Thursday, September 24, 2009

One of the Most Powerful Sermons I Feel Every Christian Should Watch

Its so hard to pick out a single favorite sermon of Pastor Billy-- I have yet to find one that bored me or failed to inspire. However this one, I have been waiting patiently to get posted. This one did blow me away---and as always Pastor Billy puts his heart and soul into his sermons---if ever a man actually lived and believes what he preaches--clearly a man of God used greatly by the Holy Spirit.

"I will tell you as a born again Christian there is one more thing more important than being an American----is being a Christian---and if my goverment begins to follow Satan---I CANNOT FOLLOW!"


Wednesday, September 23, 2009

How the New Age Movement Has Infiltrated The American Church

Church leaders have compromised and have allowed the wolf in sheeps clothing in the back door.  If your church practices any of these things---its time to get out now.  This is just a pittance of what is happening. I have the full 3hour video if anyone wants a copy.       Just email me

Numerous topics are discussed in the full 3 hour dvd- Postmodernism, Yoga, Labyrinth, mediation, Hegels Dialectic process, Liberalism, inter-spirituality, New age and the Occult. Addresses the people involved, what they are teaching and how they convince others to accept this "new" hybrid Christianity they are introducing.
There is much useful and current information that we need to know to counter these teachings and practices that affect the church.

Thursday, September 17, 2009

It's Time For Christians To Get Off the World's Hamster Wheel.

Hey did you know according to Rick Warren , " It helps to know that Satan is entirely predictable" **  He is??? Show me where in the Bible it says that?  In fact, the bible clearly states that  we should----"Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour:"  1Peter 5:8      Sounds like Rick Warren needs to get out of the Message  and start reading a REAL bible! 

So, Christian,  how much of your time has the devil  "devoured" from God? 
Sobering message to those who no longer put God first in their life and dont even realize it.

**Purpose Driven Life p. 203

Monday, September 14, 2009

History In The Making--Even Though State Controlled Media Tries to Hide It

First a call for America to repent and turn back to God!

Our bus, which arrived from Atco, NJ  just as the march was beginning.

Mark and I passed out between 800-900 NFBC's The Final Countdown: One World Economy, One World Government and audio of the Final Countdown on Radio was not nearly enough. It was too overwhelming for words

This picture says it all --it breaks my heart because she is right.
WE WERE THERE! Can you see us??haha

Thursday, September 10, 2009

The New Standing Firm Movie Trailer

Why Compromise Costs In The Long Run. --Jim Fletcher

Note by Roxanne:   If  Christians would start concentrating on discernment and stop focusing on the 'lastest and greatest craze" in so called "Christianity"  it would become abundantly clear that this is a MASSIVE deception --each wolf with their own piece of the deception puzzle and if you are using your discernment---its so easy to see this puzzle coming together---THIS SHOULD TAKE YOUR BREATH AWAY!!--but for the most part, as predicted in the Bible---the majority calling themselves "christian" would fall away from the faith giving heed to doctrines of devils.  It makes me very sad.

With attendance down significantly at the Christian Booksellers' Association trade show last week, I want to examine some reasons for the decline in Christian retail – without focusing on the much bemoaned economy.
Discussing the real reasons for that decline, however, can't be done in polite company.

(Guess Most Christians Don't Realize about that RAT Poison They Put in the Soup of this Series!)

The production and sale of Christian books assumes that the publishers, trade organizations and sales channels pull in the same direction philosophically. That would mean, of course, that fundamentally, a person working in the Christian book industry would embrace the teachings of the Bible. The Christian Booksellers Association operated on this philosophy for many years.

In the 1990s, however, there was a shift in philosophy. Publishers, stores and distributors began to realize the vast potential for making money. As time went on, to appeal to the broadest possible audience, works began to creep in that were decidedly not aligned with the Bible.

I remember years ago walking onto the floor of a CBA convention and seeing Health Communications' booth. They were rolling out the first of the wildly successful "Chicken Soup" books. In the first volume, I remember reading an essay that discussed the "Golden Buddha" inside us.
I don't have a Golden Buddha inside me, and neither do orthodox Christians.

So I wrote to a CBA representative, saying basically, "Hey, you'll never guess who I saw at CBA. You are probably not aware of this."
They were aware of it. The representative sent me a letter, then his lawyer sent me a letter. Both explained they had to allow Health Communications to display.

