A video of Dr. Steven Lawson’s harsh warning of Ecumenicalism

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Once upon a time I was ecumenical, but no more. Christians must flee from this. But when a Christian stands firm on the ‘inerrant sufficient’ Scriptures, while avoiding ecumenicalism and/or religious pluralism, our ministry opportunities will be less. Below are two of my most recent experiences.

Last year I was offered a paid position with a ministry based here in California. My flesh desired that position, but before accepting it, I prayed that the Lord would either ‘close that door,’ or ‘reveal to me a reason to say no.’ About a month later, the Director mentioned that they were bringing a Roman Catholic on board, and that he would be my immediate ministry partner, and that I was forbidden to preach (or share) the Gospel with him. Bear in mind this was not a secular job opportunity, this was a “ministry” position. Needless to say, I said “no,” and I never looked back.

Last year I was asked to give an invocation at a pro-life dinner here in Southern California. When I asked the host who the keynote speaker was, she advised “Father [name snipped] a catholic priest.” Needless to say, I respectfully declined, and I never looked back.

In this video Dr. Steve Lawson gives a harsh response to those that dabble in ecumenicalism, and/or religious pluralism. And he warns of some of the many false teachings of Roman Catholicism.

As always – Ye must be born again. Christians love ‘biblically’ – repent – be salt and light – be holy – be sanctified – fear God – pray without ceasing – keep His commandments – walk circumspectly – believe in and trust Jesus – obey the Gospel – share the Gospel – preach the Gospel – contend for the faith, – hate the things that God hates, and love the things that God loves – keep the faith, work-out your salvation, and endure to the end!

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