Category: discernment

Let God’s Word Be Made Flesh In You

We Are Deceived If We Are Missing The Revelation Of Jesus! In the last post, we talked about how human tradition has influenced scripture translation. We are into considering scholarship, history, and context. However, if our approach to scripture is

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Coronavirus And Fear

I was going to write something else today but I felt it was important to talk about this, even though it’s a sensitive and politically charged topic and I risk offending some people. We need to see the big picture

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The Wheat And The Tares

So guys, I’ve just done several blog posts on how common tithe teachings undermine the gospel message and how churches break God’s commands for the sake of this human tradition. In the first article, “Tithing And Injustice,”I shared that until now

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I Have Anguish In My Heart For The Church

In the last post, I suddenly came out and shared my position on tithing openly, which I had mostly only hinted at in my blog until now. I had a burning in my heart to write, and I felt like

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Is Bill Johnson A False Teacher?

Our last post, Is Bethel Church a Cult?, addressed the criticisms of Bethel church in the first part of an article someone sent me titled Bethel Church Believes a Different Gospel. Today we are responding to the second part of that article, which

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Is Bethel Church A Cult?

Is Bethel Church Deceiving People? Some time ago, someone left several comments on one of my Facebook posts, warning about Bill Johnson as a “false teacher.” I’ve never been to Bethel church, but I have friends who have. Bill Johnson’s teaching

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What To Do If You Discern Something’s Wrong

This is the third post in our series on discerning problems. Even though discernment is probably more about seeing what the Holy Spirit is doing than about sensing problems, these three posts focus on how to judge “discernment” of problems,

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Discerning Your Own Discernment

Last week we talked about discerning other people’s discernment. If you have such an expectation for error in the church that you quickly latch on to slanderous reports and assume the worst of everybody, you are the one who is

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How To Discern Other People’s Discernment

Guys, I figured I’d share some of my thoughts and experience with discernment in the next three posts. I’ve noticed two unhealthy trends related to discernment. We’ll look at them this week. Next week we’ll talk about how to discern

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