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(LifeSiteNews) – In the latest episode of The Bishop Strickland Show, Bishop Joseph Strickland of Tyler, Texas indirectly praised those who are refusing to take the abortion-tainted jab and fighting COVID mandates, even if it might mean having to sacrifice their livelihoods.

His Excellency noted that all must prepare for martyrdom of any kind and that “it’s not a future possibility.”

He said, “People right now are losing their jobs because of the principles that are guiding them. They are having to lose privileges. They’re suffering in all kinds of ways.”

Even though he doesn’t directly mention the COVID jab mandates, in recent weeks and months workers across the United States have lost their employment due to forced vaccinations. A recent LifeSiteNews report highlighted how even military personnel have been defying the mandates.

Strickland nevertheless spoke about the importance of witnessing to the truth despite the personal costs. “We have to be men who will stand up for the truth,” he said. “Christ is truth incarnate, so standing for the truth is always standing for Christ.”

The bishop also told people about the need to realize the connection the COVID ‘vaccines’ have to abortion. He highlighted how he has seen from the beginning “clear evidence” by scientists and from documents from the pharmaceutical companies which show that “they were using aborted children” for vaccines and “so many things.”

Strickland added, “We need to wake up and say no. We can’t go back and change the past, but we need to change the future.”

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To watch all previous episodes of The Bishop Strickland Showclick here to visit LifeSite’s Catholic Rumble page.

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