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Seeking Salvation or Deliverance?

Praying hands - need help - seeking deliverance and salvation

Need Help?  Are you seeking deliverance or are you just seeking salvation?  You have come to the right place!

I am going to get right to the point regarding salvation and deliverance because I know you are desperate and need urgent help.

If you want salvation through Jesus Christ the Son of God and you need deliverance from either affliction or possession, please follow steps No. 1) through to No. 6), otherwise please just pray the wonderful sinners prayer we have for you that you may be born again and then do step No. 1 and No. 6).

Here are the steps you need to follow for salvation and for deliverance:

This is for anyone; those who think they are Christian but are not sure, those who are Charismatic, Pentecostal (believing in Baptism of the Holy Spirit by sign of gifts, ie., speaking in tongues), Zionist (ZCC church), Anglican, Catholic, Calvinist, Seventh Day Adventist, Mormon, Jehovah’s Witnesses etc. Those in the Occult / New Age, Wiccan, Pagan or an unbeliever be that an atheist, agnostic etc. Or if you are Hindu, Buddhist, or Muslim etc.

“7 Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you. 8 Draw nigh to God, and he will draw nigh to you. Cleanse your hands, ye sinners; and purify your hearts, ye double minded.” (James 4:7-8)

A Christian but plagued by a demonic spirit in your home?

Please refer to step No. 5 and No. 6) if you are a Christian but were disobedient to God and sinned by bringing something of occult origin into your home and you find yourself plagued by a demonic entity.  “For there is not a just man upon earth, that doeth good, and sinneth not.” (Ecclesiastes 7:20).  BUT  “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.”  (1 John 1:9)

Please go here to read the full article:  Seeking Salvation or Deliverance?

Jesus Christ, a Dismal Failure?

Calvinists Believe Jesus Christ A Dismal Failure

Calvinists Claim that Jesus Christ, a Dismal Failure?

I happened to come across this site this morning (not really, because I clicked on a link on another site and I was taken there) and could not help but smile again at how yet another Calvinist tries to demolish free-will. No matter how hard he and other Calvinists try to do that, their childish arguments lead them into a deadly cul de sac again and again. The main thrust of their argument runs as follows.

1) If Jesus loves all men and died for all men to save them all alike, then He was a useless failure because not all men are saved. 

Success, in the Calvinist’s view, is not determined by Christ’s perfect obedience to his Father but by the redemption of all his people whom He purportedly has unconditionally chosen unto salvation from all eternity. This poses somewhat of a problem. Of the more than 220 times the phrase “my people” appears in the Bible the majority refers to Israel. Hence, it is rather odd to say that God has unconditionally chosen all his people unto salvation and that every single one of them will be saved when most of the nation of Israel will not be saved (Matthew 8:12; Romans 11:28-29), unless, of course, Israel has been replaced by the so-called elect among all the heathen nations. Then, however, Calvinists would be trespassing their own rigid fortitude to defend God’s sovereignty because they are wilfully (excuse the pun) denying that Israel is still God’s chosen people despite their continued enmity with the Gospel (Romans 11:28-29).


Lost Your Salvation? Is it Possible? (2)

Losing Your Salvation

Lost Your Salvation, Is it Possible? Understanding Hebrews 6

The main purpose of the epistle to the Hebrews was to encourage the Jewish Christians to press on to perfection by remaining faithful to the Lord without having to return to the “shadows” contained in the Levitical laws.

Under duress of the false apostles who enticed them to rely on external rites, such as circumcision, the Jewish Christians began to believe they needed to do those things to retain God’s favor and mercies, much like today’s believers who assert that steadfast perseverance is needed to retain one’s salvation and if they fail that the loss of salvation is imminent.

Unfortunately, the notion that perseverance secures a believer’s salvation turns the spiritual eyes inward to “self” and a reliance on human effort to retain and maintain salvation instead of on Christ Jesus Who is the Author (Source) and Finisher of our faith. Those who do not believe in eternal security accuse those who do believe in it of “cheap grace.” This is what Dave Hunt says of their accusation:

Those who believe in “falling away” accuse those who believe in “eternal security” of promoting “cheap grace.” The latter in itself is an unbiblical expression. To call it “cheap” is really a denial of grace, since it implies that too small a price has been paid. Grace, however, must be absolutely free and without any price at all on man’s part ; while on God’s part the price He paid was infinite. Thus for man to think that his works can play any part in either earning or keeping his salvation is what cheapens grace, devaluing this infinite gift to the level of human effort.

Lost Your Salvation? Is it Possible? (1)

Losing Your Salvation

Lost Your Salvaiton? Is it Possible? Understanding Hebrews 6

Hebrews 6 has caused much confusion among believers throughout the whole of church history, resulting in several interpretations that don’t seem to answer the pressing questions many precious children of God ask to this very day – that with regards to losing your salvation.

