Posts Tagged ‘spiritual warfare’
Posted by Job on October 12, 2014
Posted by Job on February 1, 2012
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Posted by Job on October 24, 2011
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Posted by Job on July 3, 2010
When this site was first established, it was a spiritual warfare and deliverance site dedicated to promoting, defending and practicing the doctrines of such teachers and ministers as Frank Hammond (Pigs In The Parlor), Derek Prince and Elaine Brown (He Came To Set The Captives Free). While spiritual warfare and deliverance are certainly real according to the plain clear reading of the Bible, I have since come to realize that the doctrines and practices of those teachers and of the many who follow in their general arena are unsupported by scripture and should not be believed, adhered to or practiced.
I apologize for anyone that I have led astray through my reproduction and advocacy of these and related teachings. I must now go about the process of removing those false teachings and doctrines that I advocated from this site. I generally not delete the posts, but instead replace their content with something more in the line of scripture. I would appreciate it if the readers of this site were to bring the posts that contain these doctrines to my attention in the comments below so that I may deal with them. Thank you.
Posted by Job on July 26, 2009
Written by a pastor who adhered to amillennialism, but I won’t hold that against him.
Posted by Job on July 26, 2009
Regrettably, Bubeck is not Reformed or Calvinistic. Still waiting to identify a spiritual warfare teacher with Calvinist tendencies. However, Bubeck does talk a lot more about the sovereignty of God, the total depravity of man, and eternal security than any spiritual warfare writer than I have encountered so far.
Posted by Job on May 25, 2009
Posted by Job on March 23, 2009
This one is courtesy of – and will be entirely lifted from – brother Laz.
Posted on January 31, 2008 by Laz
Caught this editorial on the January 10, 2008 issue of the journal Nature,
Here are some tidbits,
But die-hard creationists aren’t a sensible target for raising awareness. What matters are those citizens who aren’t sure about evolution–as much as 55% of the US population according to some surveys.
And because the general theory of evolution (and thus its implications) is only scientific in nature and allegedly does not have religious and/or philosophical underpinnings and thus, assertions in those veins,
Evolution is of profound importance to modern biology and medicine. Accordingly, anyone who has the ability to explain the evidence behind this fact to their students, their friends and relatives should be given ammunition to do so.
Seriously folks, how can evolutionists be taken seriously when they rail against certain meddling religious people when what this editorial shows is that they’re not “above” evangelistic efforts when it benefits their religion?
Since it’s been chic to use the word “Bible-thumper” are we going to see the word “Evo-thumper” enter public discourse?
Incidentally, people capable of explaining the science behind evolution do not exist, and that is why it is actually forbidden by law to challenge evolution in public school classrooms, and there is also a movement afoot at elite universities to keep born again Christians from enrolling in their biology Ph.D. programs. So, the battle for the hearts and minds of the lost is on between those of Jesus Christ and those who are given over to Satan. Make no mistake, this is 100% spiritual warfare. Satan is out there working hard to win hearts and minds. Are you, Christian, doing the same, and on a regular, tireless basis? If not, then are you truly in the faith?
Posted in Christianity, evangelism, false doctrine, false religion, false teaching | Tagged: atheism, Evo-thumper, evolution, faith, hypocrisy, Proselytizing, religion, science, spiritual warfare | 8 Comments »
Posted by Job on August 2, 2008
New format too! Now if only we could locate Ephesians511 … (yes, I really do need to give that one up!)
Posted by Job on August 13, 2007
The ability to speak loudly and clearly is important for anyone who wants to become a Gospel for Asia native missionary. This was a serious problem for Ravi, who had a speech problem that left him with a soft, quiet voice. How could this quiet man ever hope to be able to fulfill his calling to become a GFA missionary? Click here to read Ravi’s story.
Ravi’s journey to the mission field is a reminder to us that God is faithful to provide all our needs. May you be encouraged in your own life as you ponder the awesome power of our Creator.
Ravi was a quiet, unassuming young man. Like millions of other young husbands throughout India, he worked hard at his construction job so he could provide for his family. People noticed that Ravi did not talk much. What they didn’t know was that he had a very soft voice that sounded like it had never fully developed. To make matters worse, Ravi also had difficulties when he tried to express himself verbally. But that all changed when he learned about the love of God.
One day, Ravi met a Christian who was excited to tell him about a God who loves him. This believer then gave Ravi a Gospel tract. Ravi was perplexed about the message in the tract and all that the believer had told him about Jesus. He had never heard of a God who was not an idol. That is because Ravi was raised in a village of poor, tribal people who worshipped idols, nature and the spirits of their ancestors. Now he was fascinated by the idea that there was a God who was alive.
The Gospel message touched his heart that day, and he prayed to receive Jesus as his Savior. Soon, he was clamoring to learn more about Jesus and how to serve Him, and he sought the help of a GFA native missionary. This missionary steered Ravi to a GFA Bible college, where he was accepted for studies.
Then, while he was in Bible college, a miraculous transformation occurred in Ravi’s life. His fellow students began to pray for him, and soon they noticed his voice was changing. This man known for his soft-spoken, stunted speech was suddenly speaking loudly and clearly. Ravi and his classmates are thrilled that the grace of God has rested upon him.
Today, Ravi is looking forward to the time when he can use his new, loud, strong voice to tell people about Jesus on the mission field.
Gujarat state leaders ask that you pray for Ravi, his wife and their two-year-old daughter. Pray that God will protect them and help them grow in the Lord. Also ask for the Lord’s blessings on the family as they solely depend on their crops for their livelihood while Ravi is in Bible college. From http://gfa.org
Ravi is from the West Indian state of Gujarat. Read more about his home. GFA Bible college graduates often plant a church during their first year on the field. Read more about the Bible colleges here. Dalit News Reaching The Dalits Facts About Dalits The Caste System Dalit Videos Dalit Photos Sign Up for Dalit News Donate to Dalit Outreach