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Not Afraid

Many fear the Lord –and I do not mean reverential fear–I mean they are afraid of Him. Have you ever had a dog that feared you and would not come to you when you call?  The caption for the picture Read more…


God does not dwell in man-made temples

I lived in Jerusalem, Israel for six months in 1997 about 15 minutes walk from the Damascus Gate of the Old City. In those days like many other Christians before me and since I went to the Kotel (the Western Read more…


Sin Gospel is no Gospel

Under the Old Covenant sin separated people from God, under the New Covenant sinners HAVE BEEN reconciled to God. Christians run around trying to get people to feel guilty for their many sins…but  God has ALREADY FORGIVEN the sins of Read more…


Does many mean all?

It is amazing how the blinkers blind us from what the Bible clearly says. When we have preconceived ideas about God’s Salvation we have already decided how many people are going to be saved. Yet Scripture clearly tells us that Read more…


Being God to others

The other day I was about to reach for the door handle at my work place when it opened abruptly and one of the other truck drivers got a fright when he saw me standing there unexpectedly. He actually blurted Read more…


To those who the called–Good.

Yesterday I heard the DJ on a Christian radio station give his little preach on Romans 8:28. You know one of those little preaches at the end of the News segment which is supposed to encourage you and me? These Read more…


How will anything change?

At 4am sitting on my forklift and my truck driver co worker is telling me how bad the world is. Truck drivers spend a lot of time thinking whilst they do long hours on the highway. I said that I Read more…


Hating sin and loving the sinner?

Contrary to popular belief God is not focused upon sin. Focusing upon sin in our own lives instead of our Righteousness causes us to judge others and even to hate!


Corrective Services

The Father’s judgments are merciful – meant for our good–for the correction of law breakers as opposed to the idea of punishment.


The end of an age

I get the sense that we are in between two ages–the outward church age and the inward age of Tabernacles. For two thousand years the church in her immaturity has tried very hard to be like Jesus. But that time Read more…


In Hell Forever

Jesus died on the cross and went to Hell forever according to the thinking of the majority of my brothers and sisters. Let me slap you around the side of the head a bit.  🙂 Jesus used the story of Read more…


Is God successful?

“God was in Christ reconciling the world to himself,” writes St. Paul. And Jesus said that He came to “seek and to save the lost (or perished)” Did He succeed? He cried out on the cross “Father forgive them…” and Read more…


Eternity in the Bible

I first read Gerry Beauchemin’s book about 6 or 7 years ago and it confirmed in my spirit what my heavenly Father had been trying to show me. The internal contradiction of a loving heavenly Father who threatens us with Read more…


Hell is all pervasive

One of the biggest tares in the modern church , for the last 1500 years is the wrong translation of a few key words in Hebrew and Greek. I can already feel the oppression on my head from offended brothers Read more…


Trying hard to be righteous?

The people of the world will tell you that being a good person is all that is needed. They may even quote Jesus and say, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you” and you shall surely Read more…


What is the best way to fall into sin?

I do not mean to incite a brother or a sister to sin I ask the question to expose the truth which I hope will help those who are stuck in sinful patterns. I write to born again Christians, those Read more…


An immortal soul?

Traditions in the Church work against the truth of God keeping us in blindness and error. We all have them. One such tradition is the teaching of the immortal soul. A Biblical understanding of the make up of man is Read more…


Sheol is the grave and that is all it is

This is the fifth part in a series: The destructive effects of Hell teachings by Dennis Rhodes. It’s about time the church of Jesus Christ stood up and said enough to the blasphemous message of eternal punishment in a literal Read more…


The destructive effects of Hell teachings part 4

In this fourth part we continue to look at Hell teachings. In the previous post we saw the first 9 times Jesus is said to say the word Hell when in FACT he does not use a word which literally Read more…


The destructive effects of Hell teachings part 3

There are “good” reasons why Christians reject any talk against the teaching of eternal Hell for sinners. Each one of those reasons I would call a Tare which shall be gathered together and bound into bundles to be burned. That Read more…