In the Name of the Father and of the + Son and of the Holy Ghost.
Jesus warns us of false prophets. These wolves in sheep’s clothing are all around us. But these wolves aren’t radical Islam or Jehovah’s Witnesses or even militant atheists. Those wolves are obvious. Their teaching is clearly and forcefully at odds with what Scripture teaches. What Jesus warns us about are people who put on vestments and stand in pulpits on Sunday mornings. He’s not telling you to be suspicious of your Pastor, but reminding you that as a Christian you are expected to know what Scripture says. That’s why, time and time again, in many and various ways Scripture tells you to be on guard, to be ready to defend your faith, to test the spirits who preach because while your Pastor may be godly and may tell the truth, not all of them do and for the sake of your faith and eternal life you must be on guard so their lies and deceptions do not lead you astray.
Sermons from Mount Olive
Mount Olive follows the historic one-year lectionary (series of readings).