Paul's Passing Thoughts

This Week’s Announcement for Sinning Church Leaders Saved by Grace

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on November 8, 2017

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  1. John said, on November 8, 2017 at 12:21 PM

    Read this trash, endorsed by Ratman Piper:

    Okay, this is actually hilarious. On “To Every Tribe’s Site,” this is found under “Mission & Distinctives”:

    We believe God is sovereign over all, including the process of salvation, and strive to be God-centered.”

    Okay, that’s super great blah blah blah, lie upon li upon blasphemous rubbish. And then, a few lines later, this fantastic jewel. What a gem! ”

    We expect satanic resistance as we spearhead the proclamation of the gospel in territories of spiritual darkness. We expect the Holy Spirit to use any or all of the spiritual gifts described in Scripture, and depend upon them, in order to advance the gospel.”

    Which one is it? Is their sawvrin God sovereign or not? And why, oh why, is this lot even bothering to go to the “unreached” (what a derogatory term coming from a confused and deliberate deceiving bunch who believes that God has already chosen who is going where upon death eh? They make me sick). So, my guess is these ego hunters think they are true martyrs. No, they are true fakes.

    What is even sicker, almost to the point of rolling away like a chocolate-covered donut, is the complete omission of the message of salvation, of being born again, in the main link of this article. Their “ministry” is “to better fulfill our mission to extend the worship of Christ among all peoples by mobilizing the church, training disciplemakers, and sending missionary teams to plant churches among the unreached.”

    What is that? What does ‘the worship of Christ even mean? It is a mad man’s ramblings, that’s what it is. Where is Jesus? Where is the hope of salvation? Where is the proper, biblical gospel?

    They don’t preach it because they don’t have it. To hell with them.

    Now I want a donut. Two, in fact.


    • Andy Young, PPT contributing editor said, on November 8, 2017 at 12:51 PM

      We believe God is sovereign over all, including the process of salvation, and strive to be God-centered.”

      Well that says it all right there. They just plainly stated that salvation is a “process.” That’s called progressive justification!


      • John said, on November 8, 2017 at 1:03 PM

        Yes, and then the lot is not even sure who is included in the process. What a confident lot. Utter chaotic, Andy, and it shows in their lives. And their theology is senseless, without logic, without love, without direction, without salvation but totally expected, seeing where it’s from . . . darkness.


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