A book report on the book written by old-time Baptist preacher John. R. Rice, who called women that cut their hair ‘harlots’. It’s a man dominate women era reading and filled with shocking, nonsensical and sometimes laughable topics like ‘Women who cut their hair tempt angels to sin.’ quotes.
It seems that the most common phrase of religious abusers, and those who are bought in to the abusive system, attacking someone who questions their system, is “You are just bitter”. This defense mechanism holds to weight of fact, evidence or Scripture. Ignore it.
You are FREE in Christ, not bound by man made religion and denominal rule sets that sinply divide Gods children in to argumentative sects. Follow Christ, not man! Imitate good spiritual leaders, dont obey them. we are obedient to Jesus Christ.
Is your faith and trust in God or your Pastor? When you seek wisdom, do you seek God or your Pastor? If you felt the Lord led you in a direction but your pastor said go a different way, did you obey the spirit or your pastor?
Too many legalistic and oppressive leaders teach this concept that God’s curse is lurking around every corner waiting for you to slip up, especially if you leave THEIR church. This isn’t true – you need to be set free from this lie!
We come upon the Thanksgiving holiday one more time, commemorating the coming together of family, and friends, in fellowship, joy and unity. Some unfortunately will be divided among religious, political and lifestyle lines, making the gatherings akward and hard, while some will enjoy the celebration of life, love, and thankfulness […]
There are many plain messages in Scripture that reflect the attitude we are to have towards God, but one that is a foreign to an ex or current legalist, above all, is Abiding in Christ. The Apostle John told us “But the annointing which ye have received of him abideth […]
In the hopes of extending the works of DivideTheWord.blog, we have created an Ask? page on the blog to allow anyone to ask questions anonymously. There are many excellent websites out there, such as gotquestions.org, so we will just be another avenue for you to ask things you might not normally have […]
So recently, I’ve had several #dyedinthewool Pentecostals attack me, mostly on Social Media for the things I write about, expressing my 15-year experience in an abusive Pentecostal church. And as I told one lady the other day who tried to claim I was nothing but a root of bitterness that […]