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Building God’s Kingdom Series on Organic Discipleship Part 2: Etiquette , Protocols, and Pure Righteousness in the Faith

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gregg_greer_1379829951_87 Bishop Gregg L.Greer, Editor
 

 

Many times in the movement of faith people lack understanding of the basic rules that govern how we should conduct ourselves to make the faith experience as impactful as possible.

The major issues that govern how we should act are not necessarily written but some are implied and others we would expect to come naturally or with added logic-simply due to the fact that they follow the rules governed by society.

For clarification lets look at a few examples of what we mean:

Etiquette

Etiquette is a code of polite conduct. If you practice proper etiquette, you are less likely to offend or annoy people — and you may even charm them.

According to Bishop Don Adams Founder and General Overseer of the Building Gods Kingdom International Ministries and co-author of this series;

Without the proper etiquette-it is assured that issues remain in place that will take away from the faith experience…. 

Under this classification we could include items like:

Pulpit Etiquette -Before giving a sermon it is always necessary to announce, acknowledge and “Thank” the leadership of the church. 1) for their dedication to the faith, and 2) even if you are a guest preacher-it’s good practice to offer “Thanks,” to the leadership of the church (house)-for allowing you to come and share your faith in their service. 

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Protocals 

If we were to look up Websters Dictionary we would find this definition:  
A system of rules that explain the correct conduct and procedures to be followed in formal situations.
Spiritual Protocol is a reference to the respect, honor and deference due at all times to those in authority in the House of God. Many believers attend churches that are out of divine order and alignment. These churches are characterized by dysfunction, contention and continuous infighting.
Here’s a quote from Dr.Keira Banks as she explains from her introduction for the book Spiritual Protocols:

Dr. Keira Banks presents Spiritual Protocol as a tool and guide to assist pastors and believers in embracing the Biblical mandate for divine order in the local church. Pastors can use this book as a teaching tool in an effort to transition their entire congregations out of chaos and into the Kingdom of God realm of love, light, prayer and divine order. Individual believers will reference this book to ensure that their motives are pure and their conduct brings honor and glory to God.

This means the areas that protocols are set to address- items that are more standard policy either; written or expressed. For another example, a standard protocol in the church may be to open the service with a scripture reading and prayer-A process that most churches have adopted and follow routinely. 

Lastly with that said, let us spend a little time on pure righteousness:

 Pure Righteousness

 
What about Prayer-What is the significance of using different postures in prayer?
This is another area where sometimes the most natural spiritual experience is hampered by the “money see-monkey do-ism” of the church; for example-praying in submission to God. (see example in illustration below) 
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This picture is an example of praying in submission to God

 

According to many people in the modern church- some love to pray in the “submission,” position. For our purposes-we only want people to let your posture express the attitudes of your heart. Not to follow someone else who you see using this prayer position without truly understanding what it means.

In the Biblical accounts of prayer, many postures are described. Abraham fell upon his face before God. (See Genesis 17:3, 17.) Moses prayed with his hands outstretched. (See Exodus 9:27–29.) King Solomon knelt in prayer. (See I Kings 8:54.) Jesus prayed looking up into heaven. (See Mark 6:41, John 11:41, and 17:1.)

Communication with God does not require a certain physical position, but postures do give expression to the attitudes of our hearts.

While we only provided a few examples-there a hundreds for more reasons why a little practice in learning to identify good “Etiquette , Protocols, and Pure Righteousness,” and how they interchange in the church can go along way into building a lasting faith experience. A more positive faith experience-where everyone is willing to come and share and grow in the Body.

