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Christians ARE Supposed To Judge

Posted by soldierservant on October 30, 2007

About judging 1Cor.5:12 says “ARE YOU NOT TO JUDGE THOSE INSIDE”. This indicates that we are to judge those within the body of Christ. 1Cor.6:2 says we will judge the world.1Cor.6:3 says we will judge angels. How could Paul have fought heretics without being judgmental? The only kind of judgment the Bible tells us to avoid is either hypocritical judgment, like the neocon bushbots that blame the dems for things Bush is
guilty of; or judging on trivial matters that doesn’t affect one’s salvation like mentioned in Col.2:16.

I get so sick of TBN everytime I come across it.They are so self righteous. They act like the worst thing a person could do is not attend church. They have nothing to say about
attending false churches. Those who fall away from God when they don’t attend church are not really saved because our salvation does not come from church, nor does anyone else’s faith save us either. Such a person is not grounded in God’s word and is why they can be deceived by any lying doctrine of church.

I get so sick of the lies that if you don’t attend church that you aren’t saved. Well I guess when my grandmother was dying and couldn’t make it to church she lost her salvation. That is a bunch of lies from the pit of hell. I have more conviction than most who
do attend church. Jesus is clear that he will spew the lukewarm church out of his mouth. I don’t hear many preachers teach that.

Or about how most of the church is fallen according to the seven churches in Revelation. Yet these liars continue to teach that church equals salvation. Yes, I do believe that if it is possible to assemble with like minded believers, but to get legalistic over it I don’t.

I haven’t really kept up too much with any of these famous preachers. They anger me so that I have to make a point on avoiding them so I don’t get caught up in a spirit of rage. I know you may think it is just spiritual anger but it can affect my flesh. Lets just say that
if I had high blood pressure they would be bad for my health.

My brother does the sound for his church occasionally. He doesn’t have any control
for the contracts, but I don’t think that would really matter to him anyway.

I believe that Jesse Duplantis is a charlatan. I have heard him mention that the native american people are a good godly people. Most of even those who claim to be saved mix their black magic withchristianity. They are about as New Age as anyone can get. They are into this MOTHER EARTH idolatry. Not to mention their occultic charms and
such. Jesse is promoting idolatry. Not only that but leaving these people to damnation by denying them truth. This is what the bible refers to as a coward and why it is clear that no such person will enter God’s kingdom.

I guess the only thing we can’t judge is that they can’t change, because all can repent. But we can judge that if they continue on in their lies without repentance they will not be saved. But we can’t just pretend that such people are alright because then we would be as bad as those who condone paganism. Paul said to expel the immoral brother! They have to be warned or else they may never know. Same thing with those who follow
these heresies.

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Freemasonry And Satanism

Posted by soldierservant on October 29, 2007

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George Bush Says All Religions Pray To Same God!

Posted by soldierservant on October 17, 2007

Update: this was an official White House Press Release! 

Praise God that there are finally some Christians that are speaking out about Bush’s evil like in this blog and others.I guess most churches will still cater to this antichrist but I hope most of them will get shut down or something. Hopefully true churches will emerge that are not sold on this antichrist. I had gotten so discouraged because of the mainstream church that it was looking hopeless. Seeing stuff like this is so encouraging to see that finally christians are waking up and that no Christian can have any more excuses for Bush.

Original link.

Bush: All religions pray to ‘same God’
‘That’s what I believe. I believe Islam is a great religion that preaches peace’

President George Bush has repeated his belief all religions, “whether they be Muslim, Christian, or any other religion, prays to the same God” – an assertion that caused outrage among evangelical leaders when he said it in November 2003.

Bush made the statement Friday in an interview with Al Arabiya reporter Elie Nakouzi.

Al Arabiya is Al Jazeerah’s top competitor in the Mideast.

As the president and Nakouzi walked from the Oval Office to the Map Room in the White House residence, Nazouki asked, “But I want to tell you – and I hope this doesn’t bother you at all – that in the Islamic world they think that President Bush is an enemy of Islam – that he wants to destroy their religion, what they believe in. Is that in any way true, Mr. President?”

