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  • [6] November 24, 2015 at 4:13pm

    Gay marriage is dividing (and will continue to divide) Protestants/Evangelicals like nothing before in the history of Protesantism.

    The doctrine of “salvation by faith alone” is totally powerless to the issue of gay marriage (and all sin) and here is why,

    IF salvation TRULY is by “FAITH ALONE” and sin has NO EFFECT on a person’s salvation (once they believe in Jesus Christ) then who can say that any particular type of sin cuts someone off from the

    “free gift of salvation that cannot be merited by ANY works and is ONLY attainable by FAITH ALONE in Jesus Christ”????

    If abstaining from certain sins (such homosexual acts) makes a person “right with God” then something the person DID (not faith alone) resulted in them being saved…period.

    The entire Protestant/Evangelical framework stands or falls on Martin Luthers doctrine of Sola Fide (salvation by faith alone).

    This doctrine teaches that once a person believes in Jesus Christ ALL of their past, present and FUTURE sins are COVERED (hidden from God) by the blood of Jesus Christ so that whenever a believer sins God does not see them sinning God only sees Jesus righteousness.

    Well if that is true then the gay couple who believes in Jesus Christ also has their sin hidden from God by the blood of Jesus. This is where Martin Luthers doctrine falls apart. If salvation TRULY is by faith alone and ALL of a believers sins are HIDDEN from God then God does not see the gay couples sin God only sees Jesus righteousness when He looks at the gay couple.

    So then, the ONLY viable option (for Christians who believe that savlation is by faith alone) is to accept that gay marriage is “hidden” from God just as all of THEIR sins are hidden from God. This is the dilemna that is dividing Protestants/Evangelicals and will continue to do so like nothing before in the history of Protestantism.

    This is the 800 lb Protestant/Evangelical elephant in the room, why are ALL of THEIR present and future sins HIDDEN from God by the blood of Jesus but the homosexuals sins are not? How can salvation be by faith alone if the homosexual is required to abstain from sin in order to be saved?

    The vast majority of Protestant churches today have no problem marrying 2 Christians who were previously married and divorced (what Jesus calls Adultery). For example Kentucky County clerk Kim Davis has been married 4 times but not a single Protestant/Evangelical Pastor stood up and told Kim Davis that she is living in adultery and/or that she is not saved. It’s not even an issue to most Protestants/Evangelicals. At the same but refuses to issue marriage licenses to gay couples because “their marriage is not valid in the eyes of God”)

    Kim Davis sin-cerely believes that all 4 of her marriages are valid in the eyes of God but at the same time she has no problem telling gay couples that their marriages are not valid in Gods eyes.

    The Protestants/Evangelicals who are accepting gay marriage are simply holding fast to the doctrine of salvation by faith alone and refusing to be hypocrites. Deep down inside they realize that they really have no other choice, the only alternative would be to deny that salvation is by faith alone….and that is not an option…

    “If you want to enter life, keep the commandments”


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  • November 19, 2015 at 8:54pm

    Nothing wrong with big events just pointing out that scripture says the prayer of a righeous person is very powerful and that the righteous are not those who hear the law but those who obey the law.

    So a big event is fine but if the message at that event is the false message that obeying Gods commands is not essential for salvation then it’s nothing more than a huge event that is spreading a false message and it’s being done in Jesus name.

    One righteous person praying to God with humility is more effective than hundreds of thousands of people who are not living according to Gods will gathering together in a stadium and calling Jesus Lord, Lord….

    Matt 7:21
    not everyone who calls me Lord will enter the kingdom of heaven but ONLY the one who does the will of my Father in heaven.

    God Bless,

    “if you want to enter life, keep the commandments”


  • [1] November 19, 2015 at 6:42pm

    “the more you know”

    The “secret rapture” theory was created by John Nelson Darby around 1830. This theory cannot be found anywhere in the historical writings of the early church prior to 1830.

    From “The Roots of Fundamentalism:
    British and American Millenarianism 1800-1930″ (1970)
    by Ernest R. Sandeen, University of Chicago Press
    ISBN 978-0-226-73467-5, p. 65-67

    ‘If one accepted Darby’s view of the secret rapture… Benjamin Wills Newton pointed out, then many Gospel passages must be “renounced as not properly ours.”…this is precisely what Darby was prepared to do.

    Too traditional to admit that biblical authors might have contradicted each other, and too rationalist to admit that the prophetic maze defied penetration, Darby attempted a resolution of his exegetical dilemma by distinguishing between Scripture intended for the Church and Scripture intended for Israel…

    The task of the expositor of the Bible was, in a phrase that became the hallmark of dispensationalism, “rightly dividing the word of truth”.’

    I encourage you to read the writings of the early church (Ambrose, Augustine, Clement, Cyprian, Ignatius, Irenaeus, Justin Martyr, Polycarp etc) who lived within the first 100-500 years after the resurrection (some learned directly from John the Apostle) and see if you find any mention at all of a secret rapture. Not until 1830 will you find this theory spoken of.

    If you happen to be sinning at the exact moment of the secret rapture will you be taken or left behind?

    The more you know?…….indeed.

    “if you want to enter life, keep the commandments”


  • [2] November 19, 2015 at 5:01pm

    @pastor laurie

    “Laurie also said that he believes that the ‘secret weapons in the church are prayer and proclamation,’”

    This is true but according to scripture The LORD is far from the wicked, but he hears the prayer of the righteous. God does not want big events God wants us to love Him completely. How do we “love” God? The Bible tells us EXACTLY how to “Love” God.

    1 John 5:3
    In fact, this is love for God: to keep his commands. And his commands are not burdensome

    John 14:15
    If you love me, keep my commands

    Proverbs 15:29
    The LORD is far from the wicked, but he hears the prayer of the righteous.

    Who are the righteous?

    Rom 2:13
    For it is not those who hear the law who are righteous in God’s sight, but it is those who obey the law who will be declared righteous

    Luke 1:6
    Both of them were righteous in the sight of God, obeying all the Lord’s commands and decrees blamelessly.

    Deuteronomy 1:45
    You came back and wept before the LORD, but he paid no attention to your weeping and turned a deaf ear to you

    Job 27:8
    For what hope have the godless when they are cut off, when God takes away their life?

    Isaiah 1:15
    When you spread out your hands in prayer, I hide my eyes from you; even when you offer many prayers, I am not listening. Your hands are full of blood!

    Matt 7:21
    Not everyone who calls me Lord, Lord will enter the kingdom of heaven but ONLY those who DO the will of my Father in Heaven.

    John 9:31
    We know that God does not listen to sinners. He listens to the godly person who does his will

    Acts 5:32
    We are witnesses of these things, and so is the Holy Spirit, whom God has given to those who obey him.”

    1 Peter 3:12
    For the eyes of the Lord are on the righteous and his ears are attentive to their prayer, but the face of the Lord is against those who do evil.”

    1 John 3:22
    and receive from him anything we ask, because we keep his commands and do what pleases him.

    Having the biggest evangelism event in history is nice but if the message isn’t obedience to God then it is nothing more than a big event that only pofits the Pastor and the organizers.

    “if you want to enter life, keep the commandments”


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  • [8] November 17, 2015 at 9:26pm

    “The great threat to our civilization, and the thing that primarily makes it susceptible to other threats like the Islamic State, comes from within: liberalism. Or leftism. Or secular satanism, as I’ve taken to calling it. Whatever label you use, this godless religion of self-worship and relativism, this culture of death, this ideology of falsehood and insanity, remains the first and most urgent menace we face as a society and a civilization”

    Matt Walsh is spot on in his assessment.

    Regardless of who the enemy is it is intellectually dishonest (even delusional) to think that we can claim the moral high ground when abortion and partial birth abortion are legal in our country.

    Realistically, every single day in America far more innocent babies are (legally) murdered in abortion clinics than died in the attacks in Paris and we don’t see any candlelight vigils or tweets or breaking news reports on CNN.

    Why don’t we see candle light vigils and breaking news reports? The reality is we don’t see them because this is our way of life, this is our culture and it’s one of the most effective recruiting tools for our enemies. They say “look they are adulterers and fornicators and they marry men to men and women to women and they even murder their unborn babies in thier shopping malls….and sadly they are correct.

    For more than 500 years Martin Luthers false doctrines of sola fide (salvation by faith alone) and once saved always saved (no amount of sin can ever make you lose your salvation) have slowly lulled people into a false sense of security the point that the difference between the sheep and the goats (the saved and unsaved) is unrecognizable.

