Acceleration Radio – Dante Fortson MP3

Dante Fortson

Last night my guest was Dante Fortson. Here is the MP3 of the interview. I will be posting all the shows in this manner from now on. L. A.


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95 thoughts on “Acceleration Radio – Dante Fortson MP3

  1. L.A., that was a really interesting show last night with Minister Dante Fortson. Learned a few things I hadn’t known anything about and have taken them to Father God. May the LORD bless both of you for the work you are doing.

    On another note. I heard from one of the Indonesian people I know. Thankfully she isn’t around the troubled areas. She sends this message:

    “Thank you very much for your attention and your prayer for my country, the peoples and for me. Tsunami occured on the “Mentawai”the Island of west Sumatera. Merapi volcano that erupted in the centre Jawa region.I live in Jakarta the capital of Indonesia, far from the troubled areas. Please always pray for Indonesia and the peoples.Thank you again and May GOD always bless you and bless my country.With love in JESUS name !”

    In His Precious Name,

  2. there is no sound on the audio clip you posted about 13 minutes into the recording. just wanted to give you a heads up.

  3. Why dont you ask the tough questions?

    A lady from South Carolina emailed LA last night to start the show off with the following questions “why dont you ask the tough questions?” She then went on to ask Mr Fortson why do you claim there is no scripture claiming it is ok to have sex outside of marriage?
    Debateable quesiton but is that really the tough question? Is Mr Fortsons business really that pressing for everyone to know? Isnt that something between him and his church.

    I listened to the show to find out about his book not to debate whether I think he is a sinner?

    Common People Really? Thats the tough quesiton?

    I’m thinking to myself tough quesitons. Well that could be several things. What are my tough questions I think about.

    1. Will the US recover from a 24 trillion dollar deficit?
    2. Will 42 millions Americans ever get off of food stamps?
    3. Are the 1 million starving people in Niger getting food?
    4. Christians in Eygpt are being Martyred who’s helping them?
    5. The Congressional Budget Office says we will not be able to pay the interest on our debt by 2012 then what?
    6. 17% of the populations in the US is unemployed will God provide one for them?
    7. Over 30 countries do not allow you to profess you are Christian without being persecuted. Why?
    8. There are 1.8 billion muslims world wide and 5% are radical. Thats 90 million? Thats a large number who have radical agendas who’s watching them?
    9. 100 million abortions a year.

    On top of that Chad emailed and said he heard Mr Fortsons girlfriend was pregnant outside of marriage?

    Really Chad does Mr Fortsons girlfriend being pregnant outside of wedlock keep you up at night in wonder and sadness?

    Mr Fortson I for one was embarrassed. Im sorry. You handled the call with very professionally. Thank you

    Its really sad though that we jump to judge everyone anymore. Where is the love of christ. Did we forget what christ said?

    “And as they continued to ask him, he stood up and said to them, “Let him who is without sin among you be the first to throw a stone at her.”

    There have been a large amount of personal attacks on the blog over the last 6 months? Why? LA you must be amazed at the fact that so many sinless people who can judge others listen to your radio show and read your blog. Thats Amazing

    • Richard, there is one really tough question I ask every morning before I get out of bed. “Father God, what would you like me to do today?” And when He answers, I try to do it, no matter what it is He asks of me. 🙂

      God bless you, Richard!

      In His Very Precious Name,

    • Richard:

      I see that you are upset that I emailed LA during the show asking if a rumor about Dante was true. There are a couple of issues in play here. First of all this was supposed to be a show that “cleared the air” about Dante and his ministry. I assumed this was to address rumors I had heard regarding Brother BJ parting ways with Dante over his hypocrisy being a minister of the Lord and having a pregnant girlfriend.

      After about half an hour into the interview LA and Dante felt the need to change the subject. That specific issue didn’t come up. Dante tap danced around the issue of pre-martial sex and how he could not find any scripture that addresses it in the Bible. As an aside, I find it rather odd that a man who can write an entire book on the Nephilim by digging deep into the original Greek and Hebrew languages of the text can’t seem to find any scripture that addresses this subject in any of the 66 books.

      I emailed LA asking about the rumor. I didn’t call the show and drop the question like a hand grenade. To LA’s credit he asked the question. To Dante’s credit he admitted it. The air has been cleared. (1 Timothy 5:20) I felt it was completely disingenuous to discuss the issue and not mention that little tidbit if it were true.

      Secondly, Dante has assumed a position of leadership in the Christian community (and the body of Christ). There is a responsibility that goes with that. I completely agree with everyone who is saying we need to have grace on him. Agreed. But, there is also a place for rebuking and correction as well. (2 Timothy 3:16) Jesus had grace on sinners, but he was harsh on the professional “ministers” of his day. You cannot bring a reproach on the name of Christ and get a free pass. I am sorry folks, you just cannot. (1 Timothy 3:7, 1 Timothy 3:10)

      Should we forgive Dante? Absolutey. Did he ask for forgiveness? No, he did not. He danced around the issue. Dante should be held to the standard of the Bible and what the scripture says regarding the office of a “minister”, not his opinion (or ours).

      Chad Miles
      Editor and Publisher
      Hearken the Watchmen

    • I’ll toss in my input. Bro. BJ did not leave the show because of anything concerning my girlfriend. Bro. BJ has his own personal issues that he let throw him off course. I won’t put his business on this blog, but bascially, you are adding to the rumors Chad. I’ll say this, his cousin is my best friend and even they are disappointed in Bro. BJ behind the real reason for his leaving the show.

      As far as my girlfriend, there is nothing to hide, so I answered the question. Everyone that was at the conference knows. I think Richard was 100% right in his comments. I’m also surprised that so many people remained virgins until they were married. We could go through and pick out verses all day, but ultimately what difference does it make? If God chooses to forgive me or anyone else, it honestly doesn’t matter what you, I, or anyone else thinks.

      L.A. mentioned on that show that out of all the people that God chose to save, it was Rahab, the prostitute. It was Ruth the Moabite (forbidden race) that was chosen to bring about the line of Christ. It was Judah’s son out of wedlock that was chosen to be related to Christ. It was Solomon, the son of woman that David stole from a man by having him murdered, that ultimately built the house of the Lord.

      That by no means justifies my actions at all. The thing that bothers me most about the whole issue is that many of the same people that point out that I had sex before marriage have also had sex before marriage. Not only that, some of the same people will toss up a Christmas tree or take their kids trick or treating, but won’t say a word to anyone about participating in pagan worship.

      I never danced around anything. I answered the questions I was asked. L.A. knows my position and as I’ve stated on my blog and on the show Wednesday, I think the word fornication has been watered down and has a much deeper meaning. I never once told people that they should have sex before marriage, that’s a rumor. My position was, is, and will always be, that its between you and God. Ultimately it comes down to this, my sin may not be the same as your sin, but it doesn’t mean your sin isn’t as bad just because nobody knows about it.

