Update: There Are Many Enemies of Christ. Homosexuals Have Done an Incredible Job of Twisting God’s Word to Fit Their Filthy, Wicked Lifestyle
The Lukewarm Christian… Christian Rock Star Comes Out as Homosexual. Here’s the Letter He Wrote to the World Trey Pearson once claimed, “I never wanted to be homosexual.” I was worried about what God and the people I cared about would think of me.Trey Pearson has been releasing Since its release in 2001, Trey Pearson’s “Everyday Sunday” has sold about a quarter of a million copies, and his 2009 album debuted at number 200 on the Billboard 200. He has performed in front of thousands of people in all 50 states and 20 different countries with major Christian artists like Toby Mac, Switchfoot, MercyMe, Jeremy Camp, and many more. Trey Pearson’s photo was used here.Sorry if I’m shedding a few tears. Unfortunately, this has been a long time in the making. By the time we were halfway through our first…Read More
America Doesn’t Know Right From Wrong — Because We’ve Thrown out the Bible
Biblical truth, which happens to be foreign to a lot of people, the epidemic, the sin virus has mutated out of control, look around. SRH.. HNewsWire: Almost two thousand years ago, Truth was put on trial and judged by people who were devoted to lies. In fact, Truth faced six trials in less than one full day, three of which were religious, and three that were legal. In the end, few people involved in those events could answer the question, “What is truth?” After being arrested, the Truth was first led to a man named Annas, a corrupt former high priest of the Jews. Annas broke numerous Jewish laws during the trial, including holding the trial in his house, trying to induce self-accusations against the defendant, and striking the defendant, who had been convicted of nothing at the time. After…Read More
A NATION OUT OF CONTROL, NO GOD, NO PEACE
HNewsWire: Peace is something everyone wants, yet few seem to find. What is peace? It can be defined as “tranquility, harmony, or security.” Depending on the situation, it could mean “prosperity” or “well-being.” Various forms of the word peace are found 429 times in the King James Version of the Bible. There are different types of peace, including false peace, inner peace, peace with God and peace with man. In the Old Testament, the primary Hebrew word for “peace” is shalom, and it refers to relationships between people (Genesis 34:21), nations (1 Kings 5:12), and God with men (Psalm 85:8). Peace is a desired status in each of these areas, and shalom is often tied to a covenant or a promise kept. A familiar friend (literally, “friend of my peace” in Psalm 41:9) is one with whom you would be at ease, a trusted companion. “Peace”…Read More
Globalist Media Ordered to Start Pushing Cannibalism as a Food Source, Birth Pains
Despite what some critics think, the so-called “problem of evil” is not something the Bible leaves unaddressed. Scripture not only refers to the problem of evil, but it offers several solutions to it. By looking at the Bible’s honest questioning of evil, God’s response to evil, and the scriptural solution to evil, one can address this problem using almost nothing other than God’s Word. Of course, this question ties into theology and philosophy as well. There are multiple ways of coming to possible solutions, and none is entirely complete all by itself. According to the Bible, the experience of evil is something God understands and acknowledges. God’s willingness to grant us the freedom of making our own choices also allows for the possibility of moral evil. Moral evil leads to physical evil. Even so, God has always acted to soften…Read More
Who Was the Most Important Prophet in the Bible? Was it Moses? Was it Isaiah?
Satan’s counterfeit systems of authority, to which the believer is not to submit. Corrupt leaders—like Satan himself (Gen. 3:1-7)—seek to lead people into sin, and these must be resisted… Though it is difficult for us to understand, there are times when God will place us under harsh leaders, and we are required to submit to their authority. First and foremost, we must understand that God’s authority is supreme and He sovereignty rules overall. Scripture reveals, “The LORD has established His throne in the heavens, and His sovereignty rules over all” (Ps. 103:19), and “Whatever the LORD pleases, He does, in heaven and in the earth, in the seas and in all deeps” (Ps. 135:6). Daniel wrote, “It is He who changes the times and the epochs; He removes kings and establishes kings” (Dan 2:21), and “the Highest is ruler over the…Read More
CDC: Homosexual Population 2.3%; Thanks to Media, Americans Think Number is 13 Times Higher,Not True!
