Friday, October 16, 2009

True Love & Understanding...

Folks lets face the facts about Christianity here and NOW!

"DENOMINATIONAL DIVERGENCE" is SIN and is creating apostasy within the body of Christ and it must stop TODAY!

Instead of giving clarity it is creating confusion for those that are watching and wanting to get closer to God! Even though seeking the kingdom of God is a personal effort!

We who have found God and know it beyond a shadow of a doubt, can help lead others to this amazing gift. By making the journey easier and following the biblical version to the letter without all the man-made external religiosity that denominational divergence has caused. How many souls have been lost because of the sin of denominational divergence?

How can we be sure of others having found God and faith through Jesus Christ? Simple, ask questions like, tell me about it? Ask them to tell their testimony and remember that church attendance is not compulsory for the true believer. Why? Because we are the church your body is the temple not a brick and mortar building.

Ever since I first began to seek God earnestly with my whole being (in my early twenties I am now in my mid-forties) I have been shook to my very core. Sometimes almost unable to carry-on, but God is faithful and has promised never to give us more than we can handle.

And the problem of "DENOMINATIONAL DIVERGENCE" is not more then we can handle. The reform is not of religion but of man and it has never stopped in 2000 years because we are striving towards perfection in love through God. But we must repent and turn from our sins for salvation to do its work within us... Religious sin is what Jesus confronted publicly and so must we, but not from denominational platforms.

Q. What happens when a person gets evangelized without repenting?

A. They become another false convert and start the long arduous journey in the desert of their minds trying to figure it out what it means to be a follower of Jesus Christ.

If they make it to the next level and join a church they are then on-fire for the Lord the first several years. Serving in various positions trying to find their place. Then comes the day that they are crushed by their brethren, that want them to settle down and get with the program. Tow the party line because this is what we believe in this denomination and as a member you will believe the same or get out. Maybe its not that harsh but sometimes it is. Or perhaps they become complacent and become another adherent sitting on their hands doing nothing for the kingdom. The division of the body of Christ through denominational divergence is an abomination to God and the true believer. The worst thing is, that as these denominations split they create more denominations just like germs & bacteria and spread from body to body.

Other stuff starts happening that chips away at their faith and without the proper armor they become apostate even within the church/denomination. They try to get help from others but there is no help because everyone has their own troubles or are to busy pointing out others short comings while ignoring their own plank. Then the next thing you know they start sliding away from the church (that denomination) they choose another and low and behold the same existence is there, the same as before yet it is a different denomination. Could this be considered idolatry when we worship denominational? I say yes it is...idolatry and since idolatry is sin so is denominational divergence.

Consider what the Apostle James says; "You believe that there is one God. Good! Even the demons believe that—and shudder/tremble. Our belief, our faith and our Christian Walk must be more then that of demons. If it is to be believable by those that are watching for they will know we are Christians by our LOVE...


The Lord bless and keep you;
The Lord make His face shine upon you,
And be gracious to you;
The Lord lift up his countenance upon you,
And give you peace.

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