Monthly Archives: February 2011

Lack of unity is not the (main) problem; lack of separation is

God smiles on true biblical unity. He frowns on unbiblical compromise. The first statement is being shouted from the rooftops in our age but the second is muted or non -existent. In many church circles at least. Every born again … Continue reading

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A Prayer for the Unbelief-ers

There is an Australian blog dedicated to a passionate promotion of unbelief. They are called Unbelief.org. It is my privilege to occasionally be mockingly quoted by the writers on this blog. (Some of what I write probably should be mocked) As … Continue reading

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Rob Bell tells us that Jesus is wrong. Who are you going to believe?.

Rob Bell has been doing a merry dance around Universalism for a long time now; but he has finally come out of the closet. This promotion on Vimeo for his latest book of post-modern perverted presumption has clearly put him in the … Continue reading

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King James Onlyism

I don’t want to pick a fight with those who feel the King James Bible (Authorised Version) is the Bible that Jesus read. Ok, maybe I do. But don’t get me wrong here. The King James Bible (KJV)is one of … Continue reading

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The Vine, the branches… and dead sticks

John 15 : 5-6 “I am the Vine , you are the branches. He who abides in Me , and I in him, bears much fruit; for without Me you can do nothing. If anyone does not abide in Me, … Continue reading

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Rick Warren, Tony Blair, Interfaith and a prayer

Click on link for important information re: Mr Warrens latest push for a one world religion. via From the Lighthouse Blog. Father, There are men using the name of Jesus to promote a religion that You have no part of. Some of … Continue reading

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Almost Christians, preaching an almost gospel in almost churches.

You can attack a position by vehemently denying every aspect of it. You can also attack a position by misrepresenting it and pretending to support it while introducing subtle but integral changes. It’s quite possible to agree with every aspect … Continue reading

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