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Friday, November 11, 2011


Thank you, VETERAN, past, present and future!
Thank you for showing the world what a VOLUNTARY military is all about!
Thank you to your most sacrificing families, whose grand moments you miss because you are doing something more important to you and them:
providing us with continued freedom!
May God ever bless you and yours!
Our gratitude is eternal!

A very powerful cartoon.....please keep it going.
This should be posted in every school in the " USA ."

Only 31 words -- Think about it!

Isn't life strange? I never met one Veteran who enlisted to fight for Socialism!


Tell me, again, whose country is this?

Therefore, I have a very hard time understanding why there is such a problem in having 'In God! We Trust' on our money and having 'God' in the Pledge of Allegiance. It is our heritage and how our country was built upon.

I believe it's time we stand up for what we believe, so many brave soldiers fought & died for and for what this great country was founded on...freedom and democracy!

If you agree, pass this on.



Monday, October 31, 2011

MORE Common Scripture Misconceptions by Bryan Denlinger of Bible Believers Fellowship


Bryan Denlinger Bible Believers Fellowship
SUN 10/30/2011

More Sermon Details:   
In this sermon we cover the following 5 things. 
1. "That's a lie straight out of Hell!"
2. The lost go to Hell because Christians don't warn
3. When in Rome do as the Romans do!
4. Animals go to heaven/ heaven will be what I like!
5. You can't pray wearing a hat?

Related post:

Common Scripture Misconceptions by Bryan Denlinger

Bryan Denlinger Bible Believers Fellowship 
SUN 08/14/2011

More Sermon Details:   
Are there words in your vocabulary that have no basis
in scripture? What is the importance of words and

In this sermon we first look at some of the words
used by people today, and see if these words appear
in the King James Bible. Of special note is the word
"human". What are the origins of this word? Why is it
that even Noah Webster admitted in his 1828
dictionary, that the roots of the word "human" are
somewhat unknown? Why is the Bible word "man" being
changed to "human"? You will be shocked to learn the

In the second part of this sermon we cover 5 popular
things believed by many Christians today, and then
examine the scriptures to see if these things are
really true. These five beliefs are:

1. Praying without repetition.
2. Call no man a "fool".
3. Turn the other cheek.
4. "Freely ye have received, freely give".
5. Call no man "father".



Friday, October 28, 2011

The Devil And Music (Parts 1 & 2) by Bryan Denlinger of Bible Believers Fellowship

12 Son of man, take up a lamentation upon the king of Tyrus, and say unto him, Thus saith the Lord God; Thou sealest up the sum, full of wisdom, and perfect in beauty.
13 Thou hast been in Eden the garden of God; every precious stone was thy covering, the sardius, topaz, and the diamond, the beryl, the onyx, and the jasper, the sapphire, the emerald, and the carbuncle, and gold: the workmanship of thy tabrets and of thy pipes was prepared in thee in the day that thou wast created.
14 Thou art the anointed cherub that covereth; and I have set thee so: thou wast upon the holy mountain of God; thou hast walked up and down in the midst of the stones of fire.
15 Thou wast perfect in thy ways from the day that thou wast created, till iniquity was found in thee.
16 By the multitude of thy merchandise they have filled the midst of thee with violence, and thou hast sinned: therefore I will cast thee as profane out of the mountain of God: and I will destroy thee, O covering cherub, from the midst of the stones of fire.
17 Thine heart was lifted up because of thy beauty, thou hast corrupted thy wisdom by reason of thy brightness: I will cast thee to the ground, I will lay thee before kings, that they may behold thee.
18 Thou hast defiled thy sanctuaries by the multitude of thine iniquities, by the iniquity of thy traffick; therefore will I bring forth a fire from the midst of thee, it shall devour thee, and I will bring thee to ashes upon the earth in the sight of all them that behold thee.
19 All they that know thee among the people shall be astonished at thee: thou shalt be a terror, and never shalt thou be any more.
Ezequiel 28:12-19 (King James Bible)

Bryan Denlinger | The History of Rock and Roll Bible Believers Fellowship

Bryan Denlinger | Good Christian Music Bible Believers Fellowship

Study Details:
In this special study we will read quotes from some of the top names in the rock and roll industry, which prove the satanic source of rock music! You will hear these musicians admit that the term "rock and roll" was originally a euphemism for fornication!

