I am a man of God. I go to church as I am supposed to do. My wife goes to college that way we can have a better future. My kids are Christian.
I am appalled by your sermon about Derrick Todd Lee. He was not a man of God. A man of God would not have brutally murdered innocent women for his sexual lust. For you to even consider him to be a man of God is disgraceful for the Christian religion. You should be ashamed of yourself, especially since you consider yourselves to be people of God.
I have read through your website, and I am speechless. I can't believe that you do consider yourselves people of God. How can people of God be so deceitful and hateful towards others? You people are despicable.
IF YOU THINK THIS IS A JOKE YOU MAKE A MISTAKE. YOU ARE BUSY TO BLASPHEMY.
GUESS WHAT SATANIST - EVERY KNEE SHALL BOW AND EVERY TONGUE CONFESS THAT JESUS CHRIST IS LORD!!!!!!!!!!
THE BEST PART IS THAT FOR ALL THIS RUBBISH YOU WRITE YOU WILL ANSWER BEFORE THE KING OF KINGS ALONE
I REBUKE YOU IN THE NAME OF JESUS AND MAY YOU SPENT THE REST OF YOUR DAYS IN HELL!!!!! JUST DONT LOOK UP ON YOUR DYING DAY AS HE WILL NOT HEAR YOU - TOO LATE THEN, TOO LATE!
I WILL PRAY FOR YOU THOUGH BECAUSE YOU ARE NOT HATED BUT THE SIN YOU BUSY WITH.
MAY GOD HAVE MERCY ON YOU!
FROM A CHILD OF GOD WITH LOVE
I would like to ask you some questions about your beliefs concerning dress. I understand that you believe that dress is very important in the Church, but I believe that some people earnestly cannot afford what you would consider "proper dress". I am just wondering, would you banish someone from your church if they could not meet your standards of dress? Our mission as Christians is to spread the news of Jesus Christ to everybody. But if we are spreading the message that you have to be able to afford fancy dresses and suits to be saved, then many people will not experience the relationship with God that we as Christians are supposed to help them attain. I personally don't wear dresses, and according to your website, your church probably would not accept me. But I am here to tell you that my God and I have a very close relationship. I dream of becoming a music minister one day and harboring a spirit of worship to thousands of people. My God still loves me, even if I don't meet the standards of your church. For it is said in 1 Samuel 16:7, "The LORD seeth not as man seeth; for man looketh on the outward appearance, but the LORD looketh on the heart."
I would love a reply to the questions I have posed in this letter, because your website has intrigued me very much so. I thank you for reading this letter and wish you a good day.
I am sad to see what you have done with the life given to you by the Creator. Do you really have nothing better to do than spend so much time fighting against One that you don't even believe in? I can see that God does dominate your life, even though it is as your Enemy that you don't even believe exists. Christians can and will believe as we always have. Why are you going to let that control and direct your life in the way that it does? What is so sad is that you spend so much time obsessing about something you don't even believe. What a waste of time. What a waste of life. Can you really not get over it? Move on. Do something valuable with your life. Your site shows such an evil empty use of a life. Are you going to go to your grave obsessing over opposing believers? Your site is utterly wicked. Please read Psalm 2. I might add that the site is also very immature. You'd benefit by maturing through time around some godly men and women. Maybe you are driven by a guilty conscience and envy for the peace and joy that Jesus gives all his people. I hope God will give you our peace when you wake up out of this madness, move on, and God willing, find the joy that you don't have. Repent and trust Him. He is your only hope for forgiveness and peace and true love. May God bless you. Oh, and if you don't repent, you are going to be wailing for all eternity at how insane you were to fight against a God that so simply and easily threw you in hell. I don't want that to happen to you.
Love in the King,