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  • 00:51

    Christian Doctrines: Can you prove what you practice and believe?

    in Christianity

    Traditional Christianity leaves a lot of missing pieces to the picture of salvation, real change, and achieving the status of Jesus Christ, which is required by the true Plan of God. Most plod through life, even as an alleged "Christian" and still feel empty, frustrated and not really connecting to what they long for in "spirituality."

    Christ warned of a false "Christianity" which would sound and look "Christian," and would be coming from people who purport to "be" Christian teachers, but would be deceiving many...

    Matt 7:22  "Many will say to Me in that day , 'Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in Your name, cast out demons in Your name, and done many wonders in Your name?'  23 And then I will declare to them, 'I never knew you; depart from Me, you who practice lawlessness!' NKJV

    Here's another warning...

    Matt 24:5 "For many shall come in my name, saying, I am Christ ; and shall deceive many."

    Most believe this is teaching that "many" would be coming trying to say they are "Christ," and by this, would deceive "many."  That is NOT what this is teaching.  You don't come in the "name" of Christ, and then pretend to "BE" Christ.  Look at it again with proper punctuation and true meaning...

    Matt 24:  "For many shall come in my name, saying I, (Jesus) am the Christ; and shall deceive many."

    Do you see the deception?  Christ is here warning that many would be coming in His name, saying that He was the true Christ, yet that this message they carried would deceive the many?  How can this be.  How can people "preaching" Christ be deceiving people with that message?

    If you do not understand the true plan of God as taught in the bible, you will NOT escape this deception!



  • 00:30

    Here There and Everywhere

    in Religion

    sounds of the war drum,, who wants war ? nothing matters but the Freedom in grace......

  • The Wealth and Health Builders Ministry Hour-Something to Talk About Series

    in Christianity

    Join us this Saturday morning for our discussion of the question, "If I died tomorrow what would they say?" This question is truily one that all Christians should give some thought to because we all know that the next conversation after you die will be with God. We need to be confident that our good works have over shadowed our failures. No wherre in the Bible does it say we as Christians should live a life to please man however as Christians our lives should be known as true servants to man and men through what God would have, had us to do. Let's talk about this.