Most researchers have concluded that sexual orientation is a complex, multifactorial issue in which biological, social and psychological factors combine to play a role in the ultimate sexual orientation of an individual. According to Julie Harren, Ph.D., the formula for this interplay between factors might be represented by these equations: –Genes + Brain Wiring + Prenatal Hormonal Environment = Temperament.–Parents + Peers + Experiences = Environment.–Temperament + Environment = Homosexual Orientation. What’s missing from these equations are the existence of a soul, the choice of the individual, and the temptation of the devil (see James 1:14). Although it may be easier, psychologically, for a homosexual to believe that homosexuality is inborn, the accumulated scientific evidence suggests otherwise. Homosexuals may have a genetic predisposition, but human choice is still a factor. A predisposition is not a constraint. Ultimately, sexual orientation is determined…Read More
Christian Do Not Conform to This World God’s People Are Constantly Tempted to Conform to the Ways of the Evil Society Around Them
HNewsWire: We must firmly resist the desire to copy the ways and customs of the wicked. Since we belong to God, He calls us to live holy lives! Separated from the heathen and sinful ways of this generation. Radical Christians understand Paul’s desire to “know Him and the power of His resurrection and the fellowship of His sufferings, being conformed to His death” (Philippians 3:10). A radical Christian is one who has “died to the flesh” (Romans 8:13). The apostles were radical Christians—they “turned the world upside down” (Acts 17:6, ESV)—but they did so through self-sacrifice and love (John 13:35). Paul learned to “boast about my weaknesses, so that the power of Christ may dwell in me. . . . For when I am weak, then I am strong” (2 Corinthians 12:9–10). Because following Jesus is in direct conflict with…Read More
Christian Music Has a Growing Gray Area!
My intention is not to be unkind; but rather, to expose the demonic nature of so-called “Christian rock” and “Christian Hip Hop” music. The issue is not about the performers personally; but rather, about the worldly music they claim to sing in Jesus’ name…. “When can music be considered ‘Christian music’?” – The song lyrics must reflect biblical truth.– The song lyrics must directly praise God/Jesus.– The song must mention God/Jesus.– The song must be written for Christians and not as an evangelical tool.– The lyrics must directly address God, not other people.– The song must be completely new, not a cover of a secular song.– The song is designed to be played in church, not outside of the church.– The melody must be paramount, and the rhythm subdued.– The song must be written and performed by mature Christians only.–…Read More
“Do Not Touch My Anointed Ones; Do My Prophets No Harm”
The command to touch not God’s anointed is found in two places in Scripture: “Do not touch my anointed ones; do my prophets no harm” (1 Chronicle 16:22; Psalm 105:15). These passages are sometimes used in Pentecostal and Charismatic circles to defend certain preachers from criticism. Preachers who promote themselves or their ministries as “anointed” warn their would-be critics, “Do not touch God’s anointed!” Of course, this helps to insulate them from scrutiny and allows them to spread falsehood and bad theology unrestrained. Others take God’s command “Do not touch my anointed ones; do my prophets no harm” to mean that Christians are promised protection from all bad things. Both of the above interpretations of “Do not touch my anointed ones” ignore the context of the passages in question. The “anointed ones” in these passages are not modern-day Pentecostal preachers. And the Bible never promises…Read More
We Have All Suffered Injustices in Life
Every human being is prone to self-pity. We are born self-centered, with a powerful drive to protect our egos and our “rights.” When we decide that life has not treated us as we have the right to be treated, self-pity is the result. Self-pity causes us to sulk and obsess over our hurts, real or perceived. At the heart of self-pity is a disagreement with God over how life—and He—has treated us. The biggest clue that self-pity is not of God is the word self. Any time we are focused on ourselves, other than for self-examination leading to repentance (1 Corinthians 11:28; 2 Corinthians 13:5), we are in the territory of the flesh. Our sinful flesh is the enemy of the Spirit (Romans 8:7). When we surrender our lives to Christ, our old nature is crucified with Him (Galatians 2:20; Romans 6:6). The self-ish, sinful part of…Read More