“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?
The church fathers were men who probably had the best of intentions, but they took the perversions learned from the preceding church fathers, formulated new teaching around the same erroneous frame of reference handed down to them, and preached those sermons within the framework provided by the spirit of the times.
In Christianity, there is this push to “BE the Church.” Although most have good intentions – and the mantra “Be the Church” sounds so noble and good on the surface – their passions are based upon a false, predetermined assumption. When the rubber meets the road, all of these well-meaning people who are striving to “be the church” are really just taking part in a concerted effort to embody a man-made institution. Let’s take a deep dive in the Word of God. You’re going to see that His Ekklesia looks nothing like “the Church.”
Why does God allow miracles, signs and wonders to be performed by false prophets in the “Word of Faith” and “Prophetic” camps? Is it all an elaborate ruse, or is something else afoot?
The events of 2 Thessalonians 2:1-12 are happening as you read this. Now, is the time has come for you to make a decision… and what you decide will determine your eternal destiny.