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Megachurch Pastor Worried His Preaching Came Off Too Preachy

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MADISON, TN—After completing his fifth and final sermon of the morning Sunday, celebrity pastor Zane Wilder of Greenacres Community Church reportedly fretted backstage that he had come off “too preachy,” reports confirmed. “I started calling for faith and repentance and everything. Really, Zane? Repentance? Ugh,” he lamented in the green room after service. “I sounded […]

 

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Yes that could be a real problem for a mega church pastor to come across as too preachy. If he continues he will not have a mega church anymore

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I don't agree with the use of these megachurches. It would seem to me that the pull of popularity would infringe on the purity of God's message.

 

I see the grin of the Cheshire cat of Catholicism slowly appearing in the backdrop.

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These mega churches appeal to the flesh. Health,wealth and prosperity. Purity of doctrine has no place in them.If they were to preach the truth they would be sure to empty their churches.

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These mega churches appeal to the flesh. Health,wealth and prosperity. Purity of doctrine has no place in them.If they were to preach the truth they would be sure to empty their churches.

 

As I have come to know Christ I have become aware of these prosperity churches that have sprung up. I even was listening to a preacher, over the airwaves preach a sermon that he actually, from the pulpit starting advertising for a financial firm, I geuss the place was Christian owned, but the fact that he used a sermon to promote this place immeadiatly turned me off. I subsequently turned off the channel, I was so upset.

 

I think now I know what Jesus felt when he saw the money changers in his father's house.

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