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  1. peter bruce

    Thank you, thank you great watch man on the wall. 21 years ago i was told your basis if belief not resented in this church [alliance]. almost 80, still preaching in my house to saints that love the Word. Berean Fellowship all glory to our redeemer.

  2. Craig Giddens

    All Christians believe in the sovereignty of God. We just don’t believe it is His only trait. Nor do we believe that God has many traits, but His sovereignty is His number one trait and everything else about Him is second to His sovereignty. If you’re going to single out one trait, it wouldn’t be His sovereignty, but His holiness (Isaiah 6:3)! God is sovereign, but He exercises His sovereignty in accordance with His other characteristics (holiness, love, mercy, grace, justice). The problem with Calvinism is they have taken topics like sovereignty, election and predestination and built theological positions that are not Biblical.

  3. John Harrington

    I find it interesting that this site is willing to warn the church about all kinds of error and heresies and yet saves its disdain for the a large portion of the church that believes the Scriptures. Many baptists and others who are funamentalists have been attacked for rightly dividing the word. I am not defending wrong behavior nor arrogance. I have purchased your materials and read them and shared the information with many. I was thankful for what was brought forth. What I don’t understand is vitriol of some readers for those who believe in the soverignty of God. From beginning to end and everything in between. Is God not allowed to make choices? Can God not be trusted with our future. Does He not have the right to have mercy on some and not on others? I don’ t claim to understand it all and sometimes am puzzled by what happens, but I would rather be the one puzzled and not understanding than serve a God that is not soverign. My hope is in Him, not myself.

    • John J

      John Harrington,

      Your response is slightly alarming and exactly why Lighthouse is doing what they are doing. The sovereignty of God is misunderstood and twisted by the majority (easily) of churches to suit their own manmade agendas, and being led astray by wolves is NOT His will or decision for followers or would-be followers (born again believers). For the deception, look at the wolves behind the pulpits and flowery-worded websites. Christ Himself has warned against those.

    • Craig Giddens

      All Christians believe in the sovereignty of God. We just don’t believe it is His only trait. Nor do we believe that God has many traits, but His sovereignty is His number one trait and everything else about Him is second to His sovereignty. If you’re going to single out one trait, it wouldn’t be His sovereignty, but His holiness (Isaiah 6:3)! God is sovereign, but He exercises His sovereignty in accordance with His other characteristics (holiness, love, mercy, grace, justice). The problem with Calvinism is they have taken topics like sovereignty, election and predestination and built theological positions that are not Biblical.

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