Those who read or listen to my preaching on this topic today are probably going to be the choir. As you might imagine, people gravitate to Bible teachers they tend to agree with. For instance, I’ll only listen to somebody spouting Replacement Theology nonsense if I’m researching that person; certainly not as a regular diet. …
Posts Categorized: Discernment
Just when you think the falsehoods espoused by the so-called prophets and apostles of NAR – the New Apostolic Reformation – have been proven wrong enough that these purveyors of fabrications would quietly slink away, they come back as bold as ever.
“How shall I harm thee? Let me count the ways.” Apologies to Elizabeth Barrett Browning for changing the words of her classic ode so dramatically.
The reality is that this is the sonnet sung by the evil Left on a daily basis.
One of my objectives is to get folks to think. The questions we should all ask are: What does Scripture say? What are the implications when we look at all sides of certain passages? How might this affect what we’ve been led to believe simply because someone else said it and declared it true?
It makes a difference who we listen to. This is true whether one is a king or a peasant, someone living in ancient times or an individual today. If people give us suggestions, what kind of discernment do we have to understand whether what is said is actually good counsel or bad counsel?
If you’ve followed any of my recent work, you may have come across my mention that I’ve been jousting with YouTube of late. With their backward-looking analysis of my efforts, YouTube determined that I earned strikes for “harassment” and “misinformation” for early 2021 posts (two years ago!) according to their Community Guidelines. So, I held my breath.