    • I think ministers, especially, and people we put in office, presidents, and teachers, policemen, firemen, doctors and parents – anyone that another person, ESPECIALLY A CHILD, looks up to as someone they should be able to trust, should be held to a high standard. We are all to be held to a high standard, but I see this country falling apart. Biblical integrity and values seem to be slipping away. One of the areas that seems to be falling apart the most is the family. Teenage pregnancies are rampant, and abortion, as LA mentioned the other day, single mothers and fatherless homes. What role models did these children learn these lack of values from? Adultery in their parents, perhaps parents drinking or doing drugs? Sinful presidents or clergy or teachers? So if we as adults, and especially Christians, can’t be role models of what is good and righteous, God-pleasing and pure, how can we expect our children, who look up to us for wisdom and direction, how can we expect them to follow the right path?
      What truths are our misbehaviour and sin teaching our children? Are we being the righteous people that Christ wants us to be, and the role models our children so despertly need in these confusing times? Are we being a person that a child can trust when asking a question or looking for direction or seeking protection, to hear the Biblical truth and see a person who is living a life according to the Word and the Truth?

    • Children look up to most adults in general. The church is pushing people away. The speech is getting old, “we are under grace, but you can’t wear pants if you’re a woman, you can’t dance, etc.” Every denomination has a new set of laws. Either we are under the law or grace. If we are under grace, the Christ forgivves all. If we are under the law, then why did Christ bother to die? I just read a thread on facebook posted by a pastor. He simply asked people not to curse on their FB page, and you should have seen all of the negative responses he got. Church no longer appeals to the average person. My perception for the longest time is that church people are stuck up, hypocrites, etc. Many people share that opinion because we are so worried about what our neighbor is doing, that we don’t worry about what we are doing. Jesus put the Pharisees on blast about doing that. It wasn’t the sinners that Jesus referred to as hypocrites, it was the religious leaders PRETENDING not to have any faults.

      This is just my opinion, but the best rolemodel is someone that is honest and admits their faults, not the person that hides them. Everything done in the dark will come to light. I believe if we are looking for leaders that do no wrong, you’ll be disappointed each and every time. Jesus is the ONLY worthy role model.

    • I think that you’re correct that we all sin, and that we should admit our sins and repent. (Repent means to turn away from that sin, be a new person, and sin no more.) But I don’t think that God’s grace in forgiving our sins, and Christ’s payment on the cross, in anyway gives us license to go about freely sinning, because we believe we will be forgiven. If we love Christ, we should want to do what pleases Him and what He asks us to do, as Mary mentioned above. Not grieving the Holy Spirit. And if we love our children, we should want to be good role models for them, trying to live a righteous life with Christ as OUR rolemodel.

    • Agreed, but we live in sin every day. How do we stop sinning altogether? If you have the answer to never sinning again, I’d love to hear it. We are supposed to forgive 70×7 at minimum, so we know that us messing up is already accounted for. I agree that we should be good role models, but what does that mean? Do we say, make a big deal about law A, but ignore laws B,C, and D? Earlier you said leaders should be held to a higher standard, but what does that mean? Are they expected to be 100% perfect 100% of the time? Are they ever allowed to mess up? Can they mess up 1,2, or 3 times before we make a big deal about it? The problem I see with many Christians is that they teach the Bible, but forget the 70×7 words from Christ and want to make a big deal after 1 time.

    • 1.) I’ll try to be righteous and 2.) I will fail. Then 3.) I’ll try again, part of which process is admitting my failure (part 3.1.) 4.) repeat ad infinitum. Admitting other people’s perceived failures for them is just smacking them with my beamish old eyeball. Ouch! Yuck.
      Praise God for putting up w/my repeat offensiveness!

    • My point, I guess, is that we should try our 200% best NOT to sin, always asking the Lord for His help.
      And we should NOT have the care-less attitude of “oh well, I can sin all I want because it is forgiven”.
      Yes, we will fail, but the more we truely try and truely ask for the Lord’s help, the less and less we will fail. We will become a new and different person, more like Christ who is our rolemodel.
      And loving the Lord and wanting to please Him, and loving our children and wanting the best for them, is a GREAT incentive to grow.

    • P.S. I think sin is like poison. It leads to nothing but grief and pain, and if it weren’t for our Lord’s loving grace, sin leads to death. The wages of sin is death. Even though it may be pleasant for the briefest of moments, it is what the enemy wants, and the enemy seeks to kill and destroy.
      I think God doesn’t want us to sin to withhold something wonderful from us, but because He loves us, He doesn’t want us to go through anguish and grief. He wants the straight path for us, not the rocky dead-end road. There is peace in righteousness. A parent doesn’t say, honey, don’t drink this poison to withhold something good from the child, but because they don’t want the child hurt.

    • The Lord will forgive us again and again and again, like a wonderful father helping a small child learn to walk, He will help us up over and over again. But I think it is up to us to honestly and truely TRY to be upstanding people. Honestly TRYING to do what is right and what the Lord wants from us.

  4. A blessed day to everyone.
    There’s a short read at My eyes went all “cartoony pop” when I was reading it. I say, what is wrong with this picture?!? Btw, I don’t hold a lot of respect for this website/blog as it tends to be anti-Israel. But there are some kernels of truth hiding amongst the weeds. Just gotta weed it and reap. Curious to hear others’ take on Germany paying the Taliban to lay down their arms. Surreal………

  5. MOSCOW – Two volcanoes erupted Thursday on Russia’s far-eastern Kamchatka Peninsula, tossing massive ash clouds miles (kilometers) into the air, forcing flights to divert and blanketing one town with thick, heavy ash.

    The Klyuchevskaya Sopka, Eurasia’s highest active volcano, exploded along with the Shiveluch volcano, 45 miles (70 kilometers) to the northeast, the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry’s branch in Kamchatka said, adding that flights in the area had to change course.

    Ash clouds from the remote volcanoes billowed up to 33,000 feet (10 kilometers) and were spreading east across the Pacific Ocean, vulcanologist Sergei Senyukov told Rossiya 24 television. Streams of lava flowed down the slopes of Shiveluch.

    • Margaret, WOW, look at this!

      Thursday, October 28, 2010

      WW4 File: Russian Strategic Missile Forces, subs test-launch Topol ICBMs, Sineva SLBMs, target Kamchatka; troubled Bulava slated for Friday launch
      The Soviet strategists, even as they hold out the promise of cooperation with NATO, continue to prepare for war with the West in the latest round of test launches of ICBMs and SLBMs. Red China’s state media reports that the Russian Armed Forces launched three strategic missiles on Thursday, one from the northern Plesetsk Cosmodrome in northwest Russia and two from submarines in the submerged position.

      The Russian Strategic Missile Forces launched a Topol-M ICBM at 01:59 p.m. Moscow time (0759 GMT). The RS-12M’s warhead successfully hit a target in the Kamchatka Peninsula, in Far East Russia, 20 minutes later. The test launch confirmed the missile’s performance after extending its service life. The Topol-M has a range of about 11,000 kilometers and can reportedly penetrate any current and future US missile shield defense.

