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Return to the Father's Heart
So the Earth Will Survive
Robert B. Scott

Return to the Father’s Heart

This crucial book will pave the way for the of coming Elijah of Malachi 4:5-6, who is prophesied to bring today’s absent fathers toward their neglected or jettisoned children and bring the heart of believers back to their Father in heaven. The book offers a solution to a pervasive problem among men today: their inability to forgive abusive fathers. This modern-day Elijah will “restore all things” (Mat. 17:11), including the true gospel of the Kingdom or Family of God, revealing the dangerous error of the grace revolution leading to the appearance of the man of lawlessness, an evil leader who will fight the second coming of Jesus. Click HERE to order your copy today!

 

 

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Wait Just a Minute, Creflo Dollar! We challenge you! Pastor Robert Scott

Challenge to Dr. Creflo Dollar in His Sunday TV Teaching

Dr. Dollar’s presentation on Sunday and Monday, May 11 and 12, 2014 can’t go unchallenged. He says that Jesus didn’t really mean what He said in the gospels. He only expanded and explained the law to show us it wasn’t possible to keep. Yet he quoted Matthew 28 that Jesus told the disciples to teach what He commanded them to teach. He contends that the disciples or apostles wrote what He commanded in the epistles. He says nowhere do we find Peter and John to sell all we have and to sever body parts or that we will be thrown into hell is we don’t cut off our hand. Besides the fact that Jesus’ example isn’t literal, consider these truths

The question he doesn’t answer is this: where does it say the apostles must repeat all of Jesus’ words in the epistles? Neither is it necessary for Jesus and the apostles to repeat everything written in the First Testament.

John says His commandments aren’t burdensome and he defines the love of God as keeping the commandments. He even says that “the one who says he knows Jesus and doesn’t keep His commandments, is a liar, and the truth isn’t in him” (1 John 2:4).

He twists the very verses that condemn the teachings of lawlessness (Mat. 5:19).

The doers of the law will be declared righteous (Rom. 2:13). That verse is nullified in his mind, since we can’t keep the law. He refuses to understand that grace is Jesus in us, enabling us to do what we can’t do of ourselves, to keep the law.

Showing us that no flesh can be justified by the law isn’t the only reason God gave the law.  Jesus raised the standard, but Dollar is lowering His standard with no biblical proof, only twisting the Bible. Keeping the law by grace is quite possible because Jesus commanded it, even that we should aim at the perfection of the Father (Mat. 5:48).

Any attempt of our own is indeed futile. That’s why grace and truth came with Jesus to enable us to do what we can’t do. We have to depend completely on Jesus to be able to obey, and Jesus’ blood cleanses us when we fall short, if we confess, which some of these grace teachers are saying is no longer necessary.

One of the guests on Sid Roth’s TV program received revelation that we have understood in grasping the whole picture of law and grace in the Bible, that the Hebrew idea of being under the law in Romans was being under the penalty of the law. If being under the law meant obeying the law, why would Jesus say to show we love Him we must keep His commandments (John 14:15)? And why would even Paul say that what was important was the keeping of the commandments (1 Cor. 7:19)?

While we have addressed some of these questions in our new e-book, Grace Revolution?—Or Deadly Deception? from West Bow, division of Thomas Nelson and Zondervan. However, these statements were so shocking and anti-biblical that we had to challenge them.


Noah Movie—Biblical Review Pastor Robert Scott

 

What You Don’t Know about Noah—A Biblical Movie Review

 Noah is entertaining, imaginative, “Hollywoodical,” but not biblical! It is evident that an atheist produced it. He used elements that had a faint link to the Bible and from Jewish mysticism, the Kabbala.

 Noah Movie Review

The controversial movie Noah has raised many eyebrows, and for just cause. It is entertaining, artistic, and imaginative, but extremely unbiblical. Here are only a few reasons that is the case. 

