No 501-C-3 Church Can Be a Church of God

Thursday, January 2, 2014
By Paul Martin

Dave Hodges
January 2, 2014
The Common Sense Show

This is a time of ecedented eunprvil on this planet. Many Americans are looking for refuge and direction with regard to dealing with these unprecedented times of tyranny. Historically, Americans look to their church for salvation and direction. However, most of today’s churches have been taken over from within by the very evil we fear. Many of your religious leaders have become the newest version of Benedict Arnold with regard to their faith. In short, most 501-C-3 churches do represent God.

Judas sold out the savior of humanity, Jesus Christ, for a mere thirty pieces of silver. Today, many religious leaders are selling out their congregations for even less.

This is not meant to imply that there are not religious leaders who hold steadfastly to the word of God (e.g. Chuck Baldwin, Pastor Manning) and stand as a beacon of spiritual and moral courage before their congregations. However, an increasing number of clergy are more interested in serving the dictates of Homeland Security than they are in accurately espousing and exemplifying the word of God.

Who Stands Against Evil?

As bad as things may be, I take comfort in the fact that God will have the final word, on the final day, when he enacts the final judgment. Yet, the very salvation which awaits so many, is increasingly being obscured from so many because many of our religious leaders have been co-opted by the federal government.

People sense there is a problem in the church and subsequently, religious affiliation and church attendance are in decline; many of the leaders of our religious institutions can no longer be trusted to preach the word of God versus espousing the new American religious mantra, which is to falsely interpret Romans 13 in which these “new age pastors” are calling for blind obedience to their “God-chosen” governmental leaders.

Romans 13 Does Not Equate to the Divine Right of Kings

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