Ever since the Lord Jesus was taken from His disciples to glory on the day of His ascension, the hope of His imminent return has been the constant expectation of each generation of Christians. In the early church this was a dominant theme of the apostles’ teaching and an impelling motive in their witness. As gradually the great truths about the purpose of God in the church were unfolded and the present age began to extend, the hope of His return continued undimmed. At the close of the last book of the New Testament, the aged Apostle John still breathes a prayer, “Even so, come, Lord Jesus” (Rev. 22:20).
The passing centuries have brought scoffers who have said, “Where is the promise of his coming?” (2 Pet. 3:4)…
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A Facebook friend messaged me last night and asked me what I knew about the John 17 Movement. She said that a relative had posted on her FB page that she was excited because she had found a new church.
This was her post:
“Hey Friends! You won’t want to miss church this Sunday, here’s why:
—-> Pastor Don will be sharing about his recent trip with John 17 (a global movement to unite the Body of Christ) to the Vatican and Sofia, Bulgaria.”
Needless to say, this distressed my friend and she came to me to find out what I knew about this. I have written quite a few articles on how some Unity is very evil. This John 17 movement is the embodiment of Satanic “Unity.”
Watch Pope Francis as he speaks to members of his movement – globally:
We must not forget that Satan comes as…
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This teaching is also on a Page,
For I say unto you, That except your righteousness shall exceed the righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees, ye shall in no case enter into the kingdom of heaven. -Matthew 5:20
(O)ur Lord expects from His people a more exact performance of the divine will than even the Pharisees pretend to give. Observe, (in Matthew 6:17-20) He speaks here about jots and tittles never passing away, and about those who break the least of His commandments, and teach men so; and I gather that He would have us observe the very least of His words and treasure up His commandments. …when we come to this Book, it must be candidly and humbly, with this feeling, “I desire now to unlearn the most precious doctrine or practice I have ever learned if the Lord will show me that it is inconsistent with His will; and I desire to learn that truth…
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