Tuesday, June 6, 2023

For Followers of Jesus - Surviving Worldly Religion

By Tim Gamble

A major part of being able to survive the Dystopian future that we are already entering is resisting those forces manipulating us. The way to do this is to build alternative systems to the Worldly systems of the Elites, including their system of Worldly religion. To that end, I want to make you aware of a series of articles I wrote recently for my Resistance website, TimGamble.com:

Don't forget my article, Precepts of Biblical Survivalism, which I posted on this website back in May. In that article I provide, among other things, at least 16 quotes from the Old and New Testaments proving that self-reliance and preparedness are Biblical concepts. 

Feeling Bad About Leaving Your Woke Church?

Some folks stay at their liberal, "woke" church long after they realize how far from God and the Bible it has strayed. Why? For many, it is out of some sense of misguided loyalty. Or maybe they are worried about what their fellow church members might say or think. Or they just don't want to have that uncomfortable conversation with their pastor or priest. 

As Bible-believing followers of Jesus, our loyalty is to God, not to a particular pastor or priest. Our loyalty is to Jesus, not to a particular denomination, or even a particular congregation. Our loyalty is supposed to be to Him, not to them. Remember who you owe loyalty to, follow Him, and you will be okay. 

There are alternatives to continuing to attend a "woke" church:
  • Find a Bible-believing, Bible-teaching congregation to join (there are still a few around, although they are getting rare).
  • Find a home church or private Bible-study group to meet with on a regular basis.
  • Start home church or prayer / Bible-study group with family and friends who also believe in the Bible.
You don't need a fancy Church building to do Church right. In fact, most of the churches of the New Testament met in people's homes, not in any specially-designated building. Home churches are much more Biblical than modern mega-churches and cathedrals with their steeples and stained glass windows. 

A Church should be unapologetically Bible-believing and Bible-teaching - and that means ALL of the Bible, from Genesis 1:1 through Revelation 22:21No cherry-picking the "acceptable" passages. No avoiding the uncomfortable ones. No trying to "fit in" with the modern world.

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My two favorite and most used Bibles: 

The NKJV, American Patriot's Bible, The Word of God and the Shaping of America - One of my favorites, the New King James Version is literal, accurate, and easy-to-read for most modern folks. The American Patriot's Bible "shows how the history of the United States connects the people and events of the Bible to our lives in a modern world. The story of the United States is wonderfully woven into the teachings of the Bible." Lot's of articles and study notes showing the Importance of God and the Bible to our nation's founding and subsequent history. 

The Scriptures - This new English translation includes Genesis through Revelation, and restores the Name of our Creator to the text in each place it occurs. This new version in English is a literal translation by Institute for Scripture Research, overseen by Dr. Chris Koster. New in this 2009 edition: Improvements to the text - seeking a yet closer equivalent to the literal meaning of the original language. Quotations / Allusions from the Old Testament are in bold type in the New Testament, and are accompanied by the text references - aiding your understanding of the original contexts, and how they influence the writers drawing upon them.

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