The internet has truly changed our way of life. It has changed how we socialize, how we search for information, and how we express ourselves. No area has been more disastrously affected than the Christian Church.
In this digital age, anyone can run a talk show, online church or "theology" web site. If you peruse some of the Internet radio shows, or web sites, you may hear things such fallacies as:
This is serious. If you look deeper, you will find many who cannot or will not exist in a Church and under the leadership of any pastor. They are rebellious, Prideful and self-righteous. These are the people proclaiming to be the remnant Christians and put themselves over others.
This is serious stuff. It has truly alarmed me to see the delusion that is taking place with these online forums, talk shows and sites.
So many Christians waste so much time complaining about how bad Christian churches are, that they have No time left to actually pray for them. There is so much delusion and negativity, that it is leading many into false doctrine, and in some cases, away from the truth. I spoke to one man who was told that he has a Jezebel spirit, and he was too far gone to repent. This is just one of many horror stories.
It is important to be accountable to a leader, to respect those who are learned in scriptures, for all of us to have a spirit of humbleness, and to be able to learn. The Bible tells us that rebellion is like the sin of divination, and arrogance like the evil of idolatry. (1 Samuel 15:23).
We need to practice Spiritual discernment and check out whatever we hear. Anything that does not line up with the scriptures should be rejected and in many cases, that teacher should also be rejected.
Finally, Let us take time to pray for those things that are false, and misleading. If the church is asleep, pray it will wake up. If Error is being preached, pray that GOD will expose and fix it. Sometimes we spend so much time complaining and pointing fingers, that we have no time to take it to the Lord and pray about what's wrong.
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