Pastor Claims He Raised Woman From Dead Through Facebook Message
Controversial Pastor David E. Taylor of Joshua Media Ministries International in Florissant, Missouri, claimed last Thursday that he raised a woman from the dead through a message sent to her on Facebook.
"Raised from the Dead! David E. Taylor Commands Her to Live Through Sending a Text Message Through Facebook â€” Releasing the Supernatural Resurrection Power of God! She Lives!" declared Taylor in an announcement on his Facebook page with a photo of an unidentified elderly woman who appeared to be getting some form of medical treatment.
A message that was sent by the woman's daughter, according to Taylor, also indicated that not only was she raised from the dead but she was also healed of diabetes....
Christopher000 wrote: He's foaming now because he keeps getting deleted, I've noticed. Hard to believe anyone throws their money at these charlatans, but plenty do apparently, given their lavish lifestyles and holdings.
1. The Whore church adopts a doctrine straight from hell which insults and undermines the finished work of the God-man mediator, stating that his once for all sacrifice (so says the Bible) is not sufficient and therefore there must be a perpetual sacrifice in the Mass by the miraculous transubstantiation of the elements of bread and wine into the flesh and blood of Christ. By its adoption of this doctrine they sent and continue to send countless millions of its adherents to hell. The same Whore church butchered countless millions of people who denied its teachings on this issue.
2. That there are countless thousands of people who are going to hell for killing an unborn baby.
Notice please, that there is no one here who justifies abortion contrary to what the ignorant and hateful Romanist shill suggests. But the issue is, which is more serious, insulting the Savior or killing an unborn. Assuming that people realize that there are some sins more serious than others, I hope that most will see that any sin aimed directly at God and the appointed God-man Savior has to be more serious than killing an unborn.
The blind Romanist shill will never understand this and will no doubt foam at the mouth after reading this.
GSEtheopia Wrote: When I lived in Arkansas I met people that ate possum brains. That was a little much for me.
I guess everythings supoose to be good for food, but the blood, but I've seen things pickled and/or packaged for human consumption that I just can't imagine eating. Pigs feet, intestines, cow tongue, eyes, brain, hooves, etc. Yikes and nope. I also used to watch survivor and have caught an episode of bear Grilles, and some of the local delicacies abroad make my stomach turn just thinking about them. I guess when you grow up eating pretty much anything, it's just natural and they can't understand how anyone else wouldn't love the stuff, too. : /
GSMontana wrote: Rodney wrote:But I'm not too sure 'bout that Christopher000 feller's sitch-e-a-shun. A well dressed hillbilly? Sound's kinda like cannerbalism to me. A feller that'll eat vegemite will eat jest 'bout anything I suppose.
GSMontana wrote: Christopher000 from Rhode Island writes: No, Rodney...just a well dressed hillbilly. Well dressed hillbilly? Ain't no such thing. Dressing well is fer you yankee folk.
I don't rightly know 'bout them Road Island folks. I like a well-dressed turkey or 'possum. 'Specially with sum taters an' gravy. But I'm not too sure 'bout that Christopher000 feller's sitch-e-a-shun. A well dressed hillbilly? Sound's kinda like cannerbalism to me.
Dolores wrote: Bro Rodney, thanks for your kind response to me and Andra because we can have a difference of opinion and to me it's like friendly fire but shouldn't cause pain or whatever. But I try to be open to the Holy Spirit and His ability to deal with these people that we want to give up on. Have a blessed day and your comment to me was refreshing and a much needed blessing. I only responded to Andrea's comment to let her know that I,too, was understanding and agreeing to what she said.
Your comments reminded me of a song I heard a few years ago. I had to look it up. It has to do with the importance of witnessing as well as leaving the results up to God.
[URL=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jEUmDAHeOx8]]]Greg Long - Fifteen[/URL]
Muammar Gaddafi h'aint no hill-billy! Whars his hound dog? Whars his shotgun? Whars his missin' teeth? H'aint no self-respectin' hill-billy gonna be seen wharin' such hi-falootin' duds like that thar Caddafi feller! How's a hootin' hollerin' red-neck Pentecostal gonna handle them thar rattlin' snakes in a git-up like 'at? How 'bout it feller? You think you'd be a-handlin' them rattle-headed copper moccasins all a-dressed up like a prancin' peacock? No says I.
Frank wrote: ..And I agree that the only sin that cannot be reversed is blasphemy against the Holy Spirit. I think there can be differences of opinion as to the extent of that, but in my opinion it is someone that claims that Jesus is of the devil in spite of His testimony and works. ..
The only people I've met who think they may have committed the sin against the Holy Spirit are sensitive Christians and genuine seekers! I don't think that those who have committed that sin would care one way or another!
And you're spot on not to give any comfort to those who profess the faith but preach/teach heresy, or who show no signs of being genuinely converted. That would be the height of cruelty viz. to seal them in their delusion and for them to find out on judgement day that they'd been lulled into a false sense of security and were after all hell bound!
What great comments brother. Yes, there is a time to exhort and a time to reprove. The Lord knows our hearts, so He is never fooled by our intent. Because the Lord drew and elected me, I have no doubts that He can draw anyone. And such were some of you, fits me perfectly. And I agree that the only sin that cannot be reversed is blasphemy against the Holy Spirit. I think there can be differences of opinion as to the extent of that, but in my opinion it is someone that claims that Jesus is of the devil in spite of His testimony and works. They said He had a demon! None of us can possibly know who the elect of God are, so we should never give up on anyone; like you said.
If someone is practicing sin, such as homosexuality, then IMO, they are not only practicing it openly, but also promoting it. They are like those of Sodom who do not even attempt to hide their evil. Scripture says they are not saved, nor have they ever been saved, but like you said we canâ€™t possibly know if they are the elect, so we should personally never give up on them.
What I wonâ€™t do is give them comfort if I donâ€™t believe they are truly saved or if I believe they are saved but preaching/teaching heresy.