A Minority Worldview

WARNING: A Christian, holiness, & biblical worldview.

10 November 2009

Quoting a Quote #12:

"Friend, you cannot legislate the poor into freedom by legislating the wealthy out of freedom. And what one person receives without working for, another person must work for without receiving. The government can't give to anybody anything that the government does not first take from somebody. And when half of the people get the idea they don't have to work because the other half's going to take care of them, and when the other half get the idea it does no good to work because somebody's going to get what I work for. That, dear friend, is about the end of any nation." -Adrian Rogers-

22 October 2009

Shame on Us!

What kind of pastor would allow this kind of irreverance to go on in their church?

What kind of people would stand for this... it's nuts!

17 October 2009

I am a broke loaf of bread in the shadows with talking shoes!?

At one point this poor preacher asked: "Are you with me?"

To which we can quickly, decisively, and thankfully say "No" we are not with him!!

May God save the church from such false prophets & teachers as these.

26 September 2009

Quoting a Quote #11

"The Christianity that attempts to suffer by proxy is not the Christianity of Christ. Each individual Christian business man, citizen, needs to follow in His steps along the path of personal sacrifice to Him. There is not a different path to-day from that of Jesus' own times. It is the same path. The call of this dying century and of the new one soon to be, is a call for a new discipleship, a new following of Jesus, more like the early, simple, apostolic Christianity, when the disciples left all and literally followed the Master. Nothing but a discipleship of this kind can face the destructive selfishness of the age with any hope of overcoming it. There is a great quantity of nominal Christianity today. There is need of more of the real kind. We need revival of the Christianity of Christ. We have, unconsciously, lazily, selfishly, formally grown into a discipleship that Jesus himself would not acknowledge. He would say to many of us when we cry, ‘Lord, Lord,' ‘I never knew you!' Are we ready to take up the cross? Is it possible for this church to sing with exact truth,

‘Jesus, I my cross have taken,
All to leave and follow Thee?'

If we can sing that truly, then we may claim discipleship."

-Charles M Sheldon (from "In His Steps" p237)-