The problem is that the Bible never promises anyone your best life now, but it promises believers that in this life we will have tribulation, that Jesus is coming soon and he will repay us according to what we have done.
A realistic look at our world will attest the fact that godlessness is rampant and has reached epidemic proportions.
As believers, we need discernment even more as spiritual deception is on the rise in these last days.
The biblical mandate is to go to all nations and make disciples, but too many of our churches and leadership are content with romancing the world.
When you compromise on Jesus, you are not evangelizing. You might as well rename your church or ministry, the cultural center for interfaith cooperation.
If we are to teach, preach, and disciple biblically, we must break ranks and not emulate what is being done by many leaders in the church growth movement.
It’s seems that many Christians are breathing a sigh of relief and feeling a sense of ‘peace and safety’ in recent weeks. I want to remind you that ‘the Day’ is still approaching
The prosperity gospel and word-faith movements are a satanic tool used to spiritually shipwreck people.
Isn’t that an amazing truth? Christians have witnessed to hundreds of different ethnicities, sects, and people of various religious backgrounds for the last twenty centuries and the gospel was what brought people to a saving knowledge of Jesus. Why do some in “Christian” circles want to do things differently? What do they hope to achieve?