Government propaganda and how churches should respond — JRB Publications

According to Wikipedia: “Propaganda is communication that is primarily used to influence an audience and further an agenda, which may not be objective and may be selectively presenting facts to encourage a particular synthesis”.  […continue reading at…] Government propaganda and how churches should respond — JRB Publications

In this re-blog my friend John Barber offers wise words. Personally, Nina and I greatly miss attending church and meeting dear friends and very pleased that services have been recorded and zoom meetings made available.

However, from the very outset we’ve been independently of the same mind in refusing to be muzzled when worshiping the Living Lord – my long-time readers of this blog will recall the Lord’s answer to my question in March last year that CV-19 is “Man-made”, and later being awakened to learn, “MaSks are only 1 letter away from MaRk” !!

3 thoughts on “Government propaganda and how churches should respond — JRB Publications

  1. You may like to know there is a book now published called Romans 13and Covid 19 which is Bible based and informative in contrast to propaganda and church organisational directives!!

    Kind regards Daphne Brett

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  2. Thank you so very much for sharing this. Having not been able to attend our church in person for over a year now, this rings so very true. Our church has bought into every part of the message and shares it weekly. As we see our friends following every tenet with child-like ‘faith’s it has made me fearful for them. What else would we obediently follow? We must wake-up to the possibility that all is not as it seems. Does it not say there will be a time when “Even my elect will be deceived”? Why do we assume this word is for sometime far into the future? We are told to discern the times. We must pray that our churches can do just that.

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