Sarah Palin's Church Provided Material Support to Witch Hunter While Palin Was in Attendance
New evidence has emerged making it clear that Sarah Palin’s church in Wasilla provided material support to the religious campaign of a violent witch hunter, the same violent witch hunter who Palin credits with bringing God’s approval to her gubernatorial campaign. The material support was provided to the witch hunter at least as recently as 1999-2000, while Sarah Palin was an attending member of that church.
The Wasilla Assemblies of God originally took down recordings of multiple sermons by Thomas Muthee, the pastor who laid his hands on Sarah Palin in 2005 and told God to make her Governor, but now the WAG has put those recordings back up, making them available for you to listen. Sarah Palin was presumably listening in on these sermons of Muthee’s as well, considering that this was the time when Muthee personally laid hands on her.
The following is an introduction to Thomas Muthee given by WAG Pastor Ed Kalnins on October 11, 2005 in Wasilla Alaska (see the Muthee sermon “Faithfullness”):
So he and his wife moved to Kiambu, and at first they weren’t happy about it but now they are. Amen. Isn’t that perseverance? Isn’t that really good? People know perseverance is so important.
The intercessors got together and started tearing down strongholds, tearing down demonic realms over that city of Kiambu. And through the result of that there was breakthrough. And, um, so, uh, when Bishop Muthee came for the first time we saw him on the videotape, the Valley Pastors says, “We’ve got to have this man to Wasilla. We have got to have him here.”
And so through Bob Byron visiting Kiambu, introducing himself, I mean just one thing led to the next with Pastor Bob Byron, uh one thing led to the next. Bishop Muthee ended up here. Just a footnote, you know all those people on the Transformations videos, Valley Pastors Prayer Network made connections with. You know, um, which consists of a prayer meeting of pastors.
And so, uh, Bishop Muthee came and, um, and as we were sitting there we were so excited as about five years ago there, uh, we were just excited what God did. You know, through that we were able to raise several thousand dollars for him to buy a piece of property right next to this building that they were leasing. And so they were able to buy that land. That made a statement. And so God has used Alaska, literally, God has used Alaska to establish the Word of Faith Church that he is currently pastor in by buying property, bringing sound equipment, to books, to materials, to you name it! We were there! Alaska was there.
When Thomas Muthee took to the stage a few minutes later, he was sure to thank the Wasilla Assemblies of God for its material support to his campaign:
You have stood with us over the years. You have helped us, you know, establish the work that we are doing, and above all, you were able to send aid to come and stand with us when we needed help.
Sarah Palin has described Thomas Muthee’s power of intercessory prayer as “awesome,” “bold,” and “powerful.”
I’d like to know:
Did Sarah Palin watch the Transformations video that made the rounds in her church, the video in which Muthee’s witch hunting is detailed?
As a member of the Wasilla Assemblies of God at the time, did Sarah Palin make a donation to provide material support to the witch hunting campaign of Thomas Muthee?