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Not from God

There are many churches in this country; all them say they are of God. This is not so. The reasons for this are many, such as coming into existence long after the time in which the Lord's church came into existence, not having any authority from the Lord to even begin to exist. There is one church, however, that demonstrates that is is not of God as easily as Satan preaching from its pulpit can be seen.

The Allendale United Methodist Church in St Petersburg, Florida is that church. As you will be able to see from clicking on the link, this man-made church (not from God) had a "Drag Gospel Worship". The word "drag" is certainly appropriate for if this church preached the gospel message (which it does not), it drags the Lord gospel down to the descent of their soon-to-be-residence.

There is no worship of the Lord, for He'll receive none of it. Try as they might to worship the Almighty, all they've done is follow after "god of this world" for they want to be like the world (and they are).

The heart is deceitful above all things, and it is exceedingly corrupt: who can know it? I, Jehovah, search the mind, I try the heart, even to give every man according to his ways, according to the fruit of his doings (Jeremiah 17:9-10, ASV).

A heart-felt religion is paramount, but not at the expense of truth. The AUMC long ago gave up on the Lord and He, consequently, gave up on them.

They are not from God.

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