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A Shelter Require Homeless Women To Attend Megachurch And Tithe!!

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Reader this is a doggone shame, a homeless woman says a shelter required her to attend Church of the Highlands, even though a church where she was a member was about a block away.
A women's shelter in Birmingham requires all residents to board a
van and attended worship services at the Woodlawn branch of the Church of the Highlands each Sunday. They're not given the option to attend any other church. They're also required to tithe every week, despite being homeless.

http://www.al.com/living/index.ssf/2017/10/does_shelter_require_homeless.html

Is Pastor Creflo A. Dollar Right or Wrong Here??


"This dude. Smh. Wolf leading the blind. As long as folks like him been studying the "bible", you think they don't know that they're lying? They know. They are just counting on the many that don't like reading and researching for themselves."
Lord, have mercy a Facebook group that I'am a part of, is going in hard on Pastor Creflo Dollar and calling him a false teacher over the above posted quote. Some are suggesting with the quote that Pastor Dollar is giving sinners a license to sin. They are also upset at the idea that someone can profess faith in Christ and still continue to live in sin and think heaven will one day be their home.
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  1. Continuing to practice and live , "in sin ", means you have REJECTED JESUS CHRIST! ! !

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    1. Dr Dollar is right, either you are a believer or you're not. The only people that will be saved "from hell" are those who confess with there mouth Jesus is Lord and believe on their heart God raised him from the dead...PERIOD Romans 10:9-10 #theGospel

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  2. I thought he died for our sins and as long as we believed in him and repented we could still make it in. If not, then NONE of us are getting in because we ALL live in some sort of sin.

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  3. He is not saying there is no consequences to sin. Sin will allow the devil an inroads to your life. However, is your sin bigger and more important than what Jesus did on the cross?


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  4. Continuing to practice and live , "in sin ", means you have REJECTED JESUS CHRIST! ! !

    Interesting!

    So when you do things like over eat and run a red light are you rejecting Jesus Christ?

    That could be considered a sin.

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  5. you don't lose your salvation because of sinning, you mess up your fellowship with God. He's right to a degree, but should've clarified his statement. If you're continuing in sin or practicing sin, when you should sin less 7 less as you grow in Christ, then you just made need to check your salvation. Maybe, just maybe, you're not saved like you think. If you can continue in sin & don't feel any remorse or guilt, then check your "connection" to see if you're truly abiding in Christ.

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  6. There are no "big" sins and "little" sins. We all habitually sin. We all habitually fail to study God's Word as much as we should. We all habitually fail to love others the way we should. We all habitually fail to be as considerate as we should. We all habitually get into self centeredness. What sin does for the BELIEVER is open a door to the devil. So as much as possible don't sin. BUT when you do sin, recognize that it didn't separate you from the love of GOD. -- I struggled with condemnation and traditional church and religious views. However, I started reading and watching a Christian TV evangelist by the name of Andrew Wommack. I read a few of books and one in particular "The War Is Over" God is Not Mad, So Stop Struggling With Sin and Judgement. I strongly recommend this book to ANYONE.

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  7. So he's saying accept Jesus Christ and keep on sinning. These people are so dangerous....

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    1. Reading Is Fundamental!

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    2. First of all..lmbo@Anonymous "Reading is fundamental"!! That's my line from Class Act lol!!

      I agree with you both. I have heard Creflo Dollar teach on numerous occasions that it's ok to continually sin because Jesus paid it all smh!! We make the Bible SO complicated with clever wordplay and conjecture! If one is saved....they are saved from what?? SIN! We should not continue in SIN so that grace may abound...apostle Paul said that. Jesus HIMSELF told people "Go and SIN no MORE!" Where is the confusion here?! This man has made millions of $$ twisting the Word and confusing folks. The Bible talks of the simplicity of Christ. It ain't rocket science. Either u serve God or ur serving Satan. The Holy Ghost will keep and teach you in all things so it will be easy to not sin. God is after our hearts to please Him...not fleshly works. This is why we are to walk in His spirit that we will not sin against Him.

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