Kanye West has been leading a huge Sunday service revival and over the weekend, he had the service at Joel Osteen’s mega Lakewood Church.
At the church, West attended two services, the first was more of a question and answer session with Joel Osteen in which he made some really shocking remarks. He referred to himself as ‘The greatest artist’ ever created by God, came to the defense of Joel Osteen against what he termed critics and more.
The second was West’s “Jesus is King: Sunday Service Experience.” Kanye West and his choir performed for about two hours during the evening service. It was live-streamed on the church’s social media pages and website. Lines of fans wrapped around the block. Osteen said he invited West because the rapper reaches people that church normally can’t. “We traveled all the way from College Station,” Melanie Rodriguez said.
With a design of lighting that sort of projected the choir right in the middle of the eye of Horus, a symbol most beloved by the illuminati.
The Eye of Horus, also known as wadjet, wedja or udjat, is an ancient Egyptian symbol of protection, royal power, and good health. The Eye of Horus is similar to the Eye of Ra, which belongs to a different god, Ra, but represents many of the same concepts. The all seeing eye is a favorite symbol of the Illuminati and many other ocults.
From music to movies, it is a symbol that has been extensively used and similarly hidden in plain sight that seems to connect all the members of this international organization to their central and core believes.
Kanye West and his choir performed for about two hours during the evening service. It was live-streamed on the church’s social media pages and website. Lines of fans wrapped around the block. Osteen said he invited West because the rapper reaches people that church normally can’t. “We traveled all the way from College Station,” Melanie Rodriguez said.
“I’m actually really surprised by the mayhem. I thought people had written Kanye west off. I was surprised to see so much support for him tonight,” Chinedu Anikwata said. For the past year, West’s religion has taken center stage. He recently released “Jesus is King,” a gospel album.
“One girl had tears in her eyes and said ‘If Kanye West can change, I can change.’ I think he reaches people we can’t normally reach,” Osteen said. West told the crowd he’s using that reach to spread the church’s message. “We love Kanye. We love God so it’s obviously an awesome mixture,” Matthew Iommi said. READ MORE
The All-Seeing Eye At Lakewood Is Part Of Kanye’s Travelling Show. When Kanye’s shows are photographed from above, it becomes immediately clear when the real “message” of the ‘Jesus Is King’ agenda is all about.
Now from this perspective, it is not really a Jesus revival is it?
Here are some past photos with the same theme, so it cannot be a mistake.