I used to enjoy listening to Dr. Robert Jeffress several years ago, but he started to turn more political in nature in 2020 having former President Trumps Veep in his church "to give his testimony." Now, I've got nothing against having a political leader in to give their testimony of salvation...but it seemed to be more of a Trump rally than a worship service. This past week or so, Dr. Jeffress has decided that he can decisively say that there is no Scriptural reason for a person NOT to get the vaccines....I think he's crossed a line and is trying to take the position of the Holy Spirit in people's lives. I'm seeing quite a bit of this in nearly every sect of the Baptist church, and I truly find it disheartening. Preachers are NOT the "end all" or the decision makers for their members. They are to shepherd their flocks, not try to play the Holy Spirit, convicting others to do something. It's NOT his job. Of course, this is just MY OPINION. Others are allowed to have theirs....below is one of the articles that give an account of what Dr. Jeffress said. Some of the ones I could have used have disappeared as if to stop any damage that could be caused to Dr. Jeffress' ministry because of his speaking out. I also find this disconcerting. Dr. Jeffress is SBC, and a former SBC President.