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  1. Penny Fulce

    I absolutely love your site. I’m constantly posting your articles on my FB ( yes I’m still on Facebook). I don’t get all the “likes” on your posts as the cute cat vids do, but some people are being exposed to the truth for the first time.That’s what it’s all about.
    I GREATLY appreciate your work!

  2. Charles

    For anyone who feels that they want to understand more about how “Church ” teaching leads people out of God’s ways. I would recommend the Yashanet website, go to the libary section, the two sections I would suggest are, Torah Etz Chaim (Torah Tree of Life) and Not subject to the Law of God.

  3. Charles

    So if you truly follow Jesus, do you really follow His commandments, ??. Do you still go to a “Christian ” church with its ingrained anti-Semitic doctrines, do you worship on the first day of the week instead of the seventh as God instructed, Jesus always obeyed his father’s Torah. You have obviously understood that the “Church ” is not suitable for you, follow Yeshua the Jew allow him to show you where you should be, and that’s not in a church

  4. Michael

    I had simular walk in Christianity in that I was concerned about wolves in the church leading many astray. However over the last 2 years I have become really concerned about the falling away from the truth. I start every day in the word with coffee. And I too find what I read and what I see being fostered by the “church” not in agreement. It really is becoming apostate. Been reading a lot in this area and also those who call themselves “dones” as in done with organized church of which I am. I am not a fowler of man rather God. Yet many whom I know for many years go and sit through 3 fast songs 2 slow, announcements, offering, sermon and see ya next week and don’t forget to bring your check book.

    I know because I walked as an elder 6 years, led worship 4 years, chairman of board 7 years and its all a man made organization designed after business. The show (whoops program must go on) so we never stop be still, here God or pray. We never stop to consider is this what we are to do today? We must get-er-done in one hour less people get upset. How sad what is called church sits while a “man” seeks God for them so they might feel good about themselves then go about their week till the next Sunday feeding. Men following and dependent on men. How blind I was.

  5. Alicia Parker

    Quick question: how do you abide by the “forsake not the gathering together with other believers”? I reached a point a long time ago where I can no longer attend any “modern” church. We, as a family, have been observing the Sabbath as best as know how starting at sunset on Friday evenings. However, I do miss meeting with fellow believers. Any advice you have would be greatly appreciated…aside from praying about it. Lol!

    • Gilbert

      Don’t be shackled by the observance of days and rituals – the form rather than the substance; they tend to give a semblance of piety – just a thought.

  6. Brenda Culver

    Jesus said “my sheep know my voice and follow me.” I know truth when I hear it because it doesn’t contradict His word. I love truth at any cost so the Lord has graciously given me eyes to see and ears to hear. I praise God for your service to Him for defending His truth.

  7. Kathy

    I was born again reading the Bible from cover to cover then I started attending church afterward. I know the path you walk. The Hebrew roots movement was also filled with conflict more so and I found I had to be very careful. I read an article today by a doctor in the HR movement that many people follow anti Christ by the nature and content and through his education of Torah comparison he was denying our atonement. I told him so.I will pray you stay on the narrow. Keel your atonement above all else. Yeshua and the Father paid too much to let those who let their education shipwreck their faith. Walk the narrow road ahead. The truth can be a dangerous journey

    • Your prayers are always welcome and I thank you. Believe me, as one who still sins, I need His atonement. At the same time, the covering He provides does not negate the necessity to obey His commands, and those who refuse to do so are going to find themselves in an area they don’t want to be in, come Judgment day. I agree that the HR movement has much conflict and some people going off the deep end, but there are not 44,000 different denominations of HR people, like there are mainstream Christians. While I haven’t bought into a lot of the non-Torah “Jewish” customs that some are trying to take on, I think they have a really good thing going with the Sabbath and the Feast days. They also bring a much needed historical perspective to the scripture. All the best!

  8. Dianne Plourde

    Really glad that you are ‘kicking it up a notch’, Kevin. Very much appreciate the direction your blog is taking. Thank you for the time you take to research, study and write. I hope to purchase your book soon. The church world is a jungle and the points you bring out make sense. I am still seeking … and still reading your blog and taking note of the things you emphasize. (I have nothing to offer here .. just expressing gratitude)

  9. Patrick Collins

    Keep it up, Kevin. The path you are starting on, I have been on for some time and I can assure you it is God’s way. On my walk I questioned every doctrine and practice so that God could strip away what was not from him and leave me with only what was pure. It can be a lonely road, for you lose most of those you thought were friends but the joy and peace that comes from your solid relationship with the Father is indescribable. I just want to encourage you to be bold; you cannot fail to be victorious.

