Hello everybody, Pastor Boyle here from Revival Baptist Church in Orlando, Florida with a very important announcement to make. We’re gonna be hosting this June 14th, 15th, and 16th a conference exposing the reprobates. The name of our conference is “Make America Straight Again”. That’ll be a Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, the 14th, 15th, and 16th of June, and we’re gonna have preachers like Pastor Tommy McMurtry, Pastor Steven Anderson, Pastor Roger Jimenez, Pastor Aaron Thompson, and many others who have already been known for making a vocal stand against the sodomites and their filth that they’ve been spreading in to the homes and families across the world and the United States of America. And we’ve chosen this place and time because this is their Gay Pride Week in Orlando, and they’re gonna be out proud of who they are and daring someone to say something, and we’re gonna go ahead and take them up on it, and this conference is gonna be explaining our view, or rather, God’s view on it.
In fact, the verse that we’ve chosen is Ecclesiastes 1:15, and the Bible says, “That which is crooked cannot be made straight”, and another verse that follows that is Ecclesiastes 7:13, and the Bible reads, “Consider the work of God: for who can make that straight, which he hath made crooked?” And God’s asking the question, once someone’s been turned over, who can then bring them back? And the answer is no one. And this is gonna shock some people, but don’t be too surprised. This same doctrine - it’s nothing new - this same doctrine was once thundered in pulpits all across the United States of America just a generation or two ago. Well, we’re bringing it back up. We’re opening our Bibles. We’re gonna blow the dust off this doctrine and expose it for what it is, and I want you to be there. If you can be there, get time off work, drive in, fly in, we’ll make accommodations, be here for it. That’s June 14th, 15th, and 16th.
[The rest of the video shows clips of the pastors who will be speaking at the conference making appallingly vile homophobic remarks, often to the cheers of their congregations.]