About Furtick and Jakes

This is the first time I will share a post from Instagram. I gained permission from Against Heresies to share this on my blog. Avoid Steven Furtick and T. D. Jakes because they’re heretics.

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Posted @withregram • @rankheresy Looking to blow a bunch of cash on listening to a trinity-denying heretic and his best pal talk about “leadership?” Well, you’re in luck. Modalist T.D Jakes is hosting The 2021 International Leadership Summit (ILS), which will be a “transformative experience for those of you who are ready to become a more agile, effective leader in today’s ever-evolving climate” and “the International Leadership Summit (ILS) continues to be one of the largest, transformative leadership conferences for visionaries, entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs, and leaders around the world.” The conference takes place in Georgia from April 28 to May 1st, and along with Jakes and Steven Furtick, will feature businessmen and women leading who are considered leaders in their industry hosting breakouts sessions such as: Courage to Influence How to Create an Effective Music, Art, and Production Strategy Support, Strategies and Service: The Art of Supporting Your Leader The Masterclass with Tyler Perry Lead with Courage & Character Depending on when you book, for individual attendees, the cost to attend the conference is between $350 and $600. If you want the “premiere experience,” which includes special entrance into the sessions, hospitality seating service, a book, as well as access to the lounge where you can watch streaming TV, have refreshments, and maybe talk with some of the speakers, that’ll cost you a cool thousand bucks. Given that both Jakes and Furtick are both multi-millionaires who live in mansions, routinely wear shoes or shirts that cost thousands of dollars each, and are famous prosperity preachers in their own rights, this should not surprise us.~Pen and Pulpit . . . If you’re considering this, run as fast as you can!

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Elevation Church & Steven Furtick Exposed

Please pray for Steven Furtick and his church, that they will repent of their false teachings and turn to Christ alone for repentance! Please pray that Furtick will change his teachings!

1 But there were false prophets also among the people, even as there shall be false teachers among you, who privily shall bring in damnable heresies, even denying the Lord that bought them, and bring upon themselves swift destruction.

And many shall follow their pernicious ways; by reason of whom the way of truth shall be evil spoken of.

– 2 Peter 2:1-2 KJV

 

 

. . . What’s This???

OK, folks, this is really weird… and evil!!! Bethel is up to no good, that’s for certain! Read the article below. 👇 Avoid Bethel and the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR)!

https://pulpitandpen.org/2020/07/07/bethel-church-casts-out-demon-of-racism-with-wizard-staff-and-incantations/

“Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world.” (1 John 4:1 KJV)

The Spirit of Caleb — Lee Duigon

Caleb was a man who trusted in God in spite of the odds that met him and the Israelites when approaching the Promised Land (Numbers 13). We need more people like Caleb who will stand up for the Lord in the cause of Jesus Christ!

Read this post by author Lee Duigon! Please pray that our faith in Christ will grow more and more each day through the help of the Holy Spirit!

It’s not too late to put our trust in God and get to work like we mean it. Repent of our sins and get busy! – Lee Duigon


Are we really just grasshoppers? You’ll remember from the Bible how the children of Israel, having reached the border of the Promised Land, sent spies to find out what it was like (Numbers, Chapter 13). The spies came back loaded with fruit and other good things. It’s a land flowing with milk and honey, all […]

via The Spirit of Caleb — Lee Duigon

Chess Lessons by Lee Duigon: Lesson Nine

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Chess Lesson 9: the Rooks (aka “Castles”)

Knights and Bishops are Minor Pieces; Rooks and Queens are Major Pieces, because they’re much more powerful. Your two Rooks start the game at opposite ends of your back rank, on the A and H squares. This is ironic: because Rooks work best when they work together, they could hardly start worse off than to be separated by the whole rest of your army. So as you make moves early in the game, you’ll want to position your Rooks so that they can work together and support each other.

The Rook moves straight ahead–forward, backward, right or left, as far as you want it to go, provided nothing else is in the way. Unlike a Bishop, a Rook has access to every square on the board and can often get there in a hurry. Think of your Rooks as self-propelled heavy artillery, well-suited to breaking open a defensive position.

Together, the Rook and the King can execute a peculiar move called “castling,” the only time in chess when you can move more than one piece at a time. There is Queen’s side or “long castling,” to the left of the King, and King’s side or “short castling” to the right of the king.

Rules of castling: Neither the King nor the Rook involved can have moved before: the castling must be their first move. None of the squares covered by the castling move may be subject to enemy attack at the time. No other piece can be in the way between the King and the Rook.

