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Message Subject AMERICA Denies The Command To Repent Again Destruction Comes
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The apostle Paul also wrote about Christian leaders who would purposely preach their own variations of the gospel:

I know that after my departure savage wolves will come in among you, not sparing the flock; and from among your own selves men will arise, speaking perverse [Greek: perverted, distorted, made crooked] things, to draw away the disciples after them (Acts 20:29-30).

Just like John, Paul understood how the future would bring preachers who would distort our Lord’s gospel, so they could gather a following to themselves. And even though Paul labeled such preachers “savage wolves,” he predicted how God’s people would actually view these preachers as “apostles” of Christ

Today’s Christian religions, whether they be Baptist, Catholic, Methodist, Presbyterian, Adventist, Pentecostal, Evangelical or Mormon — are as different from one-another in doctrines and beliefs — as night is different from day. Nevertheless each Sunday (or Saturday), members of these various denominations happily attend their worship services, completely unaware of how Jesus and His apostles warned their doctrinal differences are symptomatic of extraordinary spiritual danger.

Even though the Lord and His apostles warned you to never trust human preachers, modern Christians prefer the teachings of church pastors over opening their Bibles and reading the Lord’s teachings on their own.

Christians consider their pastors a better source of spiritual truth than the words of Jesus Christ!

They Have No Truth In Them... Wolves

James wrote about those who were boasting to be Christian teachers, while they defiled Christian congregations by speaking with tongues like flames of fire. Overcome by selfish ambition, these self-appointed preachers had turned aside from God’s ways of kindness and love, to embrace teachings that were laced with bitterness, ambition and jealously. Their preaching actually pronounced curses on other Christians. And worst of all, James said these people were inspired by demons!
 
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