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September 18, 2017
Video footage of a Christian ‘holding up’ a bank
According to the F.B.I. the suspect has been identified as Bill Rhetts, a man who has been radically saved, and radically changed, by a radical God. Rhetts is described as a male while, 6’-02”, 230lbs, blond hair (a crew cut), wearing a garment made out of “camel’s hair, with a leather belt around his waist,” and he may have “locusts and wild honey” stuck to his goatee (Matt 3:4). Suspect is armed with a “Sword of the Lord,” and should considered extremely dangerous. If seen, do not try to apprehend him, but we strongly urge you to ‘repent for the kingdom of God is at hand.’ As seen in this video, the suspect drives a black Jeep, with a ‘Christian flag’ waving on the rear.
“Do you know what we need today? Preachers who are actually out there, where the dead are. Uncloistered men, who care nothing about religious accommodations, or ivory towers. They may use libraries, but they do not love them. They would rather stand out in the midst of a depraved humanity, and cry out thus saith the Lord, hear the Word of the Lord. We need to take this so called good theology, and get it out there where the dead are.” – Paul Washer
A professing Christian must not be what Jim Elliot warned against. Elliot said,
“We are so utterly ordinary, so commonplace, while we profess to know a Power the Twentieth Century does not reckon with. But we are “harmless,” and therefore unharmed. We are spiritual pacifists, non-militants, conscientious objectors in this battle-to-the-death with principalities and powers in high places. Meekness must be had for contact with men, but brass, outspoken boldness is required to take part in the comradeship of the Cross. We are “sideliners” — coaching and criticizing the real wrestlers while content to sit by and leave the enemies of God unchallenged. The world cannot hate us, we are too much like its own. Oh that God would make us dangerous!”
“If sinners will be damned, at least let them leap to hell over our bodies. And if they perish, let them perish with our arms about their knees, imploring them to stay. If hell must be filled, at least let it be filled in the teeth of our exertions, and let not one go there unwarned and unprayed for.” ~ Charles Spurgeon.
Music ‘Chevaliers de Sangreal,’ by Hans Zimmer & Richard Harvey.