I will prove that there is a SCIENTIFIC difference between music that is primarily based on melody and harmony, as opposed to music with a primary emphasis on rhythm.

I will also show proof that the rock and roll movement was about demon possession and sex, dating the whole way back into the early 1930's! You will see that the supposed "contemporary" music is in reality very old and VERY pagan!

This is an extremely important study!



Wednesday, October 26, 2011


How very appropriate that I should have gotten this today, after yesterday having had to UNfriend someone on Facebook most "unlovingly" by her standards! This is one who idolizes the likes of Jack Schaap whose sermons I have had the displeasure to hear for the lack of Scripture in them, the preaching of the Social Gospel to ooze out of every breath he took! In effect, my ex-friend was rebuked several times for the LACK of Christ in her posts SUBSTITUTED for "LOVE" which, according to Julian Lennon's "artwork," and several of the midget minds who "liked" the post, is the SOLUTION! Small wonder that Christ be nowhere on the horizon for these!

As, praise God, one friend opined:

As many as I love, I rebuke and chasten: 
be zealous therefore, and repent.
Revelation 3:19 (King James Bible)

Nothing can be truer, as I responded, that although I have not ceased to love her, I will not be associated with anyone who presumes to be a Christian, but promotes UNbelievers' ridiculous views! There is nothing with which the word of God does not offer us the proper solution, no pun intended, which is but there to be used!


October 26, 2011 
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I receive many e-mails from people who tell me that I have no love because I judge other professing Christians and I warn plainly of sin and error. The following is typical of these:


“And to question the faith of both Jim Cymbala and Billy Graham? Do you not know God? Do you not know how He works? You can spend your whole life debating over issues as such, but until you receive the gift of genuine love in your heart, you’ll never understand or gain anything” (Letter from a student at Cedarville Christian College, Oct. 7, 2002). 


(Note: I have NOT questioned these men’s faith; I have questioned their doctrine and practice. There is a significant difference.)


The writer is convinced that my preaching against the errors of men such as Cymbala and Graham is evidence that I have no love in my heart. By this philosophy, which is popular and dominant today, one who loves will not judge doctrine or rebuke those who are perceived to be false.


Those who write in this manner will quote verses such as John 13:34-35: “A new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I have loved you, that ye also love one another. By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, If ye have love one to another.” 


They are convinced that such verses refute the fundamentalist position out of hand.


When Jack Van Impe turned his back in the mid-1980s on the fundamentalism that he had been a part of for decades, he wrote a book titled “Heart Disease in Christ’s Body,” whereby he severely condemned fundamentalists. He labeled them hate-mongers and said that it is unloving to mark and avoid error. He explained that he was going to dedicate the rest of his life to “loving” every type of Christian, and that he was never again going to judge anyone. Following are his words: 


“Let’s forget our [denominational and doctrinal] labels--over 20,000 of them--and come together in love and the pope has called for that, as we’re going to see in a moment. But, Rexella [Van Impe’s wife], the fruit of the Spirit is love (Gal. 5:22). ... Till I die I will proclaim nothing but love for all my brothers and sisters in Christ, my Catholic brothers and sisters, Protestant ... Christian Reformed, Lutherans, I don’t care what label you are...” (Jack Van Impe Presents, July 23, 1995).


We see that Van Impe, following the popular line, equates Christian love with ecumenical unity and with not judging doctrine and practice. According to the ecumenical thinking, Christian love means tolerance of other doctrines and practices.


