Because of the unhealthy state of our nation, I am seeing an increase in nationalism coming in and out of local churches. I’m even seeing seemingly solid pastors share writings or videos from members of religions contrary to the Scriptures. But as I stated in a recent tweet – Though I appreciate a president or
Tag: The occult
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
Tragically a week ago two-year-old Olive Heiligenthal from Bethel “Church” in Redding California unexpectedly died. But as you know, the Bethel Church movement is full of egregious false teachings and heresies. Therefore it does not surprise me that their pastor called their “church,” as well as the church universally, to pray that God would raise
Casual conversationalism is appreciated and preferred by most of the world. But when you proclaim God’s infallible, inerrant, sufficient Word of God, they flee. Sadly much of today’s “apologetics” have become like a ‘show and tell’ in grade school. Whereas they “share” with each other on a mutual respect level. But a Christian stands upon
Ladies you look lovely today. You may have put those beautiful dresses on this morning. But a mortician may remove them tonight. Are you ready to meet your Maker?
Satan would have loved it had I engaged in a lengthy conversation with them, and missed the crowd just down the street while doing so. But I don’t give worldings (or cults) a microphone. Some evangelists make an idol out of their “apologetics.” Some even erroneously believe that it’s “necessary” to know your opponent’s teachings
Though Christians are commanded to preach the glorious Gospel, we also have a duty to oppose false teachings. We’re not called to make friends with the world, nor fellowship with them, nor invite them to “church.” We’re commanded to warn them, and sometimes you will push them away, because they are already dead in their
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
This was an interesting day. I engaged in various methods of evangelism. From casual conversations, to engaging hostile enemies of Christ, to stop-light preaching, to crying-out, to witnessing to cults, to standing elevated heralding the Gospel, to the public reading of the Scriptures, to Biblically judging and Biblically rebuking a professing Christian, to distributing hundreds
Some might think my method was rude, but at least I don’t go to their homes, and knock on their front door early on a Saturday morning. This Cult, as well as all other religions, are a stench (or smoke) in the nostrils of a Holy God, and God hates it.
She also received a Gospel tract with both the Law and Gospel (she’s holding it in her hand). I do not include private conversations in outreaches like this.
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