By Cedric Fisher. |May 4, 2022
If by “church” one means buildings where people gather for religious benefits , something’s wrong.
If by “ministry” one means the method by which religious benefits are distributed, something is very wrong.
If by pastor, bishop, prophet, teacher, et al, we mean a charismatic individual that spellbinds and makes devoted followers of people, something is very, very, wrong with Christianity.
We should prayerfully consider the great, mixed up, conception people presently have about God and His kingdom. We may conclude that we’re in an era of personality-based “churches” and “ministries.” The”benefits” are spiritual affection with the fleshly satisfaction of religiosity that even an unregenerate individual will accept. Continue reading
By Cedric Fisher |April 21, 2002
I realize that the overwhelming majority of professing Christians have drifted too far from God to receive warnings. Warnings feel dull, irksome, and fatiguing to their comfortably apathetic souls. Consequently, they have shut their ears, eyes, and minds to prophetic warnings. Apostate Tony Campolo’s book “The Kingdom of God is a Party,” published in 1992, is now an accurate assessment.
We are witnessing in the secular realm total capitulation to evil. No Genuine Christian influence remains. Evil sells. Evil is a quick path to popularity. Evil is pleasurable and fun.
Evil even builds church attendance. Just ask the leaders of denominations and pastors genuflecting at the feet of false prophets, prophetesses, and hirelings—solely because those minions of darkness draw a crowd. Continue reading
Cedric Fisher | April 3, 2022
The aftermath of the fiasco by the North Texas District of the Assemblies of God left numerous people stunned, grasping for reasons why. The full brunt of those leaders’ actions has arrived. Why did they commit an egregious sin against God, and breach the trust of members in the denomination?
Christ said, “Feed my sheep.” They concluded that they were not capable, nor was anyone else in their denomination capable, of feeding the Lord’s sheep. Thus, they went outside of their denomination for help. It was as if they knocked on Satan’s door and asked to borrow a couple of demons to speak to and lay hands on the minister’s under their charge. Continue reading