by James Jacob Prasch
AÃ‚Â Response To The Letters We Have Received Regarding David Wilkerson's UK Visit
Joash was a good king who all his life did much good in the sight of The Lord. He restored God's House, sought revival, and pointed the people to righteousness. For many long years he served The Lord earnestly with an honest heart.
If Satan is bound I would like to know who keeps letting him go.
The notion of his being bound is post millenial absurdity that is both unbiblical and illogical.
Hello, I Wish You A Nice Day. . . Could I Interest You. . . . . in trusting Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior today?
Perhaps you are thinking, "Well friend, I do believe in God." The Bible tells us that faith without works is dead (James 2:14-18). To agree that there is a God is called a head knowledge, but a heart knowledge is necessary for salvation (Rom. 10:9). James 2 continues by describing a demonic level of faith including feeling experiences as "the devils also believe, and tremble" (vs.19). The dynamic faith that saves includes the intellect, emotions and a willpower biblically responding to the Lord (vs. 20-26). Would you please ask the Lord to help you to be sure that you have eternal life through faith?
" Am I therefore become your enemy, because I tell you the truth?" Gal. 4:16
What are kids saying about Harry Potter? Here are some samples:Ã‚Â
Source-Rick Warrens Ministry Toolbox
Now first of all its important to note that Rick Warren is not directly promoting Harry Potter but James Emery White is under his recommended reading.
Here is the quote-
by James Emery White
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling. Though the seventh and final installment is yet to be released (July 21, to be exact), when it does, it will be well-worth reading. Though some would disagree, I am one to put Rowling's work in the camp of fantasy literature, along with Lewis and Tolkien, with her use of magic more mechanical than occultic. I found her earlier six volumes instant classics of the genre, and the final book will undoubtedly cement this series as among the best written.
By Warren Cole Smith
(EP News)"”Thirty years ago, businessmen involved in pornography and gambling might be on the FBI's "10 Most Wanted" list.Ã‚Â Today, businessmen profiting from these seedy activities "“ and you can throw in abortion and homosexuality "“ are just as likely to end up on the "Fortune 500" list.
By Paul Proctor
Want a shock? Go to your favorite Christian website, more specifically, to the page where they sell books. Type the names of known heretics and false teachers into the site's search engine; names of authors from the church growth movement, emerging church movement, Word Faith movement and even the New Age and see what pops up on the screen for sale. Brace yourself though, because you're probably going to be surprised. Believe it or not, some Christian bookstores are even selling the published works of homosexuals, pagans and occultists! But that's not all.
by Hillel Fendel
Tevet 23, 5769, 19 January 09 12:58
(IsraelNN.com) Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Saud al-Feisal and Arab League Secretary-General Amr Musa warn that the Arab world is on the verge of collapse.
Speaking at a joint press conference they held in Kuwait, the two said that the Arab world faces anarchy and an inner split, which they attribute to two factors: The inter-Palestinian struggle, and the "Israeli aggression and occupation."
Brighton & Hove City Council has pulled thousands of pounds worth of funding from a Christian care home because of its religious beliefs on homosexuality.
The council withdrew Ã‚Â£13,000 of funding when the care home refused the council's request to ask the elderly Christian residents about their sexual orientation every three months. The home also refused demands from the council that it use images of homosexuals in its promotional literature and show staff a Stonewall presentation on "˜gay rights'.
United Methodist bishops are taking sides over a Chicago bishop's questioning of traditional doctrines about Jesus, including the virgin birth and a physical resurrection.
Heresy isn't new, of course. These things have been around in every generation.
Chicago's Bishop Joseph Sprague is the heretic in this case. He's got a new book coming out, which raises such questions.
The Methodist bishops of Florida and North Carolina have publicly challenged him. The South Carolina bishop endorses his beliefs.
The Chicago bishop says he is being quoted out of context. But what context is there about the virgin birth of Jesus and his bodily resurrection? These doctrines are either true or false.
Paul, the Apostle, addressed such questions. He said if Christ be not raised, then we are still dead in our sins. It sounds like the Chicago Methodist bishop has a larger problem than his false doctrines to sort out.