Right-wing activist Glenn Beck, who’s somehow still getting attention, had every intention to restore America’s covenant with God this Summer… but the coronavirus got in the way.
Maybe it’s a sign.
In December 2019, Beck announced that this “Restoring The [Covenant]” event would take place in Gettysburg, PA, on July 4, 2020, provided that God would perform some unnamed “miracle” that Beck said was needed to ensure the event could take place. Beck wouldn’t say what this miracle was, because that was all part of God’s master plan.
“I know I am supposed to do another Restoring event and that event is Restoring The Covenant, and it’s supposed to happen in Gettysburg, and it’s supposed to happen on July 4,” Beck said. “It’s just going to take a miracle. Pray for a miracle. I don’t want to tell you what it has to be because I think God wants me to understand, ‘It has nothing to do with you.’ And he wants, I believe, to show his power. So pray.”
Despite receiving a miracle that cleared the way for the event to take place (Beck wouldn’t say what it was), COVID-19 soon interfered with God’s plan. The event was canceled.
So Beck’s Option B was to air a TV special:
I can’t wait to not watch this.
You don’t need to waste your time, though, to realize that nowhere in the Bible does God make a covenant with (the not-yet-in-existence) America.
(via Right Wing Watch)