Go ye forth

Deep Strength posted about a guy named Snapper’s conflict with false shepherds.

Woe be unto the pastors that destroy and scatter the sheep of my pasture! saith the LORD. —Jeremiah 23:1 (KJV)

This man is doing the Lord’s work, singlehandedly doing battle for the soul of his church. He needs help, support, and prayers. And while he is isolated, he is by no means alone–countless men are battling to take back the souls of their churches, acting as a one-man resistance, isolated and cut off from supply lines. It is not a denomination, it is the bulk of supposed Christendom in this country that needs rescuing.

Sometimes I wish that we rescuers, we exhausted one-man armies, could come together as our own church and let the others continue on their swift march towards Hades. But that is not what we are called to do.

Snapper, if you need help, email me. I will do whatever I can.

The same goes for the rest of you. That’s the reason I write. I’ll help you in whatever way I can.

But Cane Caldo is right: We need to organize to more effectively support each other. Not as an organization with a leader–as a collaboration that continues to work no matter which of us are targeted.

I’m working on providing some resources in addition to this blog. More to come on that later.

For now, look for your brother who is fighting the good fight with you. If you don’t know who he is, its probably because he attends a different denomination–but he may live 2 blocks from you. Find him. Encourage him. Allow him to encourage you. Pray for each other. Meet to smoke cigars and discuss your progress. Go with him when he goes into the lion’s den of his false shepherd’s office. Ask him to do the same for you. Win back both of your churches together.

Go forth therefore,

Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ —2 Corinthians 10:5 (KJV)

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