Please know-these items are critical for faith leadership in the modern church to navigate and understand and apply daily.shield-of-faith-clipart-1

This is the second Part of the Series Building God’s Kingdom Series on Organic Discipleship: When The Good News is Spiritually Based And When it is Not! Also A book of the series will be released in August of 2018 

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gregg_greer_1379829951_87Bishop Gregg L. Greer a Public Speaker, Pastor, Social Activist, and the Editor of the One World internet journal and Faith and Leadership Journal. Greer is the Founder of Freedom First International a human rights NGO.  Pastor of Faith Journey International Ministries. He has written extensively about Faith, American politics, civil rights, and the intersection of economics and politics. His stories have also appeared in The Huffington Post,CNNApolitical America,and he is a frequent commentator on MSNBC online. His first book, Fighting for Human Rights is scheduled for release in Summer 2019Listen to Greers radio podcast at OneWorld Talks -if you are interested in interviews from him, you can email oneworldtoday@gmail.com His website is www.gregglgreer.com
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Bishop Don Adams is a Senior Pastor-He is also a Contributing Writer to the Faith and Leadership Journal. Bishop Adams is the Founder, & General Overseer at Building God’s Kingdom International Ministries. His is the Founder Pastor of Changing Minds Ministries. Also the Executive Pastor at New Generation Harvest Church based out of Chicago, IL
Bishop Adams uses many resources and tools at

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Bishop Adams can be heard on the Radio Show Building Gods Kingdom where he host with Dr. Mustafa Williams.
If you are interested in interviews from him, you can email:  bishopdonadams@yahoo.com
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Building God’s Kingdom Series on Organic Discipleship Part 1: When The Good News is Spiritually Based And When it is Not!

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6/2/2018 10:00 pm CST
Building God’s Kingdom Series on Organic Discipleship: When The Good News is Spiritually Based And When it is Not!
 
 
 The Faith movement for many can be very subjective and very mythical. For the leadership on the front lines there is a more than certain dependency for “Guardians,” of the Kingdom of God to be well versed in the practices of the faith.
One area that many preachers who lead are most certainly required to be sharp as a nail is when “Preaching of the Word of God,” or as many do say, “Bringing the Good News!
 
An excellent example of what should be done when the emotions are flaring in the pulpit and it’s the moment of truth-that very moment for example can be explained in the Simon Viberts great book “Excellence in Preaching: Studying the Craft of Leading Preachers.” 
 

Preaching is a dangerously high calling in which mere mortals dare to speak on behalf of God. All too often, well-intentions preachers preach poorly. But what do good preachers do well? And what can we learn from them? Simon Vibert has studied the work of today’s leading preachers with an eye for discerning the dynamics of effective preaching. Each chapter profiles a contemporary preacher and lifts out practical principles for sermons that are biblical, motivational and transformational. 

 
While I totally agree with Simon, when he says “All too often, well-intentions preachers preach poorly.” It is with this statement in mind that we have decided to put together some mainframe insight on “what it is and what it should be-to bring the Good News, “Authentically.”
We must caution that we submit all suggestions humbly because-as many of you should know-all too well-that preaching is an act of empowerment that comes directly from God-through means of the Holy Spirit. With that fact now firmly in mind-[here it go’s:

Fact Number #1

The message that you preach should start with the Holy Spirit, and you must be spiritually lead!
 
(This means one should and must not “fake the funk” when bringing the word of God. In many cases it will show and many of those folks in the congregation will feel the insincerity of the moment). While theatrical preaching may look and feel impressive to you it-may loose in translation to many in the congregation who are simply seeking the message. 
In addition, you must ask yourself-are you really being fair to those you lead, those who trust you, and most important are you being a good representative of God the Father.
Many would say NO! and I would totally agree.

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Fact Number #2

Still, preaching must be inspired by God, and entirely Spiritual-throughout the time preaching. 
 
This may be one of the most challenging aspects of preaching. Your revelation must be from the inner soul and you have every right to give the sermon it’s proper theological and spiritual meaning, again inspired by God.

Fact Number #3

Prayer Must be ongoing! 
 
When you think of the sermon Pray over it. When you are given the outline, in its almost complete draft-Pray over it! When you step up to the pulpit and at the start your sermon-Pray over it! It is customary to open the sermon with enveloping the Spirit by prayer. This prayer is for you, for the congregation, and by Gods desire.

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Fact Number #4

Are you walking in unquestioned obedience? 
 

