Tag: Idolatry

The blasphemous politization of Proverbs 29:2

I’m seeing various Proverbs 29:2 memes posted similar to this. Though we can apply this to our current circumstances in America, this verse is not speaking specifically of America or her politics. And it’s certainly not speaking of Donald Trump. Surely according to the worlds standards, Trump was a far better president than Biden. But

Coach Joe Kennedy’s ecumenicalism should concern the Church

According to the ideals of our nation, what Coach Joe Kennedy said was accurate but not Biblical. Though we benefit from the constitution, according to the Scriptures, there is only one true God and faith. This post will anger those who have made idols of sports, America, or the constitution. But we need to think

Has G3 Josh Buice & Paul Washer become Big Eva?

As you know I made a podcast calling out Josh Buice and Paul Washer for their false teaching and application on Romans 13. A fruit of that teaching was the cowardly closure of churches during Covid. Had it been their own private decision between their Elders, I would have remained silent. But what provoked me to

Pushing back against the increase of #Nationalism in the church

Based on social media posts and conversations I’ve had with some; it is obvious that many are becoming faithlessly desperate for a better nation. And for most of them, their solutions are not Biblical, but rather are carnal, secular, political, and/or pragmatic. Consequently, I’m seeing a rapid increase of bringing nationalism into the church, and a

Hebrews chapter 3, by Bill Rhetts

This is an exposition of the entire chapter three. Vs 1-6 is the supremacy of Christ above Moses (or any of todays celebrity pastors – aka idolatry) Vs 7-13 is a grim warning of the sin and danger of unbelief Vs 14-19 is the necessity of faith in Christ, and of steadfastly following him.

Professing Christians blaspheme Christ with their MAGA hat

The below photograph is courtesy of Jarrad Henderson of USA TODAY. It was taken on Jan. 6th at a rally in Washington D.C. This photograph depicts a violation of the first three Commandments. Forgive me for sharing it, but Christ’s Church must rebuke, oppose, and expose this grave sin against our Lord (Ephesians 5:1-21). This

An Exposition of Psalm 75, by Pastor Bill Rhetts

In this expositional teaching of Psalm 75, I also gave a call to action to examine ourselves for any pastoral idolatry or grandstanding. And to continually embrace the pillars of Sola Scriptura and Soli Deo Gloria. And what’s in that cup of red wine?