“No, it’s not,” said Bush. “I’ve heard that, and it just shows [sic] to show a couple of things: One, that the radicals have done a good job of propagandizing. In other words, they’ve spread the word that this really isn’t peaceful people versus radical people or terrorists, this is really about the America not liking Islam.

“Well, first of all, I believe in an Almighty God, and I believe that all the world, whether they be Muslim, Christian, or any other religion, prays to the same God. That’s what I believe. I believe that Islam is a great religion that preaches peace. And I believe people who murder the innocent to achieve political objectives aren’t religious people, whether they be a Christian who does that – we had a person blow up our – blow up a federal building in Oklahoma City who professed to be a Christian, but that’s not a Christian act to kill innocent people.

“And I just simply don’t subscribe to the idea that murdering innocent men, women and children – particularly Muslim men, women and children in the Middle East – is an act of somebody who is a religious person.

Friday’s statement echoes one made by Bush in November 2003 during a joint press conference with then-Prime Minister Tony Blair. A reporter noted Bush had frequently expressed the view that freedom is a gift from “the Almighty,” but questioned whether Bush believes “Muslims worship the same Almighty” as the president and other Christians do.

“I do say that freedom is the Almighty’s gift to every person. I also condition it by saying freedom is not America’s gift to the world,” Bush replied. “It’s much greater than that, of course. And I believe we worship the same god,” reported the London Telegraph.

Reaction from U.S. evangelical leaders was swift and strong.

Richard Land, president of the Southern Baptist Convention, the nation’s largest Protestant denomination, was quoted in the Baptist Press as saying the president “is simply mistaken.”

According to a Washington Post account, Land said in an interview: “We should always remember that he is commander in chief, not theologian in chief. The Bible is clear on this: The one and true god is Jehovah, and his only begotten son is Jesus Christ.”

The Rev. Ted Haggard, then-president of the National Association of Evangelicals, also contradicted the president in a press statement. “The Christian God encourages freedom, love, forgiveness, prosperity and health,” said Haggard. “The Muslim god appears to value the opposite. The personalities of each god are evident in the cultures, civilizations and dispositions of the peoples that serve them. Muhammad’s central message was submission; Jesus’ central message was love. They seem to be very different personalities.”

In November 2006, Haggard was forced to resign from NAE following allegations of drug use and sex with a homosexual prostitute.

Gary Bauer, former presidential candidate and president of American Values, said Bush’s comment was “not helpful to the president. Since everybody agrees he’s not a theologian, he would be much better advised to punt when he gets that kind of question.”

In Friday’s interview with Al Arabiya, Bush emphasized his outreach to Muslims.

“We are having an Iftaar dinner tonight – I say, ‘we’ – it’s my wife and I,” Bush told Nakouzi. “This is the seventh one in the seven years I’ve been the president. It gives me a chance to say ‘Ramadan Mubarak.’ The reason I do this is I want people to understand about my country. In other words, I hope this message gets out of America. I want people to understand that one of the great freedoms in America is the right for people to worship any way they see fit. If you’re a Muslim, an agnostic, a Christian, a Jew, a Hindu, you’re equally American.

“And the value – the most valuable thing I think about America is that – particularly if you’re a religious person – you can be free to worship, and it’s your choice to make. It’s not the state’s choice, and you shouldn’t be intimidated after you’ve made your choice. And that’s a right that I jealously guard.

“Secondly, I want American citizens to see me hosting an Iftaar dinner.”

“That’s a strong message for the Americans,” said Nakouzi.

Last year, WND reported criticism of Bush from Wafa Sultan, a native of Syria, who said the president was empowering terrorist leaders whose ultimate aim is for Islamic law to govern the world by proclaiming Islam a “religion of peace.”

“I believe he undermines our credibility by saying that,” said Sultan. “We came from Islam, and we know what kind of religion Islam is.”

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