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The sin of inclusion

1 Corinthians 2:14 But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.

The Bible only applies to those brethren who actually know, and follow Jesus Christ in Spirit and in Truth! The natural mind only attempts to mimic, and teach scripture about someone they do not know in spirit. This is the danger of teaching the scriptures to the wicket; and it is wall to wall today, with churches! Beware, 1 John 4 must be applied, or you are sharing the things of God with pigs, dogs, wolves, false teachers, or anti-Christs’, and other enemies of the cross!!!

I know many will not like the truths that are spoken here. I have also noticed that young stupid brethren, who share the things of God with the wicked get thousands of views worldwide on You Tube ; but it is just another side show for people to mock Christ, as they are sharing experiences, which should be left unsaid. Those of us who actually follow Christ in wisdom and in truth, know better than to blab about it to every mother’s son!

Roland T. Dell, 




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March 27, 2014 · 5:17 am

“Christian” conference, for the sake of the world….(?!)

O boy, those antichrists are way off beam….. Have a look at this.


March 16, 2014 · 5:40 am

The Builder Generation

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Thursday, March 12, 2014
Evangelizing the Church in the Age of Delusion


The “Builder” Generation: Born 1901-1925.
The “Young Builder” Generation: Born 1926-1946.

From 2003-2013 I had the marvelous privilege of shepherding a congregation with a significant number of folks in their seventies and eighties (and a couple in their nineties!). What a joy – a true privilege.

Allow me to now honor them here with a review of just some of the values that will forever serve as their legacy.

-WORK ETHIC: A sense of entitlement is virtually non-existent in the “Builder Generation.” I’ve never known a “Builder” to shy away from hard work!

-MANNERS: Show me a “Builder” and I’ll show you someone who is polite and respectful of both God and people.

HONESTY: This magnificent character trait is getting harder and harder to find. In fact, that’s what makes “Builders” so vulnerable, and such easy prey for liars. “A man’s word is his bond,” and “A hand shake is as good as a contract,” and “Let your yes be yes and your no, no” are the glory of the “Builder Generation.”

STEWARDSHIP: Most “Builders” are frugile. Show me somebody who paid off their mortgage in thirty years…and I’ll show you a “Builder.”

HUMILITY: I believe it’s a big part of the reason why the United States of America was so blessed with God’s grace (see 1 Peter 5:5).

MORALITY: I encountered one widow that was married for almost sixty years. One day, during casual conversation she revealed that she didn’t even know divorce was legal until she was almost fifty years old! True story!!

Language, dress, patience, sacrifice, and discipline are additional “top notch” values that I have observed and gleaned from this very special generation. In my opinion, it is nothing short of a travesty that many of these values are “dying off” with them.

I have just one word of caution for the “Builder Generation,” just one weakness that I’ve seen. Sadly though, it’s a big one.

SILENCE.* It has been said that,

“Evil flourishes because
good men and women do nothing.”

And it was Dietrich Boenhoffer who declared,

“Silence in the face of evil,
is evil itself.”

Today’s America is, in many ways, a completely different country than it was just fifty years ago – almost unrecognizeable to the “Builder Generation.”

And most of the reasons are very easily explained.

So here’s to the “Builder Generation,” both the glory and the shame.

*Ironically, the “Younger Builders” 1926-1946, are also literally known as the “Silent Generation.”

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March 13, 2014 · 11:19 pm



Politicians and American History; according to Patton.

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March 10, 2014 · 1:24 am