On 11/14/18 I posted my latest video on the ‘We Cannot Save America Unless We Recognize God’ Facebook Group. A member of that group (Jacquelyn Meyers) commented under that post, sharing her opposition to my method of evangelism. Below is a screenshot of my post, along with her comment; and below that screenshot, is my response to Jacqueline.
Jacquelyn Meyers thank you for commenting to my post. Since you thought it was appropriate to publicly criticize my evangelism, I believe it is appropriate to respond back to you publicly.
I do appreciate Biblical constructive criticism, but your comment was neither constructive, nor Biblical. According to the description of this page, their statement is in part ~
“We are a group of Christian Patriots who see our world mired in a lack of faith, loss of focus on the Lord and misunderstanding about how and why our nation was founded, why it was protected from strife for generations, and why now it seemingly is falling apart. We believe that God was, is and always will be the answer to our prayers in preparing ourselves and our families for the calamities we face in our communities and our nation as a result of the missteps of our leaders and the general population who elected them.”
Though I no longer consider myself a “patriot,” I am unashamedly a born-again bond slave to Christ. Therefore I am not worried about saving America, but I am concerned about the salvation of souls, and the health of the true church (Christ’s bride). Unless I put God, Jesus Christ, and His Scriptures in the ‘front and center’ of my life, all other things (including America) are idolatry. My intent is to get Americans to “recognize God,” the God of the Scriptures.
Jacquelyn you said “I’m so glad I’m a member of a church where there isn’t this kind of yelling. We quietly teach the word of God, as is the feeling of the way Christ taught in the gospels–the records of his life.”
Naturally so, the lost world is opposed to Heralds preaching the Gospel in the public realm. But unnaturally so, many ‘professing’ (alleged) Christians do as well. Since you stated that you are a “member of a church,” I decided to analyze your social media presence. According to your own posts, apparently you are a Mormon. Jacquelyn, Mormonism is not part of the Biblical “church.” Since you listened to my video, you will know what (or whom) the Biblical “church” is. Mormonism is a religion that has sent more people to hell, than all the nude bars in this ungodly Nation. Belonging to a religion is tantamount to getting a religious inoculation. A vaccine that will only make the lost feel just good enough, to be comfortable on their way to hell.
You also mentioned that “there isn’t this kind of yelling” at your place that you wrongfully call “church.” That they “quietly teach the word of God, as is the feeling of the way Christ taught in the gospels–the records of his life.”
Though I was not screaming or “yelling” when I preached my sermon, I did use amplification amongst that small crowd. I can assure you that when the Prophets of the Old Testament, and the Apostles of the New Testament preached in public, their voices were louder than mine. Bear in mind they did not have amplification back then. Furthermore, when the LORD Jesus preached to the thousands on the Sermon of the Mount (without amplification), I assure you the Lord’s voice was louder than mine.
I am not going to spend any more time trying to convince you that heralding the Gospel in public is Biblical. Because the Scriptures are clear that “But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned” (1 Corinthians 2:14).
The Scriptures also warn “For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness; but unto us [born-again Christians] which are saved it is the power of God” (1 Corinthians 1:18). Jacqueline I believe my preaching was foolish to you, because you are perishing in your sins. You described Heralding the glorious Gospel as “yelling,” but the Scriptures describe a man who preaches the Gospel as, “How beautiful are the feet of them that preach the gospel of peace, and bring glad tidings of good things” (Romans 10:15).
After further examining this Facebook page, it appears to be an ecumenical group. I cannot be unequally yoked to a pseudō -Christian page that puts America before the LORD. Therefore I will remove myself from this group.
In closing. I am glad that you heard my sermon. It is clear that you are either convicted and/or offended because you too have transgressed God’s Law, and the wrath of God abides upon you. Therefore you are suppressing the truth in your unrighteousness (Romans 1:18-32). Jacqueline you need to be saved from your sins. So would you please read my below Gospel tract. Admittedly my presentation of the Law and Gospel is better there, than the video.
THE GLORIOUS GOSPEL