Here are some of the many biblical inaccuracies:

  1. Noah’s three sons had to marry women of different races in order for the three races to exist today (Gen. 6:18). It would have been necessary for Shem to marry another Caucasian woman, for Ham to marry a Negroid woman of brown color, and for Japheth to marry a yellow or Asian woman. This was not the case in the movie.
  2. The earth was filled with violence at the time (Gen. 6:11), but Noah walked with God and was not a violent man who killed others as the film portrays.
  3. The flood caught the evil world by surprise (Mat. 24:39); they didn’t try to kill Noah and attack the ark as the film portrayed.
  4. No evil men were allowed on the ark, such as evil Tubalcain, as the movie shows.
  5. God supernaturally closed the doors of the ark, not Noah as in the movie (Gen. 7:16).
  6. The watchers weren’t “rock people” but humanoid aliens that used genetic manipulation to produce a race of giants that inhabited the earth at that time and that will return just before the coming back of Jesus (Gen. 6:4; Mat. 24:37). You can find all the details in Hidden Truth from Prophecy—Beyond 2012 by Robert B. Scott.
  7. Lawlessness characterized Noah’s day. We need to be reminded that the wrath of the Lamb is coming because of lawlessness of the people, this time not with water but with fire. The lawlessness today is the idea that God’s grace allows you to sin and do what you want, as in Noah’s day. To learn more about this “grace revolution,” procure the e-book, Grace Revolution?—Or Deadly Deception?. To see another review, see Dr. Michael Brown’s YouTube video. He compares today’s coming judgment to Pompei’s fiery destruction he just saw and that I witnessed on a visit to Italy in 1970.
  8. Mark Driscoll mentioned Noah in his article in Charisma in which he said: "Noah was not a good guy but a graced guy." This may agree with the grace revolution, but it isn’t biblical. We see in the movie a flawed Noah who didn’t walk with God as the Bible says. He was an angry man ready to kill baby girls in the film. Grace only came with Jesus, not before (John 1:17). Noah received favor from God because of His obedience to God’s law, but he didn’t have access to the empowerment of grace to obey. As we have in Jesus.
  9. The good news is that we don’t have to be unawares in the time of the end. We can obey God’s law by grace and receive the same favor as Noah. We can claim the covenant God made with Noah, one of the present nine covenants we have with God. It’s a covenant of protection from the calamities to come and family salvation and protection. We and our families can qualify for a rapture to heaven or a place of safety according to our faith. We don’t have to fear giants who will stalk the earth as in Noah’s day. We can either speak God’s Word against them or be protected in heaven or on earth from their ravages.
  10. Noah was blameless in his generations, resisting the sexual advances of giants who attacked women and men to rape and kill. He is mentioned as the most righteous of men (Ezek. 14:14). His name meant “rest,” and since he was righteous he rested on God’s holy days of rest. See our article Noah — An Example for the Last Days

 We preach the true gospel of the Kingdom of God based on the law of love of our Father God, not a false gospel of grace. That’s the gospel Jesus and Paul preached (Mark 1:14-15; Acts 28:31).


Your'e the First!—to Be Offered our New Grace E-Book! Pastor Robert Scott
Your'e the First!—to Be Offered our New Grace E-Book!

You're blessed to be the first to know our exciting new e-book on the grace revolution is out! You have first choice by coming to this blog. Congratulations! First come—first serve! Enjoy! Escape the greatest apostasy of these last days by acquiring Grace Revolution?—Or Deadly Deception?


Pastor Prince—Here's What the Word Says! Pastor Robert Scott
 Pastor Prince—Here's What the Word Says!

While we love Pastor Joseph Prince and respect his anointing, we must challenge him on his recent teaching on Romans 8:4, one of the strong and clear passages that disprove the grace revolution. We give many more verses throughout the Bible in our coming new e-book on this revolution to be published soon by West Bow, division of Thomas Nelson and Zondervan, this is a key verse that says unequivocally that the requirement of the law is fulfilled in us by Jesus or Grace in us or by the Spirit of God in us, since all three members of the Trinity are in us and give us the power to keep God's law of love. 

The meaning of the Greek word for "in" us is a distraction from the clear meaning of the verse, and is not a correct handling of the Word of God, which clearly throughout its pages teaches obedience to God's law by the Grace that is Jesus in us. Whether it's "in" us or "by" us is irrelevant. We have Jesus "in" and He is Grace and Truth. What we heard on one of Pastor Prince's recent broadcast isn't truth but a twisting of the Word of God. It's easy to say, "the Greek says..." and lead people into deception. 

We denounce this incorrect reading of the clear meaning of this verse, that the law still has requirements for the New Covenant believer, and those requirements should be and will be fulfilled in us by Jesus' true grace or empowerment. The law isn't done away, and Jesus condemns in no uncertain terms the teachings of lawlessness (Mat. 5:19).


Don't Fear! Pastor Robert Scott

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Challenge to Joseph Prince Pastor Robert Scott

I love Pastor Joseph Prince, and I can say that with the royal “we” because God loves him dearly and has inspired him to give me amazing insights into His Word over the years, including our entire church that has benefited from his broadcasts. His style is unique, and he really delves into the Hebrew Scriptures, revealing understanding of the concepts of the Hebrew language. They have edified me greatly.

