There are many presumed ministers of Christ who teach that God only wants and does the good things that happen to us, never the evil. This is fanciful, flesh-satisfying, anti-Christ doctrine from Hell. We better believe that God is in full control over both good and evil, or we will faint when evil and tribulation come to try us. We need to understand that God is over all things. Otherwise, why are we told to fear Him? “Behold therefore the goodness and severity of God…” (Romans 11:22).
“And his wife said to him, ‘Do you still hold to your integrity? Curse God and die!’ But he said to her, ‘You speak as one of the foolish ones speak. What? Shall we receive good at the hand of God, and shall we not receive evil?’ In all this Job did not sin with his lips” (Job 2:9-10 MKJV).
“I am the LORD, and there is none else, no God besides Me; I clothed you, though you have not known Me; that they may know from the rising of the sun, and to the sunset, that there is none besides Me. I am the LORD, and there is none else; forming the light and creating darkness; making peace and creating evil. I the LORD do all these things” (Isaiah 45:5-7 MKJV).
Consider the alternative to this devilish teaching of unbelief: Knowing the Lord is over all brings confidence and faith, and produces rest in one’s soul. Trust in the Omnipotent Lord with all your heart, don’t trust your impotent self or despair over the power of the Devil, and you’ll have the Rest of God.
From: Janet To: The Path of Truth Sent: Tuesday, June 21, 2016 12:59 AM Subject: Confused I just got through watching an episode of "It's Supernatural" with Sid Roth. Obviously, you don't like him very much. I decided to read your article which claimed to "expose" him, but nowhere in this article could I find anything specific that explained how he turned to the occult, and could not be believed/trusted. I'm not objecting to your claims; I'm just saying that you don't seem to provide any proof for them. So my question is simply, what things has Mr. Roth done/not done that you find objectionable? Bear in mind that I'm really not familiar with the guy at all and I'm not trying to defend him because I've only watched one of his shows, and it was the first time I had even heard of him. I'm just wondering why you find him to be a false prophet, or whatever. I feel that such accusations should not be made lightly, because they may be read and believed by many people without any substantiation. Again, I would be interested in reading your explanation for your objection to Mr. Roth. For all I know, I may agree with you. Thanks. I do not use this Gmail address for mail; if you do care to write, I can be reached at . From: Paul Cohen and Victor Hafichuk To: Janet Sent: Friday, July 08, 2016 6:35 AM Subject: Re: Confused You most certainly are confused, Jan, but it’s not because we haven’t stated things plainly. For example, Mr. Roth himself explains abou...
Those who aren’t the Lord’s haven’t heard the voice of the Lord, for He says, “My sheep hear My voice” (John 10:27). Throughout the Scriptures, in both Old and New Testaments, believers heard the voice of God directly and personally. But unbelievers today, many of whom think themselves to be born-again Christians, say, “Now that Christ is in us, He doesn’t have to speak to us any longer, as God did in the past, because we now have the completed Bible.”
Amy, a follower of John Clark, declares that she has come out of men's works ("Pastor John's House" - Is that not a man's name and work?). She proposes to love others out of false religion as well. She is deceived, and her love, therefore, is deceptive.