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Sean M. Madden
Former foolish atheist with two master's degrees in philosophy (man's ungodly ideas concerning wisdom) and classics, both Western and Eastern. Now a fully fledged fool for Christ (1 Corinthians 4:10). Praising the LORD, daily, since 2015.
Below is our just-submitted "appeal" in response to YouTube's taking down our preaching video of yesterday in Swansea, Wales.
In response to what transpired in Cardiff, Wales yesterday evening, let us remember — always — Peter and John's response to being commanded "not to speak at all nor teach in the name of Jesus" (Acts 4:18).
I implore you to gather around your computer, phone or tablet ALL of your friends and loved ones — and your fellow church members — to watch, together, the following two videos from three highly respected doctors, the first of which is a friend of mine.
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If you ever find your faith wavering — or if you are sharing the gospel with a naysayer who doesn’t believe the Bible is God’s Word — then please remember the following:
God’s holy Word makes it irrefutably clear that the Comforter is the Holy Spirit NOT the wicked false prophet Muhammad, eternal condemnation be upon him.
If you’ve not been seeking God’s face in continual prayer throughout your every day, please recommit to doing so today. He stands ever ready to hear from you, and to extend His infinite love, grace and mercy.
Within minutes of posting our latest preaching video to YouTube it was not only removed but our OnFireForGod.today channel likewise received its first “strike”. For what?
Even Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin knew, “Yes, there are two paths you can go by, but in the long run / There’s still time to change the road you’re on”. But only one will lead you to heaven.
The following two videos which highlight the lethal injection madness that we’re all being bludgeoned with, worldwide, are a must see: 1) the interview between Reinette Senum and Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, and 2) the BLCKBX.tv interview with Ilana Rachel Daniel in Jerusalem.
The corrupt Masoretic text, circa 1,000 A.D., is the basis for all Old Testament translations today. However, the Greek Septuagint, circa 250 years B.C., contains key differences that are in line with the New Testament.