So you have the picture that we have today forming, and has formed, and will continue to form of the World Council of Churches and all of its cohorts, because they have merged themselves together in an unholy union made sort of a spiritual smorgasbord so you can kind of pick and choose your own doctrine. Whatever you want to believe is fine but it all comes out in the wash as long as you are a member of our organization. … In order for a person to hold fast to the doctrine and the truth of the Word of God today it is many times necessary for him to leave the apostate system. … ‘I will put on you no other burden.’ Look if you have apostates running your church, you have enough problems. If this has become the dominate factor in your church, you have big problems. … ‘hold on to what you have’ (The Valley Church, emphasis added).13
“On July 2, 2004, the 216th General Assembly of the [Reformed] Presbyterian Church (USA) approved several measures … including a call … to begin gathering data to support a selective divestment of holdings [approximately $8 billion] in multinational corporations doing business in Israel” (Alexa Smith, GA04121: Assembly Endorses Israel Divestment, July 2, 2004, emphasis added).
On April 1, 1933, Germany’s newly elected chancellor initiated what was to be a 1000 year millennium of the Third Reich with a nationwide boycott of Jewish businesses. The Star of David was scrawled in yellow and black across doors and windows: “our studio, like the other Jewish businesses in Karlsruhe, was plastered with signs during the anti-Jewish boycott: ‘Don't buy from Jews’” (Johanna Hirsch, child Holocaust survivor, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, D.C.).
13The Valley Church, Thyatira, 3/24/74, (audio tape).