Research from the first quarter of 2022 shows that in-person church attendance is only 36 to 60 % of what it was pre-COVID. One can wonder if church life is running to its end, or if people could find new ways to worship God.
Originally posted on God Everyday:
Every book in the Bible speaks of spiritual beings. Not just God-the-Father and The Holy Spirit, but Christ (before and after His incarnation) Angels, Seraphim, Cherubim, Watchers (Daniel 4), Disembodied Human Spirits (what remains after physical bodies have died) and, of course, Satan and his followers. Do any of those…
In those institutions where they prepare people to become a priest, pastor, minister or preacher of the Word of God, Jesus Christ would not even have a chance of entering or would fail the examinations, not being allowed to be one of the many clergy members this world presents.
Dangerous is it when the democracy shall be undermined further by the Republican Party and when those fundamentalist Christians are going to intrude even more into the legal system and have their wishes implemented as laws to be followed by everyone.
In many American churches, evangelists preach about burning in hell and make people afraid that if they don’t give enough to God (read church) they will suffer, while otherwise happiness will smile on them.
The only reasonable way to have lesser accidental, as well as shootings on purpose, is to limit access to weapons, though in the States one can find pastors who claim the reason for such violence is that people left God.
Originally posted on Dr Austin Ejaife inspirit:
“If I were asked to give what I consider the single most useful bit of advice for all humanity, it would be this: Expect trouble as an inevitable part of life, and when it comes, hold your head high. Look it squarely in the eye, and say, “I…
Another look at Pastor Idelman’s article, at the same time looking at the reaction on it by Dan Foster to whom a “massive spiritual awakening” isn’t teaching more Bible in schools, which is what Pastor Idleman seems to think is the answer.
Speaking at a recent four-day-long fundraising event for Kenneth Copeland Ministries, Duplantis claimed that Jesus has not returned because people aren’t generous enough with their donations to the church.