      More here:

      In His Precious Name,

    • More to this than meets the eye too? Christine has even more good links & comments!

      There is a connection between Roman Catholic and Islam

      Catholics believe that Fatima will bring the Catholics and Moslems together in peace.

      Even some in the Catholic church believes there is coming a pope of apostacy!

      Could Catholicism and Islam be the two horns of revelation? Could Islam ride to power on the back of Catholicism through the now interfaith services and world church services being held! Then once it is in power, it could turn and devour her! Something to think about.

    • Good to see you keeping things in perspective Late Night. Thank You for pointing this out.
      A tangible truth many are unaware of. This is scriptural and in line with the strong delusion which will bring the entire world into the worship of the beast and his image.
      I strongly believe that sooner or later there shall be more Marian apparitions to back this, (that the Popes Way for peace is the only surety of man’s survival)

      John b

    • This is the strangest thing to me… I looked at Sandie’s link and it reminded me of the three inter-faith meetings first started up by Cardinal Joseph Bernadine in Chicago…went there and found something called the ‘Parliament of World Religions’. Apparently this group meets every five years and was first instituted in 1893? I’ve never heard of this before. Has anyone else?

      This is an excerpt from their meeting in 2009:

      By Abdul Hai Patel

      The year 2009 will be remembered for number of international gatherings and conferences. A year, when G8 summit is changed to G20 summit, an Environment conference in Copenhagen and host of other political, social and religious conferences. But in my opinion, the most significant gathering of the year 2009 took place in Melbourne, Australia from December 3rd to December 8th, 2009.

      This southern most city of Australia played host to some 6,000 people from around the World, representing almost every faith, for what I observed was the largest Multi-faith gathering of this decade. Speakers, participants and volunteers, all came at their own expense.

      This was the Conference of Parliament of World Religions, held every five years. It is an idea that originated in 1893 in Chicago, espousing the message of uniting all faiths on one platform to share and promote understanding and respect for all religions of the World.

      Read more:

      In His Precious Name,


      This is interesting,…haven’t checked out all the links and other articles,but it’s something to look into.

      From Mary’s post:
      “…respect for all religions of the World….” We know that doesn’t include anything as “devisive” as saying “Jesus is the ONLY way”! The Pope declared before that fundamentalist Christians are “extremists,full of hate”.

      Anytime you see the United Religions Initiative,World Council of Churches,Parliament of World Religions,etc,..warning bells need to go off!

      It’s all coming together,beyond a doubt! Praise God for those with eyes to see!

      Like the Good Book says,”Come out of her,my people!”

      “Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Christ.” (Col.2:8)

      …”The Protestants claim to stand upon the written word only. They profess to hold the Scripture alone as the standard of faith. They justify their revolt by the plea that the Church has apostatized from the written word and follows tradition. Now the Protestants’ claim that they stand upon the written word only, is not true. Their profession of holding the Scripture alone as the standard of faith, is false. Proof: The written word explicitly enjoins the observance of the seventh day as the Sabbath. They do not observe the seventh day, but reject it. If they do truly hold the Scripture alone as their standard, they would be observing the seventh day as is enjoined in the Scripture throughout. Yet they not only reject the observance of the Sabbath enjoined in the written word, but they have adopted and do practice the observance of Sunday, for which they have only the tradition of the Church. Consequently the claim of ‘Scripture alone as the standard’ fails; and the doctrine of ‘Scripture and tradition’ as essential, is fully established, the Protestants themselves being judges.”

      There was no getting around this, for the Protestants’ own statement of faith – the Augsburg Confession, 1530 – had clearly admitted that the “observation of the Lord’s day” had been appointed by “the Church” only.”

    • Respect for all religions yes but there is only one way to heaven through christ John 14:6. “No one shall get to the father except through me.” It doesnt get any clearer than that. There is no debate.

      I agree Sandie any time you see United Religions Initiative, World Council of Churches, Parliament of World Religions, etc Rick Warren I’m afraid may be a part of it. I cant definitively state this for sure but he invites wierd speakers to his church and he has wierd staff members who believe all kinds of wierd things outside of scripture.

      Lets just all agree that we think the Pope is leading christians in wrong direction through his wierd theology and his wrong interpretation of scripture.
      If anyone is trying to pull the faiths together into a interfaith religion its Rome and Tony Blair. The vatican is doing all it can to take over Jerusalem with their wierd declarations at the church of the sepulchre?

    • Richard,I never heard of the church related to “sepluchres”. I even had to look up the word to see what it meant! I thought it would have something to do with this…

      “This Bent Crucifix is “… a sinister symbol, used by Satanists in the sixth century, that had been revived at the time of Vatican Two. This was a bent or broken cross, on which was displayed a repulsive and distorted figure of Christ, which the black magicians and sorcerers of the Middle Ages had made use of to represent the Biblical term ‘Mark of the Beast’. Yet, not only Paul VI, but his successors, the two John-Pauls, carried that object and held it up to be revered by crowds, who had not the slightest idea that it stood for anti-Christ.”

      A Catholic friend brought me back a miniature version of this same cross as a gift.Even though it was put away in a box,I went and got it and threw it in the trash!

    • Sandie, yes. It was’t quite like that when I was there at 15 years-old. Mind, I wasn’t a Born-Again Christian then. I wasn’t anything. However, is this possibly where the temple is going or already be built. On the ‘alleged’ spot where Christ Jesus was crucified? Will the AC rise here?

      In His Precious Name,

    • Additionally,…

      “Although the identification of the Aedicule as the site of Jesus’ tomb is not a tenet of faith for any major Christian denomination, many Catholic and Orthodox Christians hold fast to this traditional location.”

      “The Bible describes Jesus’ tomb as being outside the city wall.”

    • Sandie, yes, I agree with you.

      What better place for the A/C to rise than the place where Christ Jesus was crucified?

      I don’t know. Just saying………

      In His Precious Name,

    • This is the description

      The Church of the Holy Sepulchre,[1] called Church of the Resurrection (Anastasis) by Eastern Christians, is a large Christian church within the Old City of Jerusalem. The ground the church rests on is venerated by many Christians as Golgotha,[2] the Hill of Calvary[3] where the New Testament records that Jesus Christ was crucified. It also contains the place where Jesus was buried (the sepulchre). The church has been an important pilgrimage destination since the 4th century, and the portions of it administered by the Orthodox are in the care of the Church of Jerusalem. The Church commemorates the founding of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre on September 13.

    • A lot of the articles I read comes from a website called “New That Matters”

      What dose Islam and the Papal religion have in common? More than you probably are aware of.

      The present Pope sits in the Papal throne in Rome.

      They both see the Holy Land as occupied by Zionists. Non of them have Jerusalem as the present center of their religion. And they both need to shift their throne of authority to Jerusalem to overcome the Jews.

      Islam lack a throne. Muslims basically bows down to worship in front of an empty throne. The Pope has a throne. And the Catholics visiting the Vatican either bow down to kiss the ring of the Fisherman, or fall down on their face and worship him.

