Fire Baptism is NOT Meant for Christians

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“FIRE!!! FIRE!!! FIRE come down from Heaven!!” (Please, no!)

The idea that Christians must be fire baptized as part of our salvation has spread rapidly around the globe. The odd thing is that neither Jesus nor the Apostles ever once stated that we need to be baptized with fire. They taught that we need to be baptized with the Holy Ghost. People have assumed that means to be baptized with fire. Continue reading

Yes, Gospel Music Has Gone Too Far/Hidden Luciferians


I’ve been sitting on this for at least a week now. This is primarily link-heavy because many have put a lot of effort into showing us the fruits of people who claim to represent Christ, so I just insert their links for your convenience to see their comments.

As I was going through the many links and observing all sorts of shocking things, I realized this can quickly get tiring because of all the rabbit holes and studies that can be started from each link. Here’s the thing: Anyone that claims to be a “Gospel” singer should be addressing the “Gospel” somewhere in their message. I should hear something about sin, repentance, Jesus Christ, salvation, worship to the True God, etc. Continue reading

Is Water Baptism Necessary for Salvation?


There are multiple verses in the Bible that speak about baptism. Believers recognize and keep two primary ordinances – water baptism and communion. Water baptism is a public declaration of an inward working. When a person is converted, he is made alive in Christ (born again) while his old self dies (not literally). He is a new creature in Christ. Baptism is a total immersion. The man being baptized symbolically dies to his old self going into the water and comes up new in Christ. People are often encouraged to get baptized shortly after salvation. If a person does not get baptized, is he really saved? Continue reading

Can Christians Lose Their Salvation?


For more than a year, I wondered if it was possible to lose your salvation based on different arguments I heard. I listened to both sides and would believe one for a while then go to the other camp. While I was studying the different religions that changed the gospels, I noticed one underlying theme: You must do something yourself in order to be saved. Jesus went to the cross to offer salvation, but somehow we have to do something so we don’t lose it.

Can you lose your salvation? – No. Continue reading

Feminism – A Doctrine of Devils

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Feminism. What is it?! I’ve visited pieces of this topic over the past two years, listened to videos, gone to websites, looked into history, and for the life of me still have no clear definition of what it is since the people involved kind of decide what they believe or don’t believe. (Too bad they don’t have the Bible, which never changes to help them figure out what they should be doing.)

Okay. After wading through all the gobbledy-gook on, I found this small paragraph. “Breaking down that one very basic definition, feminism has three components. It is a movement, meaning a group working to accomplish specific goals. Those goals are Continue reading

Everyone Has the Opportunity to Know God


“12 For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any twoedged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.” – Heb 4:12

No one can hear the Word of God and not be affected. First aid instructions tell us not to remove certain objects such as knives that have pierced us because our bodies have already started to try to heal around the place of impact. When we withdraw the blade, the blood comes out more because the blade is no longer forming a seal at the place of injury. The Word of God cuts on both sides going in and cuts on both sides going out. It’s going to have an impact whether we see the immediate results or not! Continue reading

Another King in Babylon Acknowledges the Lord

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Are you willing to be persecuted to near destruction in order for someone to come to the knowledge of the true God?

“10 Now when Daniel knew that the writing was signed, he went into his house; and his windows being open in his chamber toward Jerusalem, he kneeled upon his knees three times a day, and prayed, and gave thanks before his God, as he did aforetime.

[The king decreed that none should pray/make petition to any but the king for 30 days – vanity/pride. Praying was as regular, if not more regular, to Daniel’s daily schedule as eating.] Continue reading

Just How “Tolerant” Was Jesus?



[tol-uh-reyt] verb (used with object), tol·er·at·ed, tol·er·at·ing.

1. to allow the existence, presence, practice, or act of without prohibition or hindrance; permit.
2. to endure without repugnance; put up with: I can tolerate laziness, but not incompetence.


[ri-puhg-nuhnt] adjective

1. distasteful, objectionable, or offensive: a repugnant smell.
2. making opposition; averse.
3. opposed or contrary, as in nature or character.

I’ve grown weary of the cry for tolerance from intolerant people. Continue reading

Speak the Truth

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“9 That this is a rebellious people, lying children, children that will not hear the law of the Lord: 10 Which say to the seers, See not; and to the prophets, Prophesy not unto us right things, speak unto us smooth things, prophesy deceits: 11 Get you out of the way, turn aside out of the path, cause the Holy One of Israel to cease from before us.” – Isa 30:9-11

It’s amazing how we’ll look at Israel and wonder why they did the things they did when the reality is that we’re repeating the exact same things! Continue reading

Favorite The Bible on Marriage, Divorce, & Remarriage

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I know people have some preconceived ideas about what the Bible says or what I will say, but I ask you to remember this verse: “13 He that answereth a matter before he heareth it, it is folly and shame unto him.”– Prov 18:13

I have been having this discussion for the past 6 years. The last 3, in particular, I’ve been involved in long discussions that have continued for more than one week on one thread. I don’t mind discussing, but the attacking, insults, and accusations that those of us with a permanence understanding of marriage are “legalistic,” condemning, or have no understanding of grace is just childish and unsupported.  I understand this topic is major and is a sensitive area for those involved, Continue reading