Standing Against Abuse Requires the Making of Enemies

A Cry For Justice

But the Pharisees went out and conspired against him, how to destroy him. (Matthew 12:14)

If a person’s intent is to remain popular with everyone, especially with all the leaders of the visible church, then following Christ, standing against evil (especially evil hiding behind religion), and exposing abusers is most certainly not possible for them. Look at where Jesus walked and look at what He experienced at the hands of the visible “church” of his day and you will see the path He calls us to walk if we are going to take up our cross and follow Him.

George Whitefield, the great evangelist of the revival in the 1700’s, was not a controversialist by nature. He was a very gracious man. I have been reading the incredibly valuable biography of Whitefield written by Arnold Dallimore and I want to share with you a few paragraphs that illustrate precisely what…

View original post 1,101 more words

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

The True Way Of Salvation…

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Thirteen Heresies in The Shack

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

God is a perfect being and therefore cannot change

Reformedontheweb's Blog

Spurgeon 32. Well, I think that one argument will be enough, but another good argument may be found in the fact of God’s perfection. I believe God to be a perfect being. Now, if he is a perfect being, he cannot change. Do you not see this? Suppose I am perfect to-day. If it were possible for me to change, should I be perfect tomorrow after the alteration? If I changed, I must either change from a good state to a better — and then if I could get better, I could not be perfect now-or else from a better state to a worseand if I were worse, I should not be perfect then. If I am perfect, I cannot be altered without being imperfect. If I am perfect to-day, I must keep the same to-morrow if I am to be perfect then. So, if God is perfect, he must be…

View original post 29 more words

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

The Apostolic and Prophetic Movement

Reasoned Cases for Christ

Source: The Apostolic and Prophetic Movement

“ I heard what I call the internal audible voice of the Lord…It was as clear as crystal. I heard the actual words. There was no guess-work. It was not impressions.   It was the word of the Lord came to me.  And the Lord said this, ‘I am going to change the understanding and expression of Christianity in the whole world in one generation.’”[1] -Mike Bickle

The majority of the Church has not taken seriously the claims of the modern apostles and prophets to be introducing a new paradigm into the Body of Christ.  These claims are far more than idle boasts.  Indeed the paradigm shifts have already begun in many segments of Christianity.  To say that the movement has grown rapidly would be a gross understatement.  The issues raised go far deeper than a mere debate over the cessation or continuation…

View original post 4,005 more words

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Rick Warren Outdoes King Narcigete Steven Furtick?


Rick Warren recently published an article titled, “Personalize God’s Word to Change Your Life.” Read the archived article here:

Personalize God’s Word to Change Your Life

Pulpit & Pen have reviewed how dangerous Rick Warren and his teaching is:

Rick Warren: Replace Words in the Bible to Make it All About You

This past Monday, October 23rd, 2016 false teacher, Rick Warren started promoting what he calls the “personalize-it method” of Bible meditation. In other words, this could be summed up as the “Narcissistic method” of Bible interpretation. At Rick Warren’s Daily Hope website under the devotional section Rick Warren explains:

“Put your name in the text, and you’ll strengthen your faith and encourage yourself.”

Is this biblical? Should we be substituting our names in place of pronouns or nouns that we already find in the Bible? The short answer is —NO!  In the Word of God,  we find…

View original post 380 more words

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Don’t Let a Hypocrite Make You Think You are a Second Rate Christian

A Cry For Justice

We do not dare to classify or compare ourselves with some who commend themselves. When they measure themselves by themselves and compare themselves with themselves, they are not wise. (2 Cor 10:12 NIV)

Many domestic abusers parade as eminently “holy” Christians, the pillar of their church, the greatest servant in the flock, the…..well, you know how this charade goes. In their quest for their drug of choice (power and control) they put on a masterful disguise, perhaps as a father who is the finest example of Christian fathering and husbanding in the land. Others in the church even wish that they could be as godly as he, and their children as respectful and obedient as this fellow’s. The women of the church strive to be the kind of saintly wife this man’s wife is, yielding to their man’s every wish. The men of the church see him as an example…

View original post 536 more words

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment