Posts tagged ‘word of faith’

False Teachers and Prophets, Part 7

Isn’t it amazing how error, once it makes its way into Christendom, even though it is thoroughly rebuked and debunked by Christian leaders and even church councils in history, continues to gain new followers? It doesn’t seem to matter what the error is either. There are always new people from a new generation willing to embrace those errors in spite of how often those errors are clearly denounced and do not line up with the truth of Scripture.

Continue Reading October 19, 2020 at 10:15 AM 4 comments

False Teachers and Prophets, Part 6

So those within the Word of Faith movement have their idea about how to get God working for you (they call that His “revealed will”), but the Bible seems to say something completely different and this difference is proven by the lifestyle of Jesus Himself. Remember, Jesus had no place to lay His head, meaning He had no permanent home (Luke 9:58).

Continue Reading October 8, 2020 at 11:44 AM 7 comments

Knowing God’s Will: Context Means a Great Deal

Taking this verse out of its natural context, it’s not difficult to see how it can be twisted to mean something it does not mean. The idea here is that meditating on God’s Word will pave the way to success and prosperity, so we’re told. But is this what Joshua meant when he spoke those words? Hardly. The context fleshes out the full meaning.

Continue Reading December 15, 2017 at 8:39 AM 4 comments

Kenneth Hagin’s Version of God’s Anointing

As with everything, Christians must learn to use discernment to determine whether the things being taught and the signs and wonders seen or experienced are actually of God. When we fail to do this, we leave ourselves wide open to all manner of deception. Society – globally – has adopted Cultural Marxism (emotional virtue), which has taught people to rely on how they feel about something. This has infected the Church to an alarming degree. Depending upon how our emotions react to something tells us whether or not the event or teaching is valid. But that’s not how Scripture tells us to determine things.

Continue Reading November 7, 2017 at 9:26 AM 2 comments

What Are We to Think of the Prophets and Apostles that Exist Today? Part 1

Today’s Christian is often overwhelmed by a complete lack of knowledge regarding God’s Word. Because of it, too many are tossed to and fro, running here and there, seeking the next religious fad. At the same time, we are told that to relay too much on His Word is a form of Pharisaical legalism that keeps Christians from moving on with God with His alleged new revelations. We are told we need to be open to signs and wonders, to new movements of the Spirit, words of knowledge, and prophecies. Those who are not open to it are considered legalistic and in “religious bondage.”

Continue Reading May 7, 2016 at 8:16 AM 2 comments


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