      Ayathollah Khomeini bows down and worship the empty throne in Mecca

      Islam has no central leader who can reunite them. Since that Pope already has accepted that Islam is a part of God`s plan to save mankind, Islam will be able to accept the Pope, as the Prince of Peace. Shiite and Sunni Muslims will for the first time stand united and gathered in front of the new universal Papal throne in the Dome of The Rock in Jerusalem.

      But the Papal throne must face southwards inside the Dome of the Rock. Towards Mecca. Otherwise, the Muslims will not bow down towards the throne.

      What is the Papal throne?

      Papal priests worshiping the Pontiff in the Papal throne in Rome

      The Papal throne is nothing new to the Roman Church. It was last seen in 1978 with Papa Luciani. Now it back again used by the present Pontiff. Pope John Paul opted not to use a throne and so it sat in storage and then in the Lateran Palace museum until last December of 2006 when it was brought back into papal use. In the Catholic religion the Pope is infallible when he sits on his Papal throne or chair in questions about moral and true understanding of the scripture.

      How will the Papal throne be moved from Rome to Jerusalem?

      What do you think the Vatican and Islam are talking about when they met for interfaith dialogue?

      They have already agreed on the most important issues:
      1. The Holy land is occupied by Zionists and need to be liberated.
      2. Both Roman Catholicism and Islam is included in Gods plan of saving mankind, since both represent the children of God of Abraham.
      3. All religions expresses some truths about God, and needs to be included to make an fulfilled picture of the creator.
      4. Jesus is the son of Mary.
      5. World peace will first flow out from Jerusalem when the three present main religions are able to live in peace, and come together as one voice and offer God interfaith prayers.

      How can Muslim pray in any other direction than Mecca?

      Thats a good question. Let me first say that there are still certain issues the two main religions have not entered into agreement about. Thats why they keep on their dialogue .

      But the challenges linked to your question has been solved. In 2006, the Pope entered into the Blue Mosque in Istanbul. There he joined his Muslim brethren in prayer. Some Catholics say the Pontiff only mediated, but thats beside my point. The head of the Vatican religion prayed or meditated in the direction of Mecca, with Muslims who prayed in the name of Allah.

      Inside the Blue Mosque. The Pontiff prayed or meditated with Muslms who prayed to Allah in the direction of Mecca.

      When the Papal throne is moved to Jerusalem, the Muslim will pray in the direction of both the Papal throne and Mecca. Than there should be no longer any problems for Muslims and Catholics to pray together.

      And where will they pray together?

      The Roman god Jupiters temple in Jerusalem, the Dome of the Rock

      The Roman god Jupiters temple in Rome, the St. Peters Basilica

      Inside the Dome of the Rock. Waiting for the final renovation, and the Papal throne

      And where will they pray together?

      Do you think The Pope in May entered the Temple Mount to go for a stroll to the watch the beautiful view? It was both a display of new Catholic-Muslim unity, and a chance to debate the last practical solutions before a final agreement can be reached.

      A nice view, and some time to look at the final details of disagrements

      Questions like this still has to be answered and agreed up on:

      How do we best move to renovate the Dome of The Rock without upsetting the Government of Israel?

      Where are the Mullas and were are the Cardinals going to stand during the prayer service?

      What shall be the level of the Papal throne? Shall it stand on the floor, or should it be elevated?

      And in which name will they pray together?

      They will probably officially pray to Allah in the name of «Jesus son of Mary». For the sake of World peace, both sides will be willing to compromise. In their view there is only one God, and how you pronounce his name is not so important. In specially now, when peace and universal brotherhood is at stake. Even the Iranian President Ahmadinejad believe in the return of Jesus. He will return and tell Christians and Jews to tell them to turn towards Allah.

      Muslims will pray towards Allah in Mecca, in the name of Jesus son of Mary. For the sake of unity and World peace

      How will they agree to make the Pope the new leader of the new Universal religion of all faiths lead to the same God?

      Thats the easiest question to answer. Just like in the day of Elijah. He will call down fire from Heaven

      Revelation: 13:13

      «And he performed great and miraculous signs, even causing fire to come down from heaven to earth in full view of men».

      Even Muslims understands who is the boss when fire comes down from Heaven. Than its all game, set and match. The final antichrist has no come to Jerusalem to enter into God`s temple.

      The next Pope might be this powerful fellow, in whose footsteps will follow miracles and signs. People who can call down fire from Heaven, will exalt them self and the followers of signs and wonders will exalt him.

      2 Thessalonians 2:4

      «He will oppose and will exalt himself over everything that is called God or is worshiped, so that he sets himself up in God’s temple, proclaiming himself to be God».

      How do we know that you are not a false prophet?

      Only God knows. Time will tell. My job was to give you some in-sight, so you will not so easily start to walk into deception.

    • Oh my. This is not good at all. Everyone wants unity and peace, who doesn’t. But this drive to converge world religions is the spirit of Antichrist, for sure. This is really happening!!

      Keep an eye on the pope and Arinze.

    • According to this article at

      The Old City of Jerusalem and its Walls”,being a World Heritage site,has officially been owned by the U.N. for years.

      It goes on to say,”Therefore, the “negotiations’ now occurring in Washington between American, Israeli, Palestinian and Egyptian leaders is a sham, for all agreements have already been cemented. The “success” or the “failure” of this current effort is also predetermined. However, these leaders should quake in their boots, for they are bringing condemnation upon themselves, as God warned that He will judge anyone who tries to divide His land!”

      Mary,if I’m a little “touchy” about all things “Rome,it’s because anything I relate to the antichrist makes me revolt!

      And Praise God for you being Born-Again!

    • Sandie, interestingly enough I was in Rome during the same trip we took to the Holy Land. I’ve been to all of these sites. I cried at the walls to the garden of Gethsemene (sp?) and I didn’t even know Jesus then…

      Yes, Praise the LORD He called me out of the enemies camp and I am privileged (if I’m allowed to use that word?) to be BORN AGAIN!

      In His Precious Name,

    • Praise God we heard His voice when He called to us! He must have been calling to you back then!

      I was born-again at 16.(I’m 46 now) I’d left home at 14 and my life was a mess. I couldn’t understand the purpose for anything I saw happening around me. Having no family stability,no father figure,no idea what life was for,…when I met someone who led me to the Lord,I realized that I was a child of God,He is my Father,He does have a plan for our lives,and that was how it started.

      After my divorce in ’92,I went into a downward spiral,became an alcoholic and felt I no longer deserved the blessings I had known previously. Looking back,I know I had opened myself up to the enemy and he quickly took over.

      To make a long story short,I did quit drinking in ’98,grateful to God for what could only have been a miracle,but I was still considered “luke warm” in Christ,by Biblical standards.

      Then,two years ago,I had a rebirth like nothing I have ever known,and it changed everything. I want nothing more now than to stay on that narrow path and never settle for anything less.

      “For unto you it is given in the behalf of Christ, not only to believe on him, but also to suffer for his sake.” Phil 1:29

      Some versions say “you have been given the privalege to believe”…I concur! But “BLESSED” is even better!

