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5 months 4 weeks ago - 5 months 4 weeks ago #41 by Born Again Christians
The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God. They are corrupt, they have done abominable works (iniquity), there is none that doeth good. (Psalms 14:1)

This article will expose and shed light on the fact that the Salvation Army is a secretive organisation.

What this passage of the Bible says is that God wants us to know that He exists and is not willing to let anyone get away with compromise, for to compromise would mean you are hiding behind a lie. Such a person declares that there is a God but lives as if God didn’t exist, or that he simply isn’t bothered. Though they may engage in charitable works, God does not consider their deeds righteous, in fact (as the prophet Isaiah wrote), their works are as filthy menstrual (Hebrew: iddah) rags (Hebrew: beged) (Isaiah 64:6) strongs reference filthy H5708 and rags H899.
The Masonic Order is one such example. To be a Mason one must accept that there is a God, and engage in philanthropic endeavours, yet the very nature of Freemasonry is shrouded in secrecy, occultic rituals and, at its highest levels is, according to some of it’s highest ranking leaders, Luciferian. These are fools that hide behind a lie (as if there were no God, or that he simply wasn’t bothered) to justify their abominable works/iniquities.

They think by doing good works they will gain favour from the Lord, yet they choose to compromise the gospel in the name of humanitarian aid. Thus, they become futile in their deeds, and their good works are not accounted as righteous because they have forsaken the very things that God has said.

Having dealings with the occult the Bible says:

”For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft, and stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry.” (1 Sam. 15:23)
The Salvation Army does not come without its scandals such as the sexual abuse of Children in Australia.

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