Saturday, September 20, 2014

John Hagee's False Zionist Antichrist Gospel



This is an older video, but I agree with the message, warning of John Hagee's false teachings and those who deny Jews the gospel.

12 comments:

Victoria Di Agnello said...

He's one of the biggest wolves of deceit around today. Full of heresies! Just google for the details.

Ruth said...

My granddaughter, who was 3 yrs old at the time, commented on John Hagee. I was changing channels and John Hagee appeared on the screen. My granddaughter was sitting on my lap and looked at me and said,"he's not a nice man, grandma". Out of the mouths of babes!

JL said...

To Pastor John Hagee,

I want to warn you out of love that you cannot inherit eternal life until you divorce your mistress and repent of your sins.

Love,

jl, humble slave of EL ELYON.

Bible Believer said...

Ruth, your granddaughter probably picked on something. LOL, they don't have any pretense at that age.

Bible Believer said...

I didn't realize he had married a mistress, looked it up JL. He isn't qualified to be a pastor according to the bible.

Anonymous said...

"I want to warn you out of love that you cannot inherit eternal life until you divorce your mistress and repent of your sins. "

That is not salvation and repentance tho. You are saying that he has to stop sinning to become saved, he must divorce his mistress. That would be works based salvation. Kinda like Lordship salvation.

If he got saved, THEN he might be guided by the holy spirit to leave his mistress, not BEFORE he is saved. There is no holy spirit in him, to guide him, before salvation.

Bible Believer said...

Hagee isn't saved. He preaches direct false gospel.

Yes you are right leaving his mistress won't save him. He needs to believe and be born again, and then would feel convicted to leave the mistress and repent of his false teachings.

JL said...

Dear Anon,

Does JL believe in Lordship salvation doctrine? No way! JL trust in God's word alone, and not in man's doctrines.

Repentance doesn't mean to "stop sinning". Repentance means "to change your mind". Repentance comes first, and salvation second. The scriptures that teach this are listed below:

Hebrews 4:12
For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any twoedged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.

Acts 2:37
When the people heard this, they were cut to the heart and said to Peter and the other apostles, “Brothers, what shall we do?”

Mark 1:15
...repent ye, and believe the gospel.

Acts 2:37-38
Peter replied, “Repent and be baptized, every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins. And you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. The promise is for you and your children and for all who are far off—for all whom the Lord our God will call.”

Anonymous said...

Dear JL,

Thank you for taking the time to write that response about repentance and including the bible verses. It inspired me to read a bunch of verses in context about repentance, and I think I have a better understanding now.

I've loved Jesus since I was a tiny girl. I do not remember a conversion experience or a special prayer. I was taught about Jesus and the bible from my toddler days and I believed it. In elementary school, I preached the gospel and sang hymns on the school bus. I'm sure I was considered an odd child. Around 8 or 10 years old, an older couple from church really encouraged me to memorize and read the word for myself and I did. Not perfectly, not everyday but in spurts, I have been reading and memorizing the word of God from a young age.

It is only in the last couple of years that I have become aware of theology and schools of thought. But, I do know the word of God pretty well. I heard about Calvinism vs Arminianism, so I looked them up. Immediately I was repulsed by some of the Calvinist doctrine and knew it didn't line up with the word. And then I looked up arminianism and didn't entirely agree with it either. It is the word of God we need to study and follow, not the schools of thought.

I remember in high school hearing for the first time about pre-trib rapture and speaking up and saying that the church should not teach this. Jesus says no one knows the day or hour, but be ready. Be ready for persecution, and be ready for his return. But the church should not teach that we WILL be taken up before hard times come because that is not what Jesus taught.

I remember in high school hearing for the first time about pre-trib rapture and speaking up and saying that the church should not teach this. Jesus says no one knows the day or hour, but be ready. Be ready for persecution, and be ready for his return. But the church should not teach that we will be taken up before hard times come because that is not what Jesus taught.

So back to the repentance and Lordship Doctrine issue – I’m still not entirely sure I understand the controversy. It is not a magic prayer or a formula that saves sinners, it is the blood of Jesus Christ. But the whole believe not repent thing doesn’t entirely make sense either. Mark 1:4 says “John came baptizing in the wilderness and preaching a baptism of repentance for the remission of sins.” Jesus and John’s early sermons were summed up in the single sentence “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is near.” So repenting is pretty important. But if repent means change your mind, see things Jesus’s way, believe him, then that makes sense. Last thought: remission of cancer means that it is no longer ruling your life, making you ill. You get a new chance at life. Remission of sins is the same. I thought a lot about that when I had cancer.
Joy


Anonymous said...

"I remember in high school hearing for the first time about pre-trib rapture and speaking up and saying that the church should not teach this. Jesus says no one knows the day or hour, but be ready. Be ready for persecution, and be ready for his return. But the church should not teach that we WILL be taken up before hard times come because that is not what Jesus taught. "

That is up for debate.

As far as repentance. I believe that repentance for salvation is going from unbelief to belief. Changing your mind. Realizing that you are a sinner who needs Jesus. Even God was said to of repented. So one has to be careful when using the word repent. Clearly God cannot sin. He was not forsaking sin when he "repented". And God does not make mistakes.

Genesis 6:6 and Exodus 32:14

There is this article on repentance and salvation.

http://www.gotquestions.org/repentance.html



Anonymous said...

Joy,

Your last paragraph is especially sweet as I love the analogy you put forth concerning remission.

May our LORD be with you always dear sister.

Smooothlegs said...

praise JESUS FOR YOU TALI I AGREE YOU PRAISE GOD GOD IS MOVING HE NEVER MADE SENSE FOR ME PRAISE JESUS HE IS RAISING ME LIKE YOU TO SPEAK TRUTH PRAISE YOU YESHUA!!! EXPOSE THIS WOLF HE IS A MAD DOG!!!!
JESUS BLESS YOU TALI