After any act of obedience or devotion, look to Christ for He is the cause. After any moral failure, look to Christ for He is the cure.— Paul Washer (@paulwasher) March 15, 2015
Sunday, March 15, 2015
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
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Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Jesus had little trouble reaching the harlots, the thieves, robbers, criminals, outcasts, and sinners of society, including the tax collectors and the extortionists, but He had an almost impossible time reaching the religious, self-righteous, moral people who were under the illusion and self-deception that because of their goodness, everything was OK between them and God. They recognized no sin, so they needed no Savior. That is always the danger of morality. Morality creates an illusion of safety when in fact the person who is moral may be in the greatest danger of all.
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Sunday, July 13, 2014
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Paul Washer addresses his critics on the Tom Roten Morning Show regarding the Lordship Salvation controversy.
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Thursday, April 10, 2014
Thursday, February 20, 2014
Listening to this sermon (here) really helped me understand how abusers think and the physiological harm they heap on their victims over a period of years. This is also very helpful as to why a few women I've met throughout the years seemed to be off emotionally. They have been in a POW camp for crying out loud!!
In an earlier post I mentioned a friend of mine who endured many years of abuse from a man who was brought up in a church. She recently fled that abuser, yet he still attends that church (of course she had to leave).
Here is a little spoiler of how victims and church leaders should take nothing less than a Paulific repentant transformation from alleged abusers: "Finding out that you're a verbal abuser/controller is a bit like falling down the rabbit hole. Your entire reality is shaken to the core to find out your relationships are broken, and that those around are frightened of you; that something is horribly wrong with the way that you view and communicate with the world. It is a very scary and life changing event. That is the spirit of fear...that is the Holy Spirit at work. It is the trauma of seeing ourselves as we really are; condemned before God."
Where are the Shepherds?
Pretend Repentance is Worse Than No Repentance