Recently while watching an End Times Prophecy video, by Billy Crone, I encountered a teaching that I was not aware of. In fact this teaching contradicts plain statements in the Scriptures. It also turns out that this teaching is more common amongst Evangelicals than I realized!
Because Billy Crone is so good on so many subjects I realized that I need to do a response to this teaching. We all make mistakes, and when we do, and are confronted with the truth, we need to repent, backtrack and keep on going serving the Lord!
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When we think we know something we often forget to pray and ask God for enlightenment. After all, why would we? After all, if we “know the truth” why would we keep on searching?
One thing I learned a long time ago is “something that is true will never be contradicted by something else that is true”. Sometimes, however, we think we know things, but what we “know” is really what a well-meaning person told us, based on their own reasoning, and it is wrong!
I have heard Billy Crone say that the Word of God should be our Go-To book on every subject, and he is correct in this!
I hope he will get back to the Word of God, and reject the traditions he was taught! Any tradition we believe, which contradicts the bible is not a tradition we should hang on to!
Hello Dan, The Revelation is about Christ Jesus Himself spiritually baptizing His true Christians and spiritually building His True Church. His enemies began with the beast coming out of the (RED) Sea: unbelieving Israel, unbelieving Jews, false Christians, false churches, false schools, false ministries, etc. Over 300 years ago the churches were proven false by true Quaker George Fox and other true Quakers of the 1600’s. They are prophesied in over a dozen OT and NT Scriptures along with Augustin of Hippo who most definitely was not a Roman Catholic. I have 8 undeniable dates that prove it. Just email me and I’ll send the brief proof.
Go ahead and send it to me. Personally I believe the Quakers are a cult. Augustine of Hippo was an arch heretic who incorporated loads of pagan theology into his version of “Christianity”. I would recommend you listen to Brandon Holthaus’s series on Calvinism. He goes quite deep into the philosophy of Augustine!