Church, what is it like today. Part 1c

Universalism within the church is coming. Many pastors are preaching universalism is the future of our church. They say all roads (beliefs) lead to the same God, if you believe in God that’s all that matters, or in Christ we are all brothers. Years ago even Billy Graham told Pastor Robert Schuller (while being interviewed) … Continue reading Church, what is it like today. Part 1c

Church, what is it like today. Part 1b

What are the reasons megachurches are so popular? By Quora.com: https://www.quora.com/What-are-the-reasons-why-megachurches-are-so-popular Varghese Thomas, Saved by Grace.... Answered Sep 23, 2016 · Diluted Doctrine in megachurches: You don't get to hear sound, in-depth, true word of God and get “Bored”. Instead, you hear blessing and prosperity, which is music to your carnal ears. Accountability- In small congregations, you … Continue reading Church, what is it like today. Part 1b

Church, what is it like today. Part 1a

  I will not spend too much time talking about the main stream churches that teach the Gospel, have normal size churches that have mainstream (or at least use to be) contemporary worship and follow the main guidelines of Scripture. What I will focus on are the changes that have taken place and how many churches … Continue reading Church, what is it like today. Part 1a

Church, what was it like. part 2

PART 2: NEW TESTAMENT ASSEMBLY (CHURCH)  The birth, life, teachings, death, and resurrection of Jesus were a game changer for followers of God/Jesus. The new covenant, fulfillment of the Law and the new standards modeled by Jesus were a new paradigm that would be impossible for some to follow and difficult for many. The rest … Continue reading Church, what was it like. part 2

Church, what was it like. Part 1

PART 1, OLD TESTAMENT CHURCH (worshiping) Description of church (GotQuestions.com) The word “church” comes from the Greek word ekklesia which is defined as “an assembly” or “called-out ones.” Church; The body of Christ is made up of all believers in Jesus Christ from the day of Pentecost (Acts chapter 2) until Christ’s return. Old Testament (OT) times were very interesting and sometimes … Continue reading Church, what was it like. Part 1

Sins of our fathers

Was my father responsible for my sins? Some Christians believe that the sins of our fathers are passed on to their children. From what I read scripture tells us that it is not true. Let’s start at the beginning of the controversy; Exodus tells us; Exodus 20:5 “You shall not bow down to them or … Continue reading Sins of our fathers