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They Claim To Speak For God Part 1

'I Am NOT Ashamed of the Gospel of Christ!'

My Comment:  Put your discernment cap on and read this, its a great article, and we need to know how to tell the difference between these things that divide.

Bible Prophecy Blog By T. A. McMahon
The Berean Call

Again, sound doctrine is simply the teachings of the Word of God, which every believer is to read, heed, and obey. Yet, according to these teachers, since biblical doctrine stands in the way of the “new things God is doing,” it must be downgraded.

A very large part of Christendom in the United States is enamored with those who claim to speak for God. If you think that’s an overstatement, simply tune into some of the programing on Trinity Broadcasting Network or some of the other cable religious networks. What you will see are churches filled with thousands of Christians hanging on to every word of a man or a…

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North Carolina church vows to stop marriages until same-sex couples can wed

School To Perform Play That Parodies Bible With Gay Characters

Is Deception Calling? A review of Jesus Calling by Sarah Young

Steak and a Bible

Just the other day I posted that Christians should be wary of God “experiences.” Although there are many prominent promoters of practices that claim to be ways to hear directly from God (other than by reading the Bible), it is my fear that these are really paths toward self-deception or worse.

As a follow up I’d like to share my thoughts about a book whose author purports to have received messages from God (which she turned into a bestselling book).

A couple months ago I was given a devotional book called Jesus Calling, and although I never read devotionals I began to examine the book. What I found shocked me. The author, Sarah Young, claims to have received revelations from Jesus through dialogue journaling (something she learned from two “listeners” who wrote another book called God Calling. I’ll get to that in a minute). Her book is even…

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