Reading Time: 6 minutes To many church-going, self-professing believers, they will not likely have much desire to watch this movie, because they themselves lack the understanding of what is true righteousness, despite God having shaped, trained and given us a righteous king, to set clear examples for us to follow. Likewise they fail to understand the significance of the appointment of this wise king, to the highest office in the land.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Refusing to be held accountable. False prophets may resist scrutiny or accountability for their actions, often isolating themselves and their followers from the wider community and dismissing criticism or concerns from others.
Reading Time: 8 minutes Because, the parents of other kids and children, saw the uncomfortable truth, that the Sunday school at the City Of Praise Church Rawang, is not a school that trains people towards godliness, but they teach and lie to the kids, to believe and to have faith in these false preachers and their schemes, that as long as anyone puts on the mask and calls himself a Christian, he can be trusted without questions asked.
Reading Time: 7 minutes And no preacher ever highlight to any believer that the Scripture made it all too clear, that no fornicator, unclean person, covetous man, idolaters, has any inheritance in the kingdom of Christ and God (Ephesians 5:5). And no preacher warns anyone that cowards, unbelievers, the abominable ones, murderers, sexually immoral, sorcerers, idolaters, and all liars shall eventually throw into the lake of fire and brimstone (Revelation 21:8).
Reading Time: 7 minutes While reading from the book of Deuteronomy 13:1-5, Dr Chee Weng Chee, the senior pastor of SIBKL, once said during a sermon, that the death penalty for being a false prophet is only valid in the olden days and not now. In his own words, this man read verse 5 as follows, “… that prophet or dreamer, olden days ah, not now, must be put to death”.
Reading Time: 7 minutes … that when we look at these big denominations, and when we look at the way certain big churches are (being) run, they are really about protecting their brand. They want to control the narrative, even when somebody leaves, we must kind of like mention it in a way that and make the organization look good, and sometimes in doing so, they make the individual look really, really bad. Jonathan Ngan – Ex-Youth Pastor Of SIBKL