In her cunning (2 Corinthians 11:3) and evil manipulation of words to mislead the majority who only read her headlines.
#3 Three Harvest Staff Do Not Confirm Sexual Abuse Claim Against James MacDonald, but Others Indicate Alleged Incident Was Well-Known
by Julie Roys, February 16, 2019
Again – the twisting and manipulation of words – truly evil and revealing JuLiar’s intent: she wants to destroy. I cannot say too much about this, as it involves our litigation against Mancoward.
The alleged ‘incident’ involved just 5 people, asleep after midnight, crammed in a space smaller than a Volkswagon, 2 in bucket seats facing the back, 3 on a bench seat facing forward, with a women in the middle. Nothing happened – nothing – and the other 3 people present wrote sworn statements giving their word that nothing happened. Yet JuLiar headlines, “Three Harvest Staff Do Not Confirm Sexual Abuse Claim” – no, I guess they don’t. In fact, they flat out denied it.1 (more…)
In Genesis 3, the Bible reveals that Satan’s lies are most often ‘distortion deceptions’, rather than ‘denial deceptions’. To say it simply, Satan’s lies are subtle not bold faced.
Back, back, back to the very first sin, we see Satan shaving off truth and cleverly twisting it as he tempts Eve – “Did God really say” (v. 1), “you will not certainly die” (v. 4). Most subtle of all, we see our soul’s enemy undermining God’s motives, “For God knows that when you eat of it…” (v. 5). (more…)
The biblical command for ministers of the gospel to “reprove, rebuke, and exhort, with great patience and instruction” (Timothy 4:2) will be mostly resisted, because the “time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine.” We are in that time now – Christians, in my experience, seldom bow to “thus says the Lord” Scripture. They will not endure being told that their conduct is unbiblical. (more…)
Is like saying White Castle is not the best nutrition, or that the Kardashians love publicity – just a MASSIVE understatement.
I am not angry toward JuLIAR in any fleshly sense of that word, but I just do not believe she is saved or due any Christian courtesy. I believe her only eternal hope is the arresting prophetic tone utilized by the prophets like Ezekiel, Jeremiah, and Christ Himself. Read Matthew 23 for Jesus’ pejorative parade against the religious blockheads of His day. They were not saved people, but like the #JRgossipslut were truly apostate. (See #2 below for examples of prophetic use of sexual imagery in confronting apostasy.)
Before I begin to expose this “accuser of the brethren” (Revelation 12:10), let me clarify three things… (more…)
God is Eternal, but why is that so significant? In this verse by verse study through Psalm 90, we are reminded that we all have regret. Situations we wish we had handled better, words we wish we hadn’t said—things we can’t go back and fix. And when regret is coupled with facing our own mortality, we begin to desperately need the reality of God’s eternality. Pastor James shares from the Scriptures how accepting the truth about God and His eternal nature can become your greatest comfort.
“Vertical Church” preaching is all about the expectation that God blesses the unapologetic, Spirit-dependent heralding of His Word…
But is there more a preacher can do to be effective? Beyond the requisite faithfulness to Christ and His Word, can a preacher do more to amplify the sermon’s impact? If you want to see your message make a difference, reach the lost, heal the wounded, lift the discouraged, instruct the weak, etc., give attention to these additional elements of a high-impact sermon. (more…)
The Power to Change | 5 Evidences of Life In The Holy Spirit 
Life in the Holy Spirit is easy to identify. Your default settings change. There is a new presence within you and a brand new identity. The Holy Spirit gives us a capacity for righteousness and the vitality of Jesus’ resurrection. If Christ is in you, that is the most important thing about you.
 How To Know If You Are Filled With The Holy Spirit
The Holy Spirit does not want any blood bought son or daughter of the living God, through faith in Jesus, to be wondering whether they’re in the family or not. And just as sure as you can know if you are in the family, you can know if you are filled with the Holy Spirit. Romans 8 gives us indicators and experiences that every Holy Spirit filled Christian can identify or evaluate in their own life.