On Jan Markell’s radio show Saturday, John Haller of Ohio’s Fellowship Bible Chapel said that the LGBT “agenda” is a sign of the End Times on par with “actual wars.”
“The Scripture says that eventually people will be given over to a reprobate mind and they will essentially lose the ability to reason,” Haller said. “Another way of saying it a little less politically correct would be, they lose the ability to reason and they think like morons. And I think that we are exactly at that time. I think it will get worse. We are seeing that play out right in front of our eyes.”
“Both the days of Noah and the days of Lot existed in the historical context. What was going on then was wickedness and violence filled the earth in the days of Noah, and homosexuality was running rampant in Sodom and Gomorrah in the days of Lot. This is exactly what we’re seeing,” he added.
Haller said that France has become a warzone, saying, “This is happening all over the world, let alone the fact that actual wars are taking place, but then we have the, what I would call the LGBTQIANDIA+ agenda. They keep adding letters to that.”
Citing the Bible, Haller said that the recent mainstream support of LGBT people indicates the Second Coming of Jesus is near.
“Over Jesus’ life, up until the last week when he rode into Jerusalem, of all the Messianic prophecies — rough estimate — 40 percent of those prophecies about his first coming were fulfilled in roughly 33 years,” Haller said. “Sixty percent of them were fulfilled in the last week. And so what you saw was this exponential increase in the acceleration of these prophecies coming to pass. That’s exactly what’s going to happen in the End Times, and I talk every week about the convergence of all these different lines of Bible prophecy, from Israel to morality to one-world government, one-world religion.
“All of these things were in play, and they all converge and finish at the Second Coming of Jesus Christ, but as we get closer to that time, the lines converge and it’s almost like we’re in the vortex, for lack of a better example, the vortex of a tornado, where it’s very turbulent.”