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Pastor recruited to be government informant speaks out about FEMA plans

A month ago, the New York Times reported that many federal agencies that have nothing at all to do with law enforcement or public safety have federal agents posing as demonstrators, doctors, businesspeople, clergy, etc. to inform on people in various settings of American society. Additionally, it has also been reported that the government has… Continue reading Pastor recruited to be government informant speaks out about FEMA plans

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Caveat in the context: why confessing Christ doesn’t mean you have the Holy Spirit

A dangerous doctrine is being bandied about in religious circles that states if someone says “Jesus is Christ” or claims to believe in Jesus, we can assume they are Christian. 1 John 4: 1-3 is used for this assumption, which states Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God:… Continue reading Caveat in the context: why confessing Christ doesn’t mean you have the Holy Spirit

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Guilt trip: being unworthy to receive communion

I remember when I was growing up and being taught about the significance of having communion at church.  Once I was saved I understood that the unleavened bread symbolized the broken body of our sinless savior and the wine represented his blood.  Communion is our memorial of the Lord Jesus Christ dying for our sins which… Continue reading Guilt trip: being unworthy to receive communion