(vid) Jesse Lee Peterson w/ Stefan Molyneux: FORGIVE & BE FREE!! – “God has it set up so when you forgive He will forgive you and make you free! He will take the *spirit of anger* away from you and give you perfect peace” — When you fall away from the light with anger you fall into the darkness. Satan starts to work. You hear voices – yourself talking to you, telling you to do things. He leads you down the wrong path • A spirit made a home within you • Once you see that and forgive, in that very moment that spirit is taken away from you, and it’s as though you have never gone through anything. It doesn’t play over and over in your mind. Your soul is NOT FEELING THE PAIN of it anymore because it has reconnected to the Tree of Life • Drop the anger so you can overcome the voices of the deceiver • Return to the quiet, still voice of God, and you’ll be guided in the right way all the time • Perfect love makes you free, gives you authority over the enemy • Once you realize ‘IF I’M THIS WAY,’ then the person you’re mad at must not have been able… • This will help you to forgive others • Perfect love is the way to go! • The only thing that will SOOTH the SOUL is forgiveness

The most beautiful oration I’ve seen yet on forgiving.

In this video, Jesse has a heart of gold, and lays out to a not-yet-a-believer exactly what happens if we’re hurt and stay angry — and then how freedom and the power to overcome happens when we forgive — and why. God sets us free!

Continue reading “(vid) Jesse Lee Peterson w/ Stefan Molyneux: FORGIVE & BE FREE!! – “God has it set up so when you forgive He will forgive you and make you free! He will take the *spirit of anger* away from you and give you perfect peace” — When you fall away from the light with anger you fall into the darkness. Satan starts to work. You hear voices – yourself talking to you, telling you to do things. He leads you down the wrong path • A spirit made a home within you • Once you see that and forgive, in that very moment that spirit is taken away from you, and it’s as though you have never gone through anything. It doesn’t play over and over in your mind. Your soul is NOT FEELING THE PAIN of it anymore because it has reconnected to the Tree of Life • Drop the anger so you can overcome the voices of the deceiver • Return to the quiet, still voice of God, and you’ll be guided in the right way all the time • Perfect love makes you free, gives you authority over the enemy • Once you realize ‘IF I’M THIS WAY,’ then the person you’re mad at must not have been able… • This will help you to forgive others • Perfect love is the way to go! • The only thing that will SOOTH the SOUL is forgiveness”

Christian Peacemakers Picket Southern Baptist Convention To ‘Choose Life Not War’

We Hold These Truths greeted messengers to the 2017 annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), held in Phoenix, Arizona. The vigilers were armed only with signs like “Choose Life, Not War,” “Blessed Are The Peacemakers,” “Where Are The Peacemakers?” and “No More Wars For Israel,” and two fliers: “Choose Life Not War” and “Does The Bible Require Followers of Jesus to Support the Jewish State of Israel? After over 200 vigils around the country, in terms of people engaged and fliers distributed, this vigil turned out to be one of our most effective ones, since we started them in Nov. 2002 at the First Southern Baptist Church of Scottsdale [AZ].

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Related:

(video) “Zionism and Christianity: Unholy Alliance” – real-history, full-length film by Ted Pike — “They [pastors] were supposed to be WATCHMEN on the wall, yet they failed to utter even a hint of warning”

(video) Roots of Christian Zionism: How Scofield Sowed Seeds of Apostasy — The ‘Angry’ Evangelicals – Praying for War instead of obeying Christ: “Blessed are the Peacemakers, for they shall be called the children of God” • God’s words to Abraham, “I will bless them that bless thee…” (Gen. 12:3) does NOT refer to the modern state of Israel

My response to: Nathan Albert – “Embracing Love – My Journey to Hugging a Man in His Underwear” | Talks at Google

I just wrote this comment in response to this Talks at Google video:

“Union with the Divine” requires holiness — “without holiness no one will see the Lord.” Heterosexual lusting is also a sin that will keep us from heaven if we don’t repent. | Jesus stopped the Pharisees from stoning the prostitute, and then he told her: “go and sin no more.” | Many “Christians” are not actual Christians (led by the HOLY Spirit, followers of Christ). HATING ANYONE IS SIN. We must LOVE all. | Here’s the key: This is a spiritual war with unseen but completely real demons. Demons drive homosexuality, and the end result of all unrepentant sin is hell. Homosexuality is a demonically driven sin. We must be free, and can be! “Submit to God; resist the Devil, and he will flee.” FREEDOM!!! I wrote this:

“LUST ‘the poison that kills the soul’ FREEDOM! My experience: How DEMONS DRIVE heterosexual and homosexual lust in ‘Christians’ — The bad news is that demons drive lust. The good news is that demons drive lust, because freedom lies straight ahead!

Related: (prophecy) The Homosexuals Will Arise — “Show them the way through your smile”

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Nathan Albert: “Embracing Love: My Journey to Hugging a Man in His Underwear” | Talks at Google

Published on Jul 13, 2017

Nathan Albert stood with friends along the Chicago Pride Parade route, bearing signs of apology on behalf of Christians who had failed to represent Christ’s love to the LGBTQ community. Little did he know that millions around the world would soon see him captured in an iconic photograph hugging a man in his underwear (photo: http://goo.gl/jQZXqC). Embracing Love is the story behind that photograph, the story of a musical theatre actor turned pastor who shares personal and pastoral stories of the LGBTQ community. He invites readers past the intimidation of controversy for the sake of embracing people with the love of Jesus.

