Watchman: Reprobate Rick Warren Characterizes Prophecy as a “Distraction” and Says That Anyone Who Lets Himself Get Involved in Distractions Like Studying Prophecy “Is Not Fit for the Kingdom of God.

HNewsWire: American Churches Have Become Synagogues of Satan,Run By Satan Soldiers Like Rick Warren etc. ‘Do you understand what you are reading?” And he said, ‘Well, how could I, unless someone guides me?’” (Acts 8:30-31). One consistent criticism of Bible prophecy—or at least advocates of the importance of God’s prophetic Word—is that it has little relevance to individual believers, or the core work of the Church. Many pastors express reluctance to preach on prophecy because they have so many other concerns clamoring for their attention, from marriage and family issues to Satan and sin nipping at the heels of their flock. Others are openly hostile toward Bible prophecy. Rick Warren, a prominent pastor who leads a huge church and is a best-selling author, characterizes prophecy as a “distraction” and says that anyone who lets himself get involved in distractions like studying…

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Watchman: Christian Leaders Are Teaching Doctrines of Demons in Their Synagogues of Satan Called Churches.” Be-warned Their Demonic (1 Timothy 4:1-2)

HNewsWire: Trump Owns The Kill Shot Now the Spirit explicitly says that in the later times some will desert the faith and occupy themselves with deceiving spirits and demonic teachings (1 Timothy 4:1) by Brian Shilhavy Editor, Health Impact News In my recently published article, False Prophets Now Lead Their Deceived Followers as America Stands at the Brink of Collapse, I responded to a great comment in the comments section, where I wrote: We have only one Head, one Pastor, one Bishop, one Priest, and one Lord, and his name is Jesus Christ. All others are impostors and false prophets. This statement seemed to confuse and bother some readers, with some trying to post contradictory comments and claiming that this statement that I made needed to be “clarified.” So that is what this article is, a clarification to the statement…

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A Fake Evangelical Con Man Pastor Jesse Duplantis Claims That the Reason Jesus Hasn’t Returned Is Because People Aren’t Donating Enough Money,The Prosperity Gospel Lunatics 

SRH: Many televangelist scandals are rooted in misappropriation of funds, using the money they shouldn’t be for their own personal gain. A lot of the televangelists who people have negative opinions of teaching the “prosperity gospel,” which is a distortion of the true gospel. Ministers of the so-called “prosperity gospel” may make false and exaggerated promises for the sake of receiving financial donations: “If you give me ____, God will multiply it and give you _____ (usually money).” The greed within them causes them to speak falsely and distort the Word of God for their own selfish purposes, whether they realize it or not. Viewers may see some of these preachers flaunting their wealth, but are less certain if their donations are truly being used for kingdom purposes. First Timothy 6:9–10 warns: “But those who desire to be rich fall into temptation, into…

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UNRIGHTEOUSNESS- DOES THIS MEAN YOU ARE BAD? Those who try to attain heaven by works, by someone’s works, by anyone’s works, are unrighteous every bit as much as those whose behavior contradicts God’s love. Believing that righteousness of works is the righteousness that God requires for them to be accepted in His kingdom. The unrighteous appeal to God for something that can not save them. They ask, “Please make me good enough to be accepted into your kingdom”. Men like Ray Comfort and other so called street preachers that preach this way of salvation every time they tell people about their Jesus have completely missed the mark. This is the false gospel in a nutshell that Paul said in Gal.1 those who believe and teach it are “accursed”. Because being good or bad has nothing to do with why men…

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Evangelicals Have Themselves to Blame for the Political Divide in the U.S.

Satan generally uses stealth and deception. The success of his plans depends on Christians not waking up to what is happening until it is too late to respond. Who’s to blame for these Divided States of America? Let’s explore, No matter what generational age group you talk to, the consensus from all respondents suggests this country is dangerously divided along political lines and hot-button issues. “The United States is not so united. A growing body of research points to deep disunity between Democrats and Republicans in policy preferences, values, and tolerance of the other side’s views. As early as 2010, social scientists conducted surveys that revealed that nearly half of all Republicans would be “somewhat or very unhappy” if their child married a Democrat and nearly one-third of surveyed Democrats had a similar response. These results represented an approximately 1,000…

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Scripture Is Clear – Marketing Techniques, Light Shows, Great Music, and Phenomenal Entertainment May Pack Seats, but It Does Not Make a Believer in the Lord Jesus Christ

Here are some strengths of the regulative principle: It seeks to honor God and His Word. It keeps the focus on God-centered worship rather than man-pleasing activity. It effectively eliminates worldliness or elements with pagan roots that have been given a Christian flair. It consults the Bible, rather than popular opinion, for the final word on church questions. One weakness of the regulative principle is that it can easily become legalistic in its strict rejection of anything not found in the Bible. It can also place worship in a category saved only for corporate settings, rather than encourage it as a daily practice. It also does not account for many aspects of a worship service not dealt with in the Bible, such as length of services, instrument use, how much technology should be employed, and dozens of other cultural questions…

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PREDICTIONS OF A PROGRESSIVE PASTOR IN TEXAS-“THE BLIND LEADING THE BLIND”

“Why did Jesus rebuke the scribes and Pharisees so harshly in Matthew 23:13–36?” Answer: In Matthew 23 Jesus pronounces “woes” on the scribes and Pharisees, the religious elite of the day. The word woe is an exclamation of grief, denunciation, or distress. This was not the first time Jesus had some harsh words for the religious leaders of His day. Why did Jesus rebuke them so harshly here? Looking at each woe gives some insight. Before pronouncing the woes, Jesus told His listeners to respect the scribes and Pharisees due to their position of authority but not to emulate them, “for they do not practice what they preach. They tie up heavy, cumbersome loads and put them on other people’s shoulders, but they themselves are not willing to lift a finger to move them. Everything they do is done for people to see” (Matthew 23:3–5). The scribes and…

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