The Watchmen In Riga, Interlude: A Pastor’s Prayer

Jim Burroway

November 29th, 2007

Parts 3 and 4 of “The Watchmen In Riga” series will resume next week. If you haven’t already, I encourage you to read Part 1 and Part 2.

Pastor LedyaevMeanwhile, I leave you with this “pastor’s prayer” from Alexey Ledyaev. He heads the New Generation Church movement (based in Riga, Latvia, with congregations throughout the former Soviet Union, Germany, Israel, Argentina and the U.S.) and he is one of the co-founders of Watchmen On the Walls, along with Scott Lively, Kenneth Hutcherson, and Vlad Kusakin. (Translation from the Russian courtesy of Ruslan Porshnev of the Russian LGBT web site Anti-Dogma. You can read more about his work here.)

In the name of Jesus I curse this phenomenon! I curse the root of this movement! In the name of Jesus I curse the culture of death and say to it: DRY OUT! Let every plant that is not planted by my Father be pulled up with it’s root and thrown away! In the name of Jesus I proclaim fair God’s judgment on every disgrace and people’s lies who suppress truth! We are setting your hands free and say: God, deal with all activists and leaders of homosexual movement! Raise, God! And your enemies will dissipate! Raise God! Save America! Save Latvia! Save Europe! Save us!

… God, please forgive us for stepping down and please give back the weapons the Church possessed before. Let your strength and fire and authority come back!

… God, raise brave pastors and brave people and raise an army of holy people, raise the Watchmen on the Walls who would stand and protect their cities!

… We love America, please protect it from suicide and self-destruction!

… Let a stone, without the assistance of a hand, come off the rock and hit this homosexual idol right on its legs! Let this idol come down to ashes! Let this stone become a mountain and fill the whole Earth.

… Today we proclaim the death of the culture of death! We proclaim the victory of life!

… You, the Pharaoh of homosexualism – we will not give a hoof, a rusted nail to you! Our houses, our wives, our sons and daughters will go – and you will go bankrupt.

… Homosexualism is a global problem and it is only the first wave. After that comes Islamization. If we won’t stop the first wave, then the second wave won’t wait for long.

See also:
The Watchmen In Riga, Part 1: “Become A Missionary To America”
The Watchmen In Riga, Part 2: From Babylon To Jerusalem
The Watchmen In Riga, Interlude: A Pastor’s Prayer
The Watchmen In Riga, Part 3: The “Secrets” Of Homosexuality
The Watchmen In Riga, Part 4: “A Militant Army Marching Against Evil”

BobN

November 30th, 2007

Why are hate-mongers so illogical? Clearly, if Islamization follows homosexualism, the latter will take care of the former, no?

(forgive my flippancy… sometimes the only antidote to absurdity is more absurdity…)

George Arndt

November 30th, 2007

He hates Islamic extremists because familiarity breeds contempt.

I also wonder who much time this guy spend in airport restrooms..

homer

November 30th, 2007

People who spend so much time cursing should have their mouths washed out with soap.

bupalos

November 30th, 2007

Good lord. Someone needs to let this guy’s wife in on a little secret: Dude is as gay as the rose of Paris. The only ones who obsess about…”the pharoh of homosexualism” (??!!) are closet cases. Wake up lady. Get out now before the inevitable tv cameras are on your doorstep asking for your reaction to the “shocking” news that this guy was just arrested in a gay Mexican brothel.

Timothy Kincaid

November 30th, 2007

There is no basis for making assumptions about the orientation, attractions, or sexual behavior of Alexey Ledyaev. So let’s not make baseless speculations.

revtj

November 30th, 2007

When we look at the Gospel’s we see Jesus’ anger reserved for people, especially religious authorities, who exploit other people and lead them to hatred of others in God’s name. I think this guy must have mistranslated his Bible.

Jim

November 30th, 2007

Good series of articles. Insane group, I assume the same one that has been physically harming LGBT people in the Sacramento area. Hard to understand, hard to forgive, sad to the extreme. Like Fred Phelps and his clan. Wonder what pain he has been through that makes him do this insane interpretation bit to justify harming those with whom he takes umbrage.

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