Friday, March 23, 2007

The Apostate Church

And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues.
(Revelation 18:4)

The Spirit speaks expressly that Christians are not to be "unequally yoked with unbelievers" for "what communion hath light with darkness"?

Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness? (2 Corinthians 6:14)

It's critically important for the true born-again believer in Christ to be separated unto Him! Unfortunately the modern day cults which are comprised of seeker-sensitive, church growth, emergent apostates consistently elevate "community" above the throne of the Most High! This reprehensible activity is an affront the the Almighty Creator and Judge of the Universe and is also a grave disservice to the deceived masses who will follow this twisted theology straight to hell.

I pray you'll take a moment to read a blistering expose of the sharp distinctions between the historic Christian faith as found in the Holy Bible and the false man-centered gospel of today's self-styled blind leaders of the blind.

What are these man-centered false prophets teaching? In a nutshell:

(1) Absolute unity is more important than absolute truth.

(2) Feelings and fellowship are more important than faith and facts.

(3) "Love" is measured not by one's loyalty to Christ and obedience to His Word but by one's loyalty to the group and conformity to the consensus.

This system of "group-think" subverts the conscience of each individual and forces them, through dialog and compromise, to accept the unacceptable for the "common good". They call it the "Will of God". Historians call it the Hegelian Dialectic. I call it socialism.

The modus operandi of today's Apostate church consists of members and prospective members surrendering their personal convictions and absolutes to the consensus process and compromising those values when necessary to win the support and approval of the group. (Peer pressure) The real damage to the church occurs when believers learn that it is "Christ-like" to accommodate, honor and accept those who reject the Word of God which results in human relationships taking precedence over one's relationship to Christ.

If you see nothing wrong with this then you may want to revisit a few helpful scriptures like John 14:6, 2nd Corinthians 6:14-17 and Matthew 10:34-37 for a better understanding.

When Christians compromise truth to unify with an opposing group (those claiming a different god, religion, doctrine or belief), casual observers are left to conclude that there really must not be any difference between the two. The end result is that all become spiritual casualties deferring to the will of a facilitator who subtly manipulates the dialog between opposing positions to achieve a predetermined outcome...a contrived consensus of which neither party is privy to.

It's all about achieving the unity of a one-world religion, a universal brotherhood that is fraudulently promoted as "Christian unity" and called "ecumenism". But beware of ecumenical movements and events like "Promise Keepers" and "Women of Faith", where, just like Willow Creek, fun, feelings, fellowship, fabulous music and Freudian psychology are used to teach the global gospel of "tolerance, diversity and unity"...all in the name of Jesus. Though appearing to be innocent and spiritually healthy many of these productions and events actually undermine the gospel by appealing to the flesh and emotions of attendees using a lot of Christian celebrities, humor, boisterous music, romantic stories, sentimentality, tears (and
believe it or not) even the visual stimulation of those who come forward to make "decisions".

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