Wednesday, December 3, 2014

The Courageous Minister Johnathan Gentry

Minister Johnathan Gentry
I just saw an amazing interview on Neil Cavuto's "This World" show on the Fox News Channel with Minister Johnathan Gentry of the West Angeles Church of God of Christ, who responded to the violence seen in Ferguson, MO following the grand jury decision to not indict police officer Darren Wilson [who has since been shamefully forced to resign from the police force due to threats against his family and the other officer's of the police force].

I call this Minister Johnathan Gentry courageous because he goes against the usual mantra spewed by the so-called leaders of the black community and against the majority of voices you hear on TV from a majority of the black community [I am not saying that it is a majority view held by black people, it is just the majority view that the networks show on TV]. 

In this interview he said that he is tired of being called out for not being black [by the usual suspects] because he doesn't express the views they [the left] think he should express as a black man.  But that will not stop him from expressing his views of sanity and truth.

Near the end of the interview, Neil Cavuto said, I really have nothing to add to what you have said.  I will use Neil's wisdom by saying I have nothing that I could say in this post that would enhance the minister's great rhetoric, so I will just show this video of the minister in his own words. 

Minister Johnathan Gentry Interviewed by Neil Cavuto - Dec. 2, 2014:


Anonymous said...

I listened to him on The Blaze with Glenn Beck on Tuesday. Glenn was in awe of him. Mr C and I were touched by his humbleness. Also saw him on Cavuto. What a great mentor he can be. God can surely use this humble soul. Thank You for posting so many can watch
Krissy in ATX

Big Mike said...

Thanks Krissy!