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Beware of Charity Ministries

Updated: Jan 15

Charity Ministries, also known as Charity Christian Fellowship was founded in 1982 by a former Baptist named Denny Kenaston (1949–2012) and a former Amish named Mose Stoltzfus (1946–2020), in Leola, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Since then the ministry has expanded and encompasses a bimonthly magazine called Heartbeat of the Remnant, a tape recording ministry, dozens of associated churches (many using the name Charity), and missionary work in Africa, Middle East and Asia, according to their website. In the latter part of the 2010's, a number of the conservative Charity congregations grouped together as the Agape Christian Fellowship. Much of Charity Ministries emphasis is an alleged emulation of historical tenets of the Anabaptist movement of the 16th century, including "feet washing, the devotional head covering, the holy kiss, non-swearing of oaths and practicing Biblical Nonresistance." (website).

Charities teaching on godly family life, child training, modesty and traditional conservatism has attracted people to the ministry, with many moving to Pennsylvania from other parts of North America to join Charity Christian Fellowship because of this teaching. Some of these things we would definitely agree with, such as child rearing, the home, modesty, and their position on divorce and remarriage (similar to our position, which is this and this), but there are serious dangers in Charity Ministries (1 Tim 4:1; 1 Jn 4:1).

The doctrinal and practical stance of Charity Ministries is similar to that of highly conservative or tradition-based Mennonites with a slight Baptist, Amish and Pentecostal flavour. On the other hand, stylistically they embrace the fervent and emotion charged preaching, prayer, and congregational styles of revivalism, in contrast to the somber and silent temperament of the Mennonites and the Amish. Charity is really a synthesis of revivalism with anabaptism, where much of the revivalism would have been learned under Jack Hyles, in the revivalist IFB churches, which are almost entirely heretical. Hence the attraction by mostly those of a Mennonite background. A number of years ago, this group attempted to start a church in northern Alberta amongst the Mennonites, but it didn't last.

I have personally encountered some of the men in Charity Ministries, and can attest to some of the false doctrines and practices described below. Consider now some among many reasons concerning their beliefs and practices as to why the Charity group is both unscriptural and heretical:

1. Charity does not believe in the doctrine of eternal security of salvation and requires members to renounce this critical doctrine inseparable from salvation.

When someone seeks to become a member of Charity Ministries, they are required to renounce the doctrine of Eternal Security. Charity believes in a false doctrine of conditional security, which is a false gospel, explained here: Losing Salvation is a False Gospel Propagated by False Teachers.

They embrace the false belief that a Christian can fall away from the faith and that ones salvation is conditioned on the daily faith that works to maintain that position, so that they will endure to the end, or risk losing it. "Faith" is confined purely to the intellect (though they would deny that), while they live mostly after the lusts of their flesh, which aren't always immoral; they can appear quite pious externally (while hiding a multitude of secret sins, fulfilling precisely what the Lord Jesus sharply called out in Matt 23: "hypocrites!" "blind guides,""whited sepulchres, which indeed appear beautiful outward, but are within full of dead men's bones, and of all uncleanness,""so ye also outwardly appear righteous unto men, but within ye are full of hypocrisy and iniquity,"etc). They clearly do not know the true gospel of Christ, nor the true grace of God. They are very, very confused people, and have merely embraced a form of works-salvation, which seem to run rank amongst conservative Mennonite groups. In teachings like this—which are very popular among majority conservative Mennonite groups—one can never be sure that one has enough faith to be saved. So salvation is removed from the instantaneous new birth as described consistently in Scripture and the gospel requires, to something that takes place over a lifetime, a form of process salvation that relies on works, ending as it would in an imminent-death bed confessional/repentance crisis moment, that is, if death bears convenient opportune for such a moment. But neither is this true salvation; the false faith coupled with some sort of superficial "repentance" carries on as they slam into a Christ-less eternity of darkness and torment, fulfilling what Pr 1:20-32 fearfully warns about. Again, its a system of works that relies on daily repentance, dead faith, and traditional, ritual, robotic processes. I understand this Christ-less process of works because I was once duped by the dead faith, false works-salvation system as well, in my blinded and lost estate (2 Cor 4:3). But then "the light of the glorious gospel of Christ, who is the image of God, . . . shine[d] unto [me]." (2 Cor 4:4).

A believer cooperates with what God does in saving him, but it is God who keeps him saved. Scripture is clear on this. Many passages teach the eternal security of a believer, and two texts are definitive on the point that if a professing believer defects, he was never saved in the first place. 1 Jn 2:19,

“They went out from us, but they were not of us; for if they had been of us, they would no doubt have continued with us: but they went out, that they might be made manifest that they were not all of us.”

When someone does not continue, he never had salvation in the first place, that is, he was "not of us," said twice in the verse. If he was "of us," he would "no doubt have continued with us." No doubt. 1 Jn 3:6,

“Whosoever abideth in him sinneth not: whosoever sinneth hath not seen him, neither known him.”

A person who characteristically lives in sin or as a lifestyle, as seen in the present tense, "sinneth," "hath not seen him, neither known him," that is, a person who takes on (or never stops) a lifestyle of sin never saw or knew Christ in the first place. A person that is dead to sin will not, and actually cannot, continue in sin, Rom 6:1-2, 6-7, 11-22; 1 Jn 3:1-10, amongst many other passsges, make that extremely clear. It's his new position in Christ, being crucified with Christ, that makes him "dead to sin," and that sin has no more power or dominion over him (Rom 6:1-22). He is not the "servant of uncleanness" or "iniquity" or "sin" or his flesh anymore, for he is "made free from sin," but a "servant of God," and a "servant to righteousness unto holiness" (Rom 6:17-22).

A true Christian can't walk away from Christ. As Jesus said in Jn 10:28-29, no man, including the person himself (which no truly saved person would ever want to do, are you kidding), can pluck a true believer out of either Jesus' or His Father's hand. A true born again Christian, a saint, a child of God, recipient of eternal life and God's kingdom, can't and won't leave it, because he would never want to, and he is kept by the power of God (1 Pet 1:5). They rejoice evermore in what Christ has done for them. True born again Christians are overcomers; overcomers of the devil, the world, and the flesh, the old man. When did this occur? At their conversion (1 Jn  2:13-14; 5:4-5; Rom 6 -- in the respected order of devil, world, flesh).

The Bible is very clear on this subject. In the following report, we give many substantial and clear proofs as to why one can never lose that which he could never earn to begin with: Biblical Reasoning Why Salvation Can Never Be Lost — The True Gospel of Eternal Life and Security. Well over five hundred passages of Scripture throughout the entire Bible clearly teach that every born again believer has eternal security of their salvation. Security of the born again believer is bound up in the resurrection and ascension of Christ. The doctrine is in fact so yoked with and intimately tied to salvation, those who reject it cannot be truly saved (e.g. Jn. 3:15-16, 36; 5:24; 10:27-29; 17:2-3; 1 Pet. 1:3-5; Eph 1:3-14; etc). Its an impossibility. Salvation is eternal life and eternal life is salvation (e.g Jn 3:15-16; 5:24; 17:2-3; etc). At the very moment of true conversion, the indwelling Spirit of God makes it crystal clear to the saint in whom He indwells that He will leave or forsake him, that he has eternal life that can never be lost, and that he's been sealed until the day of redemption. I never fully understood these clear teachings of scripture when I was converted to Christ, but yet I knew these foundational truths at that very moment.

The false teaching of losing salvation is “another gospel; which is not another” but a false and perverted gospel (Gal. 1:6-9; 2 Cor. 11:4). Those who reject the record of God which is life and eternal life through faith in His Son Jesus Christ make God a liar and are without the indwelling Witness of God which is the Holy Spirit, what 1 Jn. 5:7-14 teaches. Those who believe salvation can be lost plainly do not understand the true gospel of Jesus Christ.

2. Charity promotes a very weak, anemic, and corrupted gospel.

Many individuals in this group or movement, whatever one may call it, have extremely poor or outright unscriptural testimonies of salvation. There doesn't seem to be much emphasis on true, Biblical conversion. Personally I believe, based upon this point and other points here, most, if not all, of the people in this group are unconverted. Unregenerate. I believe they have a form of works-salvation that they propagate, where any type of flimsy testimony is accepted, and then emphasis placed upon maintaining that testimony by a daily bondage of works to keep their salvation, to endure to the end, lest they lose it, greatly confusing the Biblical teaching everywhere in Scripture of the great difference between true conversion and false profession, and evidence of salvation vs working to maintain "salvation" (The difference here is the difference of course between the true gospel and another gospel). Here is one of the clearest proofs of false teachers and thus false believers: they cannot understand the true interpretation of Scripture, and how the Bible consistently contrasts true salvation with false salvation, not between two types of Christian's, and Scripture's giving of the evidence of salvation when soteriology is presented. They cannot discern the difference in Scripture between the saved and the unsaved, or what we were before salvation, and then after. This is where the head coverings and modest dressage comes in, helping to maintain their "salvation" by good works (of note, we have no issue with modesty and gender distinctive dressing of course, in fact, we strongly preach godly dressing here: Immodesty and Transgenderism and in this and this article, amongst other reports, but its not for or to maintain salvation, both of which are forms of works-gospel, but rather an evidence of true salvation, the fruit of conversion, obedience to the Word of God). This is legalism in the truest form of the word. They have the same issue that all dead-faith religious folks in the world have, and that is what Paul addresses in Rom 10:2-3:

