ITCHING EAR TEACHERS

The hour has come in this world where the masses do not desire to hear sound doctrine. They are excited about hearing motivational messages, preachers preaching about blessings and you are next in line rather than hearing scriptural truths that will change, enhance and save you. We have too many preachers giving puffy messages rather than preaching about seeking the Kingdom of GOD first. Preachers that at every chance ask the people for money based upon lies they preach about sowing and reaping and about tithing.

There was a time, after the Azusa street revival when the multitude was eager go to church to worship and to learn about GOD and the gospel. Then the church misinterpreted the scripture, “To the weak became I as weak, that I might gain the weak: I am made all things to all men, that I might by all means save some.” This is  saying to the sickly, feeble, I became as the feeble in order to win them over to GOD. Paul understood that we have an High Priest that was touched with the feeling of our infirmities and Paul was displaying how he understood their infirmities. Instead the church became flesh to win flesh, using the scripture deceitfully.

The Word enlightened us that people will seek after teachers after their own lust, what they desire, teachers that have itching ears. The masses no longer seek teachers that ministers the doctrine of Yeshua Hamashiach. The masses seek leaders that are famous, people that have scratchy lifestyles, people that will tickle your ears, make them laugh. This scripture has truly come to fruition in today’s society. People want to be entertained by preachers rather than hearing the good news of the gospel of Jesus The Messiah.

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