. . .upon this rock I will build my church; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. Matthew 16:18

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Organized Religion and the Great Apostasy

False Doctrines and Theologies

The Sleeping Church


Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and to day, and for ever. Be not carried about with divers and strange doctrines. For [it is] a good thing that the heart be established with grace; not with meats, which have not profited them that have been occupied therein. Hebrews 13:8-9

There are only two types of doctrine: the doctrine of Jesus Christ, and the doctrine of Jezebel. If you are sitting under preaching where people are not repenting then you are hearing the doctrine of Jezebel. -David Wilkerson, The Jezebel Doctrine-

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Massive mind control, brainwashing, false teaching, twisting and subverting the Word of God. People being threatened and coerced to do or to believe certain things. They are cults with the appearance of being Christian. People trying to lump all religions into one to bring about an acceptable one world religion. This is how the devil plans to take all these church goers to hell with him. It is a spiritual war. Satan has orchestrated a secret organization called the illuminati which now controls every area of our lives including the churches. Many of these church goers are not Christian. They are full of demonic spirits and many church leaders are just puppets for the illuminati. These evil spirits recognize those who truly belong to God and they are opposed to God. These people are opposed to true Christians.

And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie. 2 Thessalonians 2:11

Subverting the Word of God

The occult has slithered into the church doctrine and corrupted it with the false idea that all Christians, all saved people, are supposed to be healthy and wealthy. Anyone who is not is considered a "have-not" who is unwelcomed into their exclusive cult. See our article on Faith Healing.

The Prosperity Gospel

The prosperity gospel was a big lie invented to bamboozle millions of money from unsuspecting people so these preachers could line their own pockets and live luxurious lifestyles. No where in the Bible does God promise us lots of material possessions and money. See our pages on the prosperity gospel and what the Bible says about tithing.

The Word of Faith Doctrine

It appears that the word of faith garbage was deliberately taught preceding all this prosperity gospel lie so that people could be brainwashed into a new way of thinking and thus quickly accept the twisted version of the Bible they were being given. The word of faith baloney comes from eastern religions. It was so easy to fool people with this word of faith stuff because after all what is wrong with positive thinking?

Here is a given definition for this Word of Faith theology:

Teachers and ministers in the Word of Faith movement promote an attractive but deceptive concept labeled by some as the 'Prosperity Gospel.' This idea insists that the death and resurrection of Jesus does not just provide eternal salvation. Those who adhere to this false Biblical concept lay claim that God's word promises Christians good health and unlimited wealth. They believe that if a Christians becomes sick or poor it is because they lack the knowledge to 'appropriate' promises to themselves. The way to great health and prosperity, it is taught, is by their speaking or confessing their belief in what they feel are ironclad promises from God. This profession, according to Word of Faith teachings, binds God to fulfill his promise and puts him under the control of a human who speaks in faith.

Those who believe in this faith movement feel that prayer to God, which asks for something, is unnecessary. Adherents are taught never to end their petitions to God with 'If it be your will, Father.' Such a prayer, it is believed, shows not only a lack of faith but also a lack of studying the Bible enough to know all of God's promises. Christians are encouraged to search the scriptures to discover what God's "unconditional promises" are and to confess verbally that the blessings they want can now be theirs for the taking.

A typical saying those who adhere to the 'word of faith' teachings are supposed to memorize is "What I confess, I possess." A related catch phrase used in the movement's books is "confession brings possession." Some of those who are critical of the movement refer to the primary doctrine they believe as "name it and claim it." -www.biblestudy.org/beginner/definition-of-christian-terms/word-of-faith.html-

This new way of thinking is also called "New Thought." It is occult theology. There is nothing 'Christian' about it. Here is what the occult calls "The Law of Attraction." Let's take a look at how it compares to the Word of Faith theology. See chart on next page.