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Is Your Sunday Sermon Being Scripted Like The Nightly News?

David Rhoades

My former church has changed. It started out as a church of Christ that worshipped God in reverence for some 60 years.

Today it's worship services are apparently scripted for theatrical appearance. It's worship services are about what sounds good, what looks good, and what events will draw the most people.

This has become apparent, especially after one of the members made available what appears to be the choreograph to one of the Sunday services. This document shows who stands where, and who claps when, along with the scripted oohs and ayahs.

It's show business in every since of the word.

While looking over this document I noticed the sermon message looked interesting, so I tried to find it posted on the web to read.

What I discovered was that this same sermon was apparently available for sale on the web.

Apparently the preacher at the church didn't write this sermon, he bought it.

That's right, for $99 per year, a preacher can get his sermon at a preacher resource site. If you preach 52 sermons per year that puts the cost per sermon at $1.90.

Now, considering the annual pay of a lot of these mega church preachers these days is easily $100,000, that puts the per weekly sermon cost at $1923. (plus the $1.90, of course)

All of a sudden it hit me! A talking head, an expensive talking head. That's what many of the preachers today have become. As they stand there before their microphone, and in front of their membership and TV cameras, they are no different than the news broadcasters on the nightly news.

I have studied how the nightly news is scripted right down to the line. Their sole job is to read the script in a manner that seems authentic and professional, and to look good.

If you have watched the below video "Behind The Big News" then you know that the news media has been controlled since the early 1900s. The controllers goal is to usher you into a "New World Order"

That seems to be what's happening in todays church as well. The preachers are preaching from predefined scripts. Intentionally ecumenical in nature to be generic and shallow enough to be given at any church regardless of their doctrine.

I wonder what the members of my old church of Christ would think, if they knew that their new preacher was giving them the same sermon that is being preached in many of the denominations down the street?

The controllers goal is to control the churches like they control the news.

All the better to control you.

This has all been planned and scripted through the World Council of Churches and the Ecumenical Council of the United Nations.

Getting the world ready for the "One World Church".

Yes, it will be a marriage NOT made in Heaven.

The "One World Government" and the "One World Church".

Watch the video;
Behind The Big News

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