New Album Drop: Review of Kanye West’s “Jesus Is King”

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“Kanye is Born Again and on His Path”

I woke up Friday with an Apple alert notifying me that Kanye West had dropped his new album, “Jesus is King.” Eleven new songs that signify the awakening of Ye. Kanye’s wife Kim Kardashian was on “The View” recently, where she told the hosts that “Kanye is born again and on his path.” When I mentioned to my Godson this morning that I was listening to his album and going to write on it, he mentioned how Twitter was hating on it since its release. So I decided to view trending and see what the Twitter weather was talking about. Some people when faced with talking about Christ immediately want to mock. They are on a lower vibration, in my opinion. 

It is pretty amazing that one of the biggest rappers just very publicly turned to God and decided to devote the rest of his life making a change in himself, stopping secular music but focusing on greater things. Since he is so popular it is quite exciting because if open to it, his fans could possibly be lead down a life of faith in God by the teachings of Christ. West is an artist and his past rhymes reflected his path, which was mainly hidden, but emerges in songs like “Jesus Walks.” It took some time, but finally, we are here. 

Closed on Sunday

So back to Twitter, I look and there is one song specifically that is getting a lot criticism by the deep sheep on Twitter, “Closed On Sunday.” If you listen closely, the lyrics say, “Closed on Sunday, you my Chick-Fil-A, hold the selfies, put the gram away, get your family, y’all hold hands and pray. When you got daughters, always keep ‘em safe, watch out for vipers, don’t let them indoctrinate.”

Love will prevail.

Then it starts again, “Closed on Sunday, you’re my number one with the lemonade. Raise our sons, train them in the faith, through temptations, make sure they’re wide awake. Follow Jesus, listen and obey, no more living for the culture, we nobody’s slave. Stand up for my home, even if I take this walk alone. I bow down to the King upon the throne. My life is His, I’m no longer my own. I pray to God that he’ll strengthen my hand, they think twice stepping onto my land. I draw the line that’s written in the sand. Try me and you will see that I ain’t playin’. Nah, back up off my family, move your hands, I got my weapons in the spirit’s land.”

Now is where it gets interesting with a hidden clue. West goes on to say, “I, Jezebel don’t even stand a chance,” he repeats again, “Jezebel don’t even stand a chance, Chick-Fil-A,” and then the songs ends. 

Who is Jezebel?

Admittedly, I forgot about this historical figure, yet the name sounded familiar. So I went straight to a web browser. There it says Jezebel was the daughter of Ithobaal I of Sidon and the wife of Ahab, King of Israel, according to the Book of Kings of the Hebrew Bible. According to the Biblical narrative, Jezebel, along with her husband, instituted the worship of Baal and Asherah on a national scale. In addition, she violently purged the prophets of Yahweh from Israel, damaging the reputation of the Omride Dynasty.

This is very significant that Kanye West used this in this particular song. He is outting the Deep State by bringing up Jezebal and Chick-Fil-A. We know Chick-Fil-A, a Christain company which closes on Sunday would get a lot of buzz in this song by the sheep. Chick- Fil-A is always being hated on. The reason why this is significant is because the hater sheep won’t even understand nor take the time to understand who Jezebel is. They will hate and the Deep State will distract by encouraging their flock to mock using this song specifically because by saying “Jezebal,” it gives the message that “we see you and know what you do.” They will use Chick-Fil-A as the distraction, but we’re on to your sick, twisted, ritualistic ways and your time is up.

The name Jezebal is very significant because we are currently in a spiritual war where this Deep State cabal is also is worshiping Baal! This is interconnected and circles back to Epstein’s island! Think about who went to the island. What did they do there? Spoiler alert, it wasn’t just to drink Mai Tais and get a tan. Why are the mainstream vipers recently trying to indoctrinate us with cannibalism? If you are somewhat awake and not sleeping entirely you might catch these articles or even Netflix’s new cooking show with Chrissy Teigen, the new Anthony Bourdain. On the new cooking show, “Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner,” she openly says she would eat humans. That is not a joke nor a coincidence.

