Jordan Kurecki

*Independent Fundamental Baptist
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About Jordan Kurecki

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    Only a sinner saved by grace
  • Birthday 03/11/1992

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    Reading the scriptures, listening to sacred music, door to door evangelism, handing out gospel tracts, preaching,teaching others the word of God.
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    I was raised in a broken home, I never really went to churches at all growing up except for maybe 5 or 6 times at random churches when I was younger, I became hopelessly addicted to drugs in my teen years, My life was falling apart, I was miserable and without hope in this world, then I started going to a Baptist church with a friend, I heard the Gospel and I repented of my sins and turned to Jesus Christ to save me, My life has been incredible since the Lord came into my life. I go to Fairhaven Baptist College

    You can hear my testimony here:

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  1. I know brother. I just felt like expressing some humor. It was a joke.
  2. My church started in the 70s
  3. This is still something heavy on my heart. Please be in prayer for me.
  4. Does that mean cut off as in killed? Or cut off as in shunned and ousted from the midst of the church?
  5. If that verse means what you say it does, then every person who have ever preached a false Gospel is on their way to hell? the condemnation is not the desire of Paul, but the result of one rejecting the true Gospel..God is not willing any should perish, neither should we be. Also I do not see imprecations in the New Testament Church age.
  6. I too was once a drug addict. If you google my name andthe word sermon, you can find a link to my page with me preaching my testimony, mine was pretty similar to would definately be worth listening to...many have told me listening to it has spoken to their hearts.
  7. Luke 9:52-56 KJV [52] And sent messengers before his face: and they went, and entered into a village of the Samaritans, to make ready for him. [53] And they did not receive him, because his face was as though he would go to Jerusalem. [54] And when his disciples James and John saw this , they said, Lord, wilt thou that we command fire to come down from heaven, and consume them, even as Elias did? [55] But he turned, and rebuked them, and said, Ye know not what manner of spirit ye are of. [56] For the Son of man is not come to destroy men's lives, but to save them . And they went to another village. Those people need mercy and grace, we all deserve to be struck down for our sins. We should pray for God to save these people out of Satans lie, rather than wishing God to strike them down.
  8. Agreed. I had a girl who went to our church, every time I was around her she would gossip about people from my church and accuse them of being judgmental, she claimed to be saved and would live in fornication, alcoholism, get tattoos, etc. she accused our church members of being judgmental...all the while judging them. Made me so angry.
  9. Depends on what you mean by the we keep the sacrificial and ceremonial law? No. The NT tells us that Christ is the fulfillment of the law, Colosians tells us many things in the law were a shadow of things to come speaking of Christ. however we are still to live by the moral law, in fact 9 of the 10 commandments are repeated as commands in the NT. In regards to being antinomian...most IFB I know are not. We believe Romans 6:1, we should not sin just so grace may abound. But at the same time we realize we are not justified by keeping the Law. The book of Galatians and Romans 3-6 are great passages to study.
  10. Still waiting for my fair lady...
  11. Here is a video made of different pictures and videos that we took in Uganda:
  12. Here is a link to message I preached that was inspired by the work God did in Uganda: It's the second message on the page. Also folks, please pray for a man named Godfrey, he is a alcohol seller that I witnessed to but did not choose to accept Christ. also pray for a man named Jino, he is an opium seller and also choose not to accept Christ. and pray for Jennifer's husband to be saved, she made a profession of faith, but her husband is not yet saved.
  13. Well I disagree with you, Most of what I have learned of the Bible, has come from other Spirit filled men teaching it. And when did I say commentaries were infallible and inspired or on the same level as the word of God? I mean obviously there are dangers to commentaries...but here are also dangers with going to church and hearing a Pastor... Yet I suspect you still go to church and listen to a Pastor preach a sermon... Commentaries are often helpful when they mention similar passages to the one you are studying and they save time. and usually I don't ever stick to one commentator when looking at a specific passage. I have gleaned so much helpful information over the years with commentaries and lexicons that you are not going to dissuade me.
  14. It's true. However the Scofield Bible offers an excellent dispensational viewpoint of the scriptures