“I am saved by grace through faith” seems to be the “go to” verse in any discussion involving the subjects of grace and salvation, but are these subjects really understood? Do we realize the depth of what this means, or are we just parroting what we’ve been told by the pulpit masters?
Ever since I wrote my "Working for the Elijah List" testimony, people have asked me "Where are the Real Prophets?" Quite honestly, up until the last couple years, I didn’t have a clue! I just knew who they were NOT! Well, I’m happy to say that I’ve found them… they are alive and well and they are NOT on TBN!
The “wheat” and the “tares” are becoming more and more obvious, as we approach the End of the Age. As painful as it may be to face, not everyone who is claiming to be our “brother and sister in Christ” is truly our family. What’s the difference between the “wheat” and the “tares”? This post will tell you…
Like most of the doctrine that we learned growing up, our concept of the salvation process was formulated within a framework that, in my view, cannot really be backed up with Scripture. This framework made it easy for debates such as “once saved always saved vs. losing your salvation” to thrive in and confuse the church. This framework is flawed.
1 Corinthians 14 is the “go to” chapter of the bible that dispensationalists use to explain the differences in prophecy between the Old and New Testament. This errant theology flies in the face of our Unchangeable God and plays right into the ethos of the false prophet. Let’s take a closer look at this overused, and much abused, chapter.
The western church has spent all kinds of energy going after homosexuality, abortion and Harry Potter, but has unknowingly ignored the most ancient form of witchcraft that permeates her very culture, allowing an altar of sin to remain undetected and operable within.
The process of sanctification is simple. It is merely turning from our ways and learning His Ways. But what are His Ways? [Read More]
YHWH has called us to live a life where we are on a constant path to separate ourselves from the trappings of this world’s system. Unfortunately, many are content to harbor pet sins that don’t seem like a big deal, but they are offensive to the Master. The psalmist calls this “flattering yourself.”
The Christian mantra, mercy triumphs over judgment is only one of the many scriptures from James 2 that has been taken out of context to create a false faith. Let’s take a closer look at this often used, yet little understood chapter.
What makes Yahweh nauseous? Contrary to what you may have heard before, it wasn’t the Laodicean church’s indecision to become “good” or “evil.” Rather, it was the lack of ability to influence their world around them. Let’s take a closer look at the End-Time “lukewarm” church and see if we can’t find any vestiges of Laodicea in us. I do not want to be counted among those who are “spewed,” do you? [Read More]