As for Webber, you can expect him to continue diligently sharing the gospel to all who will hear it, in spite of the massive backlash from this incident: "The common thread I hear from people who disagreed with what I did is that it wasn't the right 'time and place' to stand up and preach."
"Christians need to realize that if we don't stand up now, there won't be ANY 'times or places' left. There was a period of time in America where standing up to preach the Gospel would have been met with applause. But even in past times when I've preached, the message has been met with cursing, objects being thrown, and so on."
"Many people have said to leave the preaching for the pulpit," Webber concluded. "But, for one thing, the freedom of the pulpit is being infringed upon as we speak. And for another, not everyone attends church on Sunday. But every person should hear the Gospel of God's love as expressed through the sacrifice of Jesus Christ."
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