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11 September, 2007 / theexpositor

Exhibit #2,457…give or take

I will not offer a commentary on the following headline. Instead I will provide the headline, the author, the link and a quote from the story. I think it all speaks for itself.

Flavoring Your Sermons for Impact by Rick Warren (ChristianPost.com)

“If you think that the gathering of biblical facts and standing up with a Bible in your hand will automatically equip you to communicate well, you are deeply mistaken. You must work at being interesting. Boredom is a gross violation. Being dull is a grave offense. Irrelevance is a disgrace to the Gospel. Too often these three crimes go unpunished and we preachers are the criminals.”  Chuck Swindoll

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  1. Douglas / Sep 11 2007 9 03

    “Jonathan Edwards was not a flamboyant man, nor did he use any tricks of oratory to coerce his listeners. All of his sermons were written and then read from the pulpit. His eyesight was poor, so Edward’s face was nearly in his papers as he read. Truly the revival was of God, not because of the tricks of men.” page 3 Introduction Jonathan Edwards His Greatest Sermons Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God & 11 More Classic Messages Rewritten and Updated by Mark Trigsted

    Rick Warren is a trickster, a very clever one. He even twists the Scriptures in that article. Incomprehensible! There is no stopping him. The Christian Post website will also be held accountable to God for promoting Rick Warren’s false teachings and allowing him as a Guest Columnist. They are weighed and found wanting.

    Hell’s greatest enrichers!

    (Brooks “Precious Remedies Against Satan’s Devices”)

    “The prophets who lead my people astray.” Micah 3:5

    Satan labors by false teachers, who are his emissaries
    to deceive, delude, and forever undo the precious souls
    of men! They seduce them, and carry them out of the
    right way into by-paths and blind thickets of error and
    wickedness–where they are lost forever!

    As strumpets paint their faces, and deck and perfume
    their beds, the better to allure and deceive simple souls;
    so false teachers will put a great deal of paint and garnish
    upon their most dangerous principles and blasphemies, that
    they may the better deceive and delude poor ignorant souls.
    They know sugared-poison goes down sweetly. They wrap
    up their pernicious, soul-killing pills in gold! “Peace, peace!
    they say, when there is no peace.” Jeremiah 6:14

    “Beware of false prophets, for they come to you in sheep’s
    clothing–but inwardly they are ravening wolves!” These
    lick and suck the blood of souls! These kiss and kill! They
    cry, ‘Peace, peace!’ until souls fall into everlasting flames!

    False teachers handle holy things with wit and trifling, rather
    than with fear and reverence. They are soul-murderers! They
    are like evil surgeons, who skin over the wound–but never
    heal it. False teachers are hell’s greatest enrichers! Such
    smooth teachers are sweet soul-poisoners! This age is full of
    such teachers–such monsters!

    They eye your goods more than your good; and mind
    more the serving of themselves–than the saving of your
    souls. So they may have your substance–they care not
    though Satan has your souls! That they may the better
    pick your purse–they will hold forth such principles as
    are very indulgent to the flesh.

    These are Satan’s great benefactors, and such as divine
    justice will hang up in hell as the greatest malefactors!

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