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A Very Lonely Path

A Very Lonely Path

The Narrow WayA Very Lonely Path

John 21:18-22 Amplified Bible (AMP)

18 I assure you, most solemnly I tell you, when you were young you girded yourself [put on your own belt or girdle] and you walked about wherever you pleased to go. But when you grow old you will stretch out your hands, and someone else will put a girdle around you and carry you where you do not wish to go.

19 He said this to indicate by what kind of death Peter would glorify God. And after this, He said to him, Follow Me!

20 But Peter turned and saw the disciple whom Jesus loved, following—the one who also had leaned back on His breast at the supper and had said, Lord, who is it that is going to betray You?

21 When Peter saw him, he said to Jesus, Lord, what about this man?

22 Jesus said to him, If I want him to stay (survive, live) until I come, what is that to you? [What concern is it of yours?] You follow Me!

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Mary Queen of Heaven and The Dutch Reformed Church Apostasy

Mary Queen of Heaven and The Dutch Reformed Church Apostasy
Rev. Attie Nel - Mary Queen of Heaven and The Dutch Reformed Church Apostasy
Rev. Attie Nel

Mary Queen of Heaven and The Dutch Reformed Church’s [Accelerated] Downward Spiral into Apostasy

Someone recently asked me “How is it possible that anyone who once proclaimed a steadfast faith in Jesus Christ can apostatize from the truth and begin to follow another Jesus, and yet still believe that they are following the real Jesus?”

In hindsight I knew my answer was rather flimsy at the time and I felt like kicking my own rear-end for not having provided a better reason for our postmodern malady of chronic apostasy.

I must admit I felt much better when I realized that when Paul grappled with the phenomenon of apostasy he could only express his astonishment at the serious and very dangerous defection from sound biblical doctrine in the church at Galatia without giving any sound reasons.

The most amazing thing about their apostasy was that it happened so quickly. It accelerated at an alarming rate since Paul’s last missionary journey to Galatia and very soon after the false teachers began to infiltrate the church with their menacing heresies.

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An Altar to the Lord?

An Altar to the Lord?

Great-Pyramid-of-GizaAn Altar to the Lord?

Many Christians – and when I say many, I mean “m a n y” – are getting hooked on stories and, oh so very “spiritual” stories may I add, thatBird's eye of the Great Pyramid of Giza they no longer regard the Bible as the one and only reliable prophetic source to provide sufficient evidence of things to come.

In fact, they no longer regard the Holy Spirit to be the only One who declares to God’s saints (not unbelievers) the things to come (John 16:13) but rely more and more on their own insights, some of which are based on unadulterated paganism and the occult.

They tenaciously cling to stories about aliens and blood moons, the Nephilim (fallen angels who allegedly married human women and produced unnatural offspring), and the Pyramid of Giza that was allegedly built by God Himself to cast into solid stone the entire Gospel narrative of Jesus Christ.

You see, it works like this. God who was able to speak directly to prophets like Moses, Isaiah, Ezekiel and many more in the Old Testament, was – for some strange reason – not able to speak directly to Noah. So, Almighty God who had no capability whatsoever to speak directly to Noah decided to come down from heaven and to build the glorious altar of beautifully cut stones to give him and his family the Gospel.

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Absa Bank Salutes the Illuminati

Absa Bank Salutes the Illuminati

Absa Bank -Salutes the Illuminati - smallshotAbsa Bank Salutes the Illuminati

So I was watching TV the other day and guess what happened?

Absa logoAn Absa bank advert pops onto the screen.  I was always wondering when South Africa was going to jump on the “Illuminati we salute you” bandwagon until I saw Absa’s advert and thought “hey lookie here, isn’t that a ‘nice eye in the triangle shot'”.  At 04 seconds and 51 seconds into the advert you get some nice New World Order symbolism.

Absa bank are very clever though, they used the game of marbles to hide their real intentions.  When you play marbles you stack your marbles up into the shape of a pyramid, the actor makes a triangle with his hands as though he is looking at his marbles to see if they are all in place. » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »

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Joyce Meyer – Look at Their Fruit

Joyce Meyer - Look at Their Fruit

 joyce meyer look at their fruitJOYCE MEYER – “LOOK AT THEIR FRUIT”

Whenever genuinely concerned Christians warn others against false teachers and their false doctrines, the matter is usually put to rest with the adage “Look at their fruit.” The question we need to ask is: what do those who readily defend their favourite teachers and preachers with this ready-made adage, mean by “fruit?” When asked to define the fruit, most of them say it is:

