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Saturday, 16 November 2013

The Luciferic doctrine that promotes suicide: Does salvation mean that your past, present and future sins have been forgiven? Belief That Pastor Who Killed Himself Is Going to Hell Is 'Ludicrous' and 'Unbiblical,' Say Dr. Richard Land, Pastor E. Dewey Smith: Oh: really


Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, the golden calf  of modern day Babylon Christendom is the so called once saved  always saved luciferic doctrine or eternal security doctrine . This doctrine has infested virtually all churches in the USA and Europe and has started creeping into even African Churches. Recently  Pastor Teddy Parker committed suicide by  shooting  him self dead and his PhD friend  Pastor E. Dewey Smith Jr has come up with the flawed argument that Pastor Teddy Parker had manic depression and was therefore  mentally sick and did not end up in hell as some people have erroneously thought. Eternal security proponents such as Pastor E. Dewey Smith Jr think that no sin can make you unborn. In other words you are eternally secure despite being a born again thug, porn consumer, adulterer, fornicator, liar, defiler and murderer .The truth is that eternal security is a leading cause of suicide among born again Christians.

Folks if your pastor is teaching eternal security,  quickly separate from such a wolf before you loose your soul. Eternal security leads to sin, death and hell….period. Believers in eternal security have bought the lie that the serpent sold to Eve in the garden of Eden that you can sin and not die. The devil has not changed….has he??  Eternal security proponents ask those who do not believe in eternal security that, ‘’which work have you done to keep your salvation’’. Well, this is a bogus and fallacious question because we do not remain righteous by our own efforts but by the grace of God. The grace of god is so powerful to protect us from sin. Do we sin or fall short times, of course, but by the grace of God  which is inseparable from the blood of Jesus  is able to bring us back into right standing with God. Amen

Million dollar questions for eternal security proponents: 

1. If eternal security is true, why did Jesus say that the way to heaven is narrow?? In other words when you say that nothing can make us loose our salvation, aren’t you logically implying that the way to heaven is very wide.

2. If  we can not lose our salvation why do we waste time criticizing and warning people about prosperity pimp preachers like Benny Hinn, Creflo Dollar, Copeland etc why do we waste time criticizing people who will never loose their salvation?

3. If  we can not lose our salvation why do we warn Christians about ecumenism with Catholics, Muslims and eastern mysticism?

4. If  we can not lose our salvation, why would Jesus Come back as a thief in the night??

5. If we can not lose our salvation, does that mean that  a born again Christian who converts to Islam  retains his salvation ?

 6. If we can not lose our salvation, does that mean that  a born again Christian who converts to atheism   retains his salvation ?

Folks ..eternal security is just a hiss of the serpent


There is a gospel of sin being propagated on the pulpit and on the net today by even born again PHD holders in theology and divinity. According to this gospel when you are born again, you can not be unborn; once you are saved you will always be saved. They argue that even if you commit suicide, even if you rape, steal, commit adultery, be addicted to porn, perform masturbation, be indulged in lesbianism and homosexuality, you can not loose your salvation. This is absolute rubbish- do not believe it, check out the word of God by your self. Do not trust PHDs, pastors, evangelists etc. Trust the word of God alone.

This eternal security nonsense can even be logically challenged by a child. God’s warning to the seven churches in Asia proves beyond reasonable doubt that eternal security is a myth. These were not churches of sorcerers, New agers or Kabbalists. These were churches of born again Christian believers. God warns some of these churches that if they do not repent, they will lose their crowns. God never said do not worry guys, you once saved always saved.

Pastor Teddy Parker Jr

Eternal security believer Pastor Teddy Parker Jr. committed suicide

Eternal Security
Promotes Suicide, Part 1

Eternal Security
Promotes Suicide (Murder), Part II

Suicide: A Quick Ticket To Hell

Dead Men's Bones!

 We truly live in the last days and there is great deception in almost all corners on the face of this earth. To state it candidly, we live in days of deception and lies. Our society and generation seems to move and dwell in lies and deception. Lies and deception is what our adulterous society uses to make things going.

From Pastor to Politician to Prophet to President, all tell lies and run organizations by lies and deception. Organized and Institutionalized lies and deception is the order of the day and way of controlling the masses. The Church has not been immune to deception. As a matter of fact Jesus Christ strongly warned us that there would be deception so great in the Last days just before He returned that if possible, the elect would be deceived.

To the saints, read the Bible on your own and test whatever that preacher and PhD Pastor teach on the pulpit… You will be amazed and flabbergasted at how deception is being sold and lies are being preached on the pulpit instead of truth. Truth has been cast aside in this adulterous generation. Truth has been cast aside from the pulpit by the celebrated preachers of today…

One of the greatest lie and deception out there in the Church today is that once you are saved you are always saved and regardless of what you do or how you walk, you have your salvation secured and nothing will take that away from you.

This deception is so bad that many Christians have embraced the world while sitting on their pews on Sunday services. All sins spoken about in Romans chapter one are currently in the Church and practiced by those who call themselves Christians. Their preachers tell them that their Salvation is secured regardless. Kato Mivule (Watch Out! You Could Lose Your Salvation)( 


  E. Dewey Smith

Pastor Teddy Parker Jr's longtime friend, Dr. E. Dewey Smith, Jr., Senior Pastor at The House of Hope Atlanta (Greater Travelers Rest)in Decatur, Ga.

