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A Good Moral Soil

A Good Moral Soil

How To Achieve a Good Moral Soil and Thence an Unshakeable Unity

Ravi Zacharias

Ravi Zacharias

We’re living in a day and age when everyone is striving for unity without counting the cost. Ravi Zacharias, speaking at a large congregation of Evangelicals and Mormons in the Mormon Tabernacle in Utah on 17 and 18 February 2014, boldly stated:

“And so, what brings us together? As has already been said, yes we have our theological differences,. but I think it’s commendable that we find a common cause in trying to create a good moral soil in this culture and in this time.”

» PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »

John MacArthur and Arthur Brooks – From Rome to Mormonism

John MacArthur - Arthur Brooks - MorminismJohn MacArthur / The Master’s College Partners with Roman Catholic Mormonism Promoter

Watch the video below of Arthur Brooks & John MacArthur:

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When we were doing research on John MacArthur, we discovered Arthur C. Brooks spoke at the Mormon Brigham Young University (BYU) in Utah…. » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »

Universalism – It seems the majority of everyone embraces it now

Universalism - It seems the majority of everyone embraces it now

UniversalismAuthor: Most Evangelicals Believe Good People are Heaven-Bound

By Stephanie Samuel | Christian Post Reporter | Society  |Fri, Dec. 17 2010 07:00 AM EDT

The majority of Protestants and evangelicals believe that good people and people of other religions can go to heaven, according to author David Campbell.

Campbell, who co-wrote American Grace, How Religion Divides and Unites Us, contends that surveys of 3,000 Americans, used to write the book, show that American people of faith, though devout, are very tolerant. So much so that most believers also believe that good people, despite their religious affiliation, can go to heaven. » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »

Why would a Christian use a Menorah?

Why would a Christian use a Menorah?

As Christians we believe by faith in Jesus Christ.  We do not need candle sticks to remind us who Jesus Christ is because we have the Holy Spirit abiding in us.  The Menorah is part of the Jewish faith – a Christian should not be entertaining symbols from other faiths.

What’s the difference between the 7-candle Menorah and the 9-candle Menorah?

7-branch Menorah:

Menorah -7CandlesGod said to Moses in Exodus 25:31-38:   31 “Make a lampstand of pure gold and hammer it out, base and shaft; its flowerlike cups, buds and blossoms shall be of one piece with it. 32 Six branches are to extend from the sides of the lampstand—three on one side and three on the other. 33 Three cups shaped like almond flowers with buds and blossoms are to be on one branch, three on the next branch, and the same for all six branches extending from the lampstand. 34 And on the lampstand there are to be four cups shaped like almond flowers with buds and blossoms. 35 One bud shall be under the first pair of branches extending from the lampstand, a second bud under the second pair, and a third bud under the third pair—six branches in all. 36 The buds and branches shall all be of one piece with the lampstand, hammered out of pure gold. 37 “Then make its seven lamps and set them up on it so that they light the space in front of it. 38 Its wick trimmers and trays are to be of pure gold. » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »

G8 World Religions Summit – Worships Mother Earth

Religions - The G8 World Religions SummitUniting Religions for World Change:

The G8 World Religions Summit

By Carl Teichrib,  www.forcingchange.org

A sacred fire was lit. Mother Earth, we were told, needs to hear that we love her, so give a “prayer of gratitude” to the Earth; “Because out of Mother Earth comes all we need to live…she gives us the food, the water, the medicines, and the teachings.”

We were asked to privately perform a water ritual, for this will give strength to Mother Earth. Everything that’s alive, “even the water” it was explained to the delegates and observers, has the spirit. We were told that religiously speaking, “there is not only one way, there is many ways” – and to go to the sacred fire and “invoke the spirits.”

Drummers summoned the power of the eagle spirit, because it brings “the spirit of love, it brings vision. The Eagle carries our wishes and our prayers.” And this eagle spirit will tell the Great Spirit of the wonderful things happening in this gathering. » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »

Some of the Top Contenders for the AntiChrist Position are:

Some of the Top Contenders for the AntiChrist Position are:

Tony Blair Unite Faiths

Some of the Top Contenders for the AntiChrist Position are:

Tony Blair Looks To US Pastor Rick Warren In Bid To Unite Faiths

Tony Blair is preparing to launch a “faith offensive” across the United States over the next year, after building up relationships with a network of influential religious leaders and faith organisations.

According to the annual accounts of the Tony Blair Faith Foundation, a UK-based charity that promotes cohesion between the major faiths, the foundation is to develop a US arm that will pursue a host of faith-based projects. The accounts show that his foundation has an impressive – and, in at least one case, controversial – set of faith contacts. Sitting on some £4.5m in funds as of April last year, mostly gathered through donations, it is now well placed to make its voice heard.

The foundation’s advisory council of religious leaders includes Rick Warren, powerful founder of the California-based Saddleback church. It attracts congregations of nearly 20,000 and is reportedly one of the largest in the US. Warren, who has addressed the UN and the World Economic Forum in Davos, has been named one of the “15 world leaders who matter most” and one of the “100 most influential people in the world”. » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »

Kathryn Kuhlman – The Interfaith Faith Healer

Kathryn Kuhlman - The Interfaith Faith Healer

Kathryn Kuhlman

Kathryn Kuhlman – The Interfaith Faith Healer

Angus Buchan loves to mention Smith Wigglesworth as a great man of god but lately he is mentioning Kathryn Kuhlman quite a bit.  I thought I would just give a brief history of this diabolical woman.   Please read this, it’s very important you know who this woman was and how she has influenced hundreds of pastors over the years.

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“Kathryn Kuhlman was a healer who drew large crowds to her meetings. Millions came to her for help. Her meetings were attended by up to ten thousand at a time.

Kathryn was born in Concordia, sixty miles from Kansas City. Her mother was a Methodist, her father a Baptist. As a young girl, she went to a Baptist seminary and was ordained as a Baptist preacher. Her first church was in Franklin, Pennsylvania. One day some people in her congregation said that they had been healed while she was preaching. Kathryn was astonished. When such occurrences became more frequent, she began to preach about faith healing, without ceasing to put the main emphasis on the salvation of the soul. Before long, she moved from Franklin to the great city of Pittsburgh, where ever-increasing crowds flocked to her services. From 1946, she conducted an average of 125 healing meetings per year. She used the largest halls in the USA, and her healing meetings were attended by about one and a half million people each year. This figure is given by a doctor named William Nolen. » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »

Zuma and Ray McCauley want a Moral Code for South Africa

Jacob Zuma Ray McCauleyNow this is interesting.  President Zuma and Ray McCauley want a moral code for South Africa.  Has he forgotten that the Word of God contains every instruction for living a Christian life but ONLY thought Jesus Christ the Son of God and ONLY through the conviction of the Holy Spirit?

I suppose Ray McCauley also forgot he has been divorced twice and Zuma is a polygamist.

I know what this moral code will not contain:    It will not contain the gospel of Jesus Christ, but a man made moral code which will never succeed due to mankind’s inherent wickedness.

I have a solution to this moral dilemma that South Africa faces.  It’s called Jesus Christ the Son of God and the 10 commandments 

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Ray McCauley, ANC links to morality debate

by Liesl Peyper – 2010-02-25 – News24

Cape Town – The debate about a moral code for South Africa which was initiated by President Jacob Zuma will probably be driven by an interfaith group with strong ties to the ANC, but in which none of the country’s foremost religious forums are represented.

In church circles this development has been labelled a serious danger to relations between church and state. » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »