Sunday’s Sermon Series – CORRUPT TEACHERS

With the false teachings and widespread corruption being spewed from many pulpitis and elected government officials I thought this an appropriate sermon for today.  2 PETER 2:17-22 (AMP and RVR 1960)   SERMON: Empty Words & False Liberty A sermon from Dr. R.C. Sproul   APPLICATION: The following (Bold Print) is taken from Tim Challies’ “The Five Tests ofContinue reading “Sunday’s Sermon Series – CORRUPT TEACHERS”

Examining the “10 needs we must understand and live after choosing to serve the Lord” Part 5

One of my posts on 28 April, was entitled COVID-19 Is a Slow-Motion 9/11 in it Pastor Sam Rohrer of the American Pastors Network set forth 10 definitive needs every “Christian” must understand and live by after choosing to serve the Lord. I thought I would look at each one individually over the next two weeks.Continue reading “Examining the “10 needs we must understand and live after choosing to serve the Lord” Part 5″

The Babblings and Contradictions of False Knowledge

BY HENRY M. MORRIS III, D.MIN. *  | THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2019 O Timothy! Guard what was committed to your trust, avoiding the profane and idle babblings and contradictions of what is falsely called knowledge—by professing it some have strayed concerning the faith. (1 Timothy 6:20-21) There are many warnings in Scripture of the power that deception can have.Continue reading “The Babblings and Contradictions of False Knowledge”

7 Traits of False Teachers

OCTOBER 10, 2019 BY STEVE REBUS Amen…Such an important teaching today as we see and hear more and more false teachers being welcomed into the churches. Original Posting: Colin Smith: “There were also false prophets among the people, just as there will be false teachers among you.” (2 Peter 2:1) There are no “ifs, ands, or buts” inContinue reading “7 Traits of False Teachers”

Did God Forbid Us to Critique or Criticize Church Leaders?

Another in the Frequently Abused Verses Series In the lead-up to the Truth Matters conference in October, we will be focusing our attention on the sufficiency, authority, and clarity of Scripture. Of our previous blog series, none better embodies that emphasis than Frequently Abused Verses. The following entry from that series originally appeared on April 10, 2017..Continue reading “Did God Forbid Us to Critique or Criticize Church Leaders?”