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"Not in word only,
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1 Cor. 4:20
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"EAR'S TO HEAR!"
9/19/21 - 9/25/21
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WORD OF ADMONITION:
Just like as a runaway government gorges itself on citizens, so-called “pastors” gorge themselves on a never-ending supply of sheep.
Astonishingly however, these are sheep that have a choice and yet still, without question or resistance, they willingly serve themselves and their families up as the main course.
THIS WEEK’S CHURCH
1) A state or condition someone is said to be in who disagrees with the pastor; 2) A label placed upon a church member who starts thinking for themselves.
“Sally’s rebellious attitude continues on, even after receiving pastoral counsel.”
Today, someone preaching the word
without getting paid
is such a rarity as to count as
a true miracle!
THIS WEEK'S BIBLE VERSE
For when we were yet without strength, in due time Christ died for the ungodly.
See the truth come to life!
"The Pastoral Office"
Is “going to church” a sign of being “spiritually alive?”
LIE OF THE WEEK
"To disrespect a God-called pastor is to disrespect God’s plan and organization."
Church and Football -
"Going to church" to experience staged, pre-planned worship is no different than going to a football game. Yet, this is precisely the results of local church institutionalism.
Since the Sunday service is practically the only time for people to showcase their spirituality, everyone has learned to come with their best on "game day." Both the leadership and laity literally "suit up" by getting dressed up in their own respective ways for the weekly event. The leadership gear up to put on a good show and the laity gear up to see a good show.
Everybody prepares themselves and applies their “game face,” ready to play.
Behold today’s Christianity.