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  1. “Ye have heard the blasphemy: what think ye? And they all condemned him to be guilty of death.” (Mark 14:64) Today many liberal theologians profess to be Christians but argue that Jesus was merely a great man and that He never claimed deity for Himself. But the Sanhedrin and its high priest had no such doubts for they heard it from His own lips. When th... More... View the full article
  2. LT Reader Told: Lighthouse Trails is Against Everything! This week, we received a phone call from a Lighthouse Trails reader who told us she was trying to share some of our information with someone she knew. That person asked a leader in ministry about Lighthouse Trails, and the response she got was Lighthouse Trails is against everything! Our reader was asked this question, What IS Lighthouse […] The post LT Reader Told: Lighthouse Trails is Against Everything! appeared first on . View the full article
  3. The New Missiology – Doing Missions Without the Gospel LTRJ Note: The following is the content of Roger Oakland’s booklet, The New Missiology – Doing Missions Without the Gospel. We are reposting this important article because Lighthouse Trails has many new readers who may not have seen this. By Roger Oakland Emergent Missiology I must add, though, that I don’t believe making disciples must […] The post The New Missiology – Doing Missions Without the Gospel appeared first on . View the full article
  4. Friday Church News Notes PROMINENT BBFI CHURCH JOINS THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION (Friday Church News Notes, February 24, 2017, www.wayoflife.org, fbns@wayoflife.org, 866-295-4143) - In the latest example of the changing of the times and the breathtaking collapse of whatever spiritual zeal once existed among Independent Baptists, High Street Baptist Church of Springfield, Missouri, is in the process of joining the Southern Baptist Convention. The 81-year-old church is pastored by Eddie Lyons, who is also the president of the Baptist Bible Fellowship International (BBFI). The church will be dually aligned with the BBFI and the SBC. Pastor Lyons says, “We have the same heart, the same calling” (“Independent church aligns with Missouri Baptists/SBC,” Baptist Press, Feb. 15, 2017). We have no doubt that Lyons is right... Read More View the full article
  5. “Also I heard the voice of the Lord, saying, Whom shall I send, and who will go for us? Then said I, here am I; send me.” (Isaiah 6:8) In this passage we see, perhaps, a hint of the triune nature of the Godhead. It is as if God the Father is inquiring of God the Son and God the Spirit as to whom other than one of them would be an effective representative for them.... More... View the full article
  6. Roger Oakland’s Bryce Homes Live Reports From Kenya From Understand the Times Roger Oakland is currently in Kenya visiting the Bryce Homes Feb 21 – Feb 28. We will be posting trip reports when Roger can get internet access and send them. Please keep Roger and his team in prayer during this time. Report 1 From Kenya Report 2 From Kenya Here […] The post Roger Oakland’s Bryce Homes Live Reports From Kenya appeared first on . View the full article
  7. Signs of the Times – Global ID and the Cashless Society By Tony Pearce Light for the Last Days Ministry, UK (Tony Pearce is the author of The Messiah Factor and many other vital books, articles, and booklets dealing with the times in which we live.) The next generation of children born in Britain ‘will not know what money is,’ Tim Cook, chief executive of Apple, […] The post Signs of the Times – Global ID and the Cashless Society appeared first on . View the full article
  8. The Rapture and Jewish Feasts There is a growing movement to interpret the Jewish Feast of Trumpets as pointing to the Rapture of the church, and dates have been set based on that interpretation. In other words, according to this view, the Rapture will occur on the Feast of Trumpets (the Jewish date of Tishri 1, which usually occurs in September). Based on this view, some have claimed that the Rapture would occur in September 2011; others claimed it would occur in 2015. Now some are saying it will occur in 2017. According to vain Jewish tradition, the Feast of Trumpets, (Lev. 23:23-25), or Rosh HaShanah, is the beginning of 10 Days of Awe ( Yamim Noraim ) that end with Yom Kippur or the Day of Atonement. During this time, God supposedly weighs every man’s work to determine who will be written in His books, who will live and die, who will have a good life or a bad... Read More View the full article
  9. “And the Spirit and the bride say, Come. And let him that heareth say, Come. And let him that is athirst come. And whosoever will, let him take the water of life freely.” (Revelation 22:17) The fourth verse of “Jesus, Lover of My Soul” speaks of the mature Christian’s desire for purity and victory over sin and looks forward to the ultimate ... More... View the full article
  10. U.S. Preschool Teacher Urges: ‘Kill Some Jews’ By Chelsea Schilling WorldNetDaily A Jew-hating Muslim preschool teacher in South Arlington, Texas, was fired Wednesday after she urged her social media followers to “kill some Jews” and tweeted: “How many Jews died in the Holocaust? Not enough…HAHAHAHA.” Nancy Salem taught preschoolers at the Children’s Courtyard in South Arlington. She is also an activist with Students […] The post U.S. Preschool Teacher Urges: ‘Kill Some Jews’ appeared first on . View the full article
  11. Beth Moore’s Ecumenical Philosophy Beth Moore is one of the most popular female Christian speakers and authors. Her Bible-study books have sold millions of copies. Her Living Proof Live conferences, hosted by LifeWay (Southern Baptist), draw thousands of attendees. She hosts her own radio program ( Living Proof with Beth Moore ) and appears regularly on the television program LIFE Today . Christian Reader magazine called her “America’s Bible Teacher.” Beth Moore’s Ecumenism Moore’s meetings are attended by people from “every denomination,” because she “doesn’t get caught up in divisive doctrinal issues” and “steers clear of topics that could widen existing rifts between different streams in the body of Christ” ( Charisma , June 2003). This is the unscriptural “keep it positive” ecumenical philosophy that is so helpful in furthering end time apostasy and building the apostate one-world “church.” Paul exhorted Timothy not to allow any doctrine other than sound Bible doctrine, but Mrs. Moore knows better than to be so intolerant and... Read More View the full article
  12. “Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee.” (Isaiah 26:3) The touching stanzas of the old hymn “Jesus, Lover of My Soul” reveal Charles Wesley’s response of love to Christ’s gracious love. Verse three seems to reflect the walk of a believer who desires a full and fruitful oneness with C... More... View the full article
  13. “Fear thou not; for I am with thee: be not dismayed; for I am thy God: I will strengthen thee; yea, I will help thee; yea, I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness.” (Isaiah 41:10) Verse two of “Jesus, Lover of My Soul” deals with life’s trials and tribulations and begins by presenting our Savior as “our refuge... More... View the full article
  14. The Shack’s Author William Paul Young on Substitutionary Atonement In 2009, Lighthouse Trails posted an article titled “The Shack Author Rejects Biblical Substitutionary Atonement.” The article was largely based on an interview that The Shack author William Paul Young did. Below is a partial transcript of the interview between Young and a pastor named Kendall Adams. When your Christian friends, family members, pastors, and […] The post The Shack’s Author William Paul Young on Substitutionary Atonement appeared first on . View the full article
  15. John Rice, Lester Roloff, Repentance, and Sloppy Soul Winning In the 1980s, Jack Hyles and Curtis Hutson changed the historic Baptist definition of repentance. I suspect that the motive was to justify the cheap, numbers-oriented soul winning methodology that was popular in that day. This was the methodology that was foundational to Big-ism with its emphasis on “the largest ... the fastest growing... the greatest.” I call the numbers-oriented soul winning methodology “Quick Prayerism,” because... Read More View the full article