Get the book here: https://goo.gl/JvtM9T
More information about Nathan at http://nathanalbert.com/.

Moderated by Phillip Knoll.

Charles Spurgeon on ‘CHRISTIAN’ WAR FEVER — War is an enormous crime, murder on a large scale • The great crime of war can never promote the religion of peace • Christianity must be sustained by love • The *spirit* of war is the extreme opposite… • Our kingdom is not of this world • Our weapons are spiritual, pulling down strongholds • The true Christian does to others as he would they should do to him • Bloodshed on the smallest or largest scale is sinful • “Love your enemies, do good to them that hate you” • We fight not with men but with “spiritual wickedness in high places” • We are fighting *for* men rather than against them • A war against falsehood, against sin is God’s war • Woe to the Christian who forgets this • Times of feverish excitement test our attachment to great principle • The fight-spirit must be battled with & the genius of gentleness must be cultivated • When undertaken from a dire necessity, as the last resource… • Ought not to be smiled upon as a brilliant spectacle, nor talked of with a light heart • Peace teaching is practical gospel teaching • “Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself” must resound from our pulpits and be practised…

What a breath of fresh air!!!!!!! This was pure joy to dig deeply within!!!

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Reformatted from LewRockwell.com. Emphasis also mine:

Charles Spurgeon on Christian War Fever

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March 17, 2005

We know all too well about Christian war fever — that sickening blind worship of the state that elevates George W. Bush to Messiah status and seeks to justify his immoral, unscriptural, unconstitutional war in Iraq by incessantly repeating the mantras “obey the powers that be” and “God is a God of war.” But who is Charles Spurgeon and why should we care what he said about war?

Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834—1892) was an English Baptist minister who served as pastor of the Metropolitan Tabernacle in London from 1861 until his death. But Spurgeon was no ordinary minister. He was a pastor, a preacher, a teacher, an author, an editor, and the overseer of a pastor’s college, a Christian literature society, and an orphanage. He is still widely revered today among Baptists (and others as well) as one of the greatest Baptist ministers in history.

Spurgeon preached his first sermon as a teenager and, in 1854, was called to the pastorate of the historic New Park Street Church, Southwark, London. During his thirty-eight-year tenure, the church increased from 232 to over 5,000. During the remodeling of the Park Street chapel to house the growing congregation, Spurgeon preached at the 5,000-seat Exeter Hall, a public auditorium. But because the remodeled chapel was still too small to accommodate the crowds, the church began construction of the Metropolitan Tabernacle, which sat 5,500 and had standing room for 500 more. In the interim, Spurgeon preached to thousands at the Surrey Gardens Music Hall. He was truly one of the most popular preachers in history. When he died in 1892, 60,000 people filed past his casket in the Tabernacle.

Spurgeon lives today through his sermons. From 1855 until his death, his Sunday morning sermons were published weekly. By 1865, Spurgeon’s sermons were selling 25,000 copies every week. They would eventually be translated into more than twenty languages. The sermons were then collected in one volume and reissued at the end of each year in book form. After Spurgeon’s death, the series continued until 1917 using his Sunday evening sermons. The six volumes of the New Park Street Pulpit (1855—1860) and the fifty-seven volumes of the Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit (1861—1917) contain 3,561 sermons, 25 million words, and fill 41,500 pages. Many of these volumes are available online, and most are in print.

Unlike some Baptist preachers today who shamelessly serve as spokesmen or apologists for Bush and his “splendid little war” in Iraq, Spurgeon was not the least bit excited about war and war fever.

Spurgeon on War

Spurgeon’s comments on war can be found in his sermons on a variety of topics. He rarely preached a sermon that was specifically about war. His observations about war are overwhelmingly negative:

Long have I held that war is an enormous crime; long have I regarded all battles as but murder on a large scale (“India’s Ills and England’s Sorrows,” September 6, 1857, Music Hall, Royal Surrey Gardens).

Continue reading “Charles Spurgeon on ‘CHRISTIAN’ WAR FEVER — War is an enormous crime, murder on a large scale • The great crime of war can never promote the religion of peace • Christianity must be sustained by love • The *spirit* of war is the extreme opposite… • Our kingdom is not of this world • Our weapons are spiritual, pulling down strongholds • The true Christian does to others as he would they should do to him • Bloodshed on the smallest or largest scale is sinful • “Love your enemies, do good to them that hate you” • We fight not with men but with “spiritual wickedness in high places” • We are fighting *for* men rather than against them • A war against falsehood, against sin is God’s war • Woe to the Christian who forgets this • Times of feverish excitement test our attachment to great principle • The fight-spirit must be battled with & the genius of gentleness must be cultivated • When undertaken from a dire necessity, as the last resource… • Ought not to be smiled upon as a brilliant spectacle, nor talked of with a light heart • Peace teaching is practical gospel teaching • “Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself” must resound from our pulpits and be practised…”

(1 min video) Chuck Baldwin: National Sovereignty Is NOT Global Empire — “What about the sovereignty of Syria. What gives US the right to bomb…?”

Message Highlight: National Sovereignty Is NOT Global Empire

Published on Jul 10, 2017

This video clip is taken from the message “Independence Now, And Independence Forever” at Liberty Fellowship on July 2, 2017. Feel free to share. To watch the complete message, go here:

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