Don’t neglect your family.

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This is both strange and tragic—that Samuel’s sons followed in the footsteps of Eli’s sons (see 1 Sam. 2:17). Never allow your ministry to cause you to neglect your family’s spiritual growth. Your faith is worth nothing if you do not provide for your own in the area that is most important. For how to raise godly offspring, see Deut. 11:19. See 1 Tim. 3:4,5 for the priorities of godly leaders.

1 Samuel 8:1 Now it came to pass when Samuel was told that he made his sons judges over Israel.2 The name of his first born was Joel, and the name of his second, Abijah; they were judges in Beersheba. 3 But his sons did not walk in his ways; they turned aside after dishonest gain, took bribes, and perverted justice.

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God hasn’t forsaken you.

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Trials are not necessarily a sign that God has forsaken you. The Christian life is filled with lion’s dens and Red Seas. Trust God to shut the mouths of lions and open Red Seas. However, even if He doesn’t see fit to do the things for which you are hoping, joyfully trust Him anyway, because whatever you are going through will be worked out for your good (see Rom. 8:28). Follow the example of Shadrach and his friends, who would not bow to an idol. They told the king, “If that is the case, our God whom we serve is able to deliver us from the burning fiery furnace, and He will deliver us from your hand, O king. But if not, let it be known to you, O king, that we do not serve your gods, nor will we worship the gold image which you have set up”…

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“Since God is loving, why would He send people to Hell?”

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By Mark Spence 

Why should we think God has less sense of justice than mankind? God is loving, but that’s not all He is. He’s also a good judge. Should a loving human judge allow criminals to go free? Of course not. If we, with our finite justice system. think it’s necessary to punish criminals in civil court, how much more should an infinite God judge our crimes, our sins against Him?

The Bible tells us God alone is holy. He is the standard of all that is right and good. His nature is pure. Think of it like this:

If I were to light a match and place the flame next to a dried out leaf, what would happen? The fire would consume the leaf. Why? Because they’re different, their natures are opposed one to the other.

In the same way, God and man have opposing natures. On the…

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Netanyahu vows Israel will never allow another Holocaust. Asks, “Has the world learned from the mistakes of the past?”

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PM Netanyahu speaking at Yad Vashem tonight. PM Netanyahu speaking at Yad Vashem tonight.

(Jerusalem, Israel) — What a tremendous honor to attend the opening ceremonies of “Yom HaShoah,” Holocaust Remembrance Day, at Yad Vashem this evening. It was my first time to participate in this annual event, and I was repeatedly moved to tears.

I was moved by Israeli President Shimon Peres’ speech, as he shared personal stories of his family being burned to death by the Nazis in a wooden synagogue in Minsk (the same city my father’s Jewish family escaped from in the early 1900s).

I was moved by the Prime Minister’s address, as he raised some very challenging questions, and warned the world is in danger of making the same mistakes as in the 1930s.

I was particularly moved by the testimonies of six Holocaust survivors, who bore the brunt of the West’s mistakes back in the 1930s and 40s, and by this year’s theme: “Jews ‘On The Edge’ — 1944:…

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Intellectuals (?).

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When people profess atheism, never be intimidated by the thought that they are somehow intellectual. They are not. The Bible says that such a person is a fool (see Psa. 14:1; Rom. 1:22). So, make sure that you move from the intellect (the place of argument; see Rom. 8:7) to the conscience (the place of the knowledge of right and wrong; see Rom. 1:14). This is what Jesus and Paul did, as well as others (see Mark 10:17–22; Rom. 2:19–24).

Isaiah 19:11 Surely the princes of Zoan are fools; Pharaoh’s wise counselors give foolish counsel. How do you say to Pharaoh, “I am the son of the wise, The son of ancient kings?”12 Where are they? Where are your wise men? Let them tell you now, And let them know what the Lord of hosts has purposed against Egypt.13 The princes of Zoan have become fools; The princes of Noph…

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A blunt axe.

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A man was once cutting a tree stump with an obviously blunt axe. He was only bruising the bark as sweat poured from his beaded brow. Someone suggested that he stop for a moment and sharpen the axe, to which he replied, “I’m too busy chopping the tree to stop for anything.” If he would only stop for a moment and sharpen the axe, he would slice through the tree with far greater ease.

Stop at the beginning of each day, and “sharpen the axe” through prayer. Seek first the kingdom of God and you will slice through that day with far greater ease.

“We pray for His kingdom to come; we don’t bring it in. Oh, the conceit of prayerless activity! P. T. Forsyth said our worst sin is prayerlessness because of what it says about who we really think is in charge of the church and the universe.”

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This IS tragic…

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At a Christian event 100,000 believers gathered to pray for revival and worship God. They were dismissed, not with a challenge to share the gospel, but with a challenge to worship the Lord wherever they went. What an unspeakable tragedy! Soldiers were told to feast in the barracks when they have been enlisted to fight on the front-lines of the battlefield. We are not short of worshipers; we are dreadfully short of those who will go into the world and preach the gospel to those headed for hell. What a tragedy that so many are not exhorted by their leaders to do what God has told us to do: to preach the gospel to every creature. Obeying Him by doing what He commanded is true worship in action.

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“What about Catholics, Methodists, Lutherans, Episcopals, etc.,?”

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“Are Catholics, Methodists, Lutherans, Episcopals, etc., all false Christians?”

The Bible doesn’t mention “Catholics, Methodists, Lutherans, Episcopals,” etc. Instead, the Scriptures simply have two categories for humanity: the “just” and the “unjust.” The “just” are those whom God has justified (made right with Himself through their repentance and faith in Jesus). The “unjust” are those who are still in their sins. The Bible warns that God will see that every wicked person gets exactly what he deserves: “So it will be at the end of the age. The angels will come forth, separate the wicked from among the just, and cast them into the furnace of fire. There will be wailing and gnashing of teeth” (Matt. 13:49,50). That’s good news for those who care about justice.

So the question is, how is a person “justified”? The Bible says that we are freely justified by God’s mercy. We are guilty criminals…

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Corrupt Bible Versions and Pre-Trib Deception

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Here are two video’s that are helping expose lies that I have already uncovered through other avenues. These look like great resources and I will be watching them all. 

I  have known for a while that all these modern bible versions that are coming out are to prepare people for the coming one world religion.

I also have talked about the Myth of the Pre-Trib rapture theory and how Tim Lahaye was instrumental in getting all the churches on board to make this the excepted view.  I have also uncovered how Tim Lahaye is working against the church and working with the secret societies in my report on the western church. 


It’s time to wake up church! The time is near! I am becoming more and more convinced that the people that spread false prophecies that Jesus was coming back back in 1988 and all those other times that…

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Great wickedness.

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Jeroboam made two golden calves in direct violation of God’s Law, and told the people to worship them (see 1 Kings 12:25–33). John Wesley spoke of this sin as “an occasion of great wickedness, not only of idolatry, which is called sin by way of eminency; nor only of the worship of the calves, wherein they pretended to worship the true God; but also of the worship of Baal, and of the utter desertion of the true God; and of all sorts of impiety.”

2 Kings 13:2 And he did evil in the sight of the Lord, and followed the sins of Jeroboam the son of Nebat, who had made Israel sin. He did not depart from them.

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