Friday, August 20, 2010

Must listen to this Brannon Howse broadcast. Glenn Beck is finally starting to really push his mormanism agenda

Christian, please do not be fooled  -- Glenn Beck is  A  morman.  the moreman jesus is "another jesus , another gospel"  Mormanism is a cult.                     
If you click on the link below  scroll down at the bottom of the page you MUST HERE the mps Podcast.
CLICK HERE Brannon Howse Worldview Weekend Broadcast

Brannon's guest is former Mormon theologian, Ed Decker. Ed was a Mormon for thirty years. Topic One: Please remember Brannon started the website to support Glenn when the radicals wanted his advertisers to stop advertising in his program. With that said, Brannon believes Glenn has now moved into an area where we must draw a clear line theologically and doctrinally. While Christians can join Glenn in opposing tyranny, socialism, cultural Marxism, and the like, Christians should not buy into Glenn's pluralism, pushing event on August 27th at the Kennedy Center. Glenn's website describes the event as "Glenn Beck's Divine Destiny" and states that the event will include "uplifting music, nationally-known religious figures from all faith will unite…" Glenn's website also promotes Glenn's "Daily Spiritual Thought" and "join Glenn Beck live each weekday morning at 7:05a ET for prayer." Why must we respectfully and lovingly tell Glenn we cannot agree with him nor find common ground in the area of Biblical doctrine and theology? Topic Two: Is Glenn now using his TV program to push his Mormon faith? Glenn has the right to push his Mormon faith on TV but Glenn needs to be upfront about it. On his program on August 18th, Glenn brought up the topic of the Bat Creek stone found in a Native American burial mound in Tennessee in 1889. While proclaimed by many experts as a fraud, some believe the stone contains a Paleo-Hebrew inscription. The program was rather strange and many bloggers and supporters of Glenn found the program strange. However, one self-described Mormon commenting on a blog site stated that as a Mormon this was interesting and would be of interest to Glenn Beck since he is a Mormon. The Mormon Church teaches that Native American Indians are descendants of a lost tribe of Israel. Thus a stone found in a Native American Indian burial mound with a Hebrew inscription would be of interest to Glenn and other Mormons but Glenn should be transparent with his audience and explain why this is of interest to him. Topic Three: Why will you not find a cross on the top of or inside of a Mormon Church? Why do Mormons use water and not red wine or red juice when observing the Lord's Supper? Why do Mormons say the cross and blood of Jesus Christ is foolishness? Topic Four: The point of today's program is that Christians need to be wise and not fall into the trap of compromising on the Gospel of Jesus Christ in an effort to be politically correct, tolerant and find religious unity with anti-Biblical beliefs and religions. We appreciate the strong and courageous stands that Glenn has taken but Christians understand that Glenn is now, by his own choice, promoting something that is not compatible with Biblical Christian doctrines. We can be co-belligerents on many moral issues with non-Christians but we cannot find common ground theologically and doctrinally. Christians must understand that the Jesus of the cults is not the Jesus of the Bible. Topic Five: We take your calls. Topic Six: Here is an e-mail Brannon received today: I am an ex-Mormon who is fifth generation and my father was raised on the Joseph Smith farm in New York. I hope someone has alerted you of the Glenn Beck program aired 8/18/10. He presented the Mormon philosophy, though not calling it that, of the American Indian possibly being from the Middle East, possibly the Jewish lost tribe! He used Mormon authors, scientists and teachers to make his point. Claiming history has been rewritten! His agenda is finally out in the open. How many people are aware of what he is doing? Please follow up on your program with this information

Thursday, August 19, 2010

R.F.I.D. Tin foil hat material - I THINK NOT!!

For the life of me I cannot comprehend how even today, you mention about verichip, RFID and the coming govermental misuse and abuse of such technology and the FACT we ARE moving into a big brother 1984 style society-- I will continually get accused of needing "tin foil" when the subject is brought up. Really tin foil? Have you not noticed the network of cameras going up EVERYWHERE all over AMERICA, you know the supposed Land of the Free. Give me a break. YOU can deny the fact our government plans to chip humans to track their every movement, and the technology now exists that they can read complex thoughts.

Dont think so, hear it from the justice Roberts confirmation that took place in 2005. Maybe Justice Roberts should tell Joe Biden to put on his tin foil hat

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

We Crown You Lord of All

All hail the power of Jesus' name

the wonders of His grace, our Savior
All bow before the King of Love
our treasure and our God, Redeemer
There is none more holy, great and mighty
No one like our God,,,,,,,,,,

.....We crown You Lord of All

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

The Message by Eugene Peterson - makes good fire tinder - and thats about it

Psalm 12:6 The words of the LORD are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times.

