In the Bible, Jezebel was a powerful, wicked queen, and wife of a passive king called Ahab.
You’re exactly right, Marc, and I learned a lesson from that,” Warren replied.
“And I learned that anything I say now privately is now public. I wanted to talk to my own people as a duty, because as a shepherd, I’m responsible for those who put themselves under my care. I am responsible for the people who choose to be under my care and ask me a question.” “So, I’ve had to look at how do I communicate to my people in a way that doesn’t look like I’m pontificating to the entire world,” he added.
If the potential recruits do not cooperate and buy into things, this angers them.
They are not sympathetic to their victims, and tend to play the role of victim themselves, in order to gain sympathy.
Baal was the god of prosperity, god of the harvests, god of fertility and sex.
(Does this sound like some of the modern day gospels that some people preach?
They recruit others in their charges against their victims.
They act to persuade recruits, and do not give up this activity until the recruits are won over.
) Jezebel was a witch, and her spirit of witchcraft is still in operation today in the church, and in the world.