    Many people in America today who are pro abortion, pro gay marriage, pro gay clergy and pro transgeder also claim Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior.

    It’s goten to the point that the list of sins that are acceptable is longer than the list of sins that are not. Gradually over the last 500+ years Christians [in America] have become more and more comfortable with and accepting of sin to the point that men having sex with men and mothers paying complete strangers to murder their babies in their womb is acceptable behavior for Christians which has no bearing on a persons salvation.

    Rom 2:6-8
    Or do you presume on the riches of his kindness and forbearance and patience, not knowing that God’s kindness is meant to lead you to repentance? 5But because of your hard and impenitent heart you are storing up wrath for yourself on the day of wrath when God’s righteous judgment will be revealed.He will render to each one according to his works: to those who by patience in well-doing seek for glory and honor and immortality, he will give eternal life; 8but for those who are self-seekinga and do not obey the truth, but obey unrighteousness, there will be wrath and fury

    “if you want to enter life, keep the commandments”


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  • [5] November 11, 2015 at 8:37pm


  • [8] November 11, 2015 at 8:35pm

    Roger that!

  • [5] November 11, 2015 at 8:34pm

    Indeed, well said………

  • [8] November 11, 2015 at 8:33pm


    Thank you for serving, you stepped up to the plate, not your fault a pitch wasn’t thrown. Peacetime service is what keeps us free, its the constant vigilance and WILLINGNESS of guys like you that make our country strong.

    God Bless and I salute you.

  • [8] November 11, 2015 at 8:24pm

    @Marcus Luttrel

    Amen brother! I can totally relate.

    Check Six, Charlie Mike………..

    RIP Shawnee Six

  • November 11, 2015 at 11:32am

    I believe 4truth was making the point that oldcowgirl is representative of my point. Based on scripture alone (ignoring history and oral tradition) she has infallibly decided (and declared) what is and is not essential for salvation…….in other words she is church 40,001.

    “If you want to enter life, keep the commandments”


  • November 11, 2015 at 11:24am

    Thank you for making my point precisely. According to YOU the ENTIRE Bible is summed up in Rom 10:9 and the ONLY thing essential for salvation is to confess and believe. Problem is there are tens of thousands of fellow Christians who disagree with your interpretation of Rom 10:9 and many would even say you are not “spirit led” and/or not truly saved.

    “If you want to enter life, keep the commandments”


  • [1] November 9, 2015 at 8:31pm


    “that’s why we as a remnant want to be faithful”

    Who is “we” and what does it mean to be “faithful”?

    Is Baptism essential? Is Baptism by immersion only essential? Is not baptizing children essential? Is speaking in tongues essential? Is tithing 10% essential? Is abstaining from alcohol and or meat essential? Is worshipping on Saturday essential? Is going to church essential? Is belief in the (pre trib, mid trib, post trib) rapture essential? Is not having women clergy essential? Is not allowing gay marriage essential? Is not allowing gay clergy essential? Is not allowing crosses or statues essential? Is obeying Gods commandments essential? Is women not cutting their hair and not wearing pants essential? Is not celebrating Christmas or Holloween essential? Is not allowing divorce and remarriage essential? Is not allowing contra-ception essential? Is using the KJV Bible only essential? Is not allowing abortion essential? Is not committing adultery essential?

    There are over 40,000 different Protestant/Evangelical churches in America who disagree about what is and is not essential for salvation.

    Once a Jew is “converted” then they get to dive into all of the division and confusion that is Christianity in America. Who is “we” and what does it mean to be “faithful”? (it’s a rhetorical question)

    “if you want to enter life, keep the commandments”


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  • [4] November 9, 2015 at 8:05pm


    Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance

    ◄ 5210. humeis ►

    humeis: you
    Original Word: ὑμεῖς
    Transliteration: humeis
    Phonetic Spelling: (hoo-mice’)
    Short Definition: you

    Irregular plural of su; you (as subjective of verb) — ye (yourselves), you.

    see GREEK su

    Forms and Transliterations
    υμεις ὑμεῖς hymeis hymeîs umeis

    Lastly, put another way (from my post above)

    The Catholic church does not say that Jesus chose Peter because Peter was special, the Catholic church says that Peter was special because Jesus chose him….

