Controversial New ‘Religion That Embraces All Religions’

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  1. Barbara says:

    While we “wait for the rapture”, we must realize we are not yet that glorious church as written in Isaiah 60-62 and Eph.5. Ezekiel 38-39 is NOT Armageddon, nor the tribulation. Read it in detail. It is far different than the book of Revelation. God does not need Satan to be off the planet to have victory. Israel will be that well-watered garden, for the whole world to see, and to know that there is a God and His name is Jehovah. Then, as we walk with the Lord, as did Enoch, and live like His Son, Jesus, did on the earth, we will simply suddenly be with Him, the Father. All the prophets speak of these last days, in this time. I have high expectancy in the kingdom of our Lord, that we will live in the miraculous and do as He said in Matthew 10. Glorious indeed.

  2. Jenny says:

    Jumpy is spectacular…where can I get me one of these?? Do you think he is free on weekends to help with my child? 🙂

    If I may? This video has made us giggle and giggle!
    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=RHxISSKDyRA&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DRHxISSKDyRA

    I can’t wait til one day when we can love on these animals! I think God has the greatest sense of humor and it couldn’t be more evident in all of creation! Have you ever seen a duckbilled platypus? A little this, a little that…

    Imagine if they had not obeyed when God told them to find Noah. There would be no Jumpy.
    Thanks, John for sharing, as always (((hugs)))

  3. Catherine says:

    Hey Dr. John–talk about history repeating itself!! You need to watch this video that was on the 700 Club a few months ago, on Hitler and Christianity. I just saw it this morning and was shocked by the similarities between Hitler and Obama. Hitler claimed to be a Christian at first and once he was in power, he attacked true Christians, created a new “Lord’s Prayer” to glorify himself, had school children sing a “hymn” to him every day and put Christians who opposed him in concentration camps or just had them killed. I’ve included the address:
    http://www.cbn.com/700club/features/churchhistory/godandhitler/index.aspx – 35k
    God bless!!

  4. elizabeth says:

    I believe Psalm 83 war will break out this year. Hopefully Christ will return before then.

  5. Barbara in VA says:

    John: Thank you so much for that dog video–yes, once in a while we certainly do need a break from the things we see happening all around us. Every headline you have posted just screams at how crazy the world has become.

    While most of my prayers are for family and individuals who need their eyes to be opened. I also pray for God’s children to recognize the need to draw ever closer to Him, and for the Holy Spirit to guide us and give us wisdom and power in witnessing during these last days.

    However, there are others who are insisting that we should pray for God to deal with our nation’s leaders to turn to God and thus turn our nation back to being a “Christian” nation. It is really difficult to try to explain my thoughts on this to people who think that prayer and political action will restore Christian values. They think I have no faith that God is able to perform a miracle to cause this to happen. How difficult it is to try to explain that for a nation to turn back to God, there has to be national repentance. How does one deal with people who just will not believe that God has lifted His Hand of protection and that He is already judging our country? This week has been more difficult for me than usual in dealing with this issue! Perhaps what I, myself, need to realize is that it is probably not going to get any easier to try to help others understand that prophecy is “jumping off the pages” at us and the world at large just does not see it!

    I thank God for John and all those here who make up “The Church of The Blessed Hope”! May God bless all of us!

    Maranatha!

  6. Jenny says:

    Here is another very dangerous piece of information with devastating potential.
    http://blogs.marketwatch.com/capitolreport/2013/07/24/obama-says-its-time-to-turn-the-page-on-fannie-and-freddie/
    Essentially, the fed gov is going to use this to redistribute properties and decide who/how someone can purchase a home. Can you see where this is leading? Warsaw Ghetto? A few days ago they announced they were going to start mapping neighborhoods to make them more racially diverse.

    It appears the government has removed all necessities to live a life of faith. Need a house? We’ll get you one! No money for college? Not a problem! Too busy to teach your child? And on it goes…

    Think about this for a moment. Satan is the great counterfitter. Giving something to someone who didn’t earn it is called SALVATION for those who will believe.

  7. Michael says:

    If,in our heart of hearts,we are doing Gods will and He does,nt show us any sin that needs to be confessed then we are without spot or stain.Our rightousness is nothing because we have Christs rightousness.So we have hope and will be raptured when He comes for us.Praise God!In one sense tho we are not what we should be but He doesn’t show us everything at once.That is what sanctification is.

  8. Jenny says:

    Barbara…
    I just said the same thing to our military chaplain a few days ago! I told him to stop praying for this nation and focus on individuals lives! He was stunned! I don’t know about you but I am personally ready to head home! I don’t desire for my child to get married or a European vacation or grandchild…Nothing is holding me here…Nothing! The sin we are being inendated with is maddening torture! Even creation is groaning! Eaten an “apple” lately? They stink.

    And yes, before taken out of context, I pray continuously for my lost neighbors. I want them to go to heaven. Unfortunately, most will not due to their hardened hearts. Aren’t you guys sick of the shallow conversations about sports, winning elections, this summer’s recreation? I sure as heck am.

    Getting off my soap box…sorry.

  9. Melany says:

    Oh, that dog!! How adorable!

    You know, I really want to meet King David when I get to Heaven. He has such a love & “permanence” with God. He always knows there is no help or hope aside from the God of Israel. “My heart is fixed, O God, my heart is fixed:…” (Ps. 57:7). So many times when I talk about Jesus with family/friends, I hear: “…but I’m basically a good person…” Uncorrected, this false belief makes it easier for a person to accept the deceptive notion (and a deceptive “new religion”) that one can earn entrance into Heaven by living a good life. My hairdresser mixes buddhism & Christianity and sees nothing wrong with it even though I have explained John 14:6.

    Barbara in VA~ I am confronted with this very same thing within my own family, and I love them so much and can’t get them to understand. I’ve had some real anxiety with this, especially with one of my sons. With all my heart, I am trusting God to give those I love “eyes to see & ears to hear”. Everyone, please know that I am praying for you daily, and this includes loved ones of yours that need to know Yeshua as Savior, because this is a huge concern for so many of us. John, everyone, may God bless you all.

  10. Barbara in VA says:

    Today, as I was going back through previous posts and reading the comments, I came across one that I believe everyone of us should go back to and use this comment as our own personal prayer. It is such a beautifully worded prayer for these difficult days in which we are living. It is comment #18 written by dan.w. You will find it in John’s post on July 19, 2013.

    Thank you Dan for giving us that prayer!

    Maranatha

  11. I have a question and I’m hoping Dr John and others can comment and answer my question – The Pastor of my church says that it is not our job to confront people about homosexuality (or other sins for that matter ) because my Pastor says it is the Holy Spirit’s job to convict people, and since the Holy Spirit is very good at His job, our focus should be loving people.

    I think it sounds nice what he is saying but I feel like it is not complete truth. I feel like to love someone would mean to help them get free from their sinful lifestyles and that would include speaking the truth about sin. From the pulpit he does preach against sin (including sexual sins ) from time to time but I feel like this is a way to keep ordinary people like me from speaking up. What do you all think?

    • JohnMcTernan says:

      Ephesians 5:11 And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them.

      I hear this all the time. I see it as cowardliness.
      There is no need to confront the Nazis about killing Jews as this is God’s job.
      There is no need to confront the abortionists.
      There was no need to confront slavery, etc.
      It is thinking like this, with its lack of power, that lets darkness take over.

      Jude 1:3 Beloved, when I gave all diligence to write unto you of the common salvation, it was needful for me to write unto you, and exhort you that ye should earnestly contend for the faith which was once delivered unto the saints.

  12. dan .w says:

    You are welcome.Everyone here is my family,and it’s an honor to be used of the Lord in a good way .All of you..and I do mean all,have great worth,comments,ideas,suggestions,and insight.God bless each one of you,and God bless you brother John for helping make all this possible.I’ve grown since finding this site.Thanks again,Dan,w It’s all about Jesus.

  13. dan .w says:

    ….And another thing……………I get to spend Eternity with all of you out there.That…to me…is encouraging.

  14. Dean says:

    It’s reported that there will be talks starting next tuesday between israel and palentstenians in DC….there is also a tropical storm forming in the atlantic…coincendence? we should keep our eyes on next week..Glory to God

  15. Danielle says:

    Thank you all for posting … especially to Barbara & Jenny tonight ~ everything you wrote has touched me. God bless you … He is using you more than you know to encourage us all . Shalom 🙂

  16. Lori says:

    Barbara, I agree that was a wonderful heartfelt prayer and I feel the same way! Lately…I’ve been feeling so inadequate, and I have to ask the Lord to help me be bold with wisdom, and more knowledge of his Holy word. Lord bless you all here!

  17. Cynthia says:

    @Dan W….I have never taken the opportunity to tell you what a blessing your words are to me on this blog. I can’t wait to spend eternity with you as well.

  18. Cynthia says:

    Students sign petition to legalize abortion after childbirth:

    http://www.campusreform.org/blog/?ID=4872

  19. Thanks for your answer to my question Dr John. I agree with your answer. In my heart I knew but I needed to have it reaffirmed here. Dr John I really appreciate your blog and the blogtalk radio show and our “church” family here. Thanks to everyone and God Bless!

  20. dan .w says:

    Father God,thank you for saving us through Your Son Jesus.Please meet us at our individual points of need,be they be physical,or spiritual in nature.Thank you for Your mercy,and compassion on us.Shape us to be more and more into the likeness of You Son,our Savior,Amen.

  21. Irene C says:

    Thank you Brother John for this blog and to everyone for your comments. After a rough week, all of you are a comfort and encouragement for me. I’m a little behind in reading my email due to a computer problem. However, the Lord provided an inexpensive fix for the problem. Although all of the news could be seen as disheartening, I see God’s word coming to fruition. God’s will will be done. And I so agree with dan.w. One day we will all be together, worshiping our Lord and Savior for all eternity. I am so eager to go Home. Maranatha.

  22. GaryB says:

    Your pastor misunderstands the Bible. And he probably should not be pastoring. This idea that we should “love everyone and judge no one” is not Biblical. Your pastor is part of the problem. Have you considered looking for a church with a pastor who 1. has a backbone, and 2. understands how Christians are supposed to live?

  23. GaryB says:

    I read where Desmond Tutu said that he would rather go to hell than to a homophobic Heaven. He says that now, but I expect he will complain about it once he gets to Hell.