Thursday, April 23, 2009

Is Christ Inside Today's Church or Outside the Door Knocking?

This week the Prophecy Update Radio program uncovers the slippery condition of the Christian Church today and puts it into an end time perspective. Host of the Understanding the Times radio program, Jan Markell, interviews best-selling author of Isralestine, The Ancient Blueprints of the Future Middle East Bill Salus.

Many timely prophetic topics are discussed like the coming Christian Apostasy as prescribed in the book of Revelation as well as the current volatile Middle East events. This broadcast brings the listener up to a greater realization of end time’s Bible Prophecy. Find out how the 7 letters to the 7 Churches in Revelation have a prophetic application. LISTEN NOW

1 comment:

Steveng said...

Christians should not use the computer/internet for their daily dose of biblical knowledge. A newly born christian would be more confused than ever to know what the truth is. The best advise is to listen to the street prophets who don't use computers. But modern day christians will not listen to them, as they will not listen to the two prophets as spoken of in Revelation, because they do not conform to any denominational doctrines. How many denominational "churches" would allow a street preacher to preside over their congregation? Almost never.

Denominational "churches" (having their own traditions, ways of living, and interpretations of the bible) are a product of Satan, the father of confusion. A newly born christian would be confused about which church to belong to asking, "Which church is the true church?" Christians bicker among each other saying,"Our church is better," or "Our church has a better pastor," or "Our church has better entertainment." Christians even bicker within the same denomination.

The church has a completely different meaning today than it had in the beginning. The church is not a building ("Did you go to church today?"). Nor is it a denomination ("Our church is better."). Nor is it a non-profit coprporation ("Our church is recognized by the government as being a church."). Jesus is returning not to join with (marry) a building, denomination, or a nonproit organization, but he returns to join with his people, the body of Christ, the church. A christian does not need to join a denominational "church" to be a christian like many denominational "churches" claim, but to do the two commandments spoken of by Jesus. How does a christian stay a chrisitan? Do an online KJV bible search for "one another," "each other," and "encourag" because living a chrisitan life is a 24/7 lifestyle, not a once a week pep talk dished out by denominational "churches."

Praying you and yours peace of mind, joy of spirit, good health and many great friends to share them with in Jesus' name.