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Offline Davidjayjordan

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Get used to being called a cult member
« on: Thu Dec 12, 2013 - 18:51:14 »
If people aren't telling you that you are a cult member and that your church is not a cult system then obviously you are not following the Lord. If your church or religious system is nicely worldly and agreeable to all, then you obviously are not like the early Christians or latter ones. They called Jesus a cult leader and his followers cultic fanatics. so as with them, so with us.

Therefore I would suggest we not get into calling other groups cults too much, or saying other individual people are cultic or crazy or demented too much, because these are the labels they will be calling us if we follow the Lord. For now and soon, the evil government systems will get even worse under their cultic demonic influences so that if we do not follow them and take their ID and MARK, they will call us cult members and not paart of the new society and new government. We will be deemed devils, and terrorists and cult members and we will be eliminated.

So get used to be called a devil, a cult member and worse.


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Re: Get used to being called a cult member
« Reply #1 on: Tue Jan 14, 2014 - 22:19:52 »
There is only one church [body] that has Jesus as the head. So what do you think of someone who believes in more than one Church [body] of Christ?
What do you think? What does Scripture say?

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Re: Get used to being called a cult member
« Reply #2 on: Fri May 06, 2016 - 06:11:46 »
I don't know.  I used to go to Boston movement, ICOC seminars and services because i didn't think they were a cult and rejected all the warning signs...now, I'm wondering about many churches where you go in but don't have freedoms to express how you really feel or even leave the assembly.  Any church where you're too afraid the leaders will come after you for leaving is sort of scary.

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Re: Get used to being called a cult member
« Reply #3 on: Fri May 06, 2016 - 06:55:47 »
If people aren't telling you that you are a cult member and that your church is not a cult system then obviously you are not following the Lord.

Then I have arrived.

The Roman Catholic family members who religiously ( using that term lightly) attend weekly mass believe that mom and I are members of a cult.

WE ARE PRESBYTERIANS  ::giggle::

Evangelical Presbyterian as we left the USA behind to follow what God truly expects.

And as such we are considered to be in a cult.

I remember back when dad was alive, one day sitting in the middle of the family saying how grateful he was for Jesus and there was laughter.....

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Re: Get used to being called a cult member
« Reply #4 on: Fri May 06, 2016 - 21:47:22 »
I don't know a whole lot about Presbyterians, but i was familiar with campus crusade or campus outreach at one time on college campuses.  Also, i've met some females who are presbyterian that say they are a discipling ministry, which i found very attracted to when i was younger, the discipling ministries i mean.  The presbyterians i know seem committed to the cause... but i know little about them.



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