"For I bear them record that they have a zeal of God, but not according to knowledge. For they being ignorant of God's righteousness, and going about to establish their own righteousness, have not submitted themselves unto the righteousness of God."

I speak this in general terms, though there could well be truly regenerate saints in this group. They would be genuinely converted in spite of the system, but they will not remain in the group for to long, being compelled by conviction of the indwelling Spirit of God through the Word of God to separate, since association with false teachings and teachers is disobedience and sinful (2 Cor 6:14-7:1; Eph 5:5-11; 1 Tim 6:3-5; 2 Jn 1:9-11; etc).

The gospel they preach could be at best likened to easy believism, or at worse, a form of works salvation, which is probably the more accurate analysis, and this comes really as no shock seeing that the founder of Charity, Denny Kenaston, "graduated with honors from Hyles Anderson College." (source). Hyles Anderson College of course was founded by the severe wolf in sheep's clothing Jack Hyles, who embraced a perverted gospel (Gal 1:6-9) who would've had plenty of unBiblical influence on Kenaston.

Their easy believism embraces false repentance and rejects the Lordship of Christ for salvation, amongst other issues. In the article Does the Bible Describe Salvation as Easy? we cover some important reasons why easy believism is a false gospel. Salvation is not easy. It involves making some difficult choices (cf. Mk. 10:21; Lk. 13:23-30; Matt. 21:28-32). Choosing self or God (cf. Mk. 8:34-38; 10:17-31). Choosing sin or God (cf. Mk. 10:17-31; Ezk. 18:20-23, 30-32). Choosing ones idols or God (cf. I Th. 1:9). Choosing ones family or God (Matt. 10:35-37; Lk. 9:59-62). Choosing the world or God (Matt. 6:24; 1 Jn. 2:15; Jam. 4:4). It involves counting the cost to be Christ’s disciple (cf. Lk. 14:25-33). The repentant soul is one who denies self, loses his life for Christ and the gospel sake, surrendering his or her life to the Lord Jesus Christ (Matt 16:24-26; Mk 8:34-38; 10:17-31; Lk 9:23-26, 57-62; Jn 12:24-26; etc. -- all passages which are corrupted into something post-salvation, maintenance of salvation, by Charity Ministry as well, an issue we deal with here and in other reports at 20/20).

The soul who makes that choice to repent and believe will then find that while not easy, salvation is free, the free gift of a loving God who freely forgives all who come to Him in repentance and faith. What cheap and wicked and damnable foolishness is this “easy salvation” garbage that the easy believists teach and purvey, where you can allegedly be saved without ever having to turn from sin or surrendering to Jesus Christ as Lord. What a slander against God’s true saints throughout the ages, as well as against the holiness and righteousness of God Himself. I am convinced that majority who hold to this, are unconverted. They are of the ones mentioned in Matt. 7:21-23. You can’t be truly converted unless come to the Lord Jesus for salvation according to His rules and regulations, His way, His truth. No repentance or false repentance, no turning from and forsaking all sin and self and stuff and people (Lk 14:25-33), no Lordship of Christ, no denying self, no surrendering to Christ, no taking up the cross or in other words dying to self, no counting the cost, no willingness to follow Christ and obey Him, and then the poor unscriptural language used to call for salvation — these things are all connected to the easy-believism that is preached from the pulpits consistently week in and week out, throughout the world, including at Charity Ministries.

What they are doing for the most part is unscriptural. It’s a lie. It doesn’t truly save but it very often does make false believers two fold children of hell.

3. Charity believes that the apostolic gifts, including tongues and prophecy, are still operative.

Their confession of faith says,

“We confess the nine gifts of the Holy Spirit found in I Cor. 12 to be valid through the New Testament dispensation.”