    • Sandie, seems that many Born-Again Christians have to be completely broken before wising up to the Truth. I’m not saying all Christians…some have the privilege to be born into good, strong, Christian families. How cool is that to have been able to walk with the LORD their whole lives?

      I’ve lived through what you’ve been through and more. We can compare lists! Ha, ha.

      “I had it harder than you did.”
      ‘No, you didn’t.’
      “Yes, I did………”


      When I wrote that I didn’t know Jesus then, please know that of course I knew His name as I grew up down the street from the United Church of Canada. I soooooo wanted one of those Easter bonnets and to wear those pretty white gloves the girls wore. Now I know a little bit differently. You don’t need to wear a hat and gloves to be Born-Again. 🙂 Anyway, those girls knew Jesus and I was so ‘awful and bad and dirty’, that I just knew I didn’t belong or was ‘good enough’ for Him. WRONG.

      This is so funny. We get to this point in our testimonies on the BLOG here and I can feel Him saying, “Mary get back to writing your testimony! Not chatting with Sandie about writing it!” Too funny He is sometimes.

      Blessings, sister. Thank you for the writing fellowship and the smiles. God bless you.

      In His Precious Name,

    • 1 Corinthians 1:26-31

      ” Brothers, think of what you were when you were called. Not many of you were
      wise by human standards; not many were influential; not many were of noble birth. But God chose the foolish things of the world to shame the wise; God chose the weak
      things of the world to shame the strong. He chose the lowly things of this world and
      the despised things–and the things that are not–to nullify the things that are, so that
      no one may boast before him. It is because of him that you are in Christ Jesus, who
      has become for us wisdom from God–that is, our righteousness, holiness and
      redemption. Therefore, as it is written: “Let him who boasts boast in the Lord.”


      This says alot!

    • That was a great testimony Sandie Thank You for sharing! Amen for your rebirth. Its just amazing what God can do in any situation when we just turn to him.

      God Bless Richard

  6. Good show last night, Dr. M and Minister Fortson. Specially liked the smoking buns and rebellious mic mute; I’m weird and admit it freely. Anyhoo, good show, gentlemen.

  7. hey look!…someone left a “Precious Moments” bible on my desk opened up to Psalm 109…whew!
    ok, i confess, it was my granddaughter, she is four…out of the mouths of babes!

    God Reigns!

    • “Precious Moments” bible- How cute!

      Psalm 109

      For the director of music. Of David. A psalm.

      God, whom I praise,do not remain silent, for wicked and deceitful men have opened their mouths against me;they have spoken against me with lying tongues.

      With words of hatred they surround me;they attack me without cause.

      In return for my friendship they accuse me,but I am a man of prayer.

      They repay me evil for good,and hatred for my friendship.

      Appoint an evil man to oppose him;let an accuser stand at his right hand.

      When he is tried, let him be found guilty,and may his prayers condemn him.

      May his days be few;may another take his place of leadership.

      May his children be fatherless and his wife a widow.

      May his children be wandering beggars; may they be drivend from their ruined homes.

      May a creditor seize all he has;may strangers plunder the fruits of his labor.

      May no one extend kindness to him or take pity on his fatherless children.

      May his descendants be cut off,their names blotted out from the next generation.

      May the iniquity of his fathers be remembered before the Lord;may the sin of his mother never be blotted out.

      May their sins always remain before the Lord,
      that he may cut off the memory of them from the earth.

      For he never thought of doing a kindness,
      but hounded to death the poor and the needy and the brokenhearted.

      He loved to pronounce a curse—may it come on him;
      he found no pleasure in blessing—may it be far from him.

      He wore cursing as his garment;it entered into his body like water,into his bones like oil.

      May it be like a cloak wrapped about him,like a belt tied forever around him.

      May this be the Lord’s payment to my accusers,
      to those who speak evil of me.

      But you, O Sovereign Lord,deal well with me for your name’s sake;out of the goodness of your love, deliver me.

      For I am poor and needy,and my heart is wounded within me.

      I fade away like an evening shadow;I am shaken off like a locust.

      My knees give way from fasting;my body is thin and gaunt.

      I am an object of scorn to my accusers;
      when they see me, they shake their heads.

      Help me, O Lord my God;save me in accordance with your love.

      Let them know that it is your hand,that you, O Lord, have done it.

      They may curse, but you will bless;when they attack they will be put to shame,but your servant will rejoice.

      My accusers will be clothed with disgrace
      and wrapped in shame as in a cloak.

      With my mouth I will greatly extol the Lord;in the great throng I will praise him.

      For he stands at the right hand of the needy one,
      to save his life from those who condemn him.

      (Hey-this is a good one! “May his days be few; may another take his place of leadership.”)

    • Is Rick Warren included? I hope no one here is part of that whole “40 Days of Purpose Driven…???”

      My favorite lecture on this subject is called “Strange Fire” by Walter Veith.

      “Strange Fire deals with the miraculous manifestations found in modern Christian worship. The origin and methods of mega churches and their needs-related religion are discussed and exposed for what they are. What is the source of their inspiration? From which cistern are they drawing their water? And where are the mega preachers, such as Schuller, Hybels, Warren, Copeland, Hinn, etc. going with their philosophies? In this video we learn that in modern theology there has been a shift from God-centered religion to man-centered religion, from salvation by faith and trust in the atonement, to a social gospel.”

    • There are a lot of good mega churches though Dr David Jeremiah, Raul Ries, Chuck Smith, John McArthur etc..

    • That is true you cannot call yourself a christian organization for ministry and allow for multiple False teachings to go unchecked Would the Apostles of the lord have tolerated such heretical things as shown on TBN ?
      NO they would not! “A little leaven corrupts the whole lot if not purged” It is best to show a little truth in the purity of apostolic faith than a Babylonynian mix bag of seductive doctrines.

      Every person, organization,church who takes the position as representative of god’s word better ensure that what they proclaim be the Truth. The end days we are told will be rampant with False prophets & teachers having gone the way of Baal & Cain. that is to say (Offering the works of their own hands and not that of the Spirit)

      John b

    • Richard,I would trust very little that comes from the Blasphemy Network (TBN).

      Seriously,without going into detail,Google “TBN Blasphemy” and look at some of the articles.

      I can’t say much about the names you mentioned,except that I looked at their association with TBN and that was enough for me! (They all probably teach pre-trib rapture and that the antichrist is someone other than the Pope,too. Right?)

      Of course this “ministry” is huge and I probably offend many when I criticize them,but they are bad news.

      “…what fellowship can light have with darkness?…”

    • What is blasphemous about TBN? Why are they bad news? Alot of times Sandie you have excellent points but then there are times such as above when you give a comment without backing it up. I would love to understand where your points of thought come from specifically. As LA says Vet them. Tell us. Maybe your right I dont know. I would love to have you comment and then specifically say here is why.

    • Richard,I can’t make up your mind for you. I am telling you what I think,and offer references for you to look into. Did you look up anything,or are you just assuming I’m “crazy” again?

