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1 comments | Wednesday, December 19, 2007

This video was brought to my attention last week via Pam Spaulding and her hot blend of gay and political news, but I didn't post it because we were still reeling from Bishop Liston Paige and his foolishness. But it's a new week and I had to address 700 Club's Pat Robertson and a group from Texas who believes through prophecies, dreams and visions — that Interstate 35 in Dallas is the “highway to holiness” referenced in the Old Testament.

No further commentary is needed for this video because it's all inside of this jaw-dropping presentation. Make sure you read what happened after the tape stopped rolling here , you won't believe it or maybe you will.

I can't wait to read the comments on this one.


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Of course you know I don't comment very often anymore but I feel it's necessary to say something to this.

It would be very easy to critize the church at large for what is going on here. We all know that these incidents happen very often and are not always indicative of the heart and intentions of God. The point of salvation and "deliverance" is to move from a life primarily lead by physical motivation and desires to a life that is completely and totally influenced by the Spirit of God. Every believer is at a different place on that journey.

It is the role of the church to facilitate that journey, providing support and encouragement along the way. While there are times when people need to hear the truth of what God expects of His children. This "telling the truth in love" approach does not always bring about the desired result.

The debate for me is not about whether being gay is going to send someone to hell or not. The debate is about how we can live a Spirit filled, centered, lead and guided life. This is a walk of faith, spiritual discipline, true love. It does not happen over night and does not necessarily look the same for everyone.

On behalf of Christiandom I personally apologize for the misleading testimony that this clip and the subsequent article promulgates. The power of God to change the heart of mankind from selfish, self-centered and egotistical living is real. I am not perfect but I am a living witness that He changed me.


December 19, 2007 1:24 PM


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