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Chris Rosebrough recently reviewed Bill Hybels who spoke at Hilsong Conference 2014. This review only proves yet again that Hillsong Church do not listen to God but invite dangerous men to teach things that counter the teachings of Christianity.
Warning: Some people may find the content incredibly unsettling and disturbing.
Chris opened up hhis review with this introduction:
“What you are going to hear here is, well, not narcissistic eisegesis [narcigesis]. Not psychological eisegesis [psychogesis] but leadership eisegesis. otherwise known as führergesis.” – 59:46 [Emphasis added]
This sermon starts in the second hour.
Birthing Anointings And Conception “Miracles”
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• Birthing Anointings and Conception “Miracles”
• Modern Tower of Babel?
• Sermon Review: Bill Hybels at Hillsong Conference
Source: Chris Rosebrough, Birthing Anointings And Conception “Miracles”, Fighting for the Faith, http://www.fightingforthefaith.com/2015/05/birthing-anointings-and-conception-miracles.html, Published 15/05/2015.
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churchwatcher please watch the sermon by brian houston called the gospel on hillsong tv.
its a very interesting listen.
Thanks WBM – Interestingly devoid of the gospel, a Clayton’s gospel, the ‘gospel’ you hear when you’re not hearing the gospel. Brian did some pretty fancy footwork to avoid telling us what the gospel actually is…(link here https://vimeo.com/128763250)
What Brian didn’t say:
“The gospel is the singularly most important communication of God to man. In Jesus, who is God the Son, we have the revelation of God’s love and sacrifice that saves us from God’s righteous judgment upon sinners.
The Bible tells us what the gospel is in 1 Cor. 15:1-4,
“Now I make known to you brethren, the gospel which I preached to you, which also you received, in which also you stand, by which also you are saved, if you hold fast the word which I preached to you, unless you believed in vain. For I delivered to you as of first importance what I also received, that Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures, and that He was buried, and that He was raised on the third day according to the Scriptures . . . ”
The Bible says that we are all sinners (Rom. 3:23). This means that we have all offended God. We have all broken His law. Therefore, we are guilty of having sinned. Because of this, we are separated from God (Isaiah 59:2), are dead in our sins (Rom. 6:23; Eph. 2:3), cannot please God (Rom. 3:10-11), and will suffer damnation (2 Thess. 1:9). The only way to escape this judgment is by receiving Christ–by trusting in what Jesus did on the cross (John 14:6; Acts 4:12; 1 Pet. 2:24).
Since we are sinners, we are incapable of removing the guilt of our sinfulness through our own efforts. Gal. 2:21 says, ” . . . if righteousness comes through the Law, then Christ died needlessly.” The Law is the do’s and don’t’s of moral behavior. In other words, we can’t become righteous by what we do. Why? Because we are dead in our sins (Eph. 2:3).
This means that since we cannot remove our own sins, God must do it.
Jesus, who is God in flesh (John 1:1, 14; 8:58; Col. 2:9), bore our sins in His body on the cross (1 Pet. 2:24). He died in our place. He paid the penalty of breaking the Law of God that should have fallen upon us. He satisfied the law of God the Father by dying on the cross.
It is only through Jesus that we can escape the penalty that God will execute upon all who have broken his holy and perfect law. Do you want to be saved from the righteous judgment of God? If so, if you want to become a Christian and follow God, then you must realize that you have sinned against God and are under his judgment. You must look to Jesus who died on the cross and trust what he did in order for you to be forgiven of your sentence and be saved from the judgment of God. This is accomplished by faith alone in what Jesus has done. You cannot add any human works to what Jesus has done.”