Gods word is the force and the power, that brings about obedience to all His laws. It is actually the creative word that produces the fulfillment of those laws in our lives. It was the creative word that brought the world into existence; God spoke and it was done.

That is because this planet, in its empty state, was not rejecting God’s word, this is why we must uphold and honor the word of God because when we do- the power that comes into us is truly “amazing,” to say the least. 

 

Fact Number #5

 

Philippians 4:6 ESV / 

Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God.

This simply means the approach must always be humble-petition for the will of God to shine through all that we do, and it will be given.

Fact Number #6

Study and Meditate on Scripture continually!

God told Joshua, “Study this Book of the Law continually. Meditate on it day and night so you may be sure to obey all that is written in it. Only then will you succeed” (Joshua 1:8, NLT).

God’s definition of success in life is to know Him better. One way we do that is to read and understand His Word!

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Fact Number #7

Building bridges to bring others to Salvation must be our main goal. 

Lastly, when the Lord shows you those needing Christ, you should always seek to build a relationship with them-and be an open conduit for their salvation.

Remember how Jesus went to the home of Zacchaeus where many sinners had gathered? While we must be careful not to place ourselves in an environment where we’ll be pulled down, we must be equally careful to cultivate friendships with those needing Christ.

When preaching always remember this golden rule-That Christ has placed you in your particular place just to reach those whom no one else can reach. Your mission at the end of it all is to-bring them home, bring them into “Salvation.”shield-of-faith-clipart-1

 

This is the First Part of the Series Building God’s Kingdom Series on Organic Discipleship: When The Good News is Spiritually Based And When it is Not! Also A book of the series will be released in August of 2018 

 

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gregg_greer_1379829951_87Bishop Gregg L. Greer a Public Speaker, Pastor, Social Activist, and the Editor of the One World internet journal and Faith and Leadership Journal. Greer is the Founder of Freedom First International a human rights NGO.  Pastor of Faith Journey International Ministries. He has written extensively about Faith, American politics, civil rights, and the intersection of economics and politics. His stories have also appeared in The Huffington Post, CNNApolitical America,and he is a frequent commentator on MSNBC online. His first book, Fighting for Human Rights is scheduled for release in Summer 2019Listen to Greers radio podcast at OneWorld Talks -if you are interested in interviews from him, you can email oneworldtoday@gmail.com His website is www.gregglgreer.com
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Bishop Don Adams is a Senior Pastor-He is also a Contributing Writer to the Faith and Leadership Journal. Bishop Adams is the Founder, & General Overseer at Building God’s Kingdom International Ministries. His is the Founder Pastor of Changing Minds Ministries. Also the Executive Pastor at New Generation Harvest Church based out of Chicago, IL
Bishop Adams uses many resources and tools at

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his beckoning including-Praise and Worship as well as Expository Preaching.
Bishop Adams can be heard on the Radio Show Building Gods Kingdom where he host with Dr. Mustafa Williams.
If you are interested in interviews from him, you can email:  bishopdonadams@yahoo.com
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A Faith and Leadership Journal Commentary: Spiritual Warfare Part 2-Can Whole Communities Suffer From Demonic Oppression?

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gregg_greer_1379829951_87 Bishop Gregg L.Greer, Editor
 
5/23/2018 9:10 am CST
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Hello in part 1-We have stated in an effort to understand with the battle over demonic spirits we have to understand internal signs to avoid and so on.

Now the task at hand is how we need to acknowledge that we are in a real war with real armies and real weapons of mass destruction. Remember spiritual warfare is a battle that by definition, can involve combat between two persons, between factions, between armies and they consist of any type of “extended contest, struggle, or controversy.” 
 
Now what that being said, the question came up-“can whole communities suffer from demonic possessions?” For reference,my answer to that question would be a very quick, yes! While this is not an effort to scare anyone the fact still exist that we must help people understand that the forces of evil are very real in this world. 
 
For whatever reason, cases of alleged demonic possession have been on the rise in recent years and show no signs of stopping. Religious institutions around the world have been reporting an exponential increase in the amount of exorcisms performed by clergy, and many churches.
 