    God Bless,

    “if you want to enter life, keep the commandments”


  • [3] November 9, 2015 at 7:28pm


    ‘Snoop:Luke 22:31“Simon, Simon, Satan has asked to sift YOU as wheat. But I have prayed for YOU Simon, That YOUR faith may NOT FAIL. And when you turn back strengthen your brothers.”’

    You seem to be missing the point. In Luke 22:31 when Jesus says “you” He uses the plural form of you (Hymas) and not the singular (sou). So the most accurate rendering is,

    Simon, Simon, Satan has asked to sift all of you (hymas) like wheat; but I have prayed for you (sou) Simon, that your faith may not fail; and when you (sou) have turned again, strengthen your brothers.”…

    You cannot “sift” one grain of wheat. Jesus says “Satan asked to sift all of you” (hymas) Jesus also tells Peter and only Peter to “feed my sheep”

    I pray that you will take the time to reread Luke 22:31 taking into consideration the correct grammar in the original Greek and then you will see that Jesus said “all of you” or “each of you”.

    New International Version
    “…to sift all of you”

    New Living Translation
    “to sift each of you”

    Berean Study Bible
    “…to sift each of you”

    Berean Literal Bible
    “…to have all of you”

    International Standard Version
    “…to sift all of you”

    NET Bible
    “…to have you all, to sift you like wheat,

    Aramaic Bible in Plain English
    “…sift you all like wheat,”

    GOD’S WORD® Translation
    “…to have you apostles”

    Weymouth New Testament
    “ have all of you”

    You commented that “Peter messed up more than all of the other Apostles”.

    Your comment truly shows how you look at things through a Protestant lens. Jesus didn’t choose Peter because Peter was the leader, Peter is special because Jesus made him the leader.

    You still nave not addressed the 6 points I raised regarding Peter.

    1. Jesus spoke Aramaic not Greek. When Jesus first met Simon (John 1:42) He renamed him “Kephas” or “Cephas” (which literally means rock)

    2. Paul never met Jesus while He was alive but Paul also refers to Peter as “Cephas” Why?

    3. Many Protestants argue that when Jesus called Peter “petra” in Matt 16:18 He was calling Peter a “pebble” or a tiny stone and not a “rock”. Well in Matt 27:60 the tomb where Jesus body is laid to rest is called a “petra”. Was Jesus body laid to rest inside a pebble?

    4. In (1 Cor 10:4) Paul calls Jesus “petra”. Why does Paul call Jesus the same name that Jesus calls Peter in Matt 16:18? Is Paul calling Jesus a pebble?

    5. Only 2 people in scripture are ever referred to as “petra”, they are Jesus and Peter.

    6. In Isaiah 22:22 the king leaves the keys of his kingdom with his trusted servant so that he can “open and shut” on earth until the king returns. In Matt 16:19 the King (Jesus) leaves the keys of His Kingdom with His trusted servant so that he can bind and loose BOTH on earth AND in heaven until the King returns.

    Remember everything in the old testament/covenant is an imperfect foreshadow (TYPE) of everything to come in the new perfect testament/covenant.

    Under the OLD testament/covenant the IMPERFECT king gives his IMPERFECT keys to his trusted servant and the IMPERFECT keys only open and shut on earth.

    Under the NEW testament/covenant the PERFECT King (Jesus) gives His PERFECT keys to His trusted servant and those PERFECT keys bind and loose on earth AND in HEAVEN.

    “if you want to enter life, keep the commandments”


  • [-1] November 9, 2015 at 3:41pm

    “Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), the nation’s largest Presbyterian denomination, voted earlier this year to change the definition of marriage to allow for the inclusion of same-sex couples”

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, gay marriage and transgender issues are going to divide Protestants/Evangelicals like nothing before.

    The doctrine of salvation by “faith alone” is powerless to the issue of gay marriage for 3 reasons.

    1. Divorce and remarriage is unbiblical but accepted by many Protestants/Evangelicals according to the doctrine of Sola Fide.

    2. If salvation TRULY is by “faith alone” then nothing a person DOES (or does not do) can effect their salvation and it is unbiblical to place “non-essential” burdens on anyones salvation.

    3. Honest Protestants/Evangelicals know that it is hypocrytical to allow heterosexuals to commit the sin of adultery (divorce and “re-marriage”) but not allow the sin of gay marriage. Both the gay couple and the divorced and “re-married” couple are living in sin but one is allowed and the other is not.

