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Take The Test.biz

This page will expand to many tests on different subjects.  For now let's begin with, "The Test"  don't be surprised you will fail, The Test.

The Test

 "Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly are ravening wolves. Ye shall know them by their fruits." Matthew 7:13 - Jesus of Nazareth.

 

HOW TO TAKE THIS TEST

  You do not need to take the entire test then rank your score.  It is recommended that you read each question, mark your multiple-choice answer and then look up the correct answer immediately.  This way you will learn as you progress with The Test and you will become enlightened and begin to see what is truly going on inside of your church and in your life.  Let’s begin.

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THE TEST QUESTIONS

 

1.  In the past month I distributed by my own hand thirty gospel tracts so people may find and read them.

A: True.

B: False.

 

2.  When my pastor preaches he instills within me a burning desire to seek out and save the lost.

A: True.

B: False.

 

3.  Everyone at church is so excited about who they shared the gospel with last week.

A: True.

B: False.

 

4.  My pastor teaches me how to seek out and save the lost.

A: True.

B: False.

 

5.  The Lord Jesus in the Bible told me to go to church each week.

A: True.

B: False.

 

 

6.  The Bible says that pastors are to purchase, build or rent buildings and to call it a church.

A: True.

B: False.

 

7.  My pastor rarely preaches about the bad things Jesus said.

A: True.

B: False.

 

8.  I have been taught by my pastor that I can not backslide and lose my salvation.

A: True.

B: False.

 

9.  My pastor collects tithe money from me.

A: True.

B: False.

 

10.  Jesus and the apostles collected tithe money from Christian believers.

A: True.

B: False.

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11.  I can never be cut off the vine and be thrown into the furnace.

A: True.

B: False.

 

12.  I only have to obey my pastor and not Jesus to get into heaven.

A: True.

B: False.

 

13. Only churchgoers can get into heaven.  Those who don't go to church are not saved and going to hell.

A: True.

B: False.

 

14.  Fellowship takes place at our church where I learn from others how to be a fruitful Christian saving the lost.

A:  True.

B:  False

 

15.  For as many as are led by their church pastor they are the sons of God.

A: True.

B: False.

 

16.  Sin does not lead to eternal punishment to the Christian.

A: True.

B: False.

 

17. My church teaches the "once saved always saved" doctrine.

A: True.

B: False.

 

18.  My pastor often warns us of false pastors teaching heresies and even names names.

A: True.

B: False.

 

19.  My pastor preaches sermons teaching me how to go into the world to seek and to save the lost.

A: True.

B: False.

 

20.  When I read the Bible I am often convicted of my shortcomings and my failure to daily reach out to strangers telling them of the Good News of the Bible.

A: True.

B: False.

 

21.  Jesus and the apostles taught us Christians to tithe in the Holy Bible.

A: True.

B: False.

 

22.  A crucifix and an image of Jesus are not idