|A CHANGE OF THOUGHT ABOUT MR WOMMACK
||From: derek leslie
||03 Sep 2012 (11:27)
|I had a change of perception of thinking about Mr Andrew Wommack
I was looking at Mr Wommack on TV, and saw a testimony he showed from someone who was a down and out on the streets.And used to get into trouble.
Its was very heart touching to see it. A very nice testimony. How he changed from this to become a Christian worker. And now works on the streets helping others with food and finding the Lord. He was helped by Mr Wommack
In his Christian walk to archive all this.
Without going into to much detail, it made me think that even though I don\'t agree with a lot of his teachings, (apart from his teaching on the rapture LOL.) We should not forget the good works that he does do. So I have changed my view on him.
But I still think we should speak out about some of his most heretical teachings see link http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=W23J0aFvHoU
Not having a go at him again, but just to show what I mean.
The bottom line is he is entitled to his views, but to keep a Christian love for him, and praise the good works he does. Not to Jude him By some of his teachings, just to be careful with some of them. I believe he is a good man who believes what he teachers.
And yes my last input was not joy, glee, over discovering about his rapture teaching. But it was a surprise because of the camp he is in. I
Did not ever think that he would hold that kind of view. (The same as me. See the link in my other input.)
My wife said it sounded a bit sarcastic, I must admit I did have this in mind a little bit as well as been surprised, and will not deny this.
For that I am sorry, its good to admit when we are wrong and confess to each other.
So may the Lord bless him in helping others.
| a working servant
||From: June Ritchie
||08 Sep 2012 (11:17)
|So then it appears that Mr. Wommack is a sheep and not a goat derek.
He serves God now and he will be standing on the right hand of God on the day.
Yes that\'s something to keep in mind. It\'s called washing a person\'s feet.
Something which I have seen happen once or twice in my life with God and each time it proved a precious experience. Even more precious because it is the instruction of Christ himself. JOHN 13 V1-16; To read the whole thing is to get totally into the picture of servanthood but there are one or two things about this story;; V4-5 He riseth from supper, and laid aside his garments; and took a towel, and girded himself. After that he poureth water into a basin, and began to wash the disciples\' feet, and to wipe them with the towel wherewith he was girded.
Simon Peter objected but jesus gave him an answer to his actions. nonetheless here I put the whole of the answer together with this in John 13 V14-17;;
If I your\' Lord and Master, have washed your feet; ye also ought to wash one another\'s feet. For I have given you an example, that ye should do as i have done to you. Verily, verily, I say unto you, The servant is not greater than his lord, neither he that is sent greater than he that sent him. If you know these things happy are you if ye do them.
He took off His clothes and put on a towelled garment and used that to dry the feet of His disciples. He showed them love and respect, these men who travelled with Him yet were still far too humanly imperfect to be called saints.
It becomes plain in the whole of the chapter, that Judas was there at the feast and Christ would not have missed any of them out, or he would have needed to explain why he missed him.
The point is He didn\'t and that means we shouldn\'t either.
He took off His clothing and made himself vulnerable and he wiped their feet with the towel He wore. Love, affection, respect, compassion?
What beauty here in this. Then He put the onus upon us telling us to do the same.
No word of criticism was heard about judas throughout! he found nothing wrong with him, yet knew he would soon betray Him. And yet He was to be the judge of all the earth. When Noah slipped up and got drunk, just one son came to tell the other two about what he had seen, but the other two walked in backwards with a cloak and respectfully covered the drunken dad who lay grossly uncovered.
When Noah discovered what had happened He blessed then Shem and Japheth for their respect towards him and he cursed Ham. By removing the blessing of respect from his father, he found he had removed that same blessing from himself and it would remain. SAD! But relevant. If we heed the scriptures we fall less often. If we treat even the Judases among us like Jesus did, we keep our blessing and our respect. Just a picture to help shine a light of truth. Junexx
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