In the intervening years, I have become aware that these venues will allow almost anyone in, so long as they have hot books that sell. As big-box retailers continue to squeeze, python-like, smaller independent and Christian chain stores, those smaller outlets in many cases will stock the same product everyone else stocks. They compromise to survive financially

That's why you see "The Shack" in virtually every Christian store, even though many ministries and individuals have objections to author Paul Young's worldview. I won't detail those issues – today – but under this open-tent policy, elements that reject historical Christianity have not only infiltrated communities like CBA, but have in fact become mainstream.

It is becoming increasingly apparent that no one in CBA "vets" authors. Everyone is allowed in. This has broad ramifications for the industry, chiefly death to the industry as it was originally intended. It will continue to exist, but in a more secular form, as more and more New York publishers gobble up once-orthodox publishers and turn them into, well, HarperOne.

I care little that many will think I'm crazy or meanspirited. The fact is, when the purity of the message is compromised, death is the end result.
Many publishers who used to hold to orthodoxy now embrace other philosophies. Baker Publishing Group, for example, formerly the publisher for Christian giants like Henry Morris, has now inked a formal contract with many authors of the theologically questionable Emergent community.

Authors like Brian McLaren, Jim Wallis and Tony Campolo have voiced their displeasure over several issues, ranging from Israeli communities in the biblical heartland and how Christians interpret that reality in light of Bible prophecy to the intransigence of Bible-believing Christians who aren't getting with their New Age program.

These authors, however, are embraced by the CBA.
In the recent issue of "Retailer," the CBA trade magazine, Chairman Bill Anderson penned a column exhorting industry players to hold fast to the truth of the faith.
This is lip-service.

I suspect many of my CBA friends, in a smoky, darkened room, would whisper their agreement with some of my conclusions. But no one in authority says it out loud.
When you allow unorthodox authors and publishing philosophies into the Christian book industry, you are asking for cosmic trouble.

 Books by McLaren, Wallis and others have opened up attack lines on Israel and her Christian supporters – Bible prophecy enthusiasts and Christian Zionists. They also have disdain for that other "fundamentalist" community, young-earth creationists.

Momentum is building for voices like Rob Bell's, whose "Velvet Elvis" appeals to younger audiences, even as it distances its author from traditional views of the Bible. A common theme among the new breed of author is a hardening attitude toward predictive prophecy and its alleged offenders, such as Hal Lindsey. And again, creationists are particularly odious.

Quite ironically, one of the most successful publishers in CBA – New Leaf Publishing Group – embraces orthodoxy, and richly. Is it any wonder they are profitable, operating in the black and experiencing actual growth?

When he purchased Master Books (a highly successful imprint of New Leaf Publishing Group) in early 1996, NLPG President Tim Dudley knew that the imprint was teetering on the edge of bankruptcy. His leadership not only brought the creation publisher back from the abyss, but caused it to thrive. This proves that conservative apologetics still resonate in a big way with the American public, even if mainstream publishing and a leftwing agenda oppose that same public.

Laura Welch, editor-in-chief of Master Books, explains why Master Books is thriving, despite its defiance of the Christian publishing industry's insistence on accepting the politically correct:

"As our culture becomes increasingly hostile to Christian principles and values, we have seen a tremendous increase in interest for resources focused to apologetics," she says. "The ability to defend our faith is a vital tool for ensuring that individually and collectively as a body of believers we can articulate the relevance and power of Christ's message of hope and grace in a culture that, at best, simply scorns this view and, at worst, actively seeks to silence it."

Welch also recognizes the key to surviving:
"By providing relevant apologetics materials that resonate with our customer base, Master Books is continuing to find consistent sales success even in this difficult economic period," she claims. "We remain the dominant leader in our well-defined niche, and continue to take steps to insure we make sound financial decisions while maintaining the quality for which we are known."

At the same time creationist books are booming, those same forces mentioned earlier are in the opposition.

When authors like McLaren, Christopher Hitchens ("god is not Great"), Mark Noll ("The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind") and John Shelby Spong ("Rescuing the Bible From Fundamentalism") pen nasty critiques of young-earth creationist views, they often find themselves promoted by major news magazines, newspapers, television and radio programs, and, sadly, Christian media such as Christianity Today.

