Sunday, February 16, 2014

Excuuuuuuuse Me? Grave Sucking?

Why, oh why are so many quote-unquote Christians so eager to glom onto every new promise of experience, emotion, power or excitement? They fall for every wind of doctrine without any real evidence in the Word of God to back it up.

And if they do claim to have scripture to back it up, that comes in the form of twisted interpretation, unclean versions of the Bible or a phrase taken out of context.

Then some agent of the Enemy begins some new teaching, all too often trying to put the skin of a lamb over the fur of the wolf. Whitewashing stinking tombs and leading the seeking into an occultic experience that has nothing to do with the Holy Spirit or God Almighty.

If it's not running after someone that can turn their fillings to gold (and why would God waste time turning a filling into gold instead of just healing and restoring the tooth? He's not a halfway God and gold is not important to Him), then people are jumping around waiting for some tattooed preacher to kick them with his steel-toed boots to impart some kind of blessing.

If they're not jumping around, then they are laying in circles, emptying their minds and "soaking". Soaking? Where's that in the Bible?

Now, it's grave sucking. Grave sucking? Really?

Well, if these so-call Christians don't have the discernment God gave a duck, then it won't be a surprise when they flock to get in line to accept the Mark of the Beast (which won't be called "mark of the beast"...more likely "government-mandated ID implantable chip"). Because they don't love the Truth enough to read the Word of God for themselves, God Himself will send them a strong delusion that they will believe a lie.

I would hope that no one I know would fall for something as ridiculous as "grave sucking".

To read the full report, click here: Grave sucking

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