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Jesus said, let no man or his
teachings deceive you by
any means.

We are clearly told in Matthew 7:14
that few people ever make it to Heaven!
... “Because strait is the gate,
and narrow is the way, which
leadeth unto life, and few there
be that find it”.
Matthew 7:14; Luke 13:23,24

Pilate said to Him, “What is truth?”
John 18:38

"And you shall know the truth,
and the truth shall make you free.”
John 8:32

Many of today's churches refuse to
believe that the Bible is God breathed
or God's inspired word for today's
generation.

Millions of people are trusting
in their religion to save them
instead of the Lord Jesus Christ.


'And many False Prophets shall rise,
and deceive many.'
Matthew 24:11

Some ministers seem to have the wrong
motivation in today's churches, there
are people that approach the ministry as
a vocation to make a comfortable living.
Some have used the ministry as a spring
board to get into politics, a means of
getting ahead.
Instead of teaching the Truth of
God's Word.

Many people want to be part of the
fastest growing church, like the big
mega churches, where they want to
hear the "feel good" sermons,
and everybody tries to please the
pastor, instead of attending a church
where the Holy Spirit is present and
the Truth of God's Word is taught.

'For the time will come when they will
not endure sound doctrine, but according
to their own desires, because they have
itching ears, they will heap up for
themselves teachers; 
and they will turn
their ears away from the truth, and
be turned aside to fables.'
2 Timothy 4:3-4



Regardless of what some people might
say
, we are to give the Word of God
preeminence over anything or anyone
no matter how
spiritual their doctrine
might sound.

Jesus did not say to "follow Christians",
He said, "Follow Me".
Focus on God's Word and ignore
everything else, no matter how
reasonable or logical it may sound.

Beware of those Christians whose
faith is based on their own ideas and
feelings, and what they think is right,
and not on God's Word.




In many churches, they teach that you
must donate money in order to be
saved ( salvation ), or for God to
work in your life.

Some will say; " For only a
such and such amount, God will perform
the miracle that you have been asking
for" or if you are in need of this or
that, they'll say; " Just give this amount,
and then you will receive what you need."

A lot of people think these false
prophets are of God, but they
only want your money.


And when you look and see, you will
notice that they are dressed with
very fine clothing and jewelry, drive
luxury vehicles, and live in nice
estates.

Jesus said:
"Ask, and it shall be given you;"
Matthew 7:7
He did not say, "Ask, and for a certain
$ amount, it shall be given you."


'Jesus Christ is the same yesterday,
today, and forever.'

Hebrews 13:8




The hardest people to deal with in
Jesus' time and in our times
are the "religious" people.

Satan and his demons do not
want you to serve God.
They want to turn everyone away
from God through religion.
Religion is like counterfeit money​,
it may look like the real thing,
but it is worthless.

Some religions will even quote
Scripture from the Bible to lure
people in, and deceive you with
their teachings.
They will interpret scripture to
fit in with their agenda.
They will change the
meaning of the passage so that
you question and even doubt
of what God says to be true.


All religion is a sham, false, man-made,
and devil
inspired to keep people at
arm's length from God.

Jesus came to bring Salvation.
No religion will ever give
you that.



Jesus warned:

“Beware of false prophets, who come

to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly
they are ravenous wolves.
You will know them by their fruits

Do men gather grapes from
thornbushes
or figs from thistles?
Even so,
every good tree bears good

fruit, but a bad tree bears bad fruit.
A good tree cannot bear bad fruit,
nor can a bad tree bear good fruit.
Every tree that does not bear good fruit

is cut down and thrown into the fire.

Therefore by their fruits you will

know them.

“Not everyone who says to Me,

‘Lord, Lord,’ shall enter the kingdom

of heaven, but he who does the

will of My Father in heaven.
Matthew 7:21-23

Many will say to Me in that day,

‘Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied
in Your name, cast out demons in
Your name, and done many wonders
in Your name?’ depart from Me,
you who practice lawlessness!’
Matthew 7:15-23

False teachers come in disguise.
They do not appear to be false
teachers, they don't necessarily
deny Jesus, they even call Him "Lord."
They appear to be godly, sincere, and
good moral people.
But they teach enough error to
cause people to be deceived
and lost.

The scripture says 'false prophet,'
instead of 'false teacher,'
but it shows that false teaching
is dangerous.
Jesus warned us to watch for it.


Even more so in these last days:

'Now the Spirit expressly says that
in latter times some will depart from
the faith, giving heed to deceiving
spirits and doctrines of demons,
speaking lies in hypocrisy, having their
own conscience seared with a hot iron,
forbidding to marry, and commanding
to abstain from foods which God created
to be received with thanksgiving by
those who believe and know the
truth.

1 Timothy 4:1-3




The good news is that God has
provided eternal life free of charge
to anyone who wants it.

Believe the Word of God (Biblical Truth)
and the teaching based on the
Word of God.
Don't accept the teachings of man
and be deceived.


Luke 17:21, Jesus says that the
Kingdom of God is within you;
not within a religious organization.




'All scripture is given by inspiration
of God, and is profitable for doctrine,
for reproof, for correction, for
instruction in righteousness'
2 Timothy 3:16

We believe that there is one God,
eternally existent in three persons:
God the Father, God the Son, and
God the Holy Spirit.
2 Corinthians 13:14

'For God so loved the world, that
He gave His only begotten Son, that
whoever believes in him should
not perish, but have everlasting life.'
John 3:16






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