      If you don’t see what I see,I can’t make you see it.

    • Sandie, I am not personally familiar with Raul Ries, but I am very familiar with Dr David Jeremiah, Chuck Smith and John McArthur to name a few. These men are sound and solid in their faith and doctrine. I have grown greatly in Christ since I surrendered my life to Him in 1983. These men have been very influential in my walk with the Lord with their Biblical preaching.

      Let me ask you this Sandie if I may; if TBN invited you on to give your testimony would you say, “No” because of the other blasphemy that has taken place on that network? Or would you say, “Yes” because of the opportunity God is giving you to share what He has done in your life with literally millions all over the world, knowing in faith what God says in Isaiah 55 is being put into use through you?

      Remember, once you have gone on there, someone could Google your name and automatically throw you in the laundry basket because of a few dirty clothes even though you see yourself as clean.

      For now I will only ask those couple of questions because I don’t believe it fair or right to barrage a person with questions when they should be parsed one at a time, especially when one is throwing so many eggs into one basket.

      Don’t get me wrong, I am no fan of TBN, Paul and Jan Crouch and the many false prophets they parade across their stage, but that doesn’t mean God can’t and won’t use His chosen ones to carry out His will to reach those who are truly seeking Him on that same stage as He sovereignly appoints.

      In Christ,

      Jeff D

    • Maybe it would help,if you want to understand where I am coming from,watch the “Strange Fire” video I linked to(in the last blog about the Koundalini spirits),by Walter Veith. His video on Secret Societies is excellent,too.(His whole “Total Onslaught” series,in fact!)

      He can say it far better than I can.

      All I can do is lead you to the water,I can’t force you to drink.

      And I don’t blame you if you can’t see certain things. I had to have them pointed out to me,too,and I thank God for the wonderful teachers He has sent our way.

    • Jeff,

      No,I wouldn’t go on TBN for any reason,because I would not want to be associated with them by anyone.

      By the way,when I say something,I mean what I say.

      I said “I would trust very little” about what one sees on TBN. It doesn’t mean every last thing is wrong. It’s probably okay if one is very strongly rooted in Biblical truth and can spot a lie easily,but for those especially who could be fooled and not know it,it could be dangerous.

      By the way,if they preach Pre Trib rapture,I don’t call that “sound doctrine”. Now,I’m not saying that to start another debate,unless someone wants to,but I’m not the only one who is suspicious of that whole outlook. That makes me suspicious of evangelists who are leading others to believe that,naturally.

    • Sandie, I ask you again; would you pass on the opportunity that God had given you to go on TBN and share to literally millions the salvation He has brought to your life and the testimony you now have, knowing as I said that Isaiah 55 would be in use through you?

      In Christ,


    • I apologize, I didn’t know you had answered as I thought your previous entry was your answer.

      OK then, you have answered my question and that does answer much.

      Thank you for your courtesy.

      In Christ,

      Jeff D

    • I agree with Jeff they should not be quilty by association.

      I just wish when you throw your accusations around you could back them up with credible sources. I sometimes wonder if you have other peoples feelings in mind? People are willing to listen and learn from you as long as you lead with credibility.

      PS I would give my testimony anywhere I know Jesus would. Since when did “The Great Commission start having boundaries?”

    • Jeff,

      This may clear up my position even better:

      “And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove [them].” Ephesians 5:11 (another version says,instead of “reprove”,”expose” them.)

    • Richard,

      I’d rather give my testimony in a whorehouse or a saloon before I’d mix in with those that I feel are blaspheming the word of God.

      Now,there’s no way for you to have watched the videos I recommended,which would show you exactly why I think the way I do,with credible sources and all. I’m not that good of a teacher,but Dr. Veith is.

      If God leads you to watch them,great. If not,you just won’t understand where I’m coming from,and you will go on thinking I’m just being insensitive to people’s “feelings”. I care more about leading people to truth than making them feel good.

    • Sandie I would point you to the following scripture.

      Luke 5:29-31

      29 Then Levi held a great banquet for Jesus at his house, and a large crowd of tax collectors and others were eating with them.

      30 But the Pharisees and the teachers of the law who belonged to their sect complained to his disciples, Why do you eat and drink with tax collectors and ‘sinners’?

      31 Jesus answered them, It is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick.

    • The question was,would I go on TBN.

      Like I said,I’d rather be among the lowest of the low than hang out with those distorting the word of God for profit.

    • Sandie, the question was, “if TBN invited you on to give your testimony would you say, “No” because of the other blasphemy that has taken place on that network? Or would you say, “Yes” because of the opportunity God is giving you to share what He has done in your life with literally millions all over the world, knowing in faith what God says in Isaiah 55 is being put into use through you?”

      It’s not about you being on TBN. It’s about you being willing to except an invite by TBN to share what God has done in your life to millions of viewers around the world as God has opened a door for you to be a witness for Him per Isaiah 55. That is the issue I was bringing up. As Richard asked, “When did The Great Commission start having boundaries?”

      Thank you for your patience.

      In Christ,

      Jeff D

    • First of all,it will never happen,so let’s get real!

      What if I did go on a show like that,with that reputation,and the more it was found to not be credible,wouldn’t that limit my testimony from being effective? I would feel it was tainted.

      “Guilty by association” is no small thing!

      I just could not bring myself to be with that crowd. Case closed! (Ephesians 5:11 is where I stand.)

      Isn’t it better that we focus on bringing the light we do have to the dark places we can reach right now? I don’t know about you,but aside from witnessing to all the people in my immediate surroundings,I also am regularly on an alternative site just full of atheists and new agers,and there are a few of us there who preach the word faithfully amid the darkness.

      God has me on this little “streetcorner” right now,from the internet to reaching out to family,friends,and neighbors,and that is daunting enough,yet my spirit is constantly renewed with the urgency of the timed we are in.

      The first thing I would do if I was on such a platform would be to say,”Stop with the Sunday Sabbath!” That’d go over real good,wouldn’t it? Trust me,they would not want me on their show in the first place!

      Then I’d go on to say why I believe the PreTrib rapture is unbiblical,and that the Pope is the antichrist!

      But in any case,I don’t mind you asking.

      I take it you would have no qualms whatsoever?

    • Sandie, you would be putting words in my mouth to say, I “Would have no qualms whatsoever”. I am fully aware of the wolves in sheep’s clothing at TBN. However, that has never been my point. My point is if God called you (or me for that matter) to go to TBN and share what He has done in my life, I wouldn’t hesitate.

      Why? Because I have already prayed about it. I personally believe it is Biblically wrong to say “No” to anyone who asks you to share your testimony. As I stated in the initial question, you will be giving the Word of God to MILLIONS of people around the world. Again the point being, this is NOT about TBN itself. This is about YOU or ME being willing to go where people blaspheme the Gospel, spit on it, deny it or do whatever they want with it and stand on the testimony of the saving Grace of Jesus Christ alone.