My intention is not to demean or attack a man of God whose purpose God has determined. I only mention his name because of what he spoke in a recent broadcast in talking about John’s epistle where he said we should confess our sins. Is teaching on this verse is against God’s Word.  Not Pastor Prince, but his teaching at this occasion must be challenged, this time in a little different way than our previous post.

The argument is made that 1 John 2:12 would contradict 1:9-10 because it declares that our sins are forgiven. He claims that John is using the editorial “we” in 1:9-10, applying his words to only non-believing Jews.

Nevertheless, verses 7-8 contradict his claim. The blood of Jesus cleanses “us” from all sin, so John is using “we” to refer to himself and other believers, not Jews who don’t know Jesus. Verse 8 says we deceive ourselves if we say we have no sin. Prince doesn’t say that, but he says there is no law, which by biblical definition says there is no sin (1 John 3:4).

We can’t simply exclude the whole Bible from our discussion. Solomon was the wisest man before Jesus, and he said, “He who conceals his transgressions will not prosper, but he who confesses and forsakes them will find compassion” (Prov. 28:13).

David was a man after God’s own heart (Acts 13:22). What made him so was his love of God’s law and his desire to confess and repent of sin when he failed, which he did in Psalm 51. In Psalm 32 he said his health suffered when he kept silent about his sin (32:3) but when he acknowledged his sin to God (yada or confess) and confessed it to Him (32:5), God forgave him.

While it’s true our sins in the future are forgiven, we must confess in order to receive that forgiveness.  Adam and Eve, as well as Cain, justified themselves and never confessed their sin, and they weren’t forgiven. We draw near to the throne of grace to receive mercy when we have sinned as we confess our sin, and we find grace or empowerment to help in time of need (Heb. 4:15).

While we greatly respect Joseph Prince, we can’t accept a rewriting of the Bible. Confession of sin is a foregone conclusion and even a stated principle of God’s Word throughout, and we feel obliged to set the record clear. We thank God that Pastor Joseph Prince will see his error and teach the truth about law and grace he once taught so ably.

The Bible is indeed a Jewish, but also a Christian Book. Jesus washed His disciple’s feet at the Passover and declared all but one betrayer “completely clean” (John 13:10). All unconfessed and unrecognized sins are washed away annually at the Passover foot washing service, which is why it is the most joyous of Christian feasts. This year a blood moon falls on Passover day, after the previous night’s Passover ceremony on the 14th of April and the 14th of Abib in the Hebrew calendar. We invite you to follow our Passover service in our A-Z section of this site. Order our new e-book, Grace Revolution?—Or Deadly Deception? on our home page.


Wacky Weather an Act of God? Pastor Robert Scott

As our May 9 radio series will announce, weather has run amok as never before, and people are asking, “What is God doing?” That’s the wrong question. It should be, “What is God allowing Satan to do because His people haven’t obeyed Him and thus brought this bad weather upon themselves?”  Jesus set out before His people blessings if they obeyed His laws and curses that would automatically come if they disobeyed. He pronounced the blessings and the curses, so He is ultimately responsible because He established the law. It is actually Satan, however, who comes to steal and destroy, and God only allows it because we break the law, as we have done in modern Israel, which can be easily proven biblically and historically as the Anglo-Saxon nations.

Deuteronomy 28:23-24 spells out some of the weather curses, and Amos 4:7 is even more specific and timely: “Then I would send rain on one city and on another city I would not send rain; One part would be rained on, while the part not rained on would dry up.”
  The strangely cold and long winter in the USA is part of these weather curses that have come upon God’s physical people, and even worldwide weather disasters have occurred because the world in general has disobeyed God’s law. Global warming is a clever invention of men who are profiting from its proclamation. 

The strangely cold and long winter in the USA is part of these weather curses that have come upon God’s physical people, and even worldwide weather disasters have occurred because the world in general has disobeyed God’s law. Global warming is a clever invention of men who are profiting from its proclamation.

Believers have the power in their tongues to affect the weather, but most don’t want to know or use their authority. You as a believers have the power to stop a tornado that threaten to kill your family or to cause a fire to stop at your property. Use your authority in Jesus’ name!




Prophecy Speeds Up as the Church Sleeps Pastor Robert Scott

Here are only a few of the surprising events...     

