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Aug 14 2017

Ingo Breuer

Biblical Manhood | What God wants the father to be like

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Many times this lost world tries to paint a certain picture of what a father is supposed to be like. Many people don’t know because of broken homes they never experienced the father’s love and guidance. The secular culture of anti-christian feminist ideology reduces the father’s role to a monthly payment of guaranteed income but does not give the father role in leading the home and guiding the child’s heart. Values are no longer being transferred from parents / church to child but from governemnt to child. As a society people are called to repent of such false concepts and return to what the Bible says. Modern churches nowadays don’t know anymore what a true Christian father or mother is supposed to act like anyway so if they ever meet one they make sure to run him off because – after all – true Christianity is too “outdated” and “old-fashioned” for the modern crowd.

Here is a list of some Biblical character traits of a father. I want to keep it short, so you can read all of it right way:

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Jul 30 2017

Ingo Breuer

That’s Against The Law

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When people break the law because of the fear of God. What it means to obey God rather than man because of our faith and our fear of God. That becomes more and more necessary as government fails to abide by a firm standard of what is good and what is evil. Do you have an authority of who defines good and evil? We have a King James Bible!

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May 25 2017

Ingo Breuer

The Life and Death of Captain John Birch – “The War-Weary Farmer”

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Little known artifacts at the Warner Robins Museum of Aviation in Georgia about the life and death of John Birch including his insightful essay “The War Weary Farmer”. John Birch came to China as a Baptist missionary but as WWII intensified he joined the Army Air Force and worked as an intelligence officer to rescue US troops and guide planes. As a soldier he continued his work in preaching, witnessing and ministering the gospel. John befriended and loved the Chinese people. He was brutally killed by Chinese communists 10 days after the end of WWII. This video contains John’s essay “The War Weary Farmer”.

May 28, 2017 would have been John Birch’s 99th birthday.

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May 01 2016

Ingo Breuer

Worship God. Not the Stars!

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When John the Revelator began to worship an angel he was told twice not to do itbut rather worship God (Rev. 19:10 and 22:9). When the people at Lystra began to worship the apostles after a miracle healing the apostles told them not to do that because they were men of like passions (Acts 14:6-18). What is it that causes people to worship people but not God? In Acts 8:9-24 we read if a sorcerer that bewitched the people and had the people worship him as if he was some great one. Until the apostels came and preached the truth and sent this sorcerer home unemployed. What is it that causes people to worship stars and celebrities? The worship certain politicians as if they were the embodiment of a messiah who brings change and transformation. They listen to what their favorite celebrity rockstar or actress is saying on political, moral, social and spiritual issues as if they were qualified to speak on such issues and deserving of attention and obedience. But will they listen to a God-called, Holy Spirit anointed preacher? And what happens when the most wicked rock singer dies? Why they preach him into heaven for something “spiritual” he or she said years ago. Let’s face it: We live in a time of idolatry where we have become worshipers of people that we regard as stars and celebrities.

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