The State of Christianity is Dying

       The State of Christianity is Dying

        If any discerning believer takes a look at the Church today they can see the many problems that have developed over the ages that have been causing the downfall of the Christian church. Faith is becomming less and less. We are living in dangerous times and I feel sooner than later the Antichrist will appear. There have been many “antichrists” already of course as it says in 1 John, and there are still some today. Most noteable are the “really cool, hip pastors with really neet stories and jokes who wear cool glasses and jeans and reek of postmodernism.” Beware my fellow Christians of who is in your church! Even youth pastor’s have been known to set individual churches against itself through the power of youth in numbers.

        John MacArthur says it best in a sermon of his about this very issue:

“It seems to me that if any one problem outstrips all of the others in the church today, it is the utter lack of spiritual discernment (which is the ability to discern truth from error regarding God and the things of God.) The church today has boudles credulity (..they’ll believer virtually anything). And the result is, the modern Christian church is filled with bad decisions, faulty reasoning, superficial understanding, shallow knowledge and widespread ignorance. Collectively, those things have added more anguish to the church throughout her history, than all of the persecutions combined. Jesus said that wolves would come in sheep’s clothing.” The Apostle Paul said “grievous wolves will enter in, not sparing the flock.” Paul wrote to Timothy and said as time goes on “evil men will get worse and worse, and deceptions will increase.” Paul again said, “There will be doctrines of demons that will lead people astray.” To put it mildly, there is a world of chaos and confusion in the church today. We cannot, therefore, believe for a moment that everyone who claims to be “in Christ” and claims to “speak on behalf of Christ” is speaking the truth. Distinguishing between truth and error has become vital to the 21st century Christian. Yet, despite that, there is a greater than ever lack of discernment in the church today. And it is showing up in all kinds of different ways. The undiscerning contemporary church, for example, has often rejected Darwin and Huxley and accepted Freud. It has often rejected doctrine and favored the embraced so-called “unity in our relationships” …as if that were the priority. It has become fascinated with entertainment and bored with exposition. It has been enamored with feelings, and undervalued clear thinking. As a result, evangelical Christianity …and listen to this… is fighting for its very life. I’ll say it again. As a result, evangelical Christianity is fighting for its very life. And our time cries out for people with discernment… with the ability to tell the false from the true.”
He goes on to say further,

“Anything other than the truth…Any ideology, any philosophy, any theory, any viewpoint, any religion…other than the truth is DEMONIC.”

I could not have said it better. Hold to the Bible for all of your beliefs and be wary! Search the Scriptures daily! Be willing to stand up and fight against heresy in your own church. If something does not sound right, it probably isn’t. So bring it up. Protect the faith and your fellow church bretheren.

2 thoughts on “The State of Christianity is Dying

  1. It’s ironic how in America we’re so blessed with so many resources to understand God’s Truth better, but we fail to utilize those resources properly.

    • Exactly. It is very upsetting to me. So many Christians lack any depth, understanding, wisdom, or any concern for intellectual and spiritual things. You should watch my video on youtube about this. We need to know THE TRUTH as FACT not opinion. God gave us a Bible so we can know Him and many church people don’t even read it! So many false doctrines are spreading…beware you never know your church could be next. We are living in the end times.

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