He Made a Believer Out of Me

Enjoy this clip of Bishop G. E. Patterson preaching at TBN! This is one of his evangelistic sermons that he has preached all over the country.

Did You Go to Church Today?

Did you go to church today? This simple question should be posed to most internet heresy hunters and internet ministry critics. The writer penned in Hebrews 10:25-25 Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is; but exhorting one another: and so much the more, as ye see the day approaching. Are we all getting that right? Did you go to church today? Are we forsaking our local assemblies to have church at home because no church is right? Are we not shunning church attendance as a major tenet of the faith? Let’s not get into this gray area, attend a Bible Believing, Bible Preaching, Bible Living, Bible Practicing Church near you!

Are You a Soul Winner?

Do you win souls? This should be one of the first questions posed to an internet ministry. The World Wide Web is a tremendous forum for people of faith to use to reach the world. This medium gives one an audience with nearly the entire world. Should we use this medium to bash other ministries or should we use this medium to win souls to Christ? Are the sites of heresy hunters productive to the kingdom? If one does anything at all that is productive in the kingdom, there will be a website bashing that individual in a relatively short period of time. Are these website used by the enemy to discredit other ministries that would have an impact on the lives of those who do not know the Lord? Do these websites win anyone to the kingdom at all? Are you a Soul Winner?

Do Skeptics or Critics Produce Revival?

In the whole of the scriptures, has there ever been a skeptic, critic, or a heresy hunter that produced any lasting revival? Revivals seldom come from the writings or musings of the critic. There are many believers in the Body of Christ that don’t agree with every wave that comes through the Body of Christ. Yet, is it a good use of energy and is it productive for the Kingdom’s sake to just sit back and pass judgement on the ministries of others? There have been doctrinal differences throughout the annals of the church, and these differences will exist to the return of Jesus Christ. Jesus once said in St. Luke 11:17-But he, knowing their thoughts, said unto them, Every kingdom divided against itself is brought to desolation; and a house divided against a house falleth. The policy of passing judgment on other ministries publicly, without spending an adequate amount of time helping to win souls for Christ is counterproductive for the kingdom. God used men of action throughout the whole of the scriptures, for a man or woman to be a person of faith at all, would require that particular man or woman to be a person of action. Revivals hardly ever come from the halls of the skeptic, Hebrews 11 is filled with the stories of valiant men and women who did not spend a preponderance of their time criticizing others in the ministry, but there were men and women who were busy building the kingdom. Can a skeptic produce a revival? Let’s call out things that need to be called out, but let’s spend the majority of our time building the kingdom!