David Barton recently appeared on the Jim Bakker show and talked about an elusive “revival” that was supposed to be occurring right under our noses. But is revival really happening or are we just looking for the wrong signs? After all these years, do we even know what “revival” means?
Because of the Deuteronomy 13 test, those with opened eyes are trying to discern between “true” and “false” prophets by the signature words “Come and let us serve other gods,” only to be shut down because nobody who claims to be a prophet – not even the worst offender – would say something so heinous.
But is that really the criteria Deuteronomy 13 is telling us to use? Or is there more to the story? … Let’s do a deep dive into this important passage!
Christians are taught to cherry-pick scriptures out of Galatians and Colossians to justify their celebration of Christmas and Easter. They don’t realize these verses in context actually promote the celebration of the biblical feasts, not their pagan substitutes.
There’s no question that Billy Graham left a legacy – but just what kind of “legacy” are we talking about? Sure, thousands – if not millions – may have walked the aisle and asked Jesus into their hearts in his crusades, but will it matter in the Kingdom?
Every year, conspiracy theorists closely examine the Super Bowl for Illuminati-oriented-symbolism and hidden messages behind the event. This year, I’ve been told to join them in their speculation . . . and I didn’t even watch the game! How is this even possible? Well, to me it’s kinda obvious . . .