[MUSIC PLAYING] Does God want us to prosper? That’s a great question to ask. Or does God want us to have a lot of stuff? That’s the way I like to say it. No, is the answer. Stuff is not relevant to God, but the prosperity doctrine says to us that God wants me to
[MUSIC PLAYING] Church buildings are set up in such a way that the front, what they determine as the front of the building where a staging area would be in an auditorium, they call that the altar. And it is the place where all the service of God is supposedly done. And in some cases,
[MUSIC PLAYING] Christianity today has been hijacked by the traditions of men and doctrines of devils. What I mean by that is we’ve come to practice rituals and beliefs that were not established by apostolic doctrine. In the Old Testament, God drew a picture of shepherds who all they cared about was fleecing the sheep.
[MUSIC PLAYING] A Christian is not someone who joins a religion. A Christian is a human being who comes to know that they’re a sinner and they receive the solution for the fact that they’re a sinner. Which is what occurred on Calvary through the death of the Lord Jesus Christ. When we accept that
[MUSIC PLAYING] The gathering is identified in the New Testament differently than we experience it. We do know that it’s important to learn. There’s a lot to learn. So you’ve got to– you have to find ways of meeting so teachers can teach people. That according to the scriptures is done in public or gathering
[MUSIC PLAYING] The Christian needs to understand he doesn’t belong to this world. We are not of this world. We are of another world. And we’re waiting for our King to bring our world here, not for us to go to heaven. We’re waiting for our King to bring our world here. The mistake that