Words matter. These are the best Robert Jeffress Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
The Bible never divorces the truth of Christ’s future return with our present-day responsibilities.
I think Mormons are good, moral people, but they’re not part of Christianity.
You cannot find one single verse in the New Testament that calls for violence against non-believers. Jesus said to love your enemies. Muhammad said to butcher your enemies.
I believe there are going to be millions of Catholics in Heaven because they trusted in Christ as their savior.
God instructed Nehemiah to build a wall around Jerusalem to protect its citizens from enemy attack. You see, God is not against building walls!
We are not the Westboro Baptist Church. We are a church that embraces the tenants of historic Christianity – there’s nothing hateful about our members at all.
I don’t believe a Christian has to sell his soul to the devil to vote for Donald Trump.
President Obama is not the Antichrist. But what I am saying is this: the course he is choosing to lead our nation is paving the way for the future reign of the Antichrist.
Make no mistake about it – Islam is just not another way to approach God.
I see apostasy in many ways occurring in Evangelical churches that really aren’t teaching the truth of God’s word. I do believe that some churches have become entertainment centers and a teaching a type of prosperity Gospel rather than teaching God’s word.
It may be politically incorrect to say, but it is nevertheless true that a terrorist today is exponentially more likely to be a Muslim than a Christian.
These protesters, opposing me or our church, they’re protesting the eternal Word of God, and guess what – they’re not going to be successful in toppling the Word of God.
The second thing I know about Donald trump is that he is truly pro-life. I have talked to him in Trump Tower. He believes in protecting the unborn.
Christians will not be here to experience the great tribulation under the Antichrist.
By supporting Reagan, evangelicals were not supporting womanizing or divorce, but they were endorsing Reagan’s policies.
If there is a great white throne judgment in which all unbelievers are going to be judged and sentenced to an eternity in hell, shouldn’t that motivate us right now to share Christ with as many people as possible?
The fact is you cannot talk about the love of God. The love of God has no meaning whatsoever unless you understand the judgment of God that all of us deserve.
Frankly, Christians have not always made good presidents.
Jesus was not this wimpy little guy who walked around munching sunflower seeds and saying nice things to people. The real Jesus of the Bible said, ‘Render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar’s.’ That is: Obey the government.
I think the great irony of history will be that it was a secular billionaire from New York who turned out the be the most faith-friendly president in history.
Quite frankly, I would prefer to have a non-Christian like Mitt Romney who at least pretends to embrace biblical principles over a professing Christian like Barack Obama who embraces very unbiblical positions on abortion.
If I started preaching politics from the pulpit, our church would empty overnight. That’s not why people come to church. They want to hear the word of God being proclaimed, not the word of Robert Jeffress.
I will be the first to admit that the sanctity of life and the preservation of religious freedom are not even among the top ten concerns of most voters. But those issues should be of primary importance to those who call themselves Christians.
I do believe, sooner rather than later, churches will face the loss of their tax-exempt status if they do not engage in same-sex ceremonies.
Evangelicals overwhelmingly voted for Ronald Reagan – not because he was the most religious candidate, but he possessed the quality evangelicals felt like was most important, and that is leadership.