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Description: The testimony in this video is all too common for Calvinists. Even those that supposedly preach against sin actually live compromised lives that do not exhibit the life of Christ. This is due to men living by the theology of men instead of by the Spirit of God. Unfortunately he is another victim of Calvinism and its powerlessness over sin. Calvinists need our prayers so they can be saved from sin and Calvinism, thus living a life that is pleasing to our Lord Jesus Christ.

For those asking, the reason I did not name the man in question is because the video is about how weak and powerless Calvinism is in the lives of even its most famous preachers. It is not specifically about this individual, rather about the belief system as a whole and how men need the true grace of God in their lives to live victorious lives in Christ. My heart grieves for this man and all others bound by Calvinism, those who have allowed the traditions of men cut them off from the saving grace of God. This should grieve our hearts and cause us to want to see these souls saved. Please pray for those in Calvinism so that they can come to the knowledge of the truth and receive the grace of God in their lives.






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