Video of Fort Worth police sergeant Jones being a tyrant and a spirit of Jezebel, as she displays her disdain towards men and Christians
My brief analysis: This analysis may seem a little harsh, but bear in mind that Sergeant Jones is unlawfully stopping the righteous works of the Lord.
This police officer (Sergeant Jones) is rude, obnoxious, unprofessional, and bears the fruit of the spirit of Jezebel. Biblically speaking she is most likely an enemy of Christ (and the wrath of God abides upon her). She seems to be a hater of men, as she treats them as if they were they were her own little boys. Her pink cup (which is also unprofessional), should never be held in her gun hand (very tactically unsound). No police officer has the authority to tell you to “shut your mouth.” She then tells a Christian man that he “can’t think through” things. If this sergeant is married, her husband is probably one miserable man. I suspect those other officers may be embarrassed to work under her as well.
It’s interesting that this all occurred at a Joyce Meyers conference. The world is full of gender confusion, but sadly we see gender confusion in some churches, and ministries as well. Joyce Meyers is in the forefront of this madness. She’s often behind the pulpit preaching and teaching over men, while her husband’s behind the curtains. More and more women are being masculinized, while their husbands are being feminized. Gender confusion belongs to the world system, but sadly it’s infiltrated the church. It’s infiltrated the pro-life ministry as well.
I am not criticizing these Christians in any way, as it’s easy for me to say this from my desk. But I probably would not have obeyed Jezebels unlawful orders. This would have been worth challenging in a court of law. However, if they were arrested, their video would have been confiscated, and probably deleted. Hence, then it would be the Sergeants words against theirs.
Nevertheless, these men and woman of the Abolitionist Society did a fine job. I hope they filed a formal complaint with their Internal Affairs Division, and sought-out legal counsel. As I’ve said before, our own local law enforcement will be used in the persecution of the church. Therefore pray for your law enforcement, and whenever possible share the Gospel with them. Here’s one video open-air preaching to officers, and another video engaging in one on one evangelism with two officers.
Brethren remain steadfast in their faith, and do not flinch in the face of adversity. Onward Christian soldiers.
Update: Please see comments below for any further updates regarding Sgt Jones.
Joyce Meyer and the Fort Worth PD have the Abolitionist Society of Fort Worth illegally detained
According to the this link (http://www.tcgpwa.org/gmrl.html), I believe this is her bio? Kathi S. Jones? Notice no husband mentioned. Noticed that she’s been recognized by the ‘TARRANT COUNTY GAY PRIDE WEEK ASSOCIATION.’
Kathi was born in Rochester, N.Y., and resided there until the age of 9. As a young girl, she always admired police officers and it was her dream to be one. After high school Kathi attended Tarrant County Community College and began working on getting the college hours necessary to achieve her goal of becoming a police officer.
Eight months after giving birth to her only child, Gabriele (Gabby), her dream came true and in August of 1986, she joined the Fort Worth Police department, and began her career. The academy was 4 1/2 months of tough physical training and studies. In January of 1987 she graduated from the Fort Worth Police Academy and went to work the streets in patrol. As an officer Kathi was assigned to Downtown Bike Patrol, before being promoted to corporal/detective. As a detective she worked in the Family Violence Unit, Sexual Assault Unit and Operational Analysis. By her ninth year with the police department, Kathi decided to promote further and achieved the rank of sergeant.
As a Police Sergeant, Kathi has worked patrol, Neighborhood Patrol Officer (NPO), and School Security Initiative. While in School Security Initiative, Kathi found a calling when it came to anti-bullying. She received comments from the officers that worked in the schools about the amount of bullying they witnessed. Kathi began to create a PowerPoint program that was the first to be used in the Fort Worth Independent School District. The program was taught to children of all ages, parents, counselors, and teachers. It became so popular that Kathi was asked to present the program at a seminar for teachers and counselors in Miami.
In the 26 years Kathi has worked for the Fort Worth Police Department, she has taken pride in her assignments and the fact that it allowed her to bond with many wonderful people in the community. The commitment of serving the public has been a true inspiration to Kathi. It has created a great many wonderful relationships including ta bond with the Fort Worth Gay Pride Week Association and the many wonderful people who are a part of this organization. Kathi has become the officer within the department who has worked closely with the group to assist in the security for several yearly events for past three years. Kathi enjoys the sense of community within this group and continues to endeavor in order to make their functions as safe as possible
Hey only $225.00 to watch her PowerPoint on bullying.
I am so thankful for the bullying that I received when I was a school kid. I am so thankful for parents that did not coddle me, but trained me up to be a man.
I am so thankful that bullying (or other hard times) that helped in building character.
Why don’t they just put the 10 commandments back op on the wall of every classroom – and teach them?
Here’s another piece about Sergeant Kathi Jones being a Grand Marshal at a homosexual parade. With much conflict of interest according to this article, “Sgt. Kathi Jones, an honorary grand marshal of this year’s parade said she’s arranged for two police Zero Tolerance teams and undercover intelligence to assist traffic officers hired by the Tarrant County Gay Pride Week Association.”
Interesting that a police official displays “zero tolerance” for Christians, while being the “grand marshal” in the homosexual parade? And who gets the criminal citations for “disorderly conduct? The Christians from a local church, not the homosexuals.
Sergeant Jones also mentions that the Christians whom were preaching at this gay pride parade displayed “hate.” I realize that there are ‘some’ street preachers that truly are hate mongers. I realize that there are ‘some’ street preachers that are ‘protesters’ rather than ‘proclaimers’ of the Gospel.
I searched for videos of Pastor Joey Faust of Kingdom Baptist Church street preaching. I found this one where Pastor Joey and his sheep open-air preached to homosexual activists, whom were infiltrating the Boy Scouts of America. I see no hate at all. Folks we’re living in times when and if a street preacher mentions sin, or opposes sin; then they are already deemed “hateful,” or as “hate speech.” But when a police official proactively sends out undercover officers, to find faults in street preachers, this is tyranny to say the least.
I do not know pastor Joeys doctrinal beliefs, therefore this is not an endorsement of him. Nonetheless, I see no “hate” in this one video that I found. Fact is, most pastors don’t have the boots on the ground courage to do what Pastor Joey did in the below video.
This aforementioned newspaper article can be seen here http://www.dallasvoice.com/tarrant-pride-larger-police-presence-10127910.html
The video of Pastor Joey street preaching below