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123 Hallelujah  Has Noticed

August 20, 2014

This may sound strange,  but it has come  to my attention  that there are some false teachers  using references  to my website  and/or quotes  from my devotional posts  to bring attention  and acceptability  to their false teachings.     Their false teachings  are being promoted  through books  they write  and websites  they maintain.

Some of these false teachers  are what is called  “prosperity preachers”.     They use  and twist God’s word  to imply  that all those  who follow  and support  their particular teachings  will receive all sorts  of spiritual signs,  wonders,  healings,  debt cancellations,  riches,  and  “blessings”  of every sort.     Because people  really want riches  and worldly  “blessings”,  they support these false teachers,  who become very rich  in the process.

Other false preachers  are using some  of my devotional posts  that tell about  how Christ Jesus  is the fulfillment  of all the Old Testament prophecies  regarding our Savior.     But,  their writings contain every sort  of false prophecy  for the future  of this world  —  and  they imply  that my devotionals  support their false teachings.     They don’t.      In some cases,  these false preachers  are also asking  for monetary support.

We need  to think about that,  get grounded  in God’s word  in the Bible,  and hold tightly  onto God’s word.     There are many Bible verses  that warn us  against false teachers  and preachers,  since false preachers  have  been around  since the beginning  of time.     God’s word tells us:

Psalm 119:36  —  Incline my heart  to Your testimonies,  and not to dishonest gain.

Luke 12:15  —  Beware,  and be on your guard  against every form  of greed;  for not even when  one has  an abundance  does his life consist  of his possessions.

Hebrews 13:5  —  Let your way  of life  be free  from the love  of money,  being content  with what you have;  for He Himself  has said,  “I will never desert you,  nor will I ever forsake you.”

2 Corinthians 11:13-15  —  For such men  are false apostles,  deceitful workers,  disguising themselves  as apostles  of Christ.     No wonder,  for even Satan  disguises himself  as an angel  of light.     Therefore  it is not surprising  if his servants also  disguise themselves  as servants  of righteousness,  whose end  will be according  to their deeds.

I just want all  of the readers  of my posts  to know  that I have not given  anyone permission  to use anything  I’ve written  as a support  for their teachings  and doctrinal views.     Frankly,  these false teachers  have not even asked  for permission  to use anything  from this website.     The only permissions I have given  are for some lay Christians  to share  an occasional post  on Facebook  and once  to print a post  in a monthly church newsletter.

What I have written  is plain  and only   to the point  of what God’s word  has already stated  and fulfilled  in Christ Jesus,  our Savior.     Anything  that goes beyond that  is not  from me  and does not  have my approval.

Thank you  for being careful  about everything  you read  and for strongly clinging  to God’s given word.

Love,
Margaret

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A Christian devotional  to glorify  the LORD of lords  and GOD of gods.

 

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Handel’s Hallelujah Chorus

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The LORD  made this day, let us rejoice  and be glad  in Him.

Psalm 118:24

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The word of the LORD is tried;

He is a shield  to all  who take refuge  in Him.

Psalm 18:30

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