What We Teach

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Much of what we teach has become controversial although it should not be, because it was mainstream doctrine for hundreds of years. It has only been in the last one hundred or so years and mostly in the last few decades that almost all of the churches in America have either avoided teaching, or have perverted, true Bible doctrines. Little by little bits of the world, bits of Roman Catholicism, bits of secular humanism and many other pagan religions have all crept into Christian doctrine, thought and behavior. Since God does not change, and has not changed His mind or His Doctrine, and we do not operate on popular opinion, we see no reason to change the doctrine which we teach since it comes only from the Bible.

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Some of our visitors will be exposed for the first time to Bible truths they never knew and will dig deeper, while others will take offense rather than pray and study. All we can suggest is that access to the site is a free two way street for all visitors and we are not here to offend anyone for the sake of offending, but to provoke all to reflection, prayer, and study.

For those who choose to explore further you will encounter a lot of Scripture verses taken only from the King James Bible and I realize some people don't like to read Bible verses but that is where we get our authority. My words have no power to convict or to save, and no authority to direct, but God's Word does. We should not only read the Bible and individual verses, but we should savor them, mull them over in our mind and let them sink down into our heart as we open the Bible and study the context. It is how we grow in true wisdom, knowledge, and holiness. If we are to be convicted of the sin in our life, to be Sanctified and ultimately to be prepared for that prepared place, Heaven, we MUST read the Bible. There is no other way to accomplish these goals for the Christian. tiny cross

For do I now persuade men, or God? or do I seek to please men? for if I yet pleased men, I should not be the servant of Christ. See then that ye walk circumspectly, not as fools, but as wise, Redeeming the time, because the days are evil. ~ Ephesians 5:15-16; Galatians 1:10