THE CHRISTIAN ROCK CROWD holds the same philosophy. They despise those who judge sin and error plainly. They consider them unloving and narrow-minded and hypocritical. For example, one Christian rocker wrote to say:


“Wow, reading your statements have truly disgusted me. I am revolted. I say with complete sarcasm, thank you for that excellent display of the Love of Christ. Sin has been defined as ‘missing the mark,’ and never has one missed the mark as soundly and completely as you have.”


That is typical of hundreds of e-mails and letters I have received from those who defend Christian rock music. Notice that the writer sarcastically rebukes me for being unloving. He assumes that because I preach against certain styles of music and certain lifestyles that I do not have the love of Christ. To him, it is impossible to love and also to be a fundamentalist in position. 


By the way, we see here that Contemporary Christian Music is not merely about music; it is a philosophy of Christianity that features a non-judgmental, tolerance position. 


So we see that this philosophy has permeated Christianity today. Multitudes of professing believers are being taught by the popular radio preachers and by the best-selling authors and from the pulpits of their own churches that it is unloving to judge sin and error in a plain manner and that the tiny minority that are still involved in such things are mean-spirited people who need to learn the love of Christ so they will stop being so hateful and narrow-minded. 


Is this a scriptural position? Certainly not. Since it is God Himself, the very God of love, who has commanded the believer to judge doctrine and to exercise discernment between truth and error and to separate from false teaching and to discipline sin, it could not possibly be contrary to love to do these things!




The loving God commands believers to expose error. There is only one right doctrine, and that is the doctrine of the apostles as we have it in the New Testament Scriptures, and every doctrine that is contrary to that is false and is to be exposed. The Lord’s apostles did this repeatedly. The loving apostle Paul, for example, in his epistles to the preacher Timothy, warned about false teachers and compromises BY NAME 10 different times (1 Tim. 1:20; 2 Tim. 1:15; 2:17; 3:8; 4:12, 14). He said:


“Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth. But shun profane and vain babblings: for they will increase unto more ungodliness. And their word will eat as doth a canker: of whom is Hymenaeus and Philetus; Who concerning the truth have erred, saying that the resurrection is past already; and overthrow the faith of some” (2 Tim. 2:15-18). 


Notice how the loving apostle Paul instructed Timothy, another loving and faithful preacher of that day. He told him to study the Word of God that he might know sound doctrine, but he did not stop there. Timothy was not merely to know the truth for himself and be content with that; he was not merely to be “positive” for the truth; he was to go beyond that to expose and warn about those who taught false things. To illustrate how Timothy was to deal with error, the loving Paul used the specific example of two preachers of his day, Hymenaeus and Philetus. They had erred from the truth in spiritualizing a prophetic event and Paul said they were dangerous. He used very strong language to condemn them. 


We must understand that these two men were professing Christians of that day, and yet Paul did not hesitate to expose and warn of them. Can you imagine how Hymenaeus and Philetus felt about Paul’s warning? Surely they were angry with him for saying that their doctrine was not sound. “Who does that Paul think he is, anyway!” And think of how their followers must have felt toward Paul. Doubtless they attacked Paul as unloving and mean-spirited and as puffed up in his own sense of importance. Doubtless, Hymenaeus and Philetus and their followers treated the Pauls and Timothys and Tituses of that day precisely as the ecumenists today treat fundamentalists who are striving against error. 


What if Timothy himself had replied to Paul: “Paul, I don’t think I will follow that pattern. It doesn’t seem to be very loving to run around exposing other believers as false. You are too harsh, Paul. You need to live and let live. Are we not all the body of Christ? Don’t you love Hymenaeus and Philetus? Don’t they love Jesus, too? Why are you so mean-spirited and narrow-minded? Leave judgment to the Lord. Your business is simply to love, and love doesn’t judge”? Would Timothy have thereby been accepted in his ministry? Would God have rewarded him for taking such a position?


