Bapticostals | Church Rescue



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Bapticostals | Church Rescue

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  1. But more to your point, I believe that the people falling to the floor have seen others do it, their leaders approving, and just know that's the way they're expected to behave in that setting at that time. If you replaced those people with other Christians who'd never seen a 'slaying in the Spirit,' I'm sure none of them would fall down. These people, though, know the drill.

  2. I feel sorry for them if they can't get through a 3 or 4 hour church service… We can sit through almost a 2 hour movie… This guy may need help but I have learned never to put a time limit on God's service.  How would they have critiqued Paul who spoke for almost 12 hours straight?

  3. Tbh I love this church and the praise is real…how can you even talk about the spirit of God and how the spirit moves this is a praise there own praise…..#God is good……and preach reverand

  4. And this is not stupidity…remember David danced outta his clothes….sooo……….so I willl praise all day dance all day and people gone have there own opinions about this church bt one thing I know for sure is when God moves ima dance and ima go crazy bc you never know whats someone struggle is and y they are praising him the way they do……..and ima go crazy for the lord he woke me up……and if you can dance ad a club all night and act crazy like devils…..why not go into the house of the Lord and go crazy for him cause I am……….wen praises go up blessings come down!!!!!!!!!!!#praise him church

  5. Wow what BS! I've been watching the show for 5 minutes and I've seen this pastor in 3 different very expensive suits, gold chains to hold his tie in place, but he can't afford to replace the carpet or put air conditioning in his church. 3hr sermons are you serious!?! He just loves to hear his own voice, be the center of attention and thinks he's a rockstar. That's why I don't go to church anymore. Seen way to much of that. And he expects them to buy and build him a new massively bigger church for him and he doesn't have a nickle to contribute. Typical…

  6. This church does need help. We do need to follow the Holy Spirit's direction, but we need to keep it organized or no one will ever be able to follow up. I'm a Pentecostal man myself and our pastor always keeps things organized and even let's people leave if they need too. 

  7. I know very few Baptists (if any) that would have church like that, even if it's a "Black Church". However, I am Pentecostal, and our services are almost always like this. For example, we arrive at church on Sunday evenings at 6:00pm, and we have prayer requests, prayer over those requests, we sing a hymn or two, some specials will be sung (sometimes three or more), and our pastor will finally enter the pulpit around 7:15, and that's on a shorter night. He will preach until he feels he has preached what Jesus wanted him to preach, nothing more, nothing less. Sometimes the preacher never preaches. If the Spirit falls and everyone gets with it, everyone gathers around the alter and everyone prays. There are some that will walk and speak in tongues (not all of us do). On an average Sunday night service, I'd say we might get out around 9:00pm, sometimes earlier, sometimes later (much later). I was raised primarily in Baptist churches and even a "Full Gospel Baptist", but we were never anything like the Pentecostals are. I'm not ashamed to be Pentecostal. My church family (and we really are family who genuinely love each other) are genuine in their walk with Christ, and I never have to worry about one of our services getting dull. Putting a time limit on church isn't getting us anywhere. What if Christ said I;m only get beat for so long and save only so many people? I think we attend church and receive what Christ has for us, but these routine church services, an hour in and out, is a little baffling to me. Not saying they can't fell the Spirit in those churches, but if you're watching your watch, you're not getting anything.

  8. For those of you who are dead in your sins,
    It is my prayer that you will repent of your sins and turn to Jesus Christ and be saved. God the Father sent His only begotten Son Jesus Christ(the second Person of the Trinity, God-man)who lived a sinless life, and died on the cross for our sins. " For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that whosoever believes in Him shall not perish but have everlasting life."(John 3:16) Three days later, Jesus Christ rose from the dead.(1st Corinthians 15:4) . This is important because God is holy and just and he cannot look upon sin i.e tolerate it Habakkuk 1:13. God's standard is perfection and you will NEVER MEET THAT. You deserve to burn in hell for your sin Romans 6:23. Sin cuts a person off from God -Isaiah 59:1-2. You cant do anything good to earn a right standing before God i.e good works, getting baptized, the five pillars of Islam, going to Church every Sunday, praying to Mary, confessing your sin to a priest etc God forbid, but if you were to die in your sins, you would spend eternity in hell. I dont want this for you. You can be reconciled to God if you will repent and believe the gospel.( Mark1:15) Do it today while there is still time.

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