As I've said before, sales channels like WND are booming precisely because there is a still-huge conservative Christian audience out there disgusted with the compromise in other circles. As the light is switched off in some rooms, it is burning brighter and brighter in others.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009


     When I first began writing in the field in the late 70s and early 80s the term "Spiritual Formation" was hardly known, except for highly specialized references in relation to the Catholic orders. Today it is a rare person who has not heard the term. Seminary courses in Spiritual Formation proliferate like baby rabbits. Huge numbers are seeking to become certified as Spiritual Directors to answer the cry of multiplied thousands for spiritual direction. - Richard Foster 1

A move away from the truth of God's Word to a mystical form of Christianity has infiltrated, to some degree, nearly all evangelical denominations. Few Bible teachers saw this avalanche coming. Now that it is underway, most do not realize it has even happened.

The best way to understand this process is to recall what happened during the Dark Ages when the Bible became the forbidden book. Until the reformers translated the Bible into the language of the common people, the great masses were in darkness. When the light of God's Word became available, the Gospel was once again understood.

I believe history is repeating itself. As the Word of God becomes less and less important, the rise in mystical experiences escalates, and these experiences are presented to convince the unsuspecting that Christianity is about feeling, touching, smelling, and seeing God. The postmodern mindset is the perfect environment for fostering spiritual formation. This term suggests there are various ways and means to get closer to God and to emulate Him. Thus the idea that if you do certain practices, you can be more like Jesus. Proponents of spiritual formation erroneously teach that anyone can practice these mystical rituals and find God within. Having a relationship with Jesus Christ is not a prerequisite. In a DVD called Be Still, which promotes contemplative prayer, Richard Foster says that contemplative prayer is for anyone and that by practicing it, one becomes "a portable sanctuary" for "the presence of God." 2

Rather than having the indwelling of Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit, spiritual formation through the spiritual disciplines supposedly transforms the seeker by his or her entering an altered realm of consciousness.

The spiritual formation movement is widely promoted at colleges and seminaries as the latest and the greatest way to become a spiritual leader. It teaches people that this is how they can become more intimate with God and truly hear His voice. Even Christian leaders with long-standing reputations of teaching God's Word seem to be succumbing. In so doing, many Christian leaders are frivolously playing with fire, and the result will be thousands, probably millions, getting burned.

It isn't going into the silence that transforms a person's life. It is in accepting Jesus Christ as Lord and allowing Him to change us that transformation occurs.
And you, that were sometime alienated and enemies in your mind by wicked works, yet now hath he reconciled in the body of his flesh through death, to present you holy and unblameable and unreproveable in his sight: If ye continue in the faith grounded and settled, and be not moved away from the hope of the gospel (Colossians 1:21-23).
We are reconciled to God only through Christ's death (the atonement for sin), and we are presented "holy and unblamable and unreproveable" when we belong to Him through rebirth. It has nothing to do with works, rituals, or mystical experiences. It is Christ's life in the converted believer that transforms him.

1. Richard Foster, "Spiritual Formation: A Pastoral Letter" (January 18, 2004,

2. Richard Foster, Be Still DVD (Fox Home Entertainment, 2006), section titled "Contemplative Prayer."

Sunday, September 6, 2009

The Message Bible---A Satanic Mess

If it weren't for the fact that I know what I know---I have no qualms and make NO apologies for calling The Message by Eugene Peterson for what it is:  A satanic new age bible  And of course if you have never checked out this link Click Here For The Message; A Mystic Mess I highly recommend you do the research like any good Berean.  Hopefully you don't have a Message per-version--but for the sake of checking out what I am saying has this online so you can look up the verses that are listed in the Mystic Mess for yourself.   It is appalling to me that so many big name "celebrity" "christian" "leaders" and so called "christian musicians" promote this disgusting new age heresy.   Here is a video exposing Eugene Petersons purposely inserting a satanic and occultic phrase right in the middle of the Lord's prayer.  This video is just the tip of the iceberg.

Thursday, September 3, 2009

CNN Commercials Promoting the New Age Movements False Christ

Since the church at large predominately is asleep as to the schemes of the devil and his  the New Age Movement  promoting their  false christ.  I thought I would share some of the commericals being promoted on  TV on channels such a CNN and the History Channel.

Share International isnt some small potatoes obscure movement.  Founded by Lucis Trust--formerly Lucifer Trust---embrace the new age teachings of Benjamin Creme who just; like those churches promoting contemplative prayer---except Benny calls it 'channeling' Share International is a Non Govermental Orgainization working in tandem with the United Nations.  These people are deadly serious in instituting a one world religion and one world government (ever heard of the new world order--hello?) under a one world leader---wonder who that one world leader is gonna be---can anyone say antichrist?    And guess who the antichrist despises on the entire planet----Christians--them awful people who have the audacity to claim that Jesus Christ is the only way.   Them narrow minded bigots----Jesus said narrow is the road leading to life and  few would be who find it.    Not my rules---God created everything---I'd say He has the right  to be my Boss.   okay so i rabbit trailed a bit--back to Share International....

Share International foundation lies within the teachings of the matriarchs of the new age  Helena Blavatsky and Alice Bailey, lets not forget new age advocates like Barbara Marx Hubbard, Helen Schuchman, Neale Donald Walsh, Marilyn Ferguson. who wrote books "channeled" to them by their so called spirit guides (doctrines of demons --sound familiar?(1 Tim 4:1)  The popular book  called The Shack  followed by undiscerning christians ---its original title was supposed to be  "Conversations with God" but that title was already taken by Neale Donald Walsh. The Shack is another book  channeled to a man who "hears from  God" no thanks to contemplative  prayer practices.  

 Books such as A Course In Miracles, which turns the bible upsidedown--and is taught by people like Oprah Winfrey and Robert Schuller. Let  me give you a few "teachings" from the book supposedly that is 'new revelation' from a spirit who had claimed to be "Jesus"  (what part of  "believe not every spirit....test the spirits to see if it is of God---didnt they understand clearly in the bible??)  Anyway---you tell me if these arent doctrines of  devils;
--There is no sin. . . “

--A “slain Christ has no meaning.”
--The journey to the cross should be the last ‘useless journey.’”
--Do not make the pathetic error of ‘clinging to the old rugged cross.’”
--The Name of Jesus Christ as such is but a symbol. . . . It is a symbol that is safely used as a replacement --for the many names of all the gods to which you pray.”
-God is in everything I see.”
--The recognition of God is the recognition of yourself.”
--The oneness of the Creator and the creation is your wholeness, your sanity and your limitless power.”
--The Atonement is the final lesson he [man] need learn, for it teaches him that, never having sinned, he has no need of salvation.

By comparing scripture with the claims of A Course In Miracles, one can see immediately that this curriculum must be avoided if one is truly a born-again Bible-believing Christian. This teaching is a “doctrine of demons”, a doctrine that came directly from a demon who Dr. Schucman called “Jesus”.

    Other books such as The Aquarian Conspiracy, Conversations With God-------these are all new age poison that makes a mockery of the Jesus of the Bible and is being embraced by MILLIONS OF PEOPLE-----and its false evangelical leaders pushing biblical christianity into a purpose driven Emerging Church and their  big  "paradigm shift"  into the  'christ conciousness" The same old devil using the same lie--"that ye shall be as gods'  If you're not into  their new age 'oneness' your into separation. All the religions of the world are going to merge into one big disfunctional 'family' everyone of course except true biblical christianity.    Its not just coming --its all but practically already here.

  The bible warns that even the  very "elect" would be deceived. Its time to stop living for this world and start living for Jesus!  Our government is becoming more satanic  by the day---biblical christianity is in grave danger---the line in the  sand is being drawn by God himself----which side  of the line are going to find yourself.  Intense persecution of Christians --the likes of which only happened in other countries--is coming to America.   American churches are asleep at the wheel thanks to pastors who would not call these false teachers to the carpet!!  Its time for the church to wake up, and get back to keeping watch- in fact the Bible COMMANDS IT!

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Until the Body of Christ Wakes Up or We Get Called Home....I'll keep contending for the faith

Is anybody starting to "get it" yet. These are hireling pastors that DO NOT HATE EVIL!!! Rick Warren is a hireling, amongst a long list of his brethren.