Sound Doctrine By Rev. Gobanga
In this era where lots of garbage in the name of Christian Teachings are in circulation, many are disillusioned, not knowing what to take or reject. Preachers of all sorts are busy perpetuating gross doctrine on the pulpit; others are publishing literature containing fallacies of sorts.
A careful analysis of most of the stuff either being preached via pulpit or published reveal the mirage of what the devil seeks to convey to believers. The promises of an easy life void of consistent Christian living seems to be typical. People want to sidestep the due process of making before they become what God intended, expecting God to endorse their obscene escapades; hence, the notion, ‘The end justifies the means’.
People! There aren’t shortcuts in the Christian journey. The only path to successful Christianity is your consistent abiding in Christ Jesus. His nature must be inscribed within your heart to the extent that you radiate His very Character. This is made possible by pursuing sound doctrine.
Anything that doesn’t conform to the wholesome authority of Scripture isn’t of God. Thus, them that hold to such vanity are heaping for themselves ultimate destruction upon the revelation of divine wrath.
Time as come for us to go back to the rudiments of our faith, which was passed over to us by the Church fathers. The doctrine of the Apostles and Prophets of old is the foundation of our Christian faith, which must be adhered to.
Revelation of any sort must derive its legitimacy from the infallible Word of God, which has stood the test of time. This Word is inspired by The Holy Spirit, who brooded upon different authors of the 66 books we collectively refer to as the Bible, for a period of 1500 years. Although they lived in very different times, generations and dispensations, what stands out is the fact that their message is very much in concordance.
So, we can’t afford to allow the heresies of today to hold sway over the gullible masses because of the false Preachers’ quest to fulfill the devil’s agenda.
Let’s confront error without fear and mincing of words.
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