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Author Topic: Is GCx Good for My Faith? (Part 1 Repost)  (Read 609 times)
Janet Easson Martin
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« on: December 18, 2014, 06:05:59 pm »

Is GCx GOOD for Growing in My Faith?

Will I Benefit from its Teaching?

What does God's Word say about some of its foundational teachings?



It seems that so many write here to inquire if GCX or any group affiliated with or related to its teachings are actually beneficial churches? They might be considering trying them out. They might be attending one. They may have been a member of one?  They may have made many friends there, and hesitate leaving them.  They wonder if this high level of committment is actually spiritually advantageous (as they likely have been falsely persuaded)?  They want to give Christ their all and have no regrets later (of which they are also often deceptively pressured with).  If like me, they might just be scared to do the "WRONG" thing (which they have been abusively told is to leave the church) because they desire to be acceptable and pleasing to God.  So, they may have been compelled through false spiritual authority to agree to present themselves to this group and their separative traditions.


"Woe to the obstinate children", declares The Lord, "to those who carry out plans that are not mine, forming an alliance, BUT NOT BY MY SPIRIT..."  (Isaiah 30:1)
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