The Gospel Truth Series: Exposing the Deep Secrets Of Satan (Chapter 4, page 2 of 33)


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Chapter 4

Apostle Peter lamented "False prophets Appeared in the past among the people and in the same way, False teachers will appear among you.

They will bring in destructive untrue doctrines and WILL DENY THE MASTER WHO REDEEMED THEM and so they will bring upon themselves sudden destruction.

Even so, MANY WILLFOLLOW THEIR IMMORALWAYS and because ofwhat they do, Others will speak evil of the way of truth.

IN THEIRGREED, THESE FALSE TEACHERS WILL MAKE A PROFITOUT OF TELLING YOU {ALLCHRISTIANS}

MADE-UPSTORIES 2Pt.2:1-3

These two scriptures substantiates the fact that most Church leaders, owners, preachers, pastors, overseers and so on are false teachers whose aim is basically to make money and profit out their congregation by becoming a very eloquent speaker and actors on stage. They deceive their listeners with the word of God and by the way they talk once they are addressing their audience, insinuating that the Holy Spirit have taken control of them. So they shake their bodies, change their tones, pace up and down the stage and does so many other things, while the listeners will be shouting in ecstasy, being carried away that the man of God is filled with the Holy Spirit.

If the Church founders had been faithful to Christ, there will be no need for so much disintegration and discord among the believers. Instead there are so much disagreements and break away of one group of individuals to form a Church of their own with one leader as the General Overseer. Then, they will start building up their Church, using all the available means to attract people and before long, some people will abandon their Church and join this new one. After a while, others will break away from this particular Church and form their own, and the story continues now as a trend, every one of them desiring to rule and oversee their own congregation. The only criteria for breakaway, disintegration, disunity and strife are quarrels and fights, probably over financial or administrative matters. These can be amicably resolved if really the Holy Spirit is with them. The Apostles of Our Lord Jesus Christ had problems among themselves during and after the ascension of Christ, still the problems were resolved.

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