To prove this point for starters- we must understand that community possession can occur in many ways for example there is a phenomenon called “mob mentality” occurs when demons insert the same evil thought into a mob of people at the same time.  
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A lynching in the early 20th century. The white perpetrators smile and pose with their victims and fellow Klansmen

The Mob Mentality shield-of-faith-clipart-1

The moment the mob is caught up in passion, demons know the power of suggestion can become actionable and when this occurs, the result is a true phenomenon.  It is as though the mob suddenly behaves as if it has “one wicked mind.”  The fruit of demonic behavior is anger, hatred, violence, and destruction and when adrenalin induced anger goes beyond reason, you can be sure demons are present.
 
Lynching in the early 20th century (picture, above) is a perfect example of Mob Mentality-The white perpetrators smile and pose with their victims and fellow Klansmen who have murdered thousands of African American men, women and children then took pictures of the gruesome and evil event. 
 

According to biblical scripture-The “mob mentality”  possibly could apply to the kingdoms of Sodom and Gomorrah (illustration, below) which we understand were allied with the cities of Admah, Zeboim and Bela. These five cities, also known as the “cities of the plain” (from Genesis in the Authorized Version), [Gen.13:10]  Divine judgment by God was passed upon Sodom and Gomorrah and two neighboring cities, which were completely consumed by fire and brimstone. 

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Neighboring Zoar (Bela) was the only city to be spared. Sodom and Gomorrah have been used historically and today as metaphors for vice, sexual perversion, and homosexuality, although a close reading of the text and other Ancient Near Eastern sources suggest that this association may be incorrect.

On last point that I think it is very important to mention. According to historical research- it was during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, the era of the Reformation and Counter-Reformation, there was an ‘epidemic’ of such possessions. Some of the hundreds of cases that were reported were group possessions in which many people in small, close-knit communities, such as convents and orphanages, displayed the same symptoms. Why?

The question as to why and how demon possession can effect mass groups of people is a good question, but If we use our imagination and possibly some common sense then we can say yes!-that consistent bad habits and filthily living may be a chronic incubator for evil to exist, and demons to feel motivated to work. Examples can be areas where drugs become influences, prostitution, wild parties and sex clubs are largely frequented and so on. 

As a person of faith our response must be a clean healthy lifestyle. Period! shield-of-faith-clipart-1

 

(This Article is Part 2 of A Seven Page Series on Spiritual Warfare) 

Re: Mob Mentality

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gregg_greer_1379829951_87Bishop Gregg L. Greer a Public Speaker, Pastor, Social Activist, and the Editor of the One World internet journal and Faith and Leadership Journal. Greer is the Founder of Freedom First International a human rights NGO.  Pastor of Faith Journey International Ministries. He has written extensively about Faith, American politics, civil rights, and the intersection of economics and politics. His stories have also appeared in The Huffington Post, CNN, Apolitical Americaand he is a frequent commentator on MSNBC online. His first book, Fighting for Human Rights is scheduled for release in Summer 2019Listen to Greers radio podcast at OneWorld Talks -if you are interested in interviews from him, you can email oneworldtoday@gmail.comHis website is www.gregglgreer.com.

A Faith and Leadership Journal Commentary: Spiritual Warfare Part 1-Truths You Must understand!

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gregg_greer_1379829951_87 Bishop Gregg L.Greer, Editor
 
5/23/2018 11:00 am CST
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According to a wise and focused minister in evangelism who recently commented  “Everything that occurs in the visible, and physical world is directly connected to the wrestling match being waged in the invisible, and spiritual world.” 

Ultimately the effects of evil that are waging an ongoing war in the unseen world, that manifest itself in the seen world in many ways, including inside of you- For example: Take the barely reported story from CNN about -A small group of nuns and priests that met a tormented woman in the chapel of a house one June evening in 2017. Although it was warm outside, a palpable chill settled over the room.

