Pastor Jeff Lasseigne of Greg Laurie’s Harvest Church Asks Statue of Pope Francis to Pray for Harvest Crusades
Jeff Lasseigne, a pastor at Greg Laurie’s Harvest Christian Center, recently put out a video of him asking a statue of Pope Francis to pray with him for the upcoming Harvest Crusades.
This man is greatly deceived if he believes the Pope, in real form or in statue form, has any ability to intercede on his behalf in front of a Holy and righteous God. I get that he is trying to be funny. That’s obvious. But the bigger issue here is that this man who calls himself a pastor actually believes that the pope is someone who should be called on for prayer.
For the eyes of the Lord are on the righteous, and his ears are open to their prayer. But the face of the Lord is against those who do evil. – 1 Peter 3:12
Greg Laurie, Senior Pastor of Harvest CC, was invited to speak at the 2016 Southern Baptist Convention under the leadership of Ronnie Floyd of Cross Church in Arkansas.
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