  10. J S

    Kevin, This newest undertaking is not only urgent and timely but time sensitive, I’m thinking. Only the Lord can sustain you through iy (because it’s huge!), so I will be praying for you. Many will have their eyes open and be amazed; others will be offended and close minded; while yet others will be shaking their heads in agreement and saying, “at last”! The church has been on a down hill glide for centuries because of external as well as internal influences, almost always because of ignorance of church history.

    Thank you for being obedient to what the Lord has called you to do.

    Blessings and Shalom.

  11. Susie

    Wow Kevin! Thanks for sharing that beginning story! This has got to be “one” of your best articles.

    Love your statement “Don’t be scared of questioning the Word of God”! So few actually do this. We are commanded to be like the Bereans. What did they do? Searched the scriptures “daily”. Why? To see if they were “believing a lie”…. the point of your entire article. Are Christians today, believing a lie?

    YOUR BOOK! Its AMAZING! I’m so thankful you wrote it!

  12. Marie Duncan

    I am with you on this. I found folks who really seem after the things of God. But, Oh Whoa, when it touches a stronghold of tradition. This truly saddens my heart.

    I usually receive your articles in my email. I didn’t receive this one, though. I found it on my FB page. Glad I did. Keep telling the truth.

  13. Mikey B

    I have a question I’d like to throw out considering we’re talking about Status Quo Christianity. There’s a great deal of emphasis on a “personal relationship with Jesus” versus no longer being lost and becoming part of the Body. Is this “personal Jesus” teaching Truth? Heresy? Or something else? Thoughts?

    • Kevin Kleint

      Great input, Mike. Any time the “personal Jesus” points you away from repentance and the Truth of the Word, it’s not “Jesus”, but something else. IMHO, the “Personal Jesus” theology teaches that God is OK with where you are at, and loves you as you are. Although this is partially correct (He does love you), it implies that repentance is somehow not needed, or can be postponed for another time. This flies in the face of the message of the Gospel that ALWAYS started off with “Repent!”

      Anyone else have thoughts?

      • Marie Duncan

        I still believe in a personal relationship vs. religion. A personal relationship, to me, means we WANT to know what is required of us, and do it. A personal relationship means that we read the Love Letter God had written down for us, called The Bible, and that we study it to see what HE said, and what pleases HIM. Not what someone else said He said. We care enough to see for ourselves. We walk and talk with Him all the time, every day, and are very aware of His presence and we have His Word hidden in our heart so that we do not sin against him. If and when we do, we ask forgiveness, and do not run and hide or lie to ourselves and to Him. It means the closest Friend we could ever have.

    • Jimmy Sully

      I find that the more I want a “personal Jesus” that never asks anything of me and never tells me I am wrong. I am usually compromising in some area of my life. My flesh comes in and tells me it is not as bad as you think (no doubt satan is also saying things) after all just accept more grace, and everything will be well.

      However, I have noticed something over these past two years as at times I just use grace for convenience and for opportunities for the flesh, I see that I do not love nor am as loyal to Jesus as I used to be. I am supposed to be a living sacrifice as well, and I have been hearing things in my life that seems to only be satisfying to the flesh, but there is Jesus and He is always that anchor pulling me back to repentance, and forgiveness.

      This “personal Jesus” is very subtle and that is probably why the bible says “if you think you are standing strong be careful lest we fall.” WE have to stick close to Jesus Christ.

      • Kevin Kleint

        Hey Jimmy,

        You hit the nail on the head with this one. When I read what you wrote, the following verse comes to mind:

        Hbr 10:28-29 He that despised Moses’ law died without mercy under two or three witnesses: Of how much sorer punishment, suppose ye, shall he be thought worthy, who hath trodden under foot the Son of God, and hath counted the blood of the covenant, wherewith he was sanctified, an unholy thing, and hath done despite unto the Spirit of grace?

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