In fact, Paul was not being unloving when he exposed Hymenaeus and Philetus as false teachers. He was being very loving. In so doing, Paul revealed his love for Jesus, who is the Truth; and he revealed his love for the church, which is the pillar and ground of the truth; and he revealed his love for the Lord’s sheep, because he was willing to protect them from dangerous wolves. Furthermore, he thereby revealed his love for Hymenaeus and Philetus themselves, because if we love someone we will speak plainly about things that will destroy them, and probably nothing is more destructive than false teaching. 


True Christian love exposes error and warns of its danger.




Love also demands holy living and disciplines sin. In almost every epistle to the churches, we see that the apostles demanded strict holy living and reproved those who were sinning. When the loving apostle Paul wrote to the preacher Titus to instruct him in how to conduct his ministry, he said:


“For the grace of God that bringeth salvation hath appeared to all men, Teaching us that, denying ungodliness and worldly lusts, we should live soberly, righteously, and godly, in this present world; Looking for that blessed hope, and the glorious appearing of the great God and our Saviour Jesus Christ; Who gave himself for us, that he might redeem us from all iniquity, and purify unto himself a peculiar people, zealous of good works. These things speak, and exhort, and rebuke with all authority. Let no man despise thee” (Titus 2:11-15). 


Notice what Titus, in Christian love, was instructed to do. He was told that the true grace of God saves men freely through faith in the sacrifice of Christ (Eph. 2:8-9), but that same grace also teaches believers to live godly, separated lives. True grace does not teach believers that they can live as they please. That is not grace but license. It is a misuse of grace. It is the old error of antinomianism, which taught that believers, because they are forgiven, are free to live pretty much howsoever they will. Paul rebuked that wicked error and taught Titus that he was to preach strict holy living. He was to SPEAK, AND EXHORT, AND REBUKE WITH ALL AUTHORITY.” That sounds like strong, fundamentalist preaching to me! 


What if Titus had said to Paul, “Paul, I don’t want to be so harsh-sounding in my preaching. I don’t think it is loving to be so judgmental about how the Lord’s people live. I think I will tone down the preaching so it sounds more loving”? Would Titus have thereby been accepted in his ministry? Would God have rewarded him for taking such a position?


Furthermore, when believers ignore this strong preaching on holy living and they openly sin, they are to be disciplined. The church at Corinth was instructed in this fashion. There was a believer in Corinth who was living in fornication; and instead of judging him the church was “puffed up.” This carnal church had the philosophy of tolerance toward sin and error, and they were proud of their spirit of non-judgmentalism! The loving apostle Paul twice rebuked them for this great error (1 Cor. 5:1-6; 2 Cor. 11:1-4). He instructed them to repent of their broadmindedness and to judge sin and to judge error. 


What if the church at Corinth had replied to Paul, “We don’t accept what you are saying. Who are we to judge others? Are we not sinners ourselves? Do we not have our own problems to take care of? We say that judgment should be left up to God, and for ourselves we will just love and be loved.” Would the church at Corinth have thereby been accepted? Would God have rewarded them for such a thing? 


Of course not. True Christian love preaches holy living and it rebukes and disciplines sin. It is not the love of God that causes professing saints to overlook sin and error; it is carnality and a spirit of disobedience to God’s Word. 


To preach strongly against sin is to love people, because sin defiles and destroys. To rebuke sin is to love the church of God, because sin defiles His church. Paul warned the church at Corinth that they must deal with sin because, “a little leaven leaveneth the whole lump” (1 Cor. 5:6). To preach boldly and plainly against sin is also to love God, because sin is against the holy God and because God has commanded us to rebuke it. 


True Christian love preaches strict holy living and disciplines sin.




Furthermore, it is a very loving thing to contend for the faith. The loving Jude demanded this:


“Beloved, when I gave all diligence to write unto you of the common salvation, it was needful for me to write unto you, and exhort YOU THAT YE SHOULD EARNESTLY CONTEND FOR THE FAITH WHICH WAS ONCE DELIVERED UNTO THE SAINTS” (Jude 3). 


