now goes by the name Ye, said in a recent interview that he has “issues with Jesus” and would rather take things into his “own hands” instead of giving Jesus full control.

West and fellow rapper Ty Dolla $ign, a collaborating artist on his new album Vultures 1, appeared for an interview with radio personality Big Boy posted to his Big Boy TV YouTube channel on Sunday.

“I have my issues with Jesus,” West began during the interview, which lasted for over an hour. “There’s a lot of stuff I went through, and I prayed, and I ain’t see Jesus show up.”

“I had to put my experience in this world, my experience with my children, my experience with other people, my experience with my account, my experience with my brand and my experience with the level of music that I was dealing with, in my own hands.”

West criticized American Christians in society today as not being proactive enough when given opportunities to help others.

“I just feel like in our society and America, people, Christians will depend on Jesus so much that we don’t put the word in ourself. And the main thing that I don’t rock with is like, ‘I’m going to pray for you.’ It’s just like, you can actually physically do something yourself, too, more than just praying.”

“And we’re so in this mentality that that’s all that needs to happen. But we aren’t praying our way out of prison. We aren’t praying our way out of the abortion clinics. We aren’t praying our way to get our land back that was always ours after gentrification after the Harlem Renaissance and Black Wall Street was burned to the ground. Them prayers are not working.”

The rapper argued that physical action taken by humans is key to making things happen.

“We are going to have to apply actual physical building partnerships, and it don’t start unless we could really be real with each other,” the 46-year-old said.

“You know how many threats we’ve been dealt with. And I haven’t prayed my way through them threats either. I had to get up and do it myself. I had so much to do, I haven’t have time to pray.”

Later in the interview, West claimed that he is God of himself.

‘Cause I’m God,” he said, when asked about his success in the music industry and how he hasn’t “disappeared.” “And anyone who wants to disagree, I’m the God of me. You can’t tell me who I am. I can’t tell y’all. I could tell y’all. It’s your job to listen. I’m the God of me. I don’t know if I’m in heaven already.”

In previous years, West garnered attention and headlines for his seemingly open acceptance of Christianity and his public conversion to the Christian faith. He released his Jesus is King album in 2019. He also spent over $50 million performing “Sunday Service” events across the country, which he once said was an effort to spread the Gospel.

His comments in the interview drew reactions from Christians online.

 

 

 

 

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