      At TBN, MILLIONS would be exposed world wide to what God gives you to say regarding how He brought you to salvation through His Son as you shared in your beautiful testimony above. TBN would be a conduit for YOU or ME or anyone and everyone that God has called there…in the company of false prophets and all those who reside there as Satan’s emissaries. What better place than to share what God has done in your life?

      For almost 15 years now, I have been fighting the Good Fight in very dark places on the internet. Forums that are specifically set up to counter Christianity. Forums that are run by Satanists of all stripes along with vitriolic atheists, agnostics, Wiccans ( Witches ), homosexuals, perverts, et al. You have to understand that before the internet I was one of those guys that you might see passing out tracts to people. I would go into places where some would say, “Angels fear to tread” to place tracts where I had faith that God would allow just the right person to find it.

      I cannot and will not indict you for your convictions because they are yours. Besides, that is not my intention. However, I DO stand on Isaiah 55 and so do you which is why, like me, you go to the dark places because you know when you share God’s Word, it WILL NOT return to Him without achieving the purpose for which he sent it.

      It doesn’t matter to me what you might bring up outside your testimony if you went on TBN. That is between you and God. I am not talking about side issues, I am talking solely about you giving your testimony through the conduit of TBN if God opened that door for you so that literally millions would be exposed to His saving power as testified personally by you.

      You keep bringing up personal issues that are dear to your heart and that you are strongly convicted about. That is fine. Just know that these are issues we as the Body of Christ will always disagree on but they should NEVER be issues that would cause DIVISION in the Body of Christ. Disagreement? Fine. Division? Absolutely not. Ever. Why? Because these issues are not fundamental or essential to the Christian faith and message as it pertains to salvation. We can disagree all we want as long as we do so in the love of Christ. I just keep getting the sense from you that you are trying to divide. This is where we must take particular caution in how we speak.

      Please forgive me if I am taking all your statements and reading to much into them. I have to say though Sandie, that your tone when you speak of these issues, to me at least, comes across at times as divisive. I know you are strongly convicted of them, as am I, but we MUST remember the thousands that weekly visit and peruse the pages of this BLOG. We have to keep in mind what is known as Paul’s, “Principal of the Weaker Brother” from Romans 14. There are so many new Christians here on this BLOG, some of who regularly give input and only God knows how many seeking Truth but never posting. We must be mindful of them as they read our words and interpret out emotions as we do not want any to stumble. Speak passionately yes, but speak as though it is our way or the high way? No. We are only causing confusion in the Body and we both know that God is not the author of confusion. This is not even mentioning all the lost who come here seeking answers only to find Christian infighting.

      Sandie, I know how passionate you are as does everyone who reads your posts. I appreciate your passion. I love you as a sister in Christ. I am so thankful that God reached out and drew you to Himself that you might know our Lord and Savior and find eternal life through Him. I have no ill will toward you. Please know that.

      You have made it clear why you will not go on TBN…regardless of the millions that would never hear your personal and beautiful testimony. I understand your reasoning and your passion. Let us just agree to disagree as co-workers in the Kingdom on this.

      Respectfully in Christ,

      Jeff D

    • First of all,I wasn’t putting words in your mouth by asking,as indicated by the question mark,whether you had qualms with it. Obviously you see things differently. If you’re ever asked to participate in such a venture,I imagine you will go and the Lord will do with it what He will.

      I never disagreed with God’s word not coming back void. For me,I wouldn’t want my testimony lumped in with a bunch of people doing what I said,twisting God’s word for profit,that’s all. I would rather stand out apart from them,or should I just “go along to get along”? No,God’s truth is “divisive”.

      I don’t believe we should worship “according to tradition” instead of the word of God,and I always list my reasons for the way I feel the way I do,because the Pope and Protestant leaders have all acknowledged there is no Biblical basis for it!(Sunday worship) That’s not just being legalistic,as some would say,that is called “loving God and keeping His commandments”. (No one would say “Thou shalt not murder is too “legalistic”.)

      And I never implied that we are saved by anything other than the grace of God,through faith in Jesus Christ and His atonement. We are all in agreement on that.

      I strongly back up every one of my reasons for believing the way I do. If I see what I believe is error,I want to expose it and deal with it. The sole basis for my beliefs is to go by what the Bible says,and the Bible alone,not just what “feels” right or what some TBN preacher is feeding the multitudes.

      There’s no time to be all wishy-washy on things. If what I say only furthers people to question what they believe and come away stronger than ever in their convictions,then that is something in itself. At least they have seen other sides of things and can say beyond a doubt “I don’t believe that way”. Do you see my point?

      There is no threat to anyone by merely having their ideas challenged from time to time,is there? When that happens to me,I am only more resolved in what I believe, but have no problem with coming to the point of respectful disagreement. God will sort us all out in the end.

      So we disagree about whether or not to go on TBN! We both have valid reasons for why that is,and that is fine. Just because we disagree does not mean that I don’t respect you as a child of God. You are where you are at for a reason,and it is not my place to judge where another is at. It never has been.

      I hope people reading this have the sense to see what’s going on and not run away because someone disagrees with someone else! Like all things,I pray everyone seeks discernment from God as to what is the truth,and go from there. That’s what I do. Don’t we all?

      So,if you were my friend,in real life,and you were on your way out to church on Sunday morning,I might shake my head in disapproval,but would be happy to fix you a meal when you got done,and we could talk about all that God is doing in the world,etc…It wouldn’t change the way I feel about you as a person.

      When I have point-blank questioned the beliefs of some of the more luke-warm Christians I have known,those with mixed beliefs,say,about homosexuality or reincarnation,or about everyone going to heaven,I always wind up in their eyes as “the bad guy”,but just because I hurt their feelings does not mean that I don’t care for them. Just the opposite,in fact!

      So,there’s a time and a place for everything!

      On that note,I have to go now,but it’s nice talking to you.

      In Christ,

    • Sandie, I cannot believe the silliness going on here. If God hasn’t called you to Testify at ANY place, you do not have to go. He’s not going to put you somewhere that will not serve HIS purpose for you or anyone else. Please do not allow any brother or sister to bully you into going somewhere God has not put you. Otherwise it is simply the flesh barrelling in like a bull in a china shop. What on earth good can come from that? I’m not going to say any more about this. I am simply aghast at this diaogue…

      My 2 and half cents. God bless all of you. Hopefully, I’ll see you in the air someday. My goodness…

    • Sandie, thank you for your response.

      Mary, methinks you have wildly misconstrued what has been said. NO one has “bullied” Sandie into anything nor have they tried. Nor did anyone imply that Sandy should testify ANY place that God has not called her to. I am sorry, but I think you are completely confused. It might do you good to re-read whatever it was that steered you off course so you may hopefully get your bearings straight.

      Looking forward to seeing you both in the air…someday.

