This is not your typical Misread Text post...
Martin Luther conveyed a biblical truth when writing this hymn, that God would always be with those He loves and would always protect His elect.
The question I intend to answer is not whether or not I love guns. The question is how Christians should approach guns? Are they necessary? Would Jesus allow them?
When it comes to picking an expository preacher, there is a lot to choose from, but none could compare to the tenacious, dedicated, and the faithful-to-the-text preaching of Dr. Martin Lloyd Jones.
We can't ignore the fact that the Bible mentions that we must accept Christ as Lord and our Savior; not one or the other, but both.
From the shallow, Charismatic speaker to the few Reformed preachers, Luke 18:27 has been taken out of its original context and has been purposefully misread.
Not only is this post necessary, but it is long overdue.
Holy, Holy, Holy is definitely one of the finest hymns, and one of the most God-glorifying ones as well.
He has lied, deceived, and robbed countless people. The truth of the matter is that Benny Hinn should be considered the greatest con man who ever lived.