  1. Their loving and compassionate disposition.
  2. Their kindness to others.
  3. There positive attitude toward others by not putting them down and telling them they are lost sinners unless they repent.
  4. Their huge affluence and philanthropic zeal to help the poor. Joyce Meyer has become a very popular speaker. She certainly is one of the well-known and best-paid TV preachers (especially for women). Her ministry revenues have steadily increased from 1998 where they took in 40 million, to 1999 they brought in 55 million, to 2000 70 million, to 2001 near 80 million, to 2002 near 90 million. Today her Life in the Word organization estimates to take in $95 million this year. The ministry says it spends about 10 percent – $880,000 a month – on charitable works around the globe.
  5. Their spiritual influence on especially the downtrodden, the downhearted, the ones who hurt and have been emotionally strained by bad experiences during their youth or adult life.
  6. The alleged results they get in their healing ministries.

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What is God Really Like: Tawhid or Trinity?

What is God Really Like: Tawhid or Trinity?

What is God Really Like: Tawhid or Trinity?

I watched this live stream from 24:00 to 03:00 last night. Dr Nabeel Qureshi presented some excellent insights which Christians do not always note so easily when they read their Bibles. Anyone who does not repent and believe the Gospel after his compelling presentation is either wilfully blind or so hardened in their hearts that they no longer want to be saved. This is so sad, very sad indeed.

I was very surprised to see that the debate was interrupted to give the Muslims in the audience an opportunity to say their morning prayers. Christians will never be given an opportunity to say their morning prayers where Sharia Law reigns supreme. Makes you think, doesn’t it?

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The Truth About The Bible Code

The Truth About The Bible Code

 The truth about the Bible CodeThe Truth about The Bible Code

The Bible code, often called the Secret Bible code, says exactly what it is – the OCCULT (knowledge of the hidden, unknown or secret things). Any spiritual knowledge acquired through means other than what God permits, falls within the parameters of the occult.

To understand the occult nature of the Bible code, we need to look at what God says about secret or hidden things.

“The secret things belong to the LORD our God, but the things that are revealed belong to us and to our children forever, that we may do all the words of this law. (Deuteronomy 9:29). » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »

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What Journey or Path are you on?

What Journey or Path are you on?

what journey are you on

What Journey or Path are you on?

Television and other media have been pushing the words ‘journey’ or ‘path’ onto unsuspecting public.  TV adverts and personalities are constantly speaking about ‘the journey they are on’, or ‘they have chosen to take a different path in their life’, or ‘the journey they are on at that moment is this and that’.

For example, a lady being interviewed on TV says to the audience, ‘I am working my way up the corporate ladder and I see this as a new journey in my life’ or ‘I am becoming a mother really soon and I see this whole experience as a journey.’

Lets look at what some famous people are saying: » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »

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E J Hill: The Other Side of Hillside

E J Hill: The Other Side of Hillside
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E J Hill

E J Hill: The Other Side of Hill’s ide

What if “Christians” (among them staunch Calvinists) who have always thought and believed they were treading the right path on the right side of the hill suddenly realized they were actually treading the wrong path on the wrong side of the hill?

Should we be shocked when someone suddenly comes out of his/her spiritual closet and announces with bravado, “I have turned my back on the God of the Bible and am now following a new, more enlightened god called ATHEISM” or as E J Hill recently put it, “The Alpha and Omega of My Exodus from Christianity – The True Story of a Christian Theologian’s Exodus from Evangelical Christianity to Atheism”?

What if these so-called Christians have always been atheists but refused all along to face the music and candidly admit that they have always been anti-God under the cloak of “Christian” piousness called CALVINISM? » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »

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Leonard Sweet: Changing The Emergent Leopard’s Spots

Stephan Joubert & Leonard SweetThe Bible is the most amazing, most awesome and most wonderful book ever written. No other book foretells and describes future events so accurately than the Bible. It even foretells how Stephan Joubert of ekerk and echurch fame will not be able to change his spots despite his emphatic denial that he and Leonard Sweet no longer bear the spots of the Emergent Church critters.

Jeremiah 13:23 Amplified Bible (AMP)

Can the Ethiopian change his skin or the leopard his spots? Then also can you do good who are accustomed and taught [even trained] to do evil.

Who could have guessed that not only the Bible but also a kiddy’s story written by Rudyard Kipling would relate to perfection how Stephan Joubert and Leonard Sweet never changed their spots – despite them having told us that they had discarded the Emergent Leopard’s spots – and have since learned to blend in with the usual run-of-the-mill critiques of the Emergent Church.

Could it be that Baviaan in Kiplings story advised them “The people (you have been misleading and have since wised up to your deception because you can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time) has gone away for a change and my advice to you (Stephan Joubert and Leonard Sweet) is to change too.” The question is – have they changed?

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