Short castling, if you are White: King on e1, Rook on h1, King moves two squares to the right, to g1, and the Rook hops over him to f1. This is all counted as a single move. For long castling, King on e1, Rook on a1, King moves two squares to the left to c1 and Rook hops over him to d1. If you’re Black, the squares are e8, de8, a8, h8, f8, and c8.
Castling tends to confuse beginners, but eventually they get it.

Reasons for castling: It puts your King in a safer position, and puts your Rook in a more advantageous position from which to cooperate with the other Rook and maneuver offensively.

There’s a lot more to it, of course, but this is probably enough for now.

Lee Duigon, on December 19th, 2018

Lee Duigon is the author of the Bell Mountain series, which currently has 12 volumes. I definitely recommend his books for both kids and adults!

Stay tuned for Lesson Ten!

Exposure to Covid – Update — In His Service and Loving It

Here’s an update from Lydia about the condition of the Covid-19 virus in her church. Please continue in prayer, that the church members will be healed and that there will be no further spread. We must thank the Lord for keeping Lydia’s family safe so far!

6 Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God; and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.

– Philippians 4:6-7 NKJV


First of all, I wanted to thank all of you for your kind words, love, and prayers the past few days regarding our family dealing with being exposed to Covid and dealing with the loss of my little sibling. They mean so much to my family and I. My mom was deeply touched by all […]

via Exposure to Covid – Update — In His Service and Loving It

Comparing the True Gospel with the Prosperity Gospel — Elisha McFarland

The Prosperity Gospel is very dangerous. Elisha McFarland explains the difference between the true Gospel of Jesus Christ and the false Prosperity Gospel.

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This was for my class, Comp II. I had to be unbiased, but it was a lot of fun to write! Two different gospels are being exalted in today’s churches. One gospel is grounded on the teachings of the Bible, while the other is based on the teachings of men. The former, known as the […]

via Comparing the True Gospel with the Prosperity Gospel — Elisha McFarland

Monday Q&A 6: God and Man — Elisha McFarland

In this post, Elisha McFarland explains the center of Christianity: God and man.

“In dying for the scum of the universe, Jesus bridged the gap between holiness and evil and brought us back into the company of His Father.” – Elisha McFarland


In our past three Q&A’s, we have discussed three highly important topics: the character of God, foundations of Christianity, and Scripture. Yet so far, none of these topics have been as important as the one to be discussed today. God and man. Deo et hominibus. Theós kai ánthropos. The center of Christianity.

via Monday Q&A 6: God and Man — Elisha McFarland

What’s Wrong With the Prosperity Gospel?

My friend Unknowable at Lee Duigon’s blog wrote this great comment concerning the prosperity gospel.

That’s a perfect example of twisting scripture to send a message that people will want to hear, but isn’t accurate and doesn’t truly bring people to biblical Christianity.

Yes, God provides for us, but He doesn’t promise us mansions, speedboats or fine automobiles. There’s nothing wrong with having nice things, but keeping our eye simple makes life simpler and easier, in many ways.

The scriptures cover many subjects. It is possible, by taking verse out of context, to claim biblical support for all sorts of things, but that is abusing the scriptures. This practice is called “verse checking”.

Sometimes, people will use examples from the scriptures to justify wrong behavior. The Bible honestly reports the actions of any number of people, but that doesn’t mean that it endorses their wrongdoing.

For example, King David committed adultery with Bathsheba and arranged to have her husband killed in battle. David paid a heavy price for his sins and the peace of his family never recovered. His grandson was King when the 10 northern tribes split away and Israel was never the same.

David is favorably remembered in scripture and was forgiven his sins, but that doesn’t mean that the Bible condones David’s sins.

2 Timothy 4:3 says: “ For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but wanting to have their ears tickled, they will accumulate for themselves teachers in accordance to their own desires,” (NASB)

There are people out there claiming to represent God’s word, whom twist scripture to support all sorts of badness. For virtually any sin, there are people claiming scriptural support exists. Such people claim to be spiritual leaders, but in fact, they are misrepresenting scripture.

Through the years, I’ve adopted a policy of taking scripture literally, unless there is scriptural evidence that it is symbolic. Doing this has helped the Bible to “come alive” for me, seeing that it is truly in harmony with itself and explains God’s purposes in dealing with mankind in a consistent way, from the earliest record in Genesis to the symbolic prophecies of Revelation. The accounts of Noah, Abraham, the Nation of Israel and the early Christians are all consistent.

Scripture is remarkable, in that we can see a common thread from the beginning of creation, all the way to our day. There is nothing else like it in existence.

– Unknowable