“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?
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.
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? [Read More]
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.
Did God have this kind of mercy prior to the cross? You bet He did! Even before Yeshua’s ultimate sacrifice, our loving and gracious God showed mercy when it was right to show mercy. Why do you think He showed mercy to some, but then had others slaughtered? [Read More]
The late Bob Jones was a certified false prophet. Not only did he prophesy things that failed to come to pass, he also walked in gross doctrinal error and taught others to do the same. [Read More]