Evangelical Leader Declares: Pray, Be Informed, Vote, Influence Others

Globalism’s tightening grip and the erosion of free speech stand at the precipice of our societal discourse, yet there’s a fire of resistance crackling. In this episode of The Sentinel Report, host Alex Newman is joined by the esteemed evangelical author and leader Alex McFarland, who challenged listeners to “Pray, pray for this nation. And then be informed, and vote, and influence others, because we are talking about our future.”

McFarland and Newman dissect the implications of globalism and unconstitutionalism, urging fellow patriots to remain fervent in prayer and action as we navigate the murky waters of politics and societal pressures. McFarland and Newman also address Islam’s growing presence in America, particularly its intersection with constitutional values and the potential encroachment of Sharia law in the U.S.

From the political arena to national security, Christians are facing an uphill battle, compounded by the influx of immigrants and the Biden administration’s outragous border policies that are enabling a full-blown invasion, for which McFarland says Biden should be tried for treason. McFarland and Newman leave no stone unturned, contemplating the complex fabric of our nation’s future.

Finally, Newman plunges headfirst into the fray of current events, exposing the World Economic Forum’s current meeting in Davos, where the elite aim to shape and control our global narrative. But it’s not all doom and gloom; take Argentina’s new president, Javier Milei, who presented a fiery indictment of collectivism to their faces, drawing his line in the sand against socialism’s encroachment while offering a glimmer of hope for those cherishing the pillars of faith, family, and freedom.

This episode promises to arm you with insight and conviction, preparing you to play your role in shaping a nation that remains true to its founding ideals and the sanctity of its citizens’ beliefs.

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