Belief That Pastor Who Killed Himself Is Going to Hell Is 'Ludicrous' and 'Unbiblical,' Say Dr. Richard Land, Pastor E. Dewey Smith  


By Leonardo Blair , CP Reporter

November 14, 2013|5:13 pm

Pastor E. Dewey Smith Jr., longtime friend of Pastor Teddy Parker Jr., who shot himself outside his home as his church and family waited for him on Sunday, dismissed "diabolic" chatter about his friend Thursday, including the notion that he is going to hell for what he did as "ludicrous" and "unbiblical." Dr. Richard Land, president of Southern Evangelical Seminary in Matthews, N.C., agrees.

"People have been saying absolutely diabolic stuff. My friend wasn't even cold yet, he hadn't even left the crime lab. ... My friend was not in anything illicit or immoral," said Smith, senior pastor at The House of Hope Atlanta (Greater Travelers Rest), to The Christian Post Thursday.

"My friend was sick. He was the most kind, loving, humble, most genuine, loyal person I've ever met in my life and he was sick. He had a sickness and that's it. He had a sickness just like somebody who had cancer and it was a sickness that was beyond his control," he said.

 eternal security refuted

In an interview with The Christian Post on Wednesday, Smith had revealed that his friend the late Pastor Teddy Parker Jr. had struggled with manic depression and had emotional issues, and had sought treatment.
"It's terrible how we blame people. Is it fair to blame a victim for being sick? Is it fair? Is it fair to expect sick people to always be rational? It's terribly painful for me to watch pundits and people who don't even know the story to assail and assassinate my friend's character. I know him. I know his heart. He struggled. He was loving, he was kind," said Smith.

While many readers have been sharing their condolences for the pastor and his family on CP's Facebook page, others have damned pastor Parker to hell for taking his life.

Eternal security (once saved always saved) is a license for immorality

"Sorry but anyone who takes their own life is not resting in peace. He's a coward, instead of getting on his knees, like a real Christian. He took his own life," wrote Stephh Machado Lizama.
"Very sad ma brother lost the fight... the race is not for the swift nor the battle for the strong but it is for those who endure to the end... nobody can put you into heaven after committing such act sorry!!!!" wrote Georgette Williams.

But Smith, a graduate of the prestigious Morehouse College in Atlanta, Ga., who holds a doctorate of ministry degree from the United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio, said the suggestion that his friend won't go to heaven because he committed suicide is "ludicrous" and unbiblical. Passing such judgment, he said, is also "insensitive."

"It hurts me to see how insensitive some Christian people [are]…I expect people of no faith to weigh in on the stories, but to see some of the things that have been posted by people that are supposed to represent Christ, it's heartbreaking," he said. "I believe people should speak where the Bible speaks and be silent where the scriptures are silent."
Pastor Teddy Parker Jr (Photo: Screen Grab via YouTube/holdenhisglory)
Pastor Teddy Parker Jr.

"The only unpardonable sin that the scripture speaks of is called the blasphemy of the Holy Spirit," he said.
Smith then further dissected the supposition that suicide victims won't go to heaven.

"The implication behind that is that if someone kills themself they are unable to ask forgiveness for their sins after the commission of a sin. Well my question is, if that is the case, what happens to the person who died in adultery? What happens to the person that had a difficult argument and didn't ask forgiveness and was in a car accident? So are we saying that asking forgiveness before death, is that the prerequisite for eternal life? Does the blood of Jesus bring salvation, or asking for forgiveness right before death?" he asked.

"What about the stuff that we've done, the sin of omission, the unknowing sins that we've committed? So does that mean that because we had some unrepented sins that we weren't aware of that we didn't ask forgiveness? That's ludicrous!" he said.

"If that's the case, then it's the receiving or request of forgiveness before death that brings us to eternal life and not belief in Jesus Christ. My friend was weak. My friend was sick. My friend was irrational," Smith said.
  • Richard Land
Dr. Richard Land, who was a professor of Theology and Church History at Criswell College in Dallas, Texas, and received a Master of Theology degree from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, echoed Smith's sentiments by adding, "It's an unbiblical position. The position that suicide somehow would cancel your salvation has no biblical support whatsoever."

"When it is a result of mental illness it is not a sin. Sins are when you knowingly do things that are contrary to God's will and that involves rational thought processes and choices. A person who is in the midst of a tremendous depression for instance, is not a rational person," said Land, who is also executive editor of The Christian Post. "This is a diagnosable, physiological, neurological condition. It is not an emotional state. It is a physical mental illness."

Smith said since Parker's death hundreds of pastors including Bishop T.D. Jakes and the Rev. Dr. Margaret Elaine M. Flake of The Greater Allen Cathedral in New York have reached out to him.
"Our prayers are with you and we also lift up the family of your friend, Pastor Teddy Parker Jr. Peace be still!" The Greater Allen Cathedral tweeted to Smith Tuesday.

Other Christians, like Joshua E. Smith, called on Christians to show Parker grace in a 5-minute YouTube reaction to the pastor's death, which he described as "painful" and "hurtful."

Ministers such as John Chiar, who reached out directly to this reporter, as well as Smith on Twitter, expressed thanks for shedding light on members of the clergy struggling with deep depression.
"Just want to say, I love you my God, bring peace in this sad time. As a minister, I wanted to end my life. I am weeping," noted Chiar.

"I'm literally getting responses from hundreds of pastors who are talking about this story and need help," he said

Smith explained that he was up late Wednesday night listening to another pastor's struggles.
"His [pastor's] mother just passed away. He's been down in depression. He wanted to do something to continue this conversation. Bishop (T.D.) Jakes reached out to me. He's doing a session for depression at his pastors, leaders' conference next March," he explained.

"I'm encouraged because sometimes it takes difficulty to get us to have honest conversations. We've got a lot of work to do in our tradition in terms of pastors and leaders and expectations. People have to be mature and pastors have to be free to find resources that can find Sabbaticals and healthy outlets. Because too many of our people are suffering," he said.