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General Category => Wolves in Sheeps clothing => Topic started by: Psalm 51:17 on June 23, 2017, 10:24:25 am

Title: 7 Traits of False Teachers
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on June 23, 2017, 10:24:25 am
Published on Jun 22, 2017

I recorded seven short videos last night (which are stitched together here) discussing the traits of false teachers. False teachers can be saved or unsaved... and these traits listed can be partly or entirely present. This video candidly discuss some of the shocking things currently being taught. Those traits are as follows:

1. They are men pleaser's.
2. They cast scorn and reproach on real ministries and ambassadors.
3. They are inventors of devices of their own heads and hearts.
4. They pass over weighty matters and stand on lesser matters.
5. They cover and colour their most dangerous doctrines.
6. They strive to win men to their opinions, rather than for the betterment of those men.
7. They make merchandise of their "followers".


Title: Re: 7 Traits of False Teachers
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on July 10, 2017, 09:23:27 am

Ye Did Run Well - Who Tripped You?
Ye Ran Well - Who Tripped You?
7/9/2017 (SUN)
Audio: http://www.sermonaudio.com/playpopup.asp?SID=7917226183

Title: Re: 7 Traits of False Teachers
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on July 14, 2017, 04:08:19 pm

Title: Chastisement, "spiritual warfare" and fiery trials...
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on August 08, 2017, 10:44:18 am
Published on Aug 7, 2017

A frank and plain speaking video about these very topics and the SERIOUS danger of confusing one with another (as many do). Any channel that continually goes on about "spiritual warfare" and "being attacked by the devil"... be careful, the truth of the matter is often far simpler...


Title: Re: 7 Traits of False Teachers
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on August 24, 2017, 04:45:31 pm

Title: Re: 7 Traits of False Teachers
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on August 26, 2017, 02:26:53 pm
Honestly, we should be much more concerned with false teachers bringing in their damnable heresies, which have increased 10-fold now.

Breaking: The Man Who Predicted President Trump's Election Has Just Made Another Prediction!!

According to the man who correctly predicted President Trump's election and 9 prior elections has now predicted that President Trump can avoid impeachment.

RT Reported: Donald Trump may avoid being impeached if he stops behaving like Italian fascist dictator Benito Mussolini and truly renounces all his assets, a renowned political analyst who predicted Trump’s election, exclusively told RT.

Allan Lichtman is a famous American political analyst and professor who has correctly predicted the winner of the popular vote in every presidential election since 1984. In April, Lichtman published his new book entitled ‘The Case for Impeachment’ in which he laid out the reasons why the Congress could remove US President Donald Trump from the Oval Office.

Lichtman told RT he believes the House may impeach Trump, even on the basis of information available at the moment, and should launch an impeachment inquiry immediately.

“It is urgent that the US House of Representatives, which has sole responsibility for impeachment, launch an impeachment investigation. Now we do have a special counsel investigation, but a special counsel is not an impeachment investigator. During Watergate, you had a special prosecutor investigation, you had a special Senate committee investigation and you had an impeachment investigation, or inquiry by the US House judiciary committee. That’s what lacking right now. And there are certainly a plenty of things to investigate.”

Impeachment is not a legal process, Lichtman explained, adding that the impeachment proceeds from the misconduct of public men, or in other words from the abuse or violation of some public trust.

Lichtman said that based just on what is publicly known, “there’s certainly a very strong case for alleged obstruction of justice – I would say at least as strong as the case for obstruction of justice against Bill Clinton for which almost every Republican in the House voted an article of impeachment and of course Trump’s alleged obstruction is on a much more serious matter.”

“I was very surprised by the blatant obstruction of justice. I did not expect an American president to ask for personal loyalty from an FBI head or to ask an FBI head to quash an investigation, and then to fire the head of the FBI and then just admit it openly, that he was firing [him] because he was worried about the Russian investigation,” the analyst said.

In his book, Lichtman dedicated a special section to the steps – eight of them – that in his opinion Trump should take to avoid impeachment.