As the priests began to pray, the woman slipped into a trance — and then snapped to life. She spoke in multiple voices: One was deep, guttural and masculine; another was high-pitched; a third spouted only Latin. When someone secretly sprinkled ordinary water on her, she didn’t react. But when holy water was used, she screamed in pain.
“Leave her alone, you f***ing priests,” the guttural voice shouted. “Stop, you whores. … You’ll be sorry.”
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‘You’ve probably seen this before: a soul corrupted by Satan, a priest waving a crucifix at a snarling woman. Movies and books have mimicked exorcisms so often, they’ve become clichés.
 

While Dr.Richard Gallagher is an Ivy League-educated, board-certified psychiatrist who teaches at Columbia University and New York Medical College. He was surprised about the days events as he was part of the team that tried to help the woman. 

Gallagher knew about biblical accounts of demonic possession but thought they were an ancient culture’s attempt to grapple with mental disorders like epilepsy. He proudly calls himself a “man of science,” but to date Gallagher has become the go-to guy for a sprawling network of exorcists in the United States.

“There was one woman who was like 90 pounds soaking wet. She threw a Lutheran deacon who was about 200 pounds across the room,” he says. “That’s not psychiatry. That’s beyond psychiatry.”

The Book Rite of Exorcism was first published in 1614 by Pope Paul V to quell a trend of laypeople and priests hastily performing exorcisms on people they presumed were possessed, such as victims of the bubonic plague, says the Rev. Mike Driscoll, author of “Demons, Deliverance, Discernment: Separating Fact from Fiction about the Spirit World.”

“A line (in the rite) said that the exorcist should be careful to distinguish between demon possession and melancholy, which was a catchall for mental illness,” Driscoll says. “The church knew back then that there were mental problems. It said the exorcist should not have anything to do with medicine. Leave that to the doctors.”

 

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Painting of Father General Saint Francis Borgia, SJ, performing an exorcism, by Goya

The Fight against Evil

Scripture tells us in Ephesians 6:10-15 Contemporary English Version (CEV) 

10 Finally, let the mighty strength of the Lord make you strong. 11 Put on all the armor that God gives, so you can defend yourself against the devil’s tricks. 12 We are not fighting against humans. We are fighting against forces and authorities and against rulers of darkness and powers in the spiritual world. 13 So put on all the armor that God gives. Then when that evil day comes, you will be able to defend yourself. And when the battle is over, you will still be standing firm. 

While all people who display serious issues of mental illness- they may not be exactly guilty of suffering from demon possession-there must be a certain understanding that wickedness manifest itself in multiple ways, and if we are not careful and have certain trust in the Power of God with a healthy righteous lifestyle then we may fall prey to all forms of demonic evils, from momentary, to ongoing, angers, insecurity, discords, fear and the list goes on to finally eternal. This fact is further illustrated in an a recent article from Psychology Today.

People are not evil because they have done bad things or else we’d all be evil.  As Aristotle maintained, being evil portends a persistent habit of doing bad things.  Moreover, evil people know that what they are doing is bad but choose to do so anyway.  They therefore act with malicious intent.Moreover, evil people typically care little or not at all that what they are doing is or may be harmful to others; and some evil people even derive sadistic pleasure from it. Moreover, some evil people are very cunning and can disguise their evil intentions and lack of regard for others.  These individuals may be con artists or even charming rapists or murderers 

The true debate is that one must understand that there are very real forces of evil that operate in the world, and not take certain acts like rape, murder, and more for granted.

Yes we all believe that madness exist, but additional research, meditation, and prayer must be done to discover the root of the wickedness. 

Again, trust and believe evil exist in this world and the agents of evil can be complex or simple-With that in mind only God can deliver you from any bondage either from the seen or unseen world if you have faith. shield-of-faith-clipart-1

(This Article is Part 1 of A Seven Page Series on Spiritual Warfare) 

 

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Faith and Leadership Commentary: A Believers Faith And Obedience In An Ever Falling World

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gregg_greer_1379829951_87 Bishop Gregg L.Greer, Editor
5/18/2018 11:00 am CST
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Today we see growing wickedness, pain and suffering-manifesting itself in this world as never before. One has only to turn on the TV news and one will find gun violence, terrorism (War), murder, and all forms of wickedness like never before. For many of us as people of Faith, we as believers, these factors are not surprising and of little consequence. 
 
