MATT REDMAN, POPISH PREACHERS AND UNITY WITH ROME

Christian music artist Matt Redman, singer and co-writer of the very popular song “10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord)”.

14 thoughts on “MATT REDMAN, POPISH PREACHERS AND UNITY WITH ROME

  1. “But evil men and seducers shall wax worse and worse, deceiving, and being deceived.” (2Timothy 3v13). Yes… no doubt about it – things are escalating. I have seen for some time all the mainline Protestant churches here aligning themselves with Rome. These are the days we are lving in. Not good – but thank you for confirming it here. I pray that it will alert others “on the brink” to the truth.

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    • It seems that I’m hearing more often these days of Protestant churches and ministries that embrace Rome. I agree things are definitely escalating and the deception is going to get worse. The ecumenism here has pretty much taken over the churches.

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  3. Thanks for sharing this good video, Cathy. Redman, Chris Tomlin, and the rest of the CCM machine propagate ecumenism with Rome. If a CCM artist did not support ecumenism and spoke out against it, they would be quickly marginalized.

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  4. I haven’t listened yet but will be!! I’m assuming it’s something your husband Billy is preaching on? If it is I know -glory yo God- I will get an education!!!

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  5. I too like that song by Matt redman, but after this video will not enjoy it as I once did by knowing this. This preacher sure uncovers many things that would ordinarily go unnoticed had he not had the red flag of being a former roman catholic and the false teaching of it. I believe many of the different denominations seek out those who have world status to promote their false doctrines, and if we are blind to the truth will fall prey to so many beliefs not of God. Thank you for sharing this Cathy. God Bless your day!
    Julia

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