Breathing Spiritual Anthrax

Matthew  23:15 He says, “You travel around seeing land and make a proselyte, you want followers to follow you as the spiritual teacher, and when he becomes one of your proselytes, you make him twice as much a son of hell as yourselves.”

You must make him worse. You damn him to a greater damnation.

Most people, you know, in sort of a benign attitude think that the religious people are doing good in the world. They’re spiritual terrorists. They’re destroying the souls of people in safe places, places that appear safe.

Most people, you know, in sort of a benign attitude think that the religious people are doing good in the world. They’re spiritual terrorists. They’re destroying the souls of people in safe places, places that appear safe.

Too many good people are watching TV “spiritual” leaders in the private of their home, and some go to churches on the Weekend and breathe spiritual anthrax.

Preachers who present a half gospel presentation and then ask them to “receive” Christ by repeating a prayer or coming to a altar or to a waiting room, in my opinion is as bad as those who ask you for 1000 dollar “blessed seed” gift.

 

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About Charles e Whisnant

Youth Pastor since 1964.Pastor/Teacher 1971-74, 1980-2001, 2008-2015. Seminary, College, On line training, 50 years of study. A student of of the Bible. Expositional in my teaching. Married for 45 years. Four children and three granddaughter. Currently pastor - teacher in Minford, Ohio. No published books. No TV program. Favorite preachers Spurgeon, Calvin, MacArthur, Lloyd-Jones, Packer, Edwards, Baxter, Puritans.
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One Response to Breathing Spiritual Anthrax

  1. Dave says:

    In fact, knowingly failing to quote Dr. MacArthur would be a violation of the Personal Holiness non-negotiable that you published at http://cwhisna.blogspot.com/2010/12/five-non-negotiables-for-rivers-of-joy.html, would it not?

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