 Members of the universal church are getting cold feet about the steps of their new leader, who says atheists can go to heaven and that there is no more law, while charismatic leaders are applauding him. Malachi Martin, an important insider, wrote before he died that this one would be the last universal church leader and that  the faithful may not be so faithful. Prophesies inside this universal church that were documented centuries ago say that this it the 113th and last leader. He has compromised by accepting agreement with Muslims. Martin foresaw that many would leave the visible church. Could they be being prepared to come out of her so they don’t receive of her plagues (Rev. 18:4)? The pronouncements of this religious leader are a disturbing departure from any semblance of biblical truth, as even inside prophecies from this religion have predicted.

We let you draw your own conclusions to a recent TV documentary giving a shocking pictorial history of Hitler’s rise.  He avoided a scandal when a young relative said he was a monster and said he did unspeakable sexual things to her. Then she died, apparently of suicide or murder. He soon found another mistress and then rose steadily to power amid an indifferent German public, including a woman I knew in Paris who sat on his knee as a young girl, believing his lies like the majority of the brainwashed public. It was amazing such an intelligent lady could believe so strongly such a lie. US soldiers discovered a secret weapon that would appear to be alien technology. This documentary shows actual footage of men in California on classified government assignment to reconstruct this German weapon. It was made of wood to avoid radar but seems to have the alien touch. Don’t be surprised if aliens are also involved in these last days as the Bible in Hebrew indicates and as we show in Hidden Truth from Prophecy—Beyond 2012, published by West Bow, division of Thomas Nelson and Zondervan, available on our Bookstore tab on the left at freedomchurchofgod.com. Hitler rose to power while Germany slept. Mussolini saw that the Western powers in Europe acted weakly, so he allied with Hitler. Hitler aided Franco by killing off his opponents. Prophecy was fulfilled, but no longer will God help his people, America, to stop a dictator in Europe. The beast power is soon to rise in Europe with the false prophet, a woman or head of a church that rides the beast, and only Jesus can stop this man of lawlessness who is being prepared by the grace revolution. Check out our new e-book on this deadly deception while you can get it with our introductory offer at our web site above. Later West Bow will publish it. We are extending our introductory price through April 10 to remind you to read Matthew 5:19. It’s only $5.19 till 7 PM Thursday, April 10.    

 While US religious leaders have signed a pact to push Chrislam and to call God Allah, a Malaysian court has ruled that a priest couldn’t declare that Allah was the Christian God. Malaysia has declared that Christendom can’t use Allah as God’s name. Who to believe in this confusion? God and His Word!

 

 

 

 


Passover Challenges Joseph Prince! Pastor Robert Scott

The Passover foot washing of John 13 has a powerful anointing. It washes away all unrecognized sins of the year, the kind that Pastor Prince was so worried about as a teen. He had to face the unbiblical religiosity of pastors and elders who said he couldn’t be born again because he hadn’t confessed all his sins. His self-deceiving private interpretations of passages in the General Epistles, which Peter said not to have (2 Peter 1:20), are based on the condemnation he felt in his early years of being a believer.

We are never supposed to base a doctrine on our feeling of personal condemnation, but on the Word of God, on which we base our understanding on in Grace Revolution?—Or Deadly Deception, our new e-book. The book can be purchased for a preliminary price of $5.19 US, to remind us, meaning us believers, of Matthew 5:19, where Jesus condemned teachings of lawlessness. That price is only available until noon on Thursday, April 10.

Confessing our sins, as John commanded under divine inspiration, doesn’t mean we are to be sin conscious. We are to be righteous conscious. Doing away with the law and with the clear Word of God on law and grace, however, does away with sin, which is defined by God as lawlessness (1 John 3:4). The bottom line of what Pastor Prince and others are now saying is a loose and false understanding of 1 John 2:12, which Pastor Prince quoted on today’s broadcast of Destined to Reign, April 8, 2014.

That verse and others are being falsely interpreted to mean our sins are forgiven once and for all. While that is true, it doesn’t mean we don’t need to confess them and be cleansed by Jesus’ blood or that we never need to confess sin again at all since sin doesn’t exist because the law is supposedly done away. You might as well do away with the whole Bible because it contradicts what you are saying about the law.

I speak this truth briefly here, but it took many, many pages to counter all the excuses given for doing away with the law and risking committing a sin we never want them to commit, a sin they believe is now impossible for a believer to commit. We pray for their repentance. We present this book, not as condemnation, but to save them from a deadly deception they fervently believe to be true—and to save you. God have mercy on them. As for you, “Prove all things, holding fast to what is true.” “Thy word is truth” (John 17:17).