“If he follows the advice in that chapter – things like respecting the separation of powers and the checks and balances, and cutting the Mussolini-[like] dictatorial acts, truly divesting himself from all his holdings, then it might be possible, but I don’t see the president moving in that direction,” he said.

The only thing that Trump seems to have followed from the suggested list to date is firing chief strategist Steve Bannon, Lichtman added.

Asked about the timing for the possible launch of impeachment procedure, Lichtman said the “truth is that the wheels of American government are moving slowly,” referring to the Watergate scandal that started in 1972, but the House judiciary committee voted articles of impeachment that led to President Nixon’s resignation only two years later.

“As we approach the election of 2018, when every member of the US House is up for re-election, if they feel that Donald Trump is a drag on their political prospects – and that of course is what’s most important to them – you might get enough defection of Republicans, you need about two dozen, about 10% of Republicans in the House to join with Democrats for majority vote on an impeachment inquiry,” he said.

“And of course – it’s still a long shot, but not impossible that Democrats retake the House, then I think we might see a very quick proceeding to an impeachment inquiry when the new House convenes at the beginning of 2019.”

Title: Unscriptural "Christian" Gangs
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on September 16, 2017, 03:34:44 pm

Title: "Because no man layeth it to heart"... observations on pastors and teachers
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on September 19, 2017, 10:17:24 am
A video dealing with the destruction being wrought on the body by pastors and teachers, often self-ordained, who do not take their vital responsibilities seriously or soberly. As i have remarked many times - measure the channel you watch against scripture (Ephesians 4:12).


Title: Re: 7 Traits of False Teachers
Post by: Psalm 51:17 on September 29, 2017, 08:06:51 pm


Iain Murray's latest book on Martyn Lloyd Jones makes a point about his view of preaching.

'he believed that the gospel preached in a worshipping church, and in a local setting, has an advantage over other situations. Here the preacher is not just one man addressing a crowd; he is part of a community of believers who are not onlookers; they are involved; they too are witnesses in whom the Holy Spirit is present.' (p15)

'sermons should be heard in the context of worship not listened to casually as one might listen to anything else' (p19)

We live in an unbelievably individualistic world, and this has not just crept into the church; it has run full steam in and is in danger of wiping us out.  Church is full of difficult people, people we don't naturally get on with each other, but that is the church for which Christ has died.  We neglect these people at our peril. It is the community of God's people that God meets with. Murray continues

'When this is a reality, the incomer is confronted by something that has no counterpart in the world - thus are the secrets of his heart made manifest; and so falling down on his face, he will worship God and report that God is in you of a truth (1 Cor 14:25 av). Something of eternity may be felt on such an occasion: 'Our coming together in public worship should be a foretaste of heaven'.(p15)

You just don't get that listening on your iplayer in the car or listening to sermons because you can't sleep.  We have adopted a celebrity culture in evangelicalism when conferences - or more accurately conference organisers - often feel they are the true barometer of Christianity in our culture.  If numbers are up at a conferences - 'Jubilation God is on the move' but if on the other hand numbers go down - 'people have lost their hunger for the gospel, a sad reflection on the church at this time'.  If 98% of conferences were got rid of would it make any difference?  Admittedly certain speakers would have a lot more time on their hands, but would the church suffer?

All the time the local church is bleeding because people have lost their commitment to the nitty gritty of church life.  Some are frustrated that their ministers aren't half as good as the ones they hear online. Of course the internet can be greatly used for the kingdom. Of course God has used the web ministries, but there is danger for us here.

I recognise there is a danger that we swing to the other extreme of not recognising gifted men and giants in the church. The speakers at many of these conferences are godly men doing a great work, but the danger remains. Local church can seem so dreary compared to the glamorous conferences. For us as ministers we can long to be on the bigger stage and get frustrated with the work that God has called us to do in the local church.

The church of Christ is the apple of Gods eye, the centre of what he is doing.  He cares passionately about our local church life. What goes on in your local church is infinitely more important that what goes on in any conference or any web ministry.  Don't be dazzled by the internet preachers or Christian celebrities.  Be amazed that you have been called to play your part in Gods new community - The church.