• By John Hicks

Spiritual Bulldozers...

OSAS or the preservation of the saints is nothing but a spiritual bulldozer being used in an attempt to widen the road to life under man's power and against God's Word.

It encourages the growth of tares instead of wheat when you really think about it and when considered in light of God's word.

Augustine, Calivn, Joel Oesteen, James Dobson, Jerry Falwell Jr., Richard Land, Paula White, Kenneth and Gloria Copeland, Mark Burns, James Robison, Ronnie Floyd, Robert Jeffress, RC Sproul Sr and Jr., David Jeremiah, Jack Graham, James MacDonald, Jay Strack, A. R. Bernard, Greg Bahnsen, Robert Morris, Jentezen Franklin, Harry Jackson, Tom Mullins, Johnnie Moore, Tim Clinton, Tony Suarez, Carlos Campo, Vincent Bacote, Rick Warren, and just about every mainstream and evangelical leader and/or pastor for the most part today all have very high level licenses to drive this beastly machine.

You cannot widen what God has set as narrow.

No matter how popular of an idea it is, if it goes against God's Word then it is not true.

In the end this bulldozer will crash and the drivers will be made accountable for the destruction they caused in satiating so many souls into thinking they were saved but instead were bound for hell due to their love of sin.

Enter ye in at the strait gate:

for wide is the gate,

and broad is the way,

that leadeth to destruction,

and many there be

which go in thereat:

Because strait is the gate,

and narrow is the way,

which leadeth unto life,

and few there be that find it.

Beware of false prophets,

which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.

Matthew 7:13-15

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