Taking the Word to the World

Doctrines become roots in our lives. They provide us with a strong anchor. No one wants to be a tree without roots, or a house built on the sand.

People, churches, and organizations can drift from the truth. One man made a remark to a friend that a Christian college was now teaching all the branches of learning.

His young friend responded, “Yes, it now has all of the branches and none of the roots.”

It is possible to teach and preach things that are only branches of the tree—non-essential but what people like to hear. It is imperative to preach on subjects that are roots and anchors of Christianity.

“If ye continue in the faith grounded and settled, and be not moved away from the hope of the gospel, which ye have heard, and which was preached to every creature which is under heaven; whereof I Paul am made a minister” (Colossians 1:23).

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Comments on: "Do You Have Branches or Roots?" (2)

  1. Emmanuel Sam said:

    sir, you are being just too prophetic. what you said here is exactly what the so-called morden days pentecostals are doing they never mine about the Apostolic doctrine with the true foundation. Their interest is all about making many branches just for money reasons neglecting the doctrinal truth which is the real root of the petecost mrssage preached by Peter the man with the key.

  2. well i guess

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