    IF salvation TRULY is by FAITH ALONE and sin has NO EFFECT on a person’s salvation who can say this sin or that sin cuts someone off from the

    “free gift from God that cannot be merited by ANY works and is ONLY attainable by FAITH ALONE in Jesus Christ”????

    After all, if abstaining from sin makes the homosexual “right with God” and opens the gates of heaven to them then something the homosexual does merits salvation and salvation is NOT by “faith alone”

    Many Evangelicals realize that the entire Protestant framework stands or falls on Sola Fide (faith alone) and condemnation (or reconciliation) due to ANY “work” is “works righteousness” and a tacit denial of Sola Fide.

    The ONLY viable option (if you are going to hold on to sola fide) is to accept gay marriage, transgederism and the homosexual lifestyle.

    There simply is no other option if Sola Fide is going to remain the foundation of Evangelicalism. Honest Evangelicals know this and are simply holding fast to the doctrine of Sola Fide and refusing to be hypocrites.

    Telling someone that they must DO something (anything) besides believe in Jesus Christ (in order to be saved) is telling them salvation is NOT by Faith Alone, period.

    “if you want to enter life, keep the commandments”


  • November 5, 2015 at 2:06pm


    Is there absolute truth?

    If yes, can a finite mind grasp an infinite/absolute truth?

    If no, how do you know that anything you believe or disbelieve is true or untrue?

    Peace be with you

  • [-1] November 5, 2015 at 1:55pm


    “Follow Jesus no matter what the world does”


    The problem though is not in the WHAT it’s in the HOW.

    For example a Presidential candidate can say “We need to improve the health care system in America” and most people will nod their heads in agreement and applaud this true statement but the challenge is not in the WHAT but in the HOW. HOW do we improve healthcare in America?

    The same holds true with regard to “following Jesus Christ” all Christians will agree with this fundamental principle where the problem arrises is with the HOW. HOW does one “follow Jesus Christ”?

    To date there are over 40,000 different/opposing definitions/interpretations of HOW to “follow Jesus Christ”. So the menu for HOW to follow Jesus is vast and a person simply needs to search for a church that believes everything they believe and in their minds they are “following Jesus Christ”

    Some even say that following Jesus Christ does not mean “obeying God” it simply means believing that Jesus Christ is God.

    Some say that it is not possible to obey God and that is why God walked among us, to hide our sins from Himself so that when He looks at us He only sees Jesus.

    As this Pastor points out there is MUCH confusion in Christianity today. Many Christians today are independently deciding for themselves HOW to “follow Jesus Christ”.

    God Bless,

    “if you want to enter life, keep the commandments”


  • November 4, 2015 at 4:01pm

    “Ben Carson Opposes His Christian Denomination’s Stance on This Key Controversial Issue”

    I’ve always found it very peculiar that a church (the SDA church) that was founded by a woman Prophet (Ellen G. White) does not ordain women? They believe that all of her writings and teachings are scriptural (inspired by God) but they do not ordain women?

    Ben Carson is also “pro-life” but the SDA church performs both elective and “therapeutic” abortions for profit in their hospitals.

    ***Before anyone flames me please do your research, yes the “bylaws” on the SDA website say that abortion is “sinful” but they say one things while doing another. The SDA church allows SDA hospitals to perform BOTH elective and “therapeutic” abortions for profit.***

    There is something very unsettling about a church that refuses to serve pork in their cafeterias but has no problem killing unborn babies for profit. There is something even more unsettling about a candidate who is “pro-life” but belongs to a church that performs abortions for profit.

    All things considered I just don’t see Ben Carson as a deep thinker or someone who is able to focus on critical issues. I think his speech is very measured but his thoughts are not that deep.

    I think the closer we get to the elections Dr. Carson is going to have a difficult time trying to explain why he belongs to a church that doesn’t really share his beliefs/convictions. It reminds me of Obama saying that he never really noticed that his Pastor was so bombastic. Really?

    Lastly, regarding the ordination of women.

    1 Cor 14:34
    The women are to keep silent in the churches; for they are not permitted to speak, but are to subject

    themselves, just as the Law also says. If they desire to learn anything, let them ask their own husbands at

    home; for it is improper for a woman to speak in church.

