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Don’t be deceived

For a while now I have stopped reading posts from certain people because after much observation I have seen that they have nothing to offer except to take scriptures and twist it to justify a very faulty position they have taken.

There is no problem because I know where it will all end

Psalms 37:35
I have seen the wicked in great power, and spreading himself like a green bay tree.

Psalms 37:36
Yet he passed away, and, lo, he was not: yea, I sought him, but he could not be found.

Psalms 37:37
Mark the perfect man, and behold the upright: for the end of that man is peace.

Psalms 37:38
But the transgressors shall be destroyed together: the end of the wicked shall be cut off.

Apart from diligently studying the word, it is also important for every minister to study history.

History will always repeat itself in every generation.

You can always predict how certain issues will end if you know history.

Every 30 years or so there is always an attempt by the enemy to fulfil the prophecy in 2 Peter, and smuggle some heresies into the body of Christ (2 Peter 2:1). The nature of the ministers peddling this is very consistent with the lord of darkness himself, they are loud, arrogant and deceitful (2 Peter 2:10); trying to entice those who are of God and have escaped this error (2 Peter 2:18)

Yesterday someone sent me what another person wrote, something about how even the Lord Jesus acted in the flesh when he got angry but didn’t sin in his spirit, all in a bid to justify their doctrine of a Christian can sin in his flesh but he is still pure in his spirit!!!

This is is not only funny but it is causing God’s people to feel great pity

I hope you know that the devil can quote scriptures, so don’t be deceived by the quoting of scriptures. Not only can he quote, he quoted scriptures to Jesus.

We have said it before that some people will soon produce their own bibles where every scripture that contradicts their position will be removed. They disregard the Old Testament and the Gospels and twist the Epistles

Before it was Peter who didn’t get it right, now it is the Lord Jesus himself; very soon it will be God the Father who made a mistake getting angry; all in a bid to push out this idea of a God that has no wrath and no judgment!!!

The Bible has spoken about these men. If you read 2 Peter 3:2-10

In verses 2&3, it shows that these people will scoff at the Old Testament and the words of Jesus, which they are now doing.

In verses 4&5, it shows they will scoff at the coming judgment of God.

Verse 6-8 tell us of that judgment and 9&10 says the Lord is being patient with them.

No wonder when the disciples asked Jesus about his coming, the first thing He said was to warn “Take heed that no man deceive you” (Matthew 24:4)


The true gospel of Christ contains a life transforming power, it never leaves anyone the same.

God bless you.