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In the wake of the Dallas police ambush, what can churches do to bring communities together?

Pastor Robert Jeffress said on "Fox and Friends Weekend" this morning that churches can help by engaging in public displays of support for police and by ensuring that churches instill in their members a respect for the police.

"The New Testament says in Romans 13:4 that law enforcement officers are ministers of God sent by God to punish evildoers," Jeffress said. "When you think about it, police officers are just as called by God to do what they do as pastors and priests were called by God."

"I'm getting very sick and tired of so-called ministers who do nothing but sow seeds of distrust and disrespect for the police," Jeffress said. "Those kind of bogus ministers need to be exposed and need to be called out for what they're doing."

Watch more from Jeffress above.

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