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Beware Indoctrination

Who are you to pass judgment on the servant of another? It is before his own master that he stands or falls. And he will be upheld, for the Lord is able to make him stand. Romans 15:4 ESV Indoctrination. Nasty word. When I hear it, it congers up visions of small school children marching into a communist classroom to hear propaganda akin to fantasy. The word carries me down to a South American country where hundreds drank the Kool-Aid of deception and died at the hands of a man named Jim Jones. Forced brainwashing is the bread and butter of indoctrination. It promises free thinking, but it is quickly replaced by the pressure to embrace the information presented, else we appear slow or stupid.

Free-Will Glory

One of the most precious words in all the Bible is the word, “whosoever.” I have lately been celebrating the beautiful thought that God offers His Christ to, “whosoever will may come.” There are no qualifying factors of age, or sex, or people group, that must be met in order to be saved. The rich and the poor come as equals and are equally welcomed. The doors of God’s kingdom are swung open wide, because when Christ died, He died for every single man, women, and child that has ever walked the face of the earth. He did not die for a select group of favorites, but for every sinner. His blood was poured out for all. The word, “whosoever,” occurs 183 times in 163 verses in the Bible. Our minds n

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