Sep 252016
 

confession

When Jesus went to the cross He forgave us all our sins by nailing them to His cross and dying for them. As soon as you became a believer every sin of your life was washed away in His precious blood.

Confessing our sins will restore our submission to God, by admitting and agreeing with Him that what we did was sinful.  1 John 1:9 says if we confess our sins He is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness.

Our pastor (Dan) teaches us how to repent well, “Repent quickly and repent often.”

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Sep 182016
 

The worst identity theft has been the removal of God, the true source of human identity, from cultural consciousness.

A progressive professor of Harvard Law School declares: “The culture wars are over; they lost, we won….taking a hard line (“You lost, live with it”) is better than trying to accommodate the losers.”  There will be no accommodations or exceptions.

According to a recent study, 91% of adults agree that “the best way to find yourself is by looking within yourself” and 86% say that “to be fulfilled in life, you should pursue the things you desire the most.”

In these new conditions, liberated from God, people believe they can create their own identity—males who think they are female and females who believe they are males, or a 58-year old husband and father who now is sure he is a six-year-old girl. True human identity now depends on how we individually define ourselves sexually.

One of the major causes of identity loss is the massive fixation on pornography—even in the Church!

The gift of sex was given to deepen the bond between a husband and a wife. But the impact (and Satanic aim) of porn is ultimately to dissolve the self-giving nature of sex and empty people’s desire for intimacy in marriage. Ultimately this leads to an erosion and distortion of the glorious picture of the union between Christ and His bride, the church.

Click the blue headline link at top to read more about pornography’s destruction of God’s plan for the sexual bond in marriage.

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Sunday Post: THE SOCIAL (JUSTICE) GOSPEL

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Sep 112016
 

Social justice is based on the concepts of human rights and equality. The Bible supports social justice with regard to the plight of the poor and the afflicted, orphans and widows, and people unable to support themselves.

Jesus said, “For you have the poor with you always, and whenever you wish you may do them good; but Me you do not have always. Mark 14:7.  For you have the poor with you always, but Me you do not have always” Matthew 26:11. This does not mean we can disregard the plight of those in poverty, in need; Jesus was telling the disciples of the continuing reality of poverty in the world. We are commanded to help the needy (Deut. 15:11; Luke 12:33) yet we will not eradicate it by our own efforts.

Social gospel leaders are overwhelmingly postmillennialist, believing that Christ’s Second Coming cannot happen until humanity rids itself of social evils by human effort. In other words, by applying Christian ethics to social problems, we will ‘perfect’ our condition, bring love. peace, and justice to the world, and usher in Christ’s Kingdom – by our works. The Kingdom is then built by us.

Jesus came to change people’s hearts and point them to God’s kingdom, rather than attempt to change governments and institutions. Poverty of the soul, not knowing Jesus and trusting in Him for our salvation, is the greatest poverty of all.

Christians should take a God-centered approach to social justice, not a man-centered approach. We see Christ Jesus as our Savior. When He returns, He and only He will restore justice.

Click on the blue headline link at top for more about the Social Gospel.

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SUNDAY POST: Why Israel And The Church Are Separate

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Sep 042016
 
SUNDAY POST: Why Israel And The Church Are Separate

In Genesis 3:15, God first promised the Messiah after Adam and Eve’s fall into sin. He later confirmed that the Messiah would come from the line of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob (Genesis 12:1-3). There are several reasons why God set aside a group of people to call His own; the ultimate reason is Jesus Christ.

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Sunday Post: TRUE FREEDOM IN CHRIST

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Aug 282016
 
Sunday Post: TRUE FREEDOM IN CHRIST

Have you ever thought about the freedom we have because of our belief in our redemption by Jesus Christ? we are a new creation – 2 Cor. 5:17; Ephesians 4:22-24 we are no longer under judgment – John 3:18; John 5:24 we are saved by grace through faith – Romans 11:6; Ephesians 2:8-9 we will

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Fed Admits Another $4 Trillion In QE Will Be Needed To Offset An "Economic Shock"

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Aug 232016
 
Fed Admits Another $4 Trillion In QE Will Be Needed To Offset An "Economic Shock"

Zero Hedge: “In a Fed Staff working paper released over the weekend titled “Gauging the Ability of the FOMC to Respond to Future Recessions” and penned by deputy director of the division of research and statistics at the Fed, the author concludes that “simulations of the FRB/US model of a severe recession suggest that large-scale

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Sunday Post: GOD OF JACOB, GOD OF ISRAEL

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Aug 212016
 
Sunday Post: GOD OF JACOB, GOD OF ISRAEL

“The God of Jacob is our refuge.” Psalm 46:7 The first time we see God entering Jacob’s life was that memorable night at Bethel. A fugitive from his father’s house, fleeing from his brother’s wrath, with probably no thought of God in his mind at all, “When he reached a certain place, he stopped for

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