Monday, September 19, 2016

Church Performs Pokemon Theme Song



 This is scary considering the "teachings" of Pokemon with it's "pocket monsters". This almost out does the parody from a few posts ago.

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ecclesiastes 12:13 declares that the whole duty of man is to fear God and his commandments. These commandments are found through out the bible.

God said the reason why he was against worship of other gods/demons is because the heathen did so and he hates it. He did not want the Israelites to be like the heathen. It is also revealed in the bible that God is a jealous God. He commanded the Israelites to never call on the name of another God.

Unfortunately those who are lost can't tell when Balaam's error is being committed for a profit. And this is what these young people are doing. How sad that they are so lost in trying to make Christianity "hip".

LORD have mercy!!!

Scott Wasinski said...

The watchmen and those of discernment have been kicked out of the churches and Satan is making an open mockery of the system and the people that claim to be "Christians"

Thank you BB for doing that article with Steve Dollins exposing Pokemon.

I really can't add anything more to this...it is all self explanatory.

Oh, I almost forgot "I'm not a robot"

Bible Believer said...

Yes its all about making church "hip" a showtime and worshipping "little monsters" even drawn with horns. I know I got a lot of mocking for the fairy article but no one ever answered my questions about why secular people are so enamored with supposed "imaginary" creatures [in their world view]

It has become an open mockery.

Anonymous said...

Bible Believer,

Yes, your fairy article was poo pooed by many who see these imaginary images as harmless. Many within Christianity actually believe C.S. Lewis was a believer in Jesus, and his books resonate a strong Christian faith.

Few believe otherwise concerning C.S. and actually believe he was a new ager so to speak, with a pagan, occultic worldview. His influence upon Christianity is overwhelming, using his "imagination" to woo people into the occult and this pokemon culture is using the exact same methods.

When we speak out against such things, church attendees mock, cajole and revile because they have not been shown the light of God's Word in conjunction with the occult. One pastor in a local Baptist church in our area quoted in his sermon, "the holy spirit is like The Force in the Star Wars movies...." I will not capitalize God, the Holy Spirit, when used in a comparison with evil, for the Holy Spirit always points us to Jesus, as stated in God's Word, and no one or nothing else.

So we have young pastors coming out of seminary, comparing paganism/hedonism/the occult, with the Words of our LORD. Perhaps instead of continuously begging for money on Sunday mornings, telling us we must tithe and give, give, give to their churches in order to receive god's blessing (religious blackmale by the way), to build the pastor and his important leadership's little kingdoms, perhaps the pastor needs to exhibit a little humility and begin the conversations with what is happening with spiritism/the occult/new age/ and that ridiculous New (actually age old) Apostolic Reformation garbage shown on Trinity Broadcasting Network/Godless T.V., in order to educate the blind pew sitters as to how satan is invading fundamental Christianity.

Pew sitters are now taking trips to the third heaven and coming back telling us of their wild adventures in a heaven induced by their own vanity/imagination/lusts to be more spiritual/and cravings to influence the gullible in making themselves more powerful in lording it over others.

It is the born again Christians who are pointing out this kind of evil and wickedness that are being mocked/persecuted.

Stand firm in the faith of Christ, Bible Believer, for we appreciate your contending for God's Word.

Grammy G said...

Anon you are spot on. We left a church of programmed people who saw nothing wrong with social gospel's of buying fair trade coffee, or using film clips of the Matrix, or Six Sense. Also, whending searching the hymnals, nothing about The Blood of Jesus. When asking the young associate pastor about it, he said ohhhhh you won't find that in those hymnals. Apparently the Covenant (North Park, Chicago) doesn't preach The Blood) and much on the Holy Spirit as I've know several young people who went there. But they do teach Psychology! Lol

The stuff being used in churches these days ims how's how easily we have bought the agenda! When I complained to the Pastor and to the "Leadership Team" I was basically laughed at, called "Narrowminded" which I actually took as a compliment. I walked out and haven't looked back!

Scott Wasinski said...

Anon. It is interesting that you brought up C.S. Lewis. I never did read the Narnia Chronicles or any of his works, but I did see cartoon clips of parts of the movie and have heard preachers allegorize the story of the lion dying for the others. I never realized how subtil the departures were from the Word of God. They are taught to use analogies, allegories, metaphors and imaginative, creative ways to relay a message. But the the root word of "imagination" is "image" and it wasn't until I was kicked out of the institutional church for speaking the Word of God, that I began to see all those little things that escaped my discernment.

