by James Jacob Prasch
Oct 21, 2014
The fizzling of the counterfeit revivals of Toronto, Pensacola, and Lakeland with Lakeland ending in a moral scandal with Todd Bentley and Pensacola ending in an ugly split are almost ancient history.
by Sandy Simpson
May 1, 2014
According to Wikipedia:
"Karma means action, work or deed; it also refers to the principle of causality where intent and actions of an individual influence the future of that individual.Â Good intent and good deed contribute to good karma and future happiness, while bad intent and bad deed contribute to bad karma and future suffering.Â Karma is closely associated with the idea of rebirth in some schools of Asian religions.Â In these schools, karma in the present affects one's future in the current life, as well as the nature and quality of future lives - or, one's saá¹ƒsÄra. With origins in ancient India, it is a key concept in Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism, Taoism, Shintoism, Ching Hai and others." (emphasis mine)
HILLSONG EMBRACES 'CHRISLAM'
When prime time Australia TV broadcasted an exposure of the financial ethics (or lack thereof) of HILLSONG, no one should have been surprised.
by James Jacob Prasch
Jan 27, 2014
Collapse of the mega churches and beyond.
In 2008, several months before the sub prime crisis, I publicly shared a teaching called "Everything That Can Be Shaken" which was promptly filmed and recorded in the USA ,and UK and placed in the public domain. I, of course, make no claim to being a prophet and I regard those who do make such claims concerning themselves to be are either false ones or just plain religious crackpots. I was not the only person to issue such a predictive warning and was probably not the first. I was just one voice among various others that I am now aware of (but was not at the time) who believed the Lord was warning us that a financial crash was coming that would impact the church, including major supposedly Evangelical churches.
The Sin of Party Spirit Masquerading as Christian Unity that Ultimately Unites with Apostasy and Unbelief
by James Jacob PraschÂ
When we, the Body of Christ, have unity of The Spirit we only need a fellowship of fellowships for practical cooperation in things like missions, Christian education, and charity,Â not any hierarchical structure other than the headship of Christ and doctrinal supremacy of scripture devoid of any organised or institutional monolith. One Faith, One Baptism.
To our friends and brethren in Ireland and Northern Ireland
Moriel & Jacob Prasch concur entirely with the timely and important caveat issued by Take Heed Ministries in Northern Ireland concerning the mandate event and Elim's Colin Dye.Â
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Oct 16, 2013
by James Jacob Prasch
John MacArthur now teaches: "Those accepting the mark of the beast and worship the anti Christ can still be saved. Supported by Jimmy DeYoung, this is the exact teaching of John MacArthur on the clip below.
A sermon quoting Madonna and fifth rate rock music: that"s the "Rock" church of St. Louis. No wonder America is fast going downhill spiritually. Alan Franklin comments.
If you want to see what is wrong with America"s churches, it is encapsulated in what passes for ministry in the Rock Church of St. Louis. We attended the first day that "Rock" took over what was formerly the First Baptist Church of Lemay, a suburb of St. Louis. We"d attended on previous visits and Pat grew up in the neighborhood. It is now Lemay Campus of the Rock Church " and is exactly what the title should forewarn you of: loud, inconsequential, with much focus on the preacher and a daisy light message. Similar takeovers have occurred across America with disastrous results " unless you enjoy near zero Bible teaching, emotionalism and appalling, loud, discordant "music." Honoring to the Lord? Please, grow up!
I have much appreciation and thanks for the service your site provides to the Church at large.
I think your article opposing cessationist doctrine entitled "When That Which is Perfect has Come"Â is excellent. In your archives you also have a repost of a Sandy Simpson article regarding NAR (New Apostolic Reformation) entitled "A Case of Piocchio's Nose". While I am not a NAR adherent and believe the article to be sound, there's one scripture passage not mentioned in the article that I am hoping you are willing to address. You may refer to it in other articles, but it would be helpful if Moriel and/or Sandy Simpson would speak to the following: