25 comments on “Defrocking Liars…Who De-Fraud God’s People

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  2. I know this is an older post, but like my blog, I will assume it will notify you when someone comments. I ran away from home when I was eleven, have not been back. I was taken in and fostered by a family full of Pentecostal preachers, I saw stuff that turned me off to religion. Later, as I studied the bible, trying to find the truth, I realized it might be based on history, but it was not factual. Written by man, not God, it was all a fairy tale to keep people afraid of death both satisfied and controlled. I turned out to be a good person, a great friend, and have a loving family. I managed this because I took responsibility for myself. I did not need to be saved or told what was right or wrong. I knew this without being told, and that it was up to me to live an upstanding life.

    • two of the greatest controlling means are faiths and money…these mass mind control methods are the most effective dictating devices known…I appreciate your journey to find your center…and that you have peace there…think of those who won’t even look for theirs…thank you for the comment…peace

  3. In order to make a change i think we should start with our children, how are we to expect change if we don’t change the next generation…its never too late! and thats why i created the blog called, “B.A.B.Y”

  4. A timely message.Society is people and we need to change.This level of greed and immorality is unsustainable.As humans we were never built to carry this load.We are drowning,God have mercy on us. Thanks for following ,much appreciated.

  5. Many churches (like 99.9%) have grown into big businesses, it is sad but true. I’m with you on this in many ways but hope springs eternal and without faith life would be sad indeed for me.

  6. Hey RD Revilo, I’m really sad that you have had such a bad experience of Minister’s in the Church. You seem to be very angry [with really good reason!]. Thanks for the article – I agree with your sentiment, even if I have had a much more fulfilling experience, and have seen and met some great people who have really walked the talk.

    • The Church is not the problem…prior to my birth, the Church did a lot of good things in my community…in fact, where Banks sit today, the Church was positioned…schools, hospitals, businesses were started in or by the Church…however, the powers that be, just like the middle-class, saw it as a means of too many of us ‘moving on up’…so the decent and loving people were run out, only to be replaced by these captivating clowns…they are the problem…not the Church…peace

  7. Wow, I agree whole heartily, My testimony attests,
    Your findings are true, there are great out there though, far in-between and true!
    I like your style, thoughts, beliefs/moral standings and opinion on the over-classed standings On what a community truly is and stands by. And the evils that churches are, simply because people see what they want to be seen and are shown… Yes my dear, there are few who are truly grown.
    take care.
    Ayaime- aka Carlie. Happy writing

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  9. It is time for discerning voices to stand up and “call out” the failing church. Thank God for eyes that are open. The world needs truth-tellers. I’m reblogging this and recommending your blog over at ServeHimInTheWaiting.com and thanks for stopping by there yesterday. Blessings!

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