A quick rebuke and reminder for churches to drastically reduce their worship volume and love their congregation.
Many Evangelicals exalt those who fight for our nation. Is this godly?
Lie #31: The Trinity doctrine is false doctrine.
LIE #30: “We must never dispute or listen to one who disputes the scriptures.”
Racists don't want you to read this article. Is Christianity a "White Religion?" Discover how racists have lied about what the Bible says about race, slavery, and black people. Get the biblical facts.
Find out why random scripture memorization and easy translations are hurting the doctrine.
You might be thinking that no one is righteous, but that is out-of-context. Find out what you're not being taught: Righteousness is measured. Do you measure up?
Pentecostals are zealous for God's power. However, their desire for evidence is hurting the doctrine. Find out what Pentecostals ought to do.
You have a special heart. God wants you to have a tender heart, but it must be strong. Read God's special message to us about our heart.
"Be not righteous over much... " Many Christians misinterpret this scripture and use it to justify that we should not be too righteous...
Have you been taught that entering into the Lord's rest is merely reading the Bible while drinking a cup of tea?
Read how preachers are prostituting grace and contributing to end times apostasy. Using grace as an excuse to live an unrepentant, or lazy, "We'll never be perfect" lifestyle, is not what our Lord intended.
Read the biblical reasons why the answer is a resounding NO.
Many Christians think self-righteousness means that someone is highly religious. However, God doesn't hate pure religion or a strict manner of holy doctrine nor does the Bible tell us to despise it. The Bible gives us four, main examples of self-righteousness.
"Christianity is not a religion... " Are you believing this lie?
"Preach the Word. When necessary, use words." Are you believing this lie?
What does the Bible say about "laying down one's life?"
Are you believing this lie? "I'm so flawed, I'm a hopeless sinner, I could never be perfect."
When Jesus spoke this parable to the crowds, He told His disciples that He did it because the people's hearts were disgustingly fat with ignorance. Because of this, they could hear His word, but they could not receive it unless they decided to have a change of heart so that He could heal them (See Matthew 13:15 KJV). Jesus explained His parable above to His disciples. Here is what He said:...
Read this article about how Jesus Christ changes hearts. He saved a formerly promiscuous girl from the ways of the world, washed away her sins, and gave her a new life.