Those nine apostolic gifts are: word of wisdom, word of knowledge, faith, healing, working of miracles, prophecy, discerning of spirits, tongues, and interpretation of tongues.

To embrace these sign gifts that have ceased and vanished with the passing of the last apostle, makes them charismatic and heretical. No one is talking in the miraculous sign gift of tongues today, where a new language is spoken that was completely unknown by that apostle or believer only a moment prior. We cover this in the report How we Know Modern “Tongue Speaking” is Unbiblical, and Satanic Deception. We also report on the Heresies of the Charismatic and Pentecostal Movements at this link.

The Bible is very clear that most of the sign gifts were signs of an Apostle, and would pass away with the passing of the Apostles. 2 Cor. 12:12 makes this distinction clear:

“Truly the signs of an apostle were wrought among you in all patience, in signs, and wonders, and mighty deeds”.

We are not saying that miracles have ceased. The sign gifts have ceased. These are different and things that are different are not the same. There is nothing in Scripture to cause us to think that miracles ceased in the 1st century. I have both personally experienced and witnessed divine healing through prayer. I have witnessed great miracles, most importantly that of true supernatural and dramatic conversion. There is no greater miracle than this where an ungodly sinner is made into a new born again believer and child of God, in the twinkling of an eye, translated from the kingdom of Satans darkness into the kingdom of God's dear Son, the kingdom of light. But the apostolic sign miracles and revelatory gifts, by their very nature, were unique and temporary. Otherwise they could not have been a sign. If anyone in church history other than the apostles (and in a couple of cases, by extension those with whom they were intimately associated and upon whom they laid hands, some of the early true believers) could perform apostolic sign miracles, then the sign of an apostle would be destroyed. The miracle signs were performed by the apostles (Mk. 3:13-14; Ac. 2:43; 3:6-8; 4:33; 5:12, 15; 9:40-41; 19:12; 28:3-9). If believers in general could have performed sign miracles, even in the first century, the brethren at Joppa would not have called for Peter to come and raise Dorcas from the dead (Ac. 9:36-42). Peter’s miracle that day was the “sign of an apostle.” Or for Peter and John to pray for the believers at Samaria to receive the Holy Spirit (Ac. 8:14-16). Not to make this distinction in the plainest manner will lead to confusion and spiritual peril in these deceitful and apostate end times, and such we see everywhere in evangelical ministries including Charity.

4. Charity believes and practices that woman must wear head coverings (hanging veil) and not cut their hair.

Their confession says,

“Sisters will not cut their hair. They cover their head with a distinctive Christian veil.”

They are adding to Scripture in demanding women cannot cut their hair. No place in Scripture teaches this. Not one verse. Just because the Bible teaches woman are to have long hair does not mean they can’t cut their hair! Matter of fact, for a women to have beautiful long hair, she has to cut its ends. Any women that knows anything about hair, knows this.

I have no issue with woman wearing a head covering, and I give them kudos for actually covering the hair entirely and not just half the head (most of them at least, that I have seen), following Scripture in that matter (for those who want to follow the cultural custom of head coverings, 1 Cor 11:2-16), but nevertheless it’s not a requirement in Scripture as 1 Cor. 11:15-16 makes absolutely clear, so to make it a rule for all woman is outside of Biblical authority and practise. They are taking v. 5 out of context. The entire context reads from vv. 3-16 and all the passages must be interpreted as a whole, not v. 5 privately, which then falls under the condemnation of 2 Pet. 1:20. The woman’s hair, as long as it’s long, is given her for a covering. That is what vv. 13-15 plainly says:

“Judge in yourselves: is it comely [becoming, or proper] that a woman pray unto God uncovered?[14] Doth not even nature itself teach you, that, if a man have long hair, it is a shame unto him? [15] But if a woman have long hair, it is a glory to her: for her hair is given her for a covering.”

The “covering” here in v. 15 is referring to the same “covering” mentioned in vv. 4-7, and it's the answer to the rhetorical question in v. 14. If she have "long hair", (v. 15) then she is not "uncovered" (v. 13). There is nothing wrong with having head coverings, but those who "be contentious, we have no such custom," Paul wrote, "neither the churches of God." (v. 16). Why "no such custom" in "the churches of God"? Because "her [long] hair is given her for a covering.” (v. 15). Women that want to have short hair need to shaved and shorn and then veiled (v. 6).

