Most Christians believe that you are saved when you ask Jesus into your heart. Little do they know that their salvation equation is based upon a myth.
Originally written 01.09.2012 Earlier this year, I mentioned in one of my posts that I wanted to get past talking about my experiences with the Elijah List and the Prophetic Movement. I have recently come to the realization that this is not God’s plan for me . . . at least in this phase of […]
For the record: Ahmadinejad is a psychopath who deserves hell (we all do). He is not to be trusted and I just don’t like him. Nevertheless, something inside me (I believe it was the Holy Spirit) inspired me to dig further. When I actually read the unedited text of his address to the UN, I found that much of what he said about “the West” and our values was actually true!
One does not need to wear a special lens to see that most of the Western world (including the church) are a covetous people. We live for the next purchase. Such a life motivation stands in direct opposition to what our Messiah taught. Let’s take a closer look at what the Word of God says about covetousness. It’s more than just lusting after the possessions of your neighbor, it can become an identity!
Justin Bieber thrilled the mainstream church world when he said “Jesus loves you,” at this year’s Teen Choice Awards. “Kudos, Justin!” exclaimed the church. “Since you mentioned Jesus, I don’t have to feel convicted about letting my kids listen to your music!”