For people who exercise their faith-we have been forewarned of a time when evil grows, and sin is heightened as a response to an ever falling world. In fact scripture tell us in many parables that signs of the end time will come with heightened evil. For our response to be focused correctly-we must understand that with a believers heart and spirit-we are given the tools and resources to shield in the battle against evil, and it is precisely with this exact spirit in mind that we don’t need to wonder about what to do.
An awesome and profound scripture that comes from the Book of Matthew starting with Matthew 12:38 which begins with the Pharisees and teachers of the law who challenged Jesus as they had done many times before, this scripture states:
 

Then some of the scribes and Pharisees said to Him, “Teacher, we want to see a sign from You.” Jesus replied, “A wicked and adulterous generation demands a sign, but none will be given it except the sign of the prophet Jonah. For just as Jonah was three days and three nights in the belly of the great fish, so the Son of Man will be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth. (Matthew 12:38)

  
Though Christ was always ready to hear and answer holy desires and prayers, yet those who ask amiss, ask and have not, and are not equipped for the worldly and ungodly challenges of this evil world.
 
Signs were granted to those who desire them to confirm their faith, as Moses,Gideon, and even Jonah could attest; but as Jonah grew (for example) to understand-they are denied to those who demand them to excuse their unbelief. 
 
Jonah in Scripture is often identified as the “Reluctant Prophet”  of all the prophets, Jonah is perhaps the most reluctant; his struggle with sin is not hidden. In the story we see a portrait of sin and of God’s love for consistent sinners who are in disbelief. 
 
As Jonah was three days and three nights in the whale, and then came out again alive, after which he is called upon by God to travel to Nineveh and warn its residents to repent of their sins or face divine wrath. Instead, Jonah boards a ship to Tarshish. Caught in a storm, he orders the ship’s crew to cast him overboard, whereupon he is swallowed by a giant fish. Three days later, after Jonah agrees to go to Nineveh, the fish vomits him out onto the shore. 
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It was after Jonah had accepted his “biblical Marching Orders.” The Ninevites would shame the Jews for not repenting; the queen of Sheba, for not believing in Christ and we must intern such cares that hinder us, as we must come to Christ and submitt such uncertainties. 
 
This parable represents the case and is applicable to all those who hear the word of God, and are in part reformed, but not truly converted. 
 
While,The unclean spirit leaves in you for a time, but when he returns, he finds Christ is not there to shut him out; within your daily discipline to the heart sweeps evil inside outward reformation, if not the spirit is garnished by ill preparation to comply with evil, and the man becomes a more decided enemy of the truth.
 
Remember: Every heart is the residence of unclean spirits, except those which are temples of the Holy Ghost, by Faith in Christ.
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So to answer of question of:  How to we combat evil-The more you humble yourself to the will of a righteous God, and you shield and insinuate yourselves from the growing evil as a response to worldly and Ungodly sin.
 
Therefore, we as human beings can take steps to grow in faith minute by minute, day by day-but unless you take steps to move closer to righteousness, then any and all efforts may leave you vulnerable-as you will be placed at the mercy of this world.  shield-of-faith-clipart-1
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gregg_greer_1379829951_87Bishop Gregg L. Greer a Public Speaker, Pastor, Social Activist, and the Editor of the One World internet journal and Faith and Leadership Journal. Greer is the Founder of Freedom First International a human rights NGO.  Pastor of Faith Journey International Ministries. He has written extensively about Faith, American politics, civil rights, and the intersection of economics and politics. His stories have also appeared in The Huffington Post, CNN, Apolitical America, and he is a frequent commentator on MSNBC online. His first book, Fighting for Human Rights is scheduled for release in Summer 2019Listen to Greers radio podcast at OneWorld Talks -if you are interested in interviews from him, you can email oneworldtoday@gmail.com His website is www.gregglgreer.com
 
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