Notice how this responsibility is described. The loving Holy Spirit uses the Greek word epagonizomai. It is a very strong word and is well translated in our Authorized Version by the English words “earnestly contend.” It means to strive for, to fight for, to defend against, but also to do that in a vigorous, earnest manner. 


And this is not a responsibility that is given only to preachers. Jude is addressing believers in general. It is every Christian’s duty to engage in this battle.  


And notice more carefully exactly what we are to fight for -- “the faith once delivered to the saints.” This tells us that the Christian faith was completed in the days of the apostles. It was not left for some Catholic church council hundreds of years later to decide what the faith was. The Christian faith was delivered to the apostles by the Holy Spirit, and it was completed in their day. That “faith once delivered” is the one absolute and complete standard by which doctrine and practice is to be judged. From that day until the Lord returns, the job of every true believer is to fight to defend that one true faith against every false doctrine. Timothy was instructed not to allow “ANY other doctrine” (1 Tim. 1:3). That is a very, very narrow view of doctrinal purity. If a preacher seeks to obey Paul’s command in 1 Timothy 1:3 and Jude 3, he will not be able to hold hands with those who have a different doctrine. How could he? His task is to hold the one true faith and to earnestly contend against every false thing! It is absolutely impossible to be ecumenical in any sense while seeking to obey 1 Timothy 1:3 and Jude 3 and other such obligations of the Scriptures.


And in fact, it is a very loving thing to earnestly contend for the faith once delivered to the saints, because the truth sets men free, while error corrupts and destroys. Thus, those who earnestly contend for the faith love men and want to see them walk in the truth; and they love God and want to be faithful to His Word; and they love the Lord’s church and want to see it shine in its purity; and they love the Holy Spirit, who is “the Spirit of TRUTH”; and they love the truth itself. The faithful soldier loves those for whom and that for which he fights. 


True Christian love earnestly contends for the faith.




Finally, true Christian love not only preaches holy living and rebukes and disciplines sin and exposes error and earnestly contends for the faith, but true Christian love goes even further and separates from false and sinful things. 


The loving Paul taught the believers at Ephesus that it was not enough for them to live pure moral lives for themselves; they were to separate from and even rebuke sinful things. 


“And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, BUT RATHER REPROVE THEM” (Eph. 5:11).


Notice the command that the loving Holy Spirit gives through the loving preacher Paul. Believers are not to have fellowship with evil things, and not only that, but they are to reprove evil things. This is what has gotten the saints into trouble through the ages. Ordinarily, the world doesn’t mind if a Christian lives a holy life to himself and his family, as long as he “minds his own business” and doesn’t rebuke others for how they live. But as soon as the Christian starts telling other people how they are to live and rebuking sin in them, he finds himself in “hot water.” John the Baptist is an example. He did not preach against sin merely in generalities. He was very plain. And when he rebuked Herod for taking his brother’s wife contrary to the law of God, he made an implacable enemy of Herod’s new wife and her animosity toward him resulted in his death (Matt. 14:1-12). 


Furthermore, Christians are not only to separate from and rebuke sinful things but also to separate from false doctrine and those who teach it. The following is only one of many commandments to this end. Notice what the loving apostle Paul taught the believers at Rome:


“Now I beseech you, brethren, mark them which cause divisions and offences contrary to the doctrine which ye have learned; and avoid them” (Rom. 16:17). 


There are two obligations here. First, the loving brethren are to mark those who teach false things, which means they are to plainly identify them as to whom they are; and secondly, they are to avoid those who teach false things. “Avoid” is a term referring to separation. 


And how are we to know what is false? Ecumenists today argue that it is not reasonable to think that a believer can know the truth in such a fashion that he can say that others are wrong. That is not what the Bible teaches, though. The standard for truth is the teaching of the apostles, and that which is contrary to their teaching is false. It is that simple. Where had the believers at Rome learned their doctrine? From the Apostle Paul. Thus, he is instructing them that if they find doctrine that is different from that which he had taught them, they were to reject it and avoid it. The child of God is commanded to study the Word of God and to rightly divide it (2 Tim. 2:15) and then to judge everything by that standard. If is it not possible to know the rightly divide the Scriptures, why does God command us to do it? 


