Rev. Austin Miles
Pastor continues preaching a sermon every week despite war on churches
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By Rev. Austin Miles
August 16, 2021

America was formed mainly for freedom of religious expression, meaning worshipping God. Plus, freedom of movement was a factor, as many of the world's cities and communities were under dictatorial rule. Free speech was censored and activities were limited by permission only. People were told what they could and could not do or say. There was no such thing as private conversations.

However, humans are basically religious and instinctively believe there is more to life than the bare bones of existing—a reality the Bible makes unmistakably clear, from the beginning of time humans have always had a power higher than themselves. Eventually, Jesus did come to earth, the New Testament was written, and people learned more about God and gathered strength through His teachings.

FAST FORWARD:

Churches and temples were formed throughout the lands. Services on the Sabbath were ordinary parts of life. The church became strong and miracles were often part of services. Churches became a very strong presence everywhere and were respected.

Who would have thought that in the future, it would become almost illegal to operate churches and Sunday Schools. Still, humans are basically religious and instinctively believe there has got to be more to life than what earth provides.

It did not take too long for Communism to raise its ugly head and declare war, not only upon Christian churches, but the idea of church itself, since a Christian mind cannot be enslaved. The Communists want all minds to be manipulated in the political propaganda of the day.

The United States is the most productive nation on earth, but the last few years have become a living nightmare to all citizens. As Communism has gained control of this country, freedom for citizens has been curtailed. Churches have been closed down. In Canada, booted Nazi-style storm troopers have invaded churches during services and ordered the people out. Pastors were being arrested simply for asking people to come to church.

Now churches are being torched in Canada, and a Canadian leader has stated this: "Burn 'm all down." A message from our Communist neighbor to the North.

The coronavirus broke out, becoming a pandemic, and now that pandemic has become a political tool to keep churches closed with the yarn of stopping the spread of the disease. Churches in America have been forbidden to hold services on Sundays or any other time under threats of arrest. Crowds gathered together can spread the disease, doncha know? Some churches and pastors have cowered in a corner and obeyed.

That is, with the exception of one extraordinary minister, Dr. Michael Spaulding. He has been the pastor of two churches in Ohio for many years, as well as having a popular radio program. He has continued to give his Sunday sermon without missing a beat, ever since the pandemic was created in the Wuhan Laboratory in China and released onto and into the world. This was all on purpose.

However, Pastor Mike’s Sunday sermon has a pretty good attendance rate. Sunday, Pastor Spaulding had 9,485,142 attendees clicked in for his Sunday sermon. And that number grows every week. And he has not missed one week during this pandemic.

I pity the people who reject God. The alternative is not too enticing. And to my fellow ministers, like me, you will learn from him by his teaching sermons.

Dr. Spaulding preaches an uncompromised Gospel. He gets my vote for "MINISTER OF THE YEAR."

© Rev. Austin Miles

 

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Rev. Austin Miles

Sadly, Rev. Austin Miles passed away on April 12, 2023, at age 89. His memorial service was held June 3, 2023. His obituary can be read here.

He has broken many major stories including the required study of Islam in the public schools, and reviews books, movies and concerts which brought him an award from University of California at Fullerton for Critical Review. He was a writer/researcher and technical consultant for the multi-award winning series "Ancient Secrets of The Bible," which debuted on CBS TV and has been in constant re-runs since.

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