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Diversity, Equality, Inclusivity and Tolerance: Dwellers in the Trojan Horse Destroying the Church

the deception of Diversity, Equality, Inclusivity and Tolerance

John 13:34 A new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I have loved you, that ye also love one another. One of the more abused and distorted scriptures in the bible is John 13:34, and others similar to it. A lot of people I’ve seen quoting it suggest it means we are to have a nice emotional response to people, no matter what they think, say, or do. This is a totally unbiblical understanding of the verse. An explanation of the verses […]

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What it Means to Love God

source: Deviant Art While many believe they love God and God loves them, is the truth within them? Are they living in accordance with the word or what they believe to be true? The natural man follows the ways of this world in belief. Those who walk after the Spirit, do all things in accordance with the word.   Proverbs 3:1 – My son, forget not my law; but let thine heart keep my commandments: 1 John 5:3 3 For this is the love of God, that […]

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Christianity will Dominate the World – a New Creation Civilization is Inevitable

  An unfortunate thing has happened in history in regard to the word dominate, as it has taken on the idea of lording it over people, rather than its key definition as it relates to the kingdom of God, which is, as the Merriam-Webster dictionary says, “to exert the supreme determining or guiding influence on.” Oxford defines it as having “power and influence over.” One of the reasons many Christians tend to shy away from the word dominate comes from the accounts of the disciples arguing over […]

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The Tyranny of Separating Love from Action: Deception of Emotions

Many Christians have fallen for the lie that love in the Bible is the same as feelings and emotions. That’s a total and complete distortion of love as revealed in the Holy Scriptures, as it relates to God and man. Some have pointed out 1 Corinthians 13 as a confirmation that love is related to how you feel about someone. It actually has almost nothing to say in that regard. The closest it comes is in relationship to kindness, but even that is more of a controlled […]

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