Pastor Steve Wohlberg

Pastor Steve Wohlberg

A Jewish Christian from Los Angeles, Pastor Steve Wohlberg is the Speaker/ Director of White Horse Media (Priest River, ID) and the host of His Voice Today radio and television broadcasts. A prolific writer and much in-demand speaker, he is the author of over 30 books and has conducted Bible prophecy seminars throughout North America and overseas. He has been featured on three History Channel documentaries (Nostradamus Effect: Secrets of the Seven Seals; Armageddon Battle Plan; Strange Rituals: Apocalypse) and has spoken by special invitation inside the Pentagon and U.S. Senate. He currently lives in Priest River, Idaho, with his wife Kristin and their two children, Seth Michael and Abigail Rose.

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  1. Avatar Bruce Nicola
    October 29, 2020 @ 5:09 pm

    Greetings Steve,
    You are right that this election is like no other in my 69 years of life! As a retired pastor I decided at the beginning of my ministry that I needed to be an “Independent” or “non-partisan” pastor if I was going to be able to minister to ALL of my congregations. The old saying about avoiding religion and politics is certainly more true than ever today! Having said that, I want to gently go the other direction from you in your commentary. The issues you brought up are of vital importance and not to minimized at all. I agree with you about them as to how they impact our society. But, we have seen how the character issue of a leader also impacts a nation. Four years ago the choice America faced was extremely hard–it was for me-since neither candidate came with characters that I as a Christian felt at al comfortable with. The past four years have been a reflection in our great nation of how the character of a leader impacts everything that is going on. It is VERY difficult to separate the man from the actions and words. And while abortion is a very, very important issue, I believe God can take care of it IF He so chooses regardless of who is in the White House. There are so many other vitally important issues our nation needs to also deal with nationally and internationally that require a person of high moral, ethical, (dare I say) religious character to lead in a way that God can bless this nation. My wife and I tell people to read Daniel 2 through very carefully. It is a reminder that ultimately it is GOD who is in charge of the United States and all the other nations of this world. And fortunately He is coming back very soon if the signs of the times are telling us anything. I pray for you and your ministry to be blessed with a double portion of the Holy Spirit as you spread our end-time message to a dying world, Steve.

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    • Pastor Steve Wohlberg Pastor Steve Wohlberg
      November 4, 2020 @ 3:07 pm

      Thank you Bruce. We appreciate your prayers. Yes, our hope is in Jesus. Keep the faith!

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  2. Avatar lily hughes
    October 29, 2020 @ 5:32 pm

    After hearing in a sermon Ellen White’s quote on voting in which she states that “temperance and virtue” were the issues she said merited voting. I hesitated for
    quite a few days considering this. Then I realized that mass killing of innocent babies was not an issue in her time and was that not as egregious, if not much more so, than either temperance or virtue? That settled it for me and I voted with this as the biggest issue in the 2020 election. I’m so glad I did as I don’t see how I could have lived with myself if I hadn’t voted against it. God bless! lily

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  3. Avatar William K. Knox
    October 29, 2020 @ 6:14 pm

    You’ve just told us who you favor in this election. Yes, marriage is to be between one man and woman. The other point is that abortion is wrong but does that give any one the right to force their views on others? Let me explain. God gives us the power of choice.
    He tells us to choose life or death, Him or satan. What I see Evangelicals doing is forcing one to do as they want and not let one’s choice be the deciding factor. What a woman does with her body is her business, her choice, and between her and God. The Christian’s duty is to help her to chose God’s way and to change hearts by the power of the HOLY SPIRIT. So much emphasis is on abortion, which is killing. Why isn’t so much emphasis placed on the killings in the streets and those from domestic abuse? What about the other nine commandments? Why isn’t the same emphasis put on stealing, adultery, and so?
    Last point: the same Evangelicals and others who put so much emphasis on abortion are the same ones who vote for candidates who cut away social services and healthcare from poor and vulnerable families. This is wrong and is in the category of injustice and oppression. These folk have a form of Godliness but deny the power thereof.

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    • Pastor Steve Wohlberg Pastor Steve Wohlberg
      November 4, 2020 @ 3:13 pm

      Thank you for your note William. Our ministry seeks to stress all ten of the commandments, which is what I do in my seminars. I believe each is important. I also can’t defend everything that pro-life people do. I can only seek to follow God myself, and to be a good example to others. About abortion. While I don’t believe in forcing my views on others, and I do agree that a woman has the right to do with her own body what she wills, but the problem is, as soon as conception occurs there is another, separate body inside a woman. The baby is NOT her body. It has a separate DNA, brain, heart, etc. To take that life (especially for convenience sake) is nothing short of murder, which is not only a religious issue, but a civil one. We shall see what the Supreme Court does if it revisits Roe v. Wade.

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      • Avatar lily hughes
        November 4, 2020 @ 7:30 pm

        Amen and amen! We must speak as God’s people if that is what we are and no one, including women, have a right to do what they want with the temple of God, their bodies. And certainly not in committing murder of innocents created by God Himself. I don’t believe we should agree with those that do not follow God’s commandments and excuse murder and desecration of their own bodies which, whether they know it or not, Jesus paid an eternal price to redeem. Millions and millions of humans sacrificed to the god of this world.

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  4. Avatar Sherrie stein
    October 29, 2020 @ 8:44 pm

    Yes, abortion & same sex marriage are issues. However, isn’t God the judge not us. We are to hate sin but live the sinner. Also, there are many more issues on the ballot: racism, division, white supremacy, poor, health, etc. God said to care for the poor, to love our brothers & sisters. Isn’t all of these issues more important?

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    • Pastor Steve Wohlberg Pastor Steve Wohlberg
      November 4, 2020 @ 3:14 pm

      Sherrie, yes, all these issues are important.

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  5. Avatar Deborah Mitchell
    October 30, 2020 @ 4:51 am

    There is much more that writer says about the vote and the baring of sins in choosing someone. What about really the absolute in these last days? Is evil really evil? … or is evil the better of the two evils?

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  6. Avatar Diane
    October 31, 2020 @ 2:20 pm

    Loved the book! Also, great radio interview. Please keep going forward, spreading the gospel to the world. Praying for you and your family. Stay well!

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