  1. The most common interpretation is the very strong assertion that believers can lose their salvation, generally referred to as apostasy.
  2. Some say it deals with persons who were “almost saved” but then turned their backs on Christ.
  3. others believe it describes a sin only possible among Jews living while the temple was still standing
  4. And yet others present it as a “hypothetical case” or illustration that could not really happen.

Hebrews was not written to prove that believers can lose their salvation but to encourage them to remain faithful to their Lord in even the most dire of circumstances, with the intent of gaining the rewards that Christ has in stall for them if they remain faithful. To get a more intimate awareness of the heart of the book, we need to briefly look at the purpose it was written for.


Lordship Salvation – Putting the Cart Before the Horse


The problem is that Lordship Salvation confuses the ROOT of a believer’s faith, i.e., faith in Christ (Romans 4:5), with the FRUIT of that faith, i.e., good works (James 2:18). The ROOT should bring forth the FRUIT; but the FRUIT cannot come before the ROOT. DO you understand the difference? Lordship Salvationists are demanding the FRUIT as a prerequisite to salvation. They are putting the cart before the horse.

“But he denied, saying, I know not, neither understand I what thou sayest. And he went out into the porch; and the cock crew… But he began to curse and to swear, saying, I know not this man of whom ye speak.” -Mark 14:68,71

The above passage of Scripture is speaking about the Apostle Peter. Peter sinned by denying Jesus. Yet, Peter was a born-again believer. King David was a Christian; yet he conspired to have a man killed, to cover up an unwanted pregnancy, from an adulterous affair with that man’s wife. Abraham and Sara doubted God. Moses was a murderer. Samson went with a harlot. Jacob was a thief. Jonah ran from God. Noah got drunk. Isaiah was a man of unclean lips. These were God’s best and brightest.

Lot was a worldly believer. Yet, 2nd Peter 2:7 calls Lot a “just” man. The Lordship Salvation crowd would have considered all of these men unsaved. Yet, we see they were saved.

This subject needs to [be] preached about on a regular basis, because the damnable heresy of LORDSHIP SALVATION has infiltrated our churches, and is leading multitudes into Hell.

An Open Letter to All Christians – Are You Ready?


by a DTW researcher

I recently listened to a testimony by a singer/performer who got saved.

He had been a boozing druggie until his salvation. When he got saved, his change was instant and dramatic, so much so that all his friends were in shock. They whispered behind his back that the drugs and booze had made him “flip out.”

The booze and drugs have affected him so much that he is even speaking about Jesus” they said.

Some of his friends even wanted to get him to a doctor to help him recover from whatever it was that made him so radically different. They simply could not believe that what had happened to him was the real deal, and that he in fact was the one who was rational and sane. The reaction from his close associates and friends are amusing to us this side of the fence because we “know” something that can only be known deep within our spirit. We can fully understand their misreading of his condition from reprobate to redeemed.

Another Gospel – Another Jesus

Another Gospel
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are cautioned to use discernment at all times and test everything by the Word of God.

Another Gospel

By Anton Bosch  [Note: Permission received to publish this article in full.]

In Paul’s letters to both the Corinthians and the Galatians, he warns about the potential of “another gospel” (2 Corinthians 11:4, Galatians 1:6). From the context of both these passages it is clear that this other gospel is very similar to the real gospel and could easily be confused with the real thing. However, Paul says that anyone who preaches any other gospel is to be accursed. This he says twice to make sure we understand that that is exactly what he meant (Galatians 1:8,9). It is therefore important that we are sure we are preaching and believing the right gospel and that we are able to differentiate between the true and the counterfeit.

One of the aspects of the true Gospel that is absent from many modern versions is the matter of repentance. Yes, many will emphasize believing and the fact that salvation is by faith, but will never speak of the need for repentance. Repentance was an essential part of the first exposition of the Gospel by Peter on the day of Pentecost (Acts 2:38). It was also at the heart of Paul’s message, both to Jews and Gentiles: “I was not disobedient to the heavenly vision, but declared first to those in Damascus and in Jerusalem, and throughout all the region of Judea, and then to the Gentiles, that they should repent, turn to God, and do works befitting repentance” (Acts 26:19-20).

Love Casts Out All Hell

Love casts out all hell

Love Casts Out All Hell

It’s amazing that preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ which is about REPENTANCE OF SIN and all about SAVING SOULS can irritate the living daylights out of people.

I mean, let’s think about this logically.  If you don’t believe in hell then nothing anyone could say could upset you. If you wholeheartedly believe that God would never punish you!  Then do not comment on this article!

New Age Emergent church, Word of Faith, New Apostolic Reformers have this saying at the moment that “love casts out all fear”.  The “law/rule of love” casts out anything bad in your life; this includes half of the Bible, especially the scriptures, that if one does not repent of their sin they will perish.

It’s like being told by someone that in your next life you will be reincarnated into a cup of coffee doomed to forever be boiled, stirred and slurped.  Of course you would say; “That’s a load of rubbish!” (I hope), and not let it bother you one bit because it’s just that, rubbish.