“Egregiously Wrong from the Start”

“The United States Supreme Court just announced one of the most significant rulings in my lifetime—officially voting to overturn the 1973 Roe v Wade decision because it was “egregiously wrong from the start,” as stated by Justice Samuel Alito. The radical left is calling for a “night of rage,” pregnancy centers are already being vandalized and attacked, and our U.S. Supreme Court justices are being targeted with threats and intimidation. Roe v Wade, passed 49 years ago, has resulted in the deaths of over 63 million innocent children in this country. Sadly, this decision is not an end to abortion—it pushes the battle back to the states. My prayer is that every state will enact protections for children in the womb and that our nation will value life and recognize the rights of our most vulnerable.” ~ Franklin Graham

https://www.cnn.com/2022/06/24/politics/dobbs-mississippi

Prior to 1973 every state allowed abortion for reasons of incest and rape and for the mother’s health. Roe v. Wade was about abortion on demand, not safer abortions. In the spiritual realm it was about making sacrifices of the most innocent and the most vulnerable to satan, the god of the hedonists. This is a victory in one battle but not quite for the war to preserve all life in the womb (science shows that life begins at conception).

From my old book on law, You and the Law, 1973, pg 153:

“Abortion is the intentional destruction or deliberate premature bringing forth of a human fetus in such a way that it is bound to die.”

Pray for those who are involved in Jane’s Revenge. It is satan that is angry and is at work in these people to go against Christians and God. He hates them and, most of all, God. He knows his time is soon going to be over and he wants as many souls in the hell as he can get. A desire to murder the unborn only comes from the one who hates God and he will do all he can to seek revenge on the righteous. Pray for the states who provide abortions on demand, that they will repent and make abortions available for only the direst of situations. Pray especially for the women who have had abortions, that they will find the forgiving love and peace of the Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ, amen!

AMAZING TESTIMONY: The Salvation of a Roman Catholic Family

PEACEMAKERS

Here is a comment that came in on my husband’s YouTube channel about an hour ago!

“Praise Jesus for all the Roman Catholics who have been saved by His grace. I too was Roman Catholic for 47 years. I thought I would die Catholic. Praise the Lord for placing in my path two Christian colleagues who boldly spoke the truth to me and told me that it was unbiblical to worship Mary. At first I too was resistant and proudly mentioned that we Catholics believe in traditions too. It was truly the Holy Spirit convicting me from within that made me feel so foolish in front of my patient Christian colleagues. Imagine how appalled I was when they told me purgatory wasn’t real and to read Luke 16 about Lazarus and the rich man. I thought about the soul of my dead father.
I got saved at 47 years…

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Sunday Worship Is Pagan?

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FTA: THE PAGAN ROMANS AND GREEKS HAD NO WEEKLY DAY OF REST, OR FESTIVAL, OR WORSHIP.

…When the Emperor Caracalla tried to impose sun worship in the early years of the third century, the Romans laughed at him. Although sun worship has always played a role in pagan religions, it wasn’t until the end of that century (3rd century) that the sun enjoyed real prominence among the Roman gods—and by that time many Christians, at least, had been observing Sunday for 150 years. In his Apology addressed to the Roman Government, the great Christian writer Tertullian specifically refuted the charge that Christians worshiped on Sunday in honor of the sun” (Source: Ministry Magazine, 1977).

…Q. 10. Did the pagan reverence for Sunday have anything to do in influencing Christians to select that day as their rest day?

Ans. No; it can hardly be said that there was any special reverence…

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Mongrel Religionists

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“So these nations feared the Lord and served their graven images, both their children, and their children’s children: as did their fathers, so do they unto this day.”- 2Kings 17:41

SO DO THEY unto this day,” said the writer of the Book of Kings, who has long since passed away unto his fathers. Were he alive now he might say concerning the spiritual descendants of these Samaritans, “So do they unto this day.” This base union of fearing God and serving other gods is by no means obsolete. Alas, it is too common everywhere, and to be met with where you might least expect it. From generation to generation there have been Mongrel Religionists, who have tried to please both God and the devil, and have been on both sides, or on either side, as their interest led them. Some of these wretched blenders are always hovering around every congregation, and…

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Scripture and “The Chosen”

This is beyond “artistic license.”

The Word Like Fire

I am the wrong guy for this. My friends, especially in my old church, know how flawed I am. But I ask again, how can we think this….creation….by Dallas Jenkins (the earthly middleman) can in any way bless or help us in our walk?

So much of this is reminiscent of the days when The Shack was tearing through the visible church.

Viewers of The Chosen are ignoring what God thinks. This is an affront to Him. An affront to our Holy God. We think He is just like us… but He is not. (Psalm 50:21)

We have been brought up in a culture drenched in entertainment, and so perhaps we are not troubled with Christ as entertainment. (A false Christ at that). Yet…what if the many people warning about this are right?

The false church is here. We are in a time of rising deception.

AndJesusansweredand saidunto them,Take heedthat…

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Forty Answers to “Forty Reasons I Am A Catholic”: The Index

Forty Answers to “Forty Reasons I Am A Catholic”: The Index

Grappling with Change

The X Mass H8rs Blog

We need sweeping reformation. Let me give a definition of reformation as it is given in a religious dictionary: “Change by removal of faults or abuses, and a restoration to a former good estate.” Now that is not so bad. I do not know how anybody who believes he or she is a Christian could ever object to changing in the direction of the removal of faults and abuses toward the restoration to a former good estate. The problem is change, which disturbs many people. They have accepted the status quo as being the very tablets given by God on the mountain. Most people, if they happen to be in any church anywhere, accept the status quo without knowing or caring to inquire how it came to be. In other words, they do not ask, “Oh God, is this of You, is this divine, is this out of the Bible?”…

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