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Stewart Kabatebate November 29, 2018 at 1:36 am

Thank you Mr Wellman for your insightful article. Indeed the problem of false teachers is continuously growing and these false teachers are deceiving many people.
Matthew 24:11 says “And MANY false prophets will arise and lead MANY astray”.
Therefore it is becoming extremely important for people to learn to discern and identify false teachings and false teachers to avoid being led astray.
I would like to contribute how we can identify false teachers / prophets by sharing the following articles below from my website at inspiredwalk.com

Charles Kent December 1, 2018 at 12:24 pm

This is my first visit to this website and your article(s). I was pleasantly surprised that I finally found encouragement on a subject that has been of a particular concern to me. I am not an expert on the bible but I have been studying it diligently for the last number of years. Even with my limited knowledge I have come to believe that the majority of the pastors/churches in my area are lacking in the fundamentals of the bible. I have listened to sermons that made me cringe, but more sadly are the members of those churches who do not question what is preached or lack basic knowledge about biblical subjects. Subsequently, I have had to join an online church (JD) where I feel I am being taught the word of God. I would love and desire to join a local church but I cannot join a church that does not teach Jesus Christ. Any thoughts would be appreciated.

Jack Wellman December 1, 2018 at 1:06 pm

Hello Mr. Kent. Yes, there are many churches that try to be “seeker sensitive” and do not preach repentance and faith as Jesus said the gospel was (Mark 1:15), but the problem with online churches is you cannot take communion as we’re commanded to do, we do not assemble with the saints as commanded (Heb 10:24-25) and there are over 50 “one anothers” so try to live out 1 Cor 13, Romans 12 and 13 at home, and you can see that it’s not possible. Please keep looking. I know there are many good churches out there, even though most may not preach the Bible… and what is JD? Is that an online church? If you were near our church, you would love it because we go verse by verse and preach holiness, repentance, faith, works for Christ (Matt 25:35-36) but not to be saved but because we are saved. The risk is doing nothing for CHrist (Matt 25:40-41) as you are not doing these things to Him. We have a prison ministry, nursing home ministry, outreach to the poor, and so on, and you cannot do these things by yourself at home.

david pattison February 7, 2019 at 5:12 pm

Another good article brother Jack.

Jack Wellman February 7, 2019 at 5:14 pm

Thank you Mr. Pattison. You are encouraging sir.

Darlene August 3, 2019 at 7:33 pm

test did you get my comments. please respond. Darlene D

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