Revelation 3:20 is the most abused verse in the Bible. Jesus does not look like an effeminate, she-man hippie. Jesus does not beg at the hearts of sinners. His appearance is very different; He opens the hearts of sinners by His great power; and Revelation 3:20 is for believing saints only! Get this verse right today, and never let anyone deceive you with it again!
Jesus had to deal with men in His day who enforced manmade rules in the name of religious tradition and self-righteousness – they were the scribes and Pharisees. The leaven (doctrine) of the Pharisees is still around today. Men condemn any use of wine or other alcoholic beverages and try to twist the Bible to support their manmade tradition. Here is the Bible refutation of an article by a respected teacher against the use of wine.
While instituting the Lord’s Supper and serving the wine, the Lord Jesus Christ said, “Drink ye all of it.” Was Jesus worried about leftover wine, or was He wisely condemning a future heresy?
Since 1901 there has been an obsession about speaking in tongues among Charismatics and Pentecostals, while Bible doctrine, gospel preaching, and holy living were declining. Benny Hinn and his followers are now sweeping the world with a false brand of Christianity. The Bible very clearly states what speaking in tongues is, when it would begin, how long it would last, when it would end, and why. Bible tongues ended at least 1935 years ago, and we can prove it.
Hindus and other pagans that know not God or the Lord Jesus Christ have cremated for millennia. They know nothing about the resurrection power of Jesus Christ, and they have no regard for human life, since they expect to be reincarnated into another body after death. The first crematorium in the USA was built in 1876. After Roman Catholics whitewashed this pagan ritual and crematoriums sanitized the process, now it is the choice after 30% of all deaths in the USA. What should Christians do? Is it a matter of liberty?
The Seventh-Day Adventists have made a golden calf out of the Old Testament Sabbath and the seventh day of the week. But what does the Bible say? Did Noah worship on Saturday?Did the apostles and early Christians worship on Saturday? Are Catholics behind Sunday worship? Who is Ellen G. Harmon and why are her writings considered greater than Scripture by Seventh-Day Adventists?