I thank the Lord God for His great mercy and love. He is very near unto the broken and the contrite. He leads whosoever will seek Him in truth and verity. Being evicted from my home church and becoming alienated from all my close "brothers and sisters" )I thought were my true friends) was a very painful experience, but a very necessary one. Were it not for that, I might still have the woolen songlasses over my eyes.

Here is something I consider...we have been brought up in Christ, through many hardships, trials, afflictions, and so many adversities, because the Lord chose to grant us understanding for the times that we are living in. In Daniel 11 these words ring loud as I consider the likes of people that come here to Galatians 4: "And they that understand among the people shall instruct many: yet they shall fall by the sword, and by flame, by captivity, and by spoil, many days.
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Now when they shall fall, they shall be holpen with a little help: but many shall cleave to them with flatteries.
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And some of them of understanding shall fall, to try them, and to purge, and to make them white, even to the time of the end: because it is yet for a time appointed."

Unto Him that is worthy of all honor and all glory, belongs adoration and praise. For it is His pleasure that we grow in Him, in knowledge, in truth and in love. Blessings in the name of Jesus (the One that is written of by the prophets and the apostles).

I find myself stating which "Jesus" more often, because there are many Jesus' that have been graven in the hearts of men. The Osteens specifically pray to "Jesus, the one that has no vengeance in his heart."

But that is another soap box altogether. We are among those that seek the truth in the Word of Truth, the foundation of our faith, Jesus Christ (The Word of God) being the Chief corner stone:)

Still not a robot (anymore):)

Anonymous said...

Amen!

Anonymous said...

Grammy G, it's definitely a good thing to be called "Narrowminded". For narrow and straight is the road that leads to eternal life, but few there be that find it. The LORD also tells us to strive and enter into the narrow gate...

Their wide road is leading them fast and in a hurry to destruction.

God bless!

Anonymous said...

Grammy G.

Covenant churches are all about having a "fun" faith with no mention of exactly what sin entails. Sat in a convenant church for years (the pastor man who visited our home said he didn't want our family attending "his church." We did anyway which 'he' didn't like, for most of his sermons focused on "money, money, money." And during one sermon, he became so angry because the pew sitters weren't getting 'his' new church building passed through quick enough for his precious ego; he stated, "You can afford to panel the walls of your own homes, but you can't afford to give to a new church building?" He was red in the face when he stated that in raw, vicious anger. I had to leave after that, for his faith was one of materialism, money, and religious abuse for his name/gain.

And when we were out of town, we would attend Covenant churches in other areas, and I would have to say, that the Covenant churches are one of the coldest, rudest, and unloving churches we attended while visiting....far too much narcissism there, and NO humility.

I never saw or heard one person in the Covenant Church confess a sin or exhibit any repentance....let alone talk about their faith in Jesus Christ....and yet those individuals thought they knew a jesus 'better' than the rest of us!

Will never set foot in a Covenant church ever again.

Bible Believer said...

Avoid covenant churches like the plague. I am glad you are out of them now.

http://galatiansfour.blogspot.com/2011/02/covenant-membership-and-federal-vision.html

Grammy G said...

Anon-no need to worry! Never will I attend again. They are getting a new pastor and people are urging us to come back. I have no intentions of going back! It is all about money!!! And being the biggest church in town. Where everyone goes to do business! They didn't like our Spirit-filled attitudes anyway. Thanks Anon and BB for the confirmation!!!

Rena Johnson said...

AMEN!!!!!!!!!

Bible Believer said...

Scott sorry but I can't allow meet up information on the blog. Probably if you clicked on each other's profiles, you can find someone's email that way.

Bible Believer said...

I am glad you are out of the covenant church Grammy. :) Yes do stay away.

Bible Believer said...

Scott its a rule on most websites, there's complex reasons but I would recommend if folks want to email each other look at profiles to see if they can. Also posting emails is against rules on most websites, you can get a lot of spam yourself that way. My email is on the profile for this blog.

Bible Believer said...

It has to do with liability issues, I believe you are real but I can't take responsiblity for meet-ups in real life on this blog, it's one reason people outlaw on many forums meet ups and dating information etc. [I know your motive was fellowship]

Bible Believer said...

I have gotten shills entering my real life for this blog, [and even though I think you are an honest poster in this case] this is something I can't take on. Readers who want to communicate probably most likely would have emails available. Due to the controversial nature of this blog, many go anonymous here.