Biblical Explanations

What is Baal and what does it mean if I worship him?  Baal was the name of the supreme god worshiped in ancient Canaan and Phoenicia. The practice of Baal worship infiltrated Jewish religious life during the time of the Judges (Judges 3:7), became widespread in Israel during the reign of Ahab (1 Kings 16:31-33), and also affected Judah (2 Chronicles 28:1-2). The word baal means “lord”; the plural is baalim. In general, Baal was a fertility god who was believed to enable the earth to produce crops and people to produce children. Different regions worshiped Baal in different ways, and Baal proved to be a highly adaptable god. Various locals emphasized one or another of his attributes and developed special “denominations” of Baalism. Baal of Peor (Numbers 25:3) and Baal-Berith (Judges 8:33) are two examples of such localized deities.

The Canaanites worshiped Baal as the sun god and as the storm god—he is usually depicted holding a lightning bolt—who defeated enemies and produced crops. They also worshiped him as a fertility god who provided children. Baal worship was rooted in sensuality and involved ritualistic prostitution in the temples. At times, appeasing Baal required human sacrifice, usually the firstborn of the one making the sacrifice (Jeremiah 19:5). The priests of Baal appealed to their god in rites of wild abandon which included loud, ecstatic cries and self-inflicted injury (1 Kings 18:28).

Before the Hebrews entered the Promised Land, the Lord God warned against worshiping Canaan’s gods (Deuteronomy 6:14-15), but Israel turned to idolatry anyway. During the reign of Ahab and Jezebel, at the height of Baal worship in Israel, God directly confronted the paganism through His prophet Elijah. First, God showed that He, not Baal, controlled the rain by sending a drought lasting three-and-one-half years (1 Kings 17:1). Then Elijah called for a showdown on Mt. Carmel to prove once and for all who the true God was.

All day long, 450 prophets of Baal called on their god to send fire from heaven—surely an easy task for a god associated with lightning bolts—but “there was no response, no one answered, no one paid attention” (1 Kings 18:29). After Baal’s prophets gave up, Elijah prayed a simple prayer, and God answered immediately with fire from heaven. The evidence was overwhelming, and the people “fell prostrate and cried, ‘The LORD–he is God! The LORD–he is God!’” (verse 39).  

Everything is Connected

West’s entire album is refreshing. We have people in our society that have managed to inflitrate our government with evil. To know there is a great awakening happening and that we are living through it is thrilling. Since these people control our media, we have to fight in order to speak about Christ, and that is very telling. Today in our advanced society these evil people worship Baal in a secret society. Soon I am afraid we all will learn more about their atrocities.

On Tucker Carlson, it was reported that Hillary Clinton spoke out on a podcast talking about “fake videos with flashing lights,” and her supposedly doing bad things but then it “vanishes on the dark web [and] would come out in two parts” sounds like she is trying to cover up and prepare the public for an incoming bombshell. Remember, this woman still has excuses for days about why she lost the 2016 election and mastered the “art of the spin.”

At Elijah Cummings’ funeral, Hillary spoke and even mentioned from the Bible, “the Prophet Elijah could call down fire from heaven. But he also prayed and stood up against corrupt the leadership of King Ahab and Queen Jezebel.” The crowd then cheers loudly. Talk about projection! She is a very sick-sly woman and knows Hollywood PR 101. You could’ve even make this stuff up. She mentions this at 2:12 in the YouTube video.

Our beloved President Trump and faithful spiritual warriors are fighting everyday in removing the evil from our government and neighborhoods to save the children. If you haven’t been living under a rock, pedophilia and those associated with it’s evil are being arrested everyday since he took office. They will face judgement here on earth and to the face of God.

God Bless our strong spiritual warriors like you and me. God bless President Trump and popular artists like Kanye West, who resist the industry pressures and stand up for love, who are not afraid what that will mean. In doing so, these spiritual warriors help pave the way in saving our world and spreading truth. Love will always prevail.