Category Archives: Roman Catholicism

A PHOTO IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS

View photo at link. View it and weep. A PHOTO IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS 2 Timothy 4:3 1-5 I charge thee therefore before God, and the Lord Jesus Christ, who shall judge the quick and the dead at his … Continue reading

Posted in Apostasy, Assemblies of God, Baptist, Calvary Chapel, Christian, Christianity, Church, Pastors, Pentecostal, Roman Catholicism | Tagged

MICHAEL SATTLER – A Christian Martyr

The following quote is by Christian martyr Michael Sattler.  He proclaimed and defended the true Gospel of Jesus Christ.  He came against the false gospel of Roman Catholicism.  It cost him his life. “… If the Turks should come, we … Continue reading

Posted in Assemblies of God, Baptist, Calvary Chapel, Christian, Christianity, Pastors, Pentecostal, Quotes, Religion, Roman Catholicism | Tagged

SIGNS OF THE TIMES – Betrayal

Unimaginable… Betrayed with a kiss and Lou Engle of The Call Prostrates Himself, Kisses Foot of Catholic Leader as Act of ‘Reconciliation’  

Posted in Apostasy, Assemblies of God, Baptist, Calvary Chapel, Christian, Christianity, Church, Pastors, Pentecostal, Religion, Roman Catholicism | Tagged

Spurgeon, frank and to the point

Originally posted on Pilgrim’s Progress revisited – Christiana on the narrow way:
. “Essence of lies, and quintessence of blasphemy, as the religion of Rome IS… it nevertheless fascinates a certain order of Protestants, of whom we fear it…

Posted in Assemblies of God, Baptist, Calvary Chapel, Christian, Christianity, Church, Evangelism, Pastors, Pentecostal, Religion, Roman Catholicism, Uncategorized | Tagged

SIGNS OF THE TIMES – Infiltration Of The Protestant Church

Update:  March 2016 I wrote the post below in 2007. The apostasy has escalated. The number of Protestant Pastors singing the praises of Rome (and now singing the praises of Pope Francis) has grown rapidly. These Pastors are deceiving their … Continue reading

Posted in Apostasy, Assemblies of God, Baptist, Calvary Chapel, Christian, Christianity, Church, Pastors, Pentecostal, Religion, Roman Catholicism | Tagged