And, in fact, it is a very loving thing to mark and avoid false teachers. To do so is to love those who are in danger of being deceived by the false teachers. To pretend that the false teachers are not teaching error and to associate with them as if nothing were wrong is an unloving act toward those who will be deceived by their error. To separate from those who are teaching error is also an act of love toward the sound churches, because in marking and avoiding those who err, we protect the churches from their corrupting ministries. 


True Christian love separates from false and sinful things.




Do I hear someone protest, “What you say is true and there is no doubt that we have an obligation to do these things, but I know some fundamentalists who are genuinely unloving and truly mean-spirited.” 


My reply is that it is always wrong to be mean-spirited and carnal. If I am fighting for the truth in an ungodly manner, that is wrong; and the soldier must continually guard his spirit, because the flesh is weak and it is easy to fall into the trap of fighting the Lord’s battles in the old ugly flesh. 


But such failures are personal problems and are not something that reflects on the ministry of fighting for the faith in general. It is unwise to reject biblical fundamentalism as defined as obedience to the scriptural obligations we have cited in this article, because of the shortcomings of certain fundamentalists. 


I can show you many fundamentalists, myself including, who have grown in spiritual grace as they have progressed in their Christian sanctification, and who are capable of expressing more graciousness in their dealings after 40 years in the ministry than they could after five!


Further, I can show you just as many unloving and carnal new evangelicals as you can show me unloving and carnal fundamentalists. That is a serious problem, but it is a personal problem.




In conclusion, judging and separating from sin and error is not contrary to Christian love. True Christian love is not a mushy tolerance of error. This is a false definition of Christian love. 


The loving apostle John taught us the true definition:


“For this is the love of God, that we keep his commandments: and his commandments are not grievous” (1 Jn. 5:3).
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Sunday, October 2, 2011


If the Lord Jesus knew that one night each year a steady stream of unsaved children would come to His door asking for a treat, would He...
Run off to church and ignore them so He could fellowship with other believers?
Stay home, but turn off the lights and hide in the back room?
Use this once-a-year opportunity to share His love with these precious lost souls?
Message from Jack Chick from Chick Publications on Vimeo.

This year, don't let this unique witnessing opportunity slip by. By dropping Chick tracts (and some candy) in Trick-or-Treat bags, you can give hundreds of kids (and their families) the gospel, all without leaving your home. If you like doing what Jesus would do, here's your chance.

Kids need your help! Give them the Gospel this Halloween.

This year, don't let this unique witnessing opportunity slip by. By dropping Chick tracts (and some candy) in Trick-or-Treat bags, you can give hundreds of kids (and their families) the gospel, all without leaving your home. If you like doing what Jesus would do, here's your chance.

Kids need your help! Give them the Gospel this Halloween.
Suggested Tracts For Halloween
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When handing out Chick tracts on Halloween, consider the ages of the trick-or-treaters when deciding which tracts to drop in their bags. Some tracts are designed for young children, while others are better suited for older kids and teens. Chick tracts are $.16 each or $4.00 per package of 25. (Discounts begin at quantities of 1,000 or more.)

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Young Children
Older Kids and Teens
The Devil's Night
The Little Ghost
Happy Halloween
Charlie's Ants
The Little Princess
A Demon's Nightmare
Best Friend
The Walking Dead?
This Was Your Life
Soul Sisters
A Love Story
One Way!
Party Girl

Not sure yet? Read this before you decide:
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Here's why so many Christians use Chick Tracts on Halloween.

It's fun to hear what they say when they get Chick tracts.

Parents will get the gospel, too.

Kids grow up, and are replaced by more kids.

Don't let this be you!

What are we teaching our kids?

Do you have room in your life for a blessing?

Halloween Chick Tract usage ideas.