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Why people are leaving churches by the droves... they are lions dens

Church has been reduced to a social club with a Paid Speaker - nothing more!

Churches are full of sociopaths, psychopaths, weirdos, narcissists, murders, hypocrites, liars, troublemakers, jezebels, abusers of all sorts, and more.

Not everyone is welcome in a church anymore. Read about organized religion and 'private vs. public' property. You have to be a compromiser, apostate, or a pretender to be welcome into the churches.

The church is dying

We want churches that emphasize an allegiance to the kingdom of God over an allegiance to a single political party or a single nation. We want our LGBT friends to feel truly welcome in our faith communities.

We want to be challenged to live lives of holiness, not only when it comes to sex, but also when it comes to living simply, caring for the poor and oppressed, pursuing reconciliation, engaging in creation care and becoming peacemakers.

You can’t hand us a latte and then go about business as usual and expect us to stick around. We’re not leaving the church because we don’t find the cool factor there; we’re leaving the church because we don’t find Jesus there. -Rachel Held Evans, July 27, 2013, Why millennials are leaving the church-


G. K. Chesterton quote

Church people and preachers over many years have said the most unkind, insulting, CURSING words to me ...far worse than any unbeliever ever has. Mom and I no longer allow church people in our life at all. The peace in our lives without these people is unbelievable. Getting past all the mental and emotional anguish these people have caused is the hardest part. All this hell they create is all because the churches are filled with witches, warlocks, pretenders and demon spirits.

Is it wrong not to attend church?

They talk of church buildings as 'the house of the Lord'. They measure church engagement by the number of people who, while remaining in their seats(!), 'engage' in church activities and by the number of people who attend church 'activities'. Church to them plays itself out in a largely predictable and safe religious atmosphere where the world 'out there' should be 'reached'. Their church gatherings and meetings are largely focused on 'domestic' issues such as the right confession, religious music, religious orders and the management of church staff.

For a lot of people, church attendance is a security blanket to their faith, and a life line to Jesus. Without church attendance, they would call their own salvation into question. -H.H. Mallette,

There are people in some parts of the world who are not even free to express their worship to Jesus Christ. In some parts of the world people worship from underground to keep from being imprisoned or killed for their faith. There are people who are alone, or sick and bedridden and cannot attend services. There are people who live in places where there are no services near them to attend. All these obstacles does not make a person any less of a Christian just because they cannot attend church services.

People are OBSESSED with buildings, traditions, fame, fortune, attention, power, emotional feelings, AND PEOPLE (idolizing people). Too many people are misled to believe that consistently attending church services makes them a Christian. This is a big lie. Going to church cannot save you.

It is good to be in continuous fellowship with other believers. The Bible tells us to assemble ourselves together.

And let us consider one another to provoke unto love and to good works: Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some [is]; but exhorting [one another]: and so much the more, as ye see the day approaching. Hebrews 10:24-25

However, we have now entered the last days when going to church is actually very dangerous. Mom and I discourage anyone from attending church services nowadays. While there is certainly some good, doctrinally sound churches around the world most churches these days are entertaining practices of the occult. Preachers are not teaching against witchcraft. Satan has sent his crew of imposters into the Christian churches and has been turning them upside down with twisted doctrine and creating chaos, lying, deceiving, and turning people against one another. To enter these churches not only teaches people false doctrine, but the teachings lead people into sin and a person can pick up demonic spirits.

We have political leaders who have collaborated with religious leaders (OPERATION CABLESPLICE) in order to bring in the one world religion which is teaching that there are many roads to God and more. We are seeing people being arrested for having home Bible studies too. I, myself, was forced out of a church service and arrested in 2011.

If the pastor is not teaching about Heaven and Hell, about salvation, about sin, conviction and repentance, and about the coming of the Lord (the rapture) then it is because they believe the doctrine of demons which teaches against these things. All these things have been foretold to us in the Bible.

If you are a genuine Christian then why would you want to fellowship with people who follow the doctrines and behaviors of Satan?

Our only salvation is in Jesus Christ alone. Eternal salvation is all about our personal relationship with Jesus Christ. It is a heart change which reflects the outside. Do NOT be caught up in televangelists or mega churches. They will lead you to destruction with slick talk.

The Bible tells us to assemble ourselves together with other Christians, AND EVEN MORE SO as we near the coming of the Lord because of the persecution for our faith. We can do that anywhere and in any place- in a living room, or a basement, or a hut, or taking a trip together, or having lunch or whatever the activity may be. There are many people who have begun having home churches or home fellowshipping and Bible studies. Christian people are supposed to LOVE, HELP, PRAY FOR, and ENCOURAGE each other in the faith. We should be doing that in ALL that we do, as we are to do ALL as for our Lord.

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