Pure words unless you read from such perversions of the Bible such as Eugene Petersons THE MESSAGE
This abomination being sold in "christian" bookstores belongs in the garbage.
With today's epidemic of Bible per-versions spreading like a runaway virus, nothing should shock us . . . but buckle up! If you have any spiritual pulse, Eugene Peterson's The Message will shock you. The Message promotes the mystical New Age message with a boldness never seen in a mainstream Bible. The Message has sold over 10 million copies and has continually ranked among the top five best-selling Bibles. The Message website ( displays endorsements from such prominent Christians as Billy Graham, Chuck Swindoll, Christianity Today, Dan Quayle, Bill Hybels, Gordon Fee, J.I. Packer, Jack Hayford, Jerry Jenkins, Jerry Savelle, John Maxwell, Max Lucado, Richard Foster, Rick Warren, Rod Parsley, Tony Campolo and Warren Wiersbe, among many others.

This article will barely scratch the surface of the mystic New Age religion filling The Message. And this article only examines the New Age mysticism in The Message, we do not examine the treason against the Deity of Jesus Christ, salvation and scores of other fundamental doctrines. Note: We'll refer to the King James Bible as KJB, the New Age Movement as NAM, and The Message Bible as The Mess.
click here: The Message: A Mystic (New Age) Mess!

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Monday, August 9, 2010

Julia Roberts converts to Hinduism after filming ‘Eat, Pray, Love’

Julia Roberts played the leading role in the summer release New Age movie, Eat, Pray, Love. Now, this in – Julia Roberts converts to Hinduism after filming the movie. What is so troubling is that thousands, if not millions, of viewers of the movie could be potentially drawn toward Hinduism, especially after learning that Roberts herself has converted

How tragic.

August 7, 2010 -- News comes today that when Julia Roberts was shooting the film 'Eat, Pray, Love' she reportedly made a big decision: To convert to Hinduism.

The 'Pretty Woman' actress is the daughter of a Baptist and a Catholic, says Jam Movies, who claims that while filming in India Roberts took a spiritual pilgrimage much like that of 'Eat Pray Love' author Elizabeth Gilbert.
Out of that experience, the movie star learned about yoga, meditation and reincarnation -- something in which Julia Roberts is said to now hold as her own belief.
Roberts told Elle magazine:
'I'm definitely a practicing Hindu.'
Off the set, Julia and her family chant and celebrate life -- a peaceful existence for the new believer in Hinduism who stars in 'Eat, Pray, Love'.

Sunday, August 8, 2010

How to find a good church home

It's not the label on a church that makes it what it is, but the teachings and the people following Christ. Mormons say we have the name of Christ on our Church, therefore we are his Church. Anyone can put a name on the outside, and most do use the name of Christ but it’s what is on the inside that counts. A certain denomination or non denomination may often mean it has a good reputation but it is no guarantee for Biblical accuracy. Do they have the life of Christ- is His Holy Spirit indwelling the people and the congregation, is the Bible believed and being taught and practiced. We do not just look for a church that teaches the Bible but a church that teaches the Bible correctly, the whole counsel of God and having the goal to live by it.

A church is composed of numerous elements. Without putting things in order of importance, the people are the church, not the building. When looking for a church to make it your home there are certain elements necessary for it to be healthy and of God. The foremost is that they uphold the bible as their authority, being the word of God. Do they teach through the Bible, not using certain doctrines but teach the whole counsel of God. Is the church operating from Scripture as best as possible and are they feeding the sheep for growth in their spiritual lives to make them mature. Are they pursuing God's kingdom and His will for their lives as individuals and as a Church? Are they Christ centered and preaching the gospel of grace through faith alone for salvation. Are they mission-minded. Is the Church centered on the needs of its people, not neglecting its own, especially those out on the mission-field. Are sheep producing sheep which will turn into growth for the Church, or are they relying only on the leaders to do the work of the ministry. Some Churches turn over much of the ministry into the hands of the layman even if they are new to the faith. This saves them time in taking care of all the problems that arise, as well as money to pay for more ministers. The Bible teaches us not to do this, that one must be mature in the teachings of Christ as well as having maturity as persons, we are not to let a novice teach. There needs to be a balance in this philosophy of ministry. While many are attracted to opportunities to being in ministry in the long run if a church is this open it causes problems. The leaders are to be proven men of the faith adhering to the Biblical requirements.

