It is not uncommon to hear preachers say, "Your prayer was not answered because you didn't have enough faith!" or "He was not healed because he did not have enough faith!" or "That happened because you doubted!" Have you heard such teachings or accusations? We'll examine this teaching by comparing it with what the Bible says.
There is a common false teaching so rampant in Christianity today, which teaches that you have power within you - or that God has given you that power - to imagine, speak and make things happen through words. Is it really what the Bible teaches?
What if I told you that what millions of Christians believe about faith is totally wrong and no different from new age teachings? What if you got it wrong all along? Have you ever examined what the Bible teaches about faith?
We need the following to truly and rightly know God: Word of God. Church History. Guidance of the Holy Spirit. You will agree with me on number one - our idea of God must come from the inspired Word of God - the sixty six books of Canon containing the Old and New testaments. You… Continue reading Why is Church History important?
If you would ask me one word that today's popular prosperity preachers hate, I would immediately say, "repentance". They hate it and its meaning and its implications to the core. They abhor it so much that they twist it into something light, easy and less-important, eventually making it of no effect so that that average,… Continue reading Why Repent Everyday?
You will surely face times in life when those who once walked with you on the way of the Cross turn their backs on the real Christ. They might not turn to the world, the devil or other religions. Instead they might run after prosperity preachers or teachers who proclaim a different ‘Jesus’. I wrote… Continue reading When friends stray
Prosperity Gospel has a world-wide following today. Its preachers preach Christ but not Christ crucified. The worse thing is that those who advocate it not only fail to realize they’re wrong but shamelessly invite others to follow their path – many do. This poem warns us to be careful not to be led astray. Remember… Continue reading Enemies of the Cross