      In Christ,

      Jeff D

  8. Unfortunately for mankind, the related September 2010 US National Intelligence Council and EU Institute for Security Studies Report, the May 2010 Rockefeller Foundation Scenarios for the Future of Technology and International Development report, and similar private and published US Government Security Scenarios envision this technological and cultural shift as not only forecasting a future dominated by a new species of unrecognizably superior humans, but ultimately an unfathomable war—both physical and spiritual—that the world is not prepared for. It will be fought on land, within the air and sea, and in dimensions as yet incomprehensible. Even so, these synthetic forces, which overshadow man’s wholesale annihilation, are quietly under design in leading laboratories, public and private, funded by the most advanced nations on earth, including the official governments of the United States, France, Britain, Australia, and China. As a result of progressive deduction, reasoning, and problem solving in fields of neurotechnology and cybernetics, strong artificial intelligence or “artilects” will emerge from this research, godlike, massively intelligent machines that are “trillions of trillions of times smarter than humans” and whose rise could prove profoundly disruptive to human culture, leading to a stark division between philosophical, ideological, and political groups who either plan to integrate with the newly evolved life forms as the next step in human and technological evolution or who view this as an incalculable risk and deadly threat to the future of humanity. These diametrically opposed worldviews will ultimately result in a preemptive new world war—what is described by scientists involved in the research as gigadeath—the bloodiest battle in history with billions of deaths before the end of the twenty-first century.

    Excerpt from:

    In His Precious Name,

  9. Here is the latest from my friend:

    “Our ministry friend in Indonesia, dealing with the tsunami tragedy: UPDATE NEWS FROM MENTAWAI: 394 DIED, 313 MISSING, 267 BADLY INJURED. 438 HOUSES AND CHURCHES BADLY DAMAGED AND MORE THAN 23.000 REFUGEES. PLEASE PRAY FOR THEM.”

    Again, thanking you in advance for your prayers.

    In Christ,

    Jeff D

  10. LA

    Since you will now be posting the mp3 file of the show here on the blog, will you be releasing the past shows (since August) either on the iTunes RSS feed or here on the site? Just want to know where I can go to get all of the shows that I have not been able to listen to live.

    Other than that, you have a great show, I really enjoy listening to you and have learned a lot from you and the guests. Keep up the FANTASTIC work. God bless you!!!

  11. If you are in the office of preacher as your title so states, you must be above reproach. If you are having sex outside the bonds of marriage and she is pregnant you have gone away from the morals of the christian faith. Aren’t you supposed to step down for a time until you are once again able to hold said office? We as christians are to judge those within the church, not those who are not. And we are told not to have fellowship with them, to put them out. 1 Cor 5

    I don’t know the whole situation-if you have stepped down and taken time away to be reconciled to God, if that’s the case then we can all move on. Is there repentance and a change? Or are you trying to justify your position by saying the word fornication has been watered down and it means something else? This isn’t a ‘witch hunt’, I think we’re all trying to not lead anyone down the primrose path, so to speak.

  12. It is foolhardy to post blogs where you waiver back and forth on pre-marital sex, marriage, etc. Many young, influential Christians read these blogs. How is that different from Joel Osteen?

    I try to write a lot on Facebook about focusing on the love of Jesus and the grace of God. These posts are often meant for those who are unsaved in my friend’s list. Nonetheless, a Christian always appears who writes something to the effect of “we must focus on the law.” They seem to think that falling in love with Jesus Christ is a mandate to “sin all you want.” It may be a surprise but in my own life, I sin a whole lot less when my focus is off of the law and onto Jesus.

    >>The thing that bothers me most about the whole issue is that many of the same people that point out that I had sex before marriage have also had sex before marriage.<<

    For the record, I don't drink, I don't smoke, I don't swear, I don't engage in pre-marital sex and I have never been married. You do the math. I am also not a legalist. That doesn't make me perfect and I have never defeated sin alone. I am unable to.

    But, despite the fact that I believe we must emphasize grace, it goes without needing to be said that Grace/ Jesus is the disinfectant for sin. The more we are in His presence, the more the sin nature is conquered.

    If you can't figure out what is sin or not because you do not feel a conviction, do not destroy the impressionable.

    And, yes, this is an important issue. Far more important than the economy, Richard.

    • Bruce and Chad

      I dont disagree with your comments or concerns. They are well taken. In fact I feel that it needs to be done more often. However I for one as a listener was caught off guard and embarrassed both for myself as well as for Mr Forston. I did not know that was the intention of the show. That wasnt what was posted on the website and that wasnt what I tuned in for. Again not to say that it isnt important.

      I just hate to see anyone put in an uncomfortable situation or have their feelings hurt that’s all.

      Chad I enjoy your website and I appreciate what you have done as a watchmen on the wall.

      Bruce I enjoyed reading your comments as well. I commend you “for the record.”

      Bruce although I know its an important subject that are many dire subjects in the world right now.

      Thanks God Bless Richard

    • Richard,

      Yes, it was very embarrassing. But I think we are ALL better off now that it has been brought out in the open.

      Thank you for the kind words about the HTW site.

      God bless you,


  13. >>If you can’t figure out what is sin or not because you do not feel a conviction, do not destroy the impressionable. <<

    That's not a slam either. We all lack something that only Jesus Christ can make up for… But, if I were in the same situation, I would want someone to point that out.

    God will bless your ministry, Minister Fortson. The past is the past, just focus on the things that God would want you to talk and blog about. And, if we are both honest, we both know God doesn't want people confused about pre-marital sex.

    • Hi Bruce; I agree a man’s sin is between him and God. however I agree with Mrs M That “elders are to be above reproach” as example to the flock. I also think a man is responsible for his action and the humility of confession is the place to restores ones credibility before those of compassion.

      john b

    • I don’t disagree. If it seemed so, I didn’t make my point very well. Sorry. Good to hear from ya, John B.!

  14. That is true you cannot call yourself a christian organization for ministry and allow for multiple False teachings to go unchecked Would the Apostles of the lord have tolerated such heretical things as shown on TBN ?
    NO they would not! “A little leaven corrupts the whole lot if not purged” It is best to show a little truth in the purity of apostolic faith than a Babylonynian mix bag of seductive doctrines.

    Every person, organization,church who takes the position as representative of god’s word better ensure that what they proclaim be the Truth. The end days we are told will be rampant with False prophets & teachers having gone the way of Baal & Cain. that is to say (Offering the works of their own hands and not that of the Spirit)

    John b

  15. when Peter and Paul Had a one & only Disagreement, it was resolved and not agreed to disagree. Peter was fearful to offend the Jews present. He was being a men pleaser fearing to offend man rather than to please God. Paul set Peter straight by rebuking him.

    we cannot just believe what we want. Our convictions about biblical doctrine unless sealed by the Spirit of God are empty words.
    And this is the problem with pastoral denominational authority. one can by theological study know the entire Bible without knowing it.. Get that! been there done that without knowing it.

    I knew what the particular theological thread and it’s so called truth was and it opposed another so called truth which in turn opposed another so called truth and it goes on and on and on and on Right into the Ecumenical sea of mystery Babylon.

    John b

  16. Got the Watchers DVD. Done good brother! We are eager to see part II. Have you thought of pitching a series like UFO Hunters only with a team of Christ centered members????

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