5. Charity embraces and practices six church ordinances: baptism, communion, foot washing, devotional head covering, holy kiss, and anointing with oil.

There are only two church ordinances in Scripture: baptism and communion. And their water baptism is unscriptural, taking no position on what constitutes baptism, whether immersion, pouring, or sprinkling, when we know there is only one form of baptism ever practiced and commanded in Scripture which is that of immersion for true believers.

By enforcing six church ordinances, they are adding to the Word of God (Rev 22:18-19).

6. Charity embraces and practices a form of communism.

They teach that there should be an equality of living standard among church members. Their confession says:

“All property is held in stewardship as God’s. There is a conscious effort made to discern the needs of others and to share to the point of an equality of living standard. The Bible warns of the danger of accumulating riches and therefore demands distribution according to ability.”

This is adding to Scripture that never teaches such practice. They are misusing what happened in Acts 4 and 5. These type of false Christian teachings are some of the reasons why socialism and communism grows so fast in dead-religious countries.

7. Charity is very strongly influenced by the manifold leaven and heresy of Bill Gothard.

Denny Kenaston actively promoted Bill Gothard’s basic and advanced seminars while he was alive, and many Charity members use the ATI homeschooling curriculum which is also frequently the means of recruitment into this ministry. The errors, heresies and leaven of Gothard so totally permeated this denomination, its essentially an arm of Gothard’s army.

Bill Gothard is a heretic for many, many reasons, doctrinal, and practically, but not excluding his sexual immorality amongst unknown amount of young girls who would work for him.

True Biblical practice is to not embrace heretics but rather separate from them (Ti. 3:10-11) and warn of them (Rom. 16:17-18), quite the opposite of one of the founders of Charity Ministries

8. Charity also exercises major cues of cultic behaviour in there denomination, following again the footsteps of Bill Gothard.

They exercise a cultic like sociology among their people. For example, if you leave you are completely shunned regardless of Scriptural reason. Self-righteousness is their religion, which manifests itself with a very strong emphasis on control, as it always does. The leaderships watershed of control is noted in their insidious interjection into the relationship between husband and wife, even illustrated in their disallowance of wedding rings which they consider part of the attire of a harlot.

9. Charity is pacifistic and does not allow members to serve in the armed forces.

Their confession says,

“Participation in the kingdom [of God] prevents serving in armed forces...”

This goes against Gods Word where serving in armed forces is never forbidden. Their position is typically and allegedly described as humility. It’s not. Pacificiam is not only contrary to humility, it’s also unscriptural. It’s cowardice, compromise and characteristic of a charlatan. Pacificism is "Opposition to all military ideals, preparedness, war, and so on” (Handbook). As we know, this is a foundational teaching of the Mennonites. Christian pacifists vary in the application of the principle, but in general they believe Christ’s teaching, such as that in Matt. 5:38-48, forbids believers from becoming involved in any form of violence or warfare, even for the protection of one’s property and country. This is a serious misunderstanding of the Bible’s teaching and goes grievously against God's character and love for such characteristics such as boldness, courage and valiancy. God cares not for cowards and compromisers.

10. Charity does not believe in participating in the “affairs of state,” which coincides with the previous point.

Their confession says,

“Participation in the kingdom [of God] prevents participation in the affairs of state...”

And once again, nothing in scripture forbids Christians from being involved in government affairs. It is this philosophy that has also prevented Mennonites from voting for most of their history.

11. Charity embraces the heresy of the universal church.

Their confession says,

“15. THE CHURCH: We believe and confess that the church is the Body of Christ, both local and worldwide. I Cor. 12:27; Eph. 1:22, 23. The church consists of those persons from all nations who are redeemed by the blood of Christ and who have responded to the call of salvation with the obedience of faith. John 3:16; Acts 10:34, 35; Rom. 10:13; Rev. 5:9; Acts 20:28.”

The Bible does not teach the heresy of the universal church, a worldwide invisible church. It teaches only local and independent and autonomous churches. The false teaching of universal church is actually quite heretical and leads to many other destructive doctrine, as we highlight in this report: The Destructive Damage of the “Universal Church” Doctrine.

