Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Family Radio Still Gets It Wrong

In an editorial this morning Family Radio ran an editorial detailing their current position answering the question, "Where do we go from here?" Apparently they still believe that May 21 and October 21 were significant days in the plan of God. They conclude that God led them to certain truths concerning those days but did not reveal to them everything that they needed to know about them.

Family Radio believed that the Lord would return for all true Christians on those days but since "they" are obviously still here, God did not in fact return. They believe He will still come for true believers at an unknown date. They truly wish that God had returned for believers on either of those days. However, since God did not return for true believers, it is incumbent upon true believers to continue to preach the gospel until then. Of course they mean preach the gospel as they have defined it.

It was clear from this editorial that they still hold to the sinfully wicked false teaching that the church age has ended and that true believers are to leave their churches. The church age will end one day with the glorious return of our Lord Jesus Christ. Since He has not returned for His church (I Thessalonians 5) the church is alive and well. It is no secret that many of the visible representations of the glorious invisible church are heinous representatives. Christ promised that even the gates of hell would not prevail against the church. (Matthew 16:18)

What a great heartache it is to know that this organization with all of its tremendous resources remains heretical. My heart grieves for those who are deceived. Oh, that true followers of Jesus Christ would recognize the deception and false teaching and abandon this organization.

2 comments:

welcome to my world of poetry said...

It's sad and dreadful when people preach wrong things about what God meant in The Bible, only the other day I had people coming to the door trying to force their religious views onto me. I pollitely told them I had my faith which was unshakeable.

Hope your day goes well Gregg.

Yvonne.

Scott said...

...evil people and impostors will go on from bad to worse, deceiving and being deceived. But as for you, continue in what you have learned and have firmly believed...
2 Timothy 3:13-14

Once deception takes over the heart, it's so very hard to get away from it. We continue to pray for those so led astray.