    “if you want to enter life, keep the commandments”


  • November 4, 2015 at 2:58pm


    “We each independently, personally interpret anything / everything around us – and that includes ‘the word of (any) god”


    Jesus did not leave us a book He left us a CHURCH. The church came first and the CHURCH was leading Gods people for at least 3 centuries before the “Bible” existed.

    The Bible never once mentions a “Bible” or a “New Testament”.

    The Bible never tells us to read the “Bible” or to read the “New Testament”

    The Bible does not list the books that belong (or do not belong) in the Bible or in the “New Testament”.

    It was the CHURCH who decided these things. The CHURCH told the Bible what belongs in it, the Bible did not tell the church what belongs in it, the Bible could not because it did not exist. The CHURCH gave birth to the Bible the Bible did not give birth to the Church.

    The only reason we have a Bible with a “New Testament is because Christians were arguing over which writings were trustworthy (scriptural) and which were not so a council of Catholic Bishops convened to authoritatively settle the matter once and for all.

    That council, guided by the Holy Spirit, authoritatively decided which writings were and were not scriptural (inspired by the Holy Spirit)

    The Bible says that the CHURCH (not the “Bible”) is the pilar and foundation of truth. Sadly, MANY Christians today accept the authority of the Catholic church in declaring which writings belong in the Bible but on ALL other Christians matters they reject the authority of the Catholic church and instead choose to go by scripture alone.

    scripture alone as their sole (soul?) authority but as you point out this practice is not only unbiblical but it has only resulted in division and confusion as every individual independently decides what the Bible says and does not say and what is and is not essential for salvation.

    This is why there are over 40,000 different Protestant/Evangelical churches today that do not agree about what is essential for salvation. Is Baptism essential? Must Baptism be by full immersion or pouring? Can women be ordained? Can couples divorce and remarry? Can gay couples marry? Can couples contra-cept? Can Christians drink alcohol or eat meat or worship on Sunday? Can churches have crosses and statues? What about electric guitars? How about “Christian Rap” music? What about lazer light shows and smoke machines? How about “worship dancers”? Is tongues required in order to be saved? Can a person lose their salvation? How about the “rapture”? Is the rapture pre, mid or post tribulation? How about gay clergy? Must a person tithe 10% in order to be saved? What about attending church at all? Is attending church required in order to be saved? What about the Old Testament? Do you “rightly divide” the scriptures and ONLY follow Pauls teachings since Jesus came only for the Jews? How about the gifts of the holy spirit? Did the gifts cease after the last Apostle died? Are the continuationists right or are the cessationists right? What about pre destination? How about limited atonement? Is the total depravity of man true? Did Paul teach that Jesus abolished Gods 10 commandments because they are impossible to obey? Which Bible is “the most accurate”? KJV? ESV? NIV? Which creation story is accurate Gen 1 or Gen 2? Gen 1 says God created the animals first and then created man to rule over the animals but Gen 2 says that God created man first and then created animals to help man, which creation story is correct? Doe it even matter? Is Abortion ok in some instances?

    God NEVER intended for people to rely on “scripture alone” that is a man made tradition and it has allowed to Satan to scatter Christians like wheat.

    Fortunately Jesus established a CHURCH (not a Bible) and He gave the keys to the kingdom of heaven to Peter and promised that the gates of hell would not prevail against His church and then when a dispute arose among the Apostles over which of them was the greatest Jesus interrupted them and said,

    Luke 22:31
    Simon, Simon, Satan has asked to sift all of you as wheat. 32But I have prayed for you, Simon, that your faith may not fail. And when you have turned back, strengthen your brothers.”

    Unfortunately in the 16th century an emotionally disturbed Catholic Priest rejected the authority of Jesus church and invented the doctrine of sola scriptura (only scripture alone has authority) and he established a new church according to his new doctrine. And the rest is history, for over 500 years Satan has been “sifting them like wheat”. Today there are over 40,000 spirit led, Bible based churches and the number is growing as issues like gay marriage, women ordination and gay clergy are being decided using scripture alone.

    Meanwhile there is still the ONE, holy, catholic and apostolic church, the gates of hell have not prevailed.

    1 Tim 3:15
    if I am delayed, you will know how people must conduct themselves in the household of God. This is the church of the living God, which is the pillar and foundation of the truth

    “if you want to enter life, keep the commandments”


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