Monthly Archives: March 2016

On capturing weak women

“I’m seeing a tautological problem today. (And I’m totally gonna speak out against my own gender here.) The vast majority of women today prefer to read not the Bible, but to do “book studies”. The majority of book studies out there are so mixed with truth and lies that it’s like wading through a field with land mines to make it through alive. But without reading and knowing your Bible (which means it should be your primary reading material, not the latest best seller) you are not equipped to navigate the land mines and make it through unscathed. This helps explain why women who seek out these types of books continue to get farther and farther from what the Bible actually teaches and have no idea what is in their Bible, or how to study it.”

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Guilty by Association or Accessory to Heresy?

I am getting so tired of pastors and authors and those who claim to be born-again teachers of the flock continue to “go anywhere for the cause of the Gospel,” and then either affiliate with heretics or forget to actually … Continue reading

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What is the Gospel? It is the true Easter message

The Resurrection of Christ Now I would remind you, brothers, of the gospel I preached to you, which you received, in which you stand,  and by which you are being saved, if you hold fast to the word I preached … Continue reading

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Crisis managed?

“I need to know they are repentant before I will work with them,” says Hunter Frederick of his new client Tullian Tchividjian, who receives services from Frederick’s entertainment and faith-based crisis management and PR firm.

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Why do we want Greater Things than Scripture?

When we want “greater things” than the birth, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, we fall into the jaws of Satan-ordained wolves who promise that WE can have power and WE can be like God.

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Um, about that “jesus” Glenn Beck believes in…

Uh-oh, this report will perhaps open some eyes of those who say Glenn Beck may surely be an undercover Christian, or that he may at least be close to accepting the truth about his false religion from those evangelicals who … Continue reading

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Promises of Resurrections for $1,000 filling stadiums

The man’s real name is Yakim. and he is unable to release his prophetic words without promise of a financial gift. “I must know how much money you are asking God to release. So write me back, and email me immediately…I have to give you this prophecy.” 


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Always on: new Hillsong Heresy Channel

So it’s come to this: Hillsong Church is teaming up with Trinity Broadcasting Network to launch a new 24-hour TV network this June. All its heretical conferences, teachings, movies, kiddie programs and whatever else they’re churning out (see resource links … Continue reading

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If it’s gossip, let it go.

We all know what gossip sounds like when we hear it, and as wise women of God we should know how to shut it down it with a simple, “did you bring these matters to her privately?” But I am … Continue reading

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Greg Laurie and the SBC: “Surely Becoming Charismatic”

What in the world is going on with Greg Laurie? For this article you will need to remember our recent reports, Azusa Now, Catholics and…Greg Laurie? and, “Together 2016”: Denominations link arms with Chrislebrities to erase doctrinal divisions, and, Calvary … Continue reading

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