Harlings v. Shepards
Friendship with the world isn’t biblical—which means that acting as the world does, isn’t what god wants, you are to act as Jesus would. Christians should be different
--don’t listen to Pastor Perry Nobile [out of South Carolina, has 20,000 people attending his "church"] (he started his Easter sermon with the band ACDC’s song “highway to hell” which is a song celebrating the idea of going to hell… wouldn’t you agree this is worldly? Especially for a “bible believing church”
He mocks people who want to go deeper into the word of god and also mocks people who are biblical Christians. In his recorded sermons you have to bleep out his cursing.
Present your bodies a living sacrifice, and don’t let the world mold you, but be transformed by God. (This world is speaking to believers, and it’s a warning) don’t let your outward expression be different from your true inward state, for you have Jesus in you.
Teaching them what is doctrine, teaching our instruction.
Harlings ignore the mandate of biblical teaching
You don’t mix light and dark
You’re either in one camp or another: Satan’s or God’s; don’t mix the camps
Harlings are selfish people, and are interested in the numbers of people at their church, which means big staff and big money.
2 Corinthians 11:7—Paul was being sarcastic in this verse… and wanted to preach for free.
Harlings don’t love strangers, don’t sacrifice for the flock (the church).
Titus 1:8 and John 10
Sheppard’s have a love for the church, and make sacrifices for the church, and they lay down their energy
2nd Corinthians 2:17
pedling means in this passage is describing that harlings change or corrupt for financial gain
Idol taker and decievers whos mouths must be stopped for the sake of dishonest gain
1 Peter 5:2
2 Peter 2:3
2 Timothy 4:3
Some unbiblical instructures:
We're commanded to take remembrance of Jesus
Juice represents his blood, its a symbol, thats a representative of the blood of christ, which we get from the last supper....
we are to reverance to Jesus
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