In To The Light: The SBC and ERLC’s Building Heresy

Right now, the 2022 SBC meeting has not been, is not being and, probably, will not be spoken of in many SBC churches. These churches are apathetic to the significance of the heresy that took place. Their complacent attitudes are allowing for the detonation of the Biblical foundation the SBC.

One can easily see the power brokers refusing to rule on Rick Warren’s ordaining women as pastors, and the acting president of the ERLC, Brent Leatherwood, refusal to condemn, or recognize the men and women who willfully murder their unborn children as sinners, as concerning. However, the issue will not be addressed. The misinterpretation of the passage, “Touch not my anointed ones, do my prophets no harm!,” as found in 1 Chronicles 16:22 and Psalm 105:15, has lead to many heresies to go unpunished.

Thus, the SBC has fallen into a trap by the world system. By keeping congregations ignorant, many pastors are enabling the willful defiance of Scripture within the convention and their confrontations. For many do not want their sins exposed as John 3:20 states, “For everyone who does wicked things hates the light and does not come to the light, lest his works should be exposed.”

Convicted: James 4:7-10

I have had the privilege of preaching in the streets of San Antonio, TX and New Orleans, LA. Both of these cites, and in the one I am in now have one major thing in common. They each have “christians” who believe that they are not to go on to the streets of their towns and cities and make disciples.

The leaders they have lined up for themselves do not preach the full Gospel. They are not told that the Great Commission is to Go, and make disciples. They are never encouraged to go.

Never The Hero

The perspective given of how the fall of one of the most prolific apologists of our day can be compared with one of the most prolific Old Testament figures is unique. Samson was a man who was to be a savior of his people, but turned in to a self focused individual. Ravi Zacharias was a man who, also, fell to self.

My Observations Of A Born Again and an Unbeliever

I just finished a visit with my dad. I was told that he has been anxious and agitated. I tried to comfort him, but his anxiety and agitation were still there.

He tried to pass it off as the burdens of this world; however, he knows his body is slowly shutting down. He has came close to death twice in the past, that I know of. Each time, the doctors told us that he woke up swinging.

When asked, he would say, “I am fighting off death.” Knowing this, his anxiety and agitation take on a different meaning. He knows his time on this side of the veil is coming to an end, and he knows that he will soon be in front of the Throne Seat of Judgement.

There is a striking difference between how the Born Again and the those who are not deal with death. Those who reject Christ seem to want to confront God as a victimizer, while those who are Born Again want to embrace Him like a loving parent. I am witnessing my dad openly reject Christ, while I saw my mother transition expecting to see Jesus.

These two events, though painful, are a lesson. I don’t want anyone to go through the pain of seeing a loved one die in their sin. However, I know that it will happen.

Please, dear one. Do not blame God for the choices others make. God provides opportunities, it is their willing rejection that sends them to Hell.

16 “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. 
17 For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but in order that the world might be saved through him. 
18 Whoever believes in him is not condemned, but whoever does not believe is condemned already, because he has not believed in the name of the only Son of God. 
19 And this is the judgment: the light has come into the world, and people loved the darkness rather than the light because their works were evil. 

The Holy Bible: English Standard Version (Wheaton, IL: Crossway Bibles, 2016), Jn 3:16–19.