Tag Archives: false teachers

Yeast.

= – = – = It had been awhile since we’d had otherworldly food: We were fallow, and spiritually broke. So the devil sent a guy—with good things to say: An attractive, amiable bloke! = – = – = We … Continue reading

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False Teachers

GOD’S FRUIT “God is love.”     FALSE TEACHERS “Beware of the false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly are ravenous wolves. You will know them by their fruits.” Love Goodwill Brotherly charity Unconditional love But God … Continue reading

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Shaken, Not Stirred

*Hat tip to Sean Connery Last week I ran across a passage of Scripture that some time ago I’d heard taught wrongly. I knew it at the time; in fact, it was a catalyst for parting ways with the false … Continue reading

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Who Do You Follow?

Extremists are everywhere on TV—but they are not news. There have always been “mis-leaders” and “fool-owers.” …Who do you follow? Oh, you don’t cause physical harm. But does someone dictate who should be “dead” to you? “he who hates his … Continue reading

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Two Kinds of People

[ Today’s post is dedicated to the broken-hearted. ] We go to a big church—every age, shape, and race. But our pastors often remind us: “There are two kinds of people.” Rightly dividing the Word is their passion, and they … Continue reading

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Part of the Solution

I ran across an article (by Benjamin L. Corey) discussing the devastating effect of bad churches. Having faced these ill-effects myself, I was interested. I agreed with Corey’s premise that victims of false teachers and finger-pointers can undermine a proper … Continue reading

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My Take on My Take

  Those of us with a few years under our belts have learned a few things—often the hard way. One such lesson is not to trust anyone [except the Lord] to rightly interpret His meaning in His Book: no prophecy … Continue reading

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