Satan’s Agents Have Come to Destroy the Authenticity of Pure Worship of Christ
“For the leaders of this people cause them to err; and they that are led of them are destroyed.” Isaiah 9:16
The seminarian takeover of the visible churches began decades ago. You don’t think the false religious leaders who had hi-jacked Judaism believed they were of Satan, do you? No, yet Jesus says they were of the devil himself and hell bound as well as leading others there also (Matthew 23; John 8:44, etc.).
THERE WERE NO professional clergy in the early church and yet there was “great power” to further the Gospel (Acts 4:32-33; 8:4; 17:6, etc.). They, the earliest saints of Christ, “turned the world upside down.” (Acts 17:6) Their only love and agenda was Jesus Christ. Show me one seminarian who is demolishing Satan. If you find one, it’s in spite of his so-called “higher education” and not because of it.
Jesus never sent anyone to any other school but the school of loving God wholly, knowing and hearing His voice, knowing and doing His Word, and walking in the Holy Ghost. The King of gory never attended a seminary or had letters behind His holy name, but rather attended to the voice, Word, and will of His Father. The Son of God was mocked and told He was unqualified by the false religious leaders of His day who are equivalent to the seminarians today’s apostate church world (John 7:17).
The best thing a Bible school, seminarian, or Bible College person can do is denounce their training and deny self, take up the cross, and follow Jesus. This is exclusively the abiding fellowship, relationship Jesus taught us produces “fruit,” “more fruit,” and “much fruit.” (John 15:1-16) To get to the root of things, which is God’s way, there must be a rooting out. His anointing will return if we do His way which always begins with true humility and repentance.
“See, I have this day set thee over the nations and over the kingdoms, to root out, and to pull down, and to destroy, and to throw down, to build, and to plant.” Jeremiah 1:10
There were no paid hirelings who insisted that they earn their keep by asserting their illegitimate authority over God’s people. There were no pride-filled wolves who usurpingly insisted that they were above others by way of the seminarian approval of mere men, their pretended knowledge of the Greek and Hebrew, etc..
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