Is there prayer for the needs of people and open for anyone to join in. Do they accept you for who you are without conditions and are willing to help you mature in Christ. Is giving freely encouraged or is there coercion on tithing and raising money. Are there open record where the money goes.

Is the gospel proclaimed regularly from the pulpit and people encouraged to share the gospel outside the assembly. Are they teaching the essentials of the faith to the new believers and right doctrine and practice for the mature to find their purpose in God (1 Tim.4:6, 13-16.) In finding a Christian church specific questions sometimes need to be answered. Such as do they accept the Bible as inerrant and infallible, that it has been preserved throughout history. Do they believe Jesus is the Son of God and what do they mean by this (almost all cults will agree with this on the outset). Is Christ fully God and fully man, did He raise from the dead bodily. Do they teach and uphold doctrine especially on the nature of Christ being God in the flesh and God being Tri-une in nature.

Do they have different weekly Bible studies one can attend so people can get to know one another and fellowship when they have time. Is there freedom in the church for people to exercise their spiritual gifts and talents to be used for each other and their community (1 Thess.5:19-20, 1 Cor.12-14). Are they looking for ministry opportunities as God moves in the lives of their individual members, are they encouraging people to pursue God's calling in their lives (1 Tim.1:9; Rom.8:28-30 Eph.2:10.)

Does the church encourage you or help you to discern and answer false religious systems (1 Jn.4:1). Do they teach how to witness to other religions, or do they feel that everyone can pursue God in any way they choose (Jude 3,1 Pt.3:15). Do they recognize the cults and are equipping people to know the differences between what is true and what is error and equipping them in apologetics to give them confidence in their witnessing to them.

Sometime one needs to ask for a history of where the church began and how. Who they are affiliated with.One may have to consult cult watch organizations for further information on their history and doctrines, it's always better to ask first before you leap. Do they belong to the National association of evangelicals or the world evangelical fellowship, are they accountable to others. Do they work with and enjoy fellowship with other churches and denominations that are sound? What books do they promote for their members to read. Wisdom is needed so one should pray for all wisdom and discernment in their decision (Phil.1:9), so that you don’t spend your time there and find out later what you should have known beforehand.

Choosing a Church may take time and sometimes caution may be necessary. A church is to be friendly but we can first be easily attracted to the warmth and friendliness of the people and later find they are theologically off. It’s best to ask for a statement of faith, a creed and history, as well as questions before joining. Some faith statements do not mean what they say so one needs to ask deeper questions if there is any doubts. Best to know beforehand than invest your time and find out later. (The Mormons articles of faith sound on the surface as evangelical but are deceptive). Do they have a public Statement of Faith? Beware when a church says their statement of faith is the Bible and that is all they have (such as the International churches of Christ). You can consult various books such as Elwell's Evangelical Dictionary of Theology, The Encyclopedia of American Religions by J. Gordon Melton or even the Dictionary of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements by Burgess, Magee, and Alexander for further research on certain groups and movements.

If you find a church that is actively pursuing these things then you have probably found a healthy environment for your spiritual growth in Jesus Christ- you have found a good church home. Every church has a different flavor and one can find two churches that may teach the same things but have a different philosophy in how they do ministry. This can sometimes be a personal preference for you as an individual. Some believe in gifts some do not, some have differences in eschatology. Some churches believe in using instruments in their worship others do not. Some sing the old hymns others sing new songs with different styles of music. Again this becomes all personal preference as we look to find a Church home. One must see if they are using worship and praise songs or entertainment to hype the people up to keep coming back. If there is room to grow and serve and the people love and genuinely care, that’s a good place to be. We need to be in a place that we can grow together in and be used of God, not just fellowship or have things to do.

Remember that the people are the church, not a certain denomination, group or church building. Those who hold to the core doctrines without aberrations are in the body of Christ and we should accept them and be in unity with them.

Saturday, August 7, 2010

Fabian Socialists Running Rampant In Congress

If you find this information shocking please help wake up your friends and family by forwarding this information to as many people as possible.  This is just the tip of the iceberg. It's much much worse than this short clip

Thursday, August 5, 2010

You Shall Be Like God!! The New Age Spirituality of Oprah and Friends

How are the lies Satan told to Eve in the Garden of Eden being proclaimed in today’s world by pop-culture icons outside the church and pastors inside the church? By way of pagan spirituality of Oprah Winfrey, Eckhart Tolle, Marianne Williamson, Shirley MacLaine and others is very similar,