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Judgment or Revival? by Holly Dye

What is this being proclaimed from our pulpits? Never have I heard such a conglomeration of psychology mixed with paganistic beliefs!  These purveyors of false doctrine continue to spew their vile regurgitations of Hellenistic half-truths to the multitudes. Do our American pastors pray and seek God for their messages? Or do they surf the purpose-driven… Continue reading Judgment or Revival? by Holly Dye

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Self Indulgent Shepherds by Holly Dye

In my observance of the church, I have witnessed what can be called effeminate preaching. Unfamiliar with the word? Webster’s Dictionary describes effeminate as melting into weakness. Vincent’s Word Studies describes it as luxurious and dainty. Albert Barnes’ Notes on the Bible has this to say of being effeminate: it denotes those who give themselves… Continue reading Self Indulgent Shepherds by Holly Dye

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Behold, Your Bondservant by Holly Dye

If your servant comes in from plowing or from taking care of the sheep, would you say, “Welcome! Come on in and have something to eat”? No, you wouldn’t say that. You would say, “Fix me something to eat. Get ready to serve me, so I can have my meal. Then later on you can… Continue reading Behold, Your Bondservant by Holly Dye

Authentic Christianity · Christianity · discernment

Sheep Musings by Holly Dye

Reading John chapter 10, I was vividly reminded why we need to stay close to the Master Shepherd. As sheep, we must be told what to do and where to go, other wise we’ll wander off and get lost. Jesus said the two characteristics of sheep are they will hear His voice and follow it.… Continue reading Sheep Musings by Holly Dye