I wish professing Christians would stop using the mention of Phoebe to wrongfully justify their unbiblical installations of female Deacons. When the Apostle Paul called Phoebe a “deacon” in Romans 16:1, he was not referring to, nor calling her by a title or office. The word “deacon” in Romans 16:1 is the Greek word diakonos, which means
Naturally so, this sermon will be hated by the world, but unnaturally it will be disliked by a large number of professing Christians. But I believe it is ‘providentially necessary’ to sound the trumpet. If I fear to preach it, then perhaps I am a hireling, not a shepherd.
Though this was an exposition of Psalm 29, I compared the Lord of these Scriptures to the unbiblical Jesus seen in the new TV series The Chosen, I also wrote about it here.
Recently on Facebook, a page called “The Chosen” kept popping up on my newsfeed. I then noticed that a large percentage of my Facebook friends ‘liked’ this page. But when I saw this page was a television series about Jesus, I decided to investigate a little further. According to this first post I saw on
These last several days have been a difficult time for my wife, myself, our children, and many family members. Our 23-month-old grandson Lake was admitted into a hospital and was listed in grave condition. Sadly, today Lake succumbed to his medical distress. I am not writing this to invite you to my pity party. Instead,
Amy Rue, I received your comment you submitted under this video. Since your comment was public, I will respond publicly. I see as of “Sept 10, 2020” you have a brand new YouTube channel. Is this so you can profess to be a Christian, then wrongfully criticize Heralds with your unbiblical (anti-Biblical) rhetoric? Amy, you
About five years ago a Supervisor at this location threatened to have me arrested. She has called the police a few times. One day the State Police (CHP) responded and detained me pending further investigation (but God). Sadly she professes to be a Christian. How was she allegedly saved? By “accepting” Jesus; hence my remarks.
I have a video on my YouTube channel entitled ‘What many pastors won’t tell you, regarding sexual immorality, by Paul Washer.’ It’s generated hundreds of thousands of views, and thousands of comments. Most recently YouTuber Connor Hogan submitted the following comment, “I love the heart this guy shows, but the way he talks, it gets
Dr. James White does an excellent job pushing back his critics regarding a letter he wrote. He reminds us of the importance of history, and he calls-out the ignorance of the Black Lives Matter / Antifa movement. He also spoke about a record-breaking attendance at his church and the many baptisms they had. That’s important
Our Nation’s Top Cop, Attorney General William Barr has finally addressed the unconstitutional tyranny that a majority of local churches have succumbed to. Soli Deo Gloria!. “The Constitution does allow some temporary restriction on our liberties that would not be tolerated in normal circumstances…’ But even in times of emergency, when reasonable and temporary restrictions
In this Podcast I analyze a pastor’s video message, rebuking his apathy (or cowardness), and his elitist attitude. Costi Hinn made snotty derogatory remarks against Christians if they found a Biblical way to “work around the government” calling us nothing but “social revolutionaries,” or “zealots” and even “dangerous” to society. And he did that while
I don’t know how a true convert can watch the video excerpt of this “church service” without becoming righteously indignant, or convicted. Or perhaps even shed a tear. Though this Podcast was not about Allie Beth Stuckey, but she came to mind while producing it. Many of my fellow reformed brethren will not agree with