Most people are so immersed in neo-evangelical teachings, they’ve never questioned whether the idea of a “universal” church is a biblically sound concept or not. The truth is, the word church, meaning “assembly,” can only mean a local congregation; not a universal existence of Christians scattered all over the face of the earth. The word “universal” is the definition of “catholic,” from whence the “universal church” doctrine derives. Often, terms such as “visible church” and “invisible church” are used to identify the difference of the local assembly and the alleged universal church, but they are complete oxymoron when yoked to the word “church.” Who could possibly understand what a “universal assembly” is or to be assembled together invisibly?

The word “church” is translated from “ecclesia.” In Scripture it is only ever referred to as a local assembly, even during OT times, one that is geographically related rather than to a body of believers without respect to location, something I will prove below. The OT indicates repeatedly that it meant the congregation of the Israelites, especially when gathered for religious purposes (De 4:10; 9:10; 31:30; Jud 20:2; 1 Sam 17:47; 1 Ki 8:14). In the NT, Stephen’s sermon is the only time the word is applied to the Israelites while gathered together in the wilderness (Ac 7:38), but never used towards them upon entering the promised land separated geographically into the different tribes.

Many passages in Scripture are simply obvious that the church is local only, and that an invisible, worldwide entity has to be eisegetically read into scripture: e.g. Rom 16:1, 5, 23; 1 Cor 14:23; Col 4:15-16; 1 Th 1:1; 2 Th 2:1; 2 Tim 4:22; Ti 3:15; Ph 1:2; Rev 2:1, 8, 12, 18; 3:1, 7, 14; etc. The evidence for this is overwhelming.

12. Charity does not only hold to the King James Bible, but utilizes modern perversions.

Charity uses moderns Bible perversions, such as the NIV. Modern Bible versions are perversions for many reasons, critically important reasons elaborated in this report: Why Modern Bible Versions are Corrupt, and the King James Version is Not.

Modern perversions of Scripture are the product of Textual Criticism and Textual Criticism produced the ungodly, excessively corrupt and blasphemous Critical Text (aka., Westcott & Hort, or Nestle-Aland).

Turning from the true Text of Scripture which had been handed down from generation to generation by God’s people (thus called the “Received Text,” Greek Textus Receptus and Hebrew Masoretic Text), Charity Ministries is following in the steps of textual scholars who are trying to “rediscover” the original text through a process of textual criticism which they adopted from the unbelieving and ungodly world.

Turning from the true Text of God's Word, thus removing their allegiance to the Word of God and replacing it with their flesh, feelings, emotions, and opinions, is apostasy. Every last English perversion of God’s Word omits from God’s Word, adds to God’s Word and changes God’s Word, and is consequently filled with false doctrine, and none is based upon God’s inspired and preserved word of the NT, the Greek Textus Receptus and the OT, Hebrew Masoretic Text, including the NKJV and the ESV, and all other English modern perversions. They are blasphemous and terribly dishonouring to God.

The vast majority of KJV-only advocates I have met have a reason for their position because they have personally studied the issue out and are unlike many modern version advocates who reject the KJV simply out of fear or peer pressure or wilful blindness or an unsaved nature.

It is no surprise that there is so much confusion, unsound doctrine, and heresies within Charity Ministries. When they ought to "tremble at [the LORD's] word;" so they might "Hear the word of the LORD," (Is 66:5) they have fallen under the curse of Rev. 22:18-19,

“For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book: And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book.”


There are many more reasons why this group is false and cultish and heretical was one to examine Charities doctrine and practice with greater scrutiny, but these should more than suffice. The false doctrines and practices pointed out above, along with the mutilation and wresting of Scripture, alone proves them to be unregenerate heretics. As mentioned, for the most part I do not believe the people involved in this ministry are genuinely converted. They have a form of godliness, but their lives, testimonies, beliefs and practices deny the power thereof (2 Tim 3:5). The first two points on their own also exposes them as heretics, as wolves in sheep’s clothing since they propagate a false gospel, and of such John the Apostle stated:

“Whosoever transgresseth, and abideth not in the doctrine of Christ, hath not God. He that abideth in the doctrine of Christ, he hath both the Father and the Son. If there come any unto you, and bring not this doctrine, receive him not into your house, neither bid him God speed:” (2 Jn. 1:9-10)

The Apostle Paul begged born again believers to mark (expose) and separate from all that teach false doctrine,

"Now I beseech [i.e. beg] you, brethren, mark them which cause divisions and offences contrary to the doctrine which ye have learned; and avoid them. For they that are such serve not our Lord Jesus Christ, but their own belly; and by good words and fair speeches deceive the hearts of the simple." (Rom 16:17-18)


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