Church elders, leaders, and all saints need to stop having normalcy bias and realize that the time is shortening for their freedom to broadcast their sermons online (and offline in church), because the government-tech complex is beginning to use pretexts to censor online sermons.
(h.t. Steve Hays, who says: “In response to the pandemic, many churches have fallen back on livestreaming services as a substitute for public worship. But that window is closing, too.”)
And now that the government-tech elitists have been expressing their inner Bolshevism in many ways during the shutdown, they will not stop after the shutdown but will find creative ways to shutter our physical church doors.
Therefore, I propose that church elders begin the discussion about an underground contingency plan to meet together and worship our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. What would this look like? I certainly do not have all the answers, but in due course I will suggest concrete ways in which local churches can meet in private homes, barns, forests, and other stealthy locations.
Yes, we have come to this point.
If anybody is reading this and says, “Alan, you are being over reactive. Don’t worry we have plenty of time; this cannot possibly happen any time soon,” I would suggest watching my video below where I warn Christians not to think that the dominoes cannot rapidly fall—they are now. Think about where we are now and how things have changed in only the last three weeks?