Friday, September 16, 2022

We Had Better Come Back To Separation

2nd Corinthians 6:14-18, “Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness? And what concord hath Christ with Belial? or what part hath he that believeth with an infidel? And what agreement hath the temple of God with idols? for ye are the temple of the living God; as God hath said, I will dwell in them, and walk in them; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people. Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you, And will be a Father unto you, and ye shall be my sons and daughters, saith the Lord Almighty.

The following excellent words are from Pastor Jack Hyles' excellent book titled: Jack Hyles Speaks On Biblical Separation, chapter 10, “Ecclesiastical Separation”...
We had better come back to separation! Running with the wrong crowd will affect all of us sooner or later. Daniel kept on praying. He went to the lion's den. He refused the king's pizza and enchiladas. He wouldn't drink the king's wine. He proved it pays to do right! However, later when the Jews were allowed to return to rebuild the temple, those who wanted to return could do so, but the list in the Bible nowhere includes Daniel! I wonder where he was. Zerubbabel and Ezra returned, but it seems that Daniel would have been the logical one to have headed up the expedition to return to Jerusalem for the rebuilding of the house of God. Could it be that Daniel should not have gone to the university of Chaldea? Was he influenced? Maybe so!

We speak well of the courage of Esther, and we should, but was it right for her to marry a king who was divorced, unsaved, a winebibber and lustful? God doesn't change His principles for anybody! Suppose your daughter came to you and told you that she wanted to marry a man who was divorced, unsaved, a winebibber and lustful. You would be opposed to it, of course. Could that be the reason why Esther never mentions God? The word "God" is never mentioned in the book of Esther, but it would have been if Esther had spoken about God to the king.

The wrong crowd will damage anybody's life. If Abraham had not been with the wrong crowd in Egypt, there would never have been an Ishmael or our middle eastern crisis. If Balaam had not gone to the wrong crowd in Moab, the race would not have fallen. If Jehoshaphat had not run with the wrong crowd in the recapturing of Ramoth in Gilead, he would never have joined up with Ahab and Jezebel, and his son, Jehoram, would never have met Jezebel's daughter, Athliah, and tragedy would have been averted in the southern kingdom! If Esau had not run with the wrong crowd, he would not have married a heathen woman, and the wicked nation of Edom never would have begun! If Samson had not run with the wrong crowd, he would never have lost his power in the lap of Delilah! If Solomon had not run with the wrong crowd, he never would have lost the blessing of God because of his strange wives! If Lot had never run with the wrong crowd, he would never have gone to Sodom, committed incest with his daughters, and had two heathen nations born as a result of that incest! If Peter had not run with the wrong crowd, he would not have denied our Lord and the faith! If the descendants of Seth had not run with the wrong crowd, there never would have been a flood to destroy the world! If Jacob had never been with the wrong crowd, he would have never spent 20 years outside the will of God and married the wrong person! If Ahab had not run with the wrong crowd, he would never have met Jezebel! If Elimelech and Naomi had not run with the wrong crowd, they would never have gone to Moab and lost their two sons in death, nor would have Elimelech have lost his life there!

Fundamentalists, let us be fundamentalists! We do not need liberal rouge or National Council of Churches eye shadow or ministerial association eye lashes or ecumenical toupees. Let us be what we are—old-fashioned, Hell-hating, sin-fighting, separated, soul-winning, Christ-honoring, window-rattling, barn-storming, God-fearing, Bible-loving, compassionate, weeping fundamentalists—and bear the name with joy and pride!” [emphasis added]

SOURCE: Pastor Jack Hyles, Jack Hyles Speaks On Biblical Separation, chapter 10, “Ecclesiastical Separation
I love what Brother Hyles just wrote. Dear reader, Bible separation is not an option for the believer, it is a royal divine command from God almighty. What is “Ecclesiastical Separation”? It simply refers to good churches separating from bad churches. It means exposing, avoiding and preaching against corrupt Bibles colleges and apostate churches! It refers to theological separation between religious people.

A perfect example is the unholy alliance between Pensacola Christian College (PCC) and Bob Jones University (PCC). The PCC camp is guilty of wickedly bidding Godspeed to the BJU camp. What saith the Scripture? 2nd John 1:11, “For he that biddeth him God speed is partaker of his evil deeds.” Pastor Jeff Redlin (shameful senior pastor of PCC's Campus Church) is guilty of preaching Lordship Salvation. “Wait a minute you say, I know Pastor Redlin and he doesn't preach Lordship Salvation!” Oh yes he does, the Bible says, because he sinfully bids Godspeed to the corrupt Harvest Baptist Church on Guam (who are hardcore BJU graduates and false teachers of the Devil's lie of Lordship Salvation).

Kindly said, these people in the BJU camp, including their alumni at Harvest Baptist Church on Guam, are evil. I mean that! They are good people (as far as sinners go), but they are evil in the sense that they use, promote and defend the Devil's corrupt Bible versions, the Devil's damnable falsehood of Lordship Salvation, and the Devil's lie of turn “from your sinful lifestyle” to be saved. It is tragic that the leaders at Harvest Baptist Church on Guam just don't care!!!

Pastor Jack Hyles is so right, we need to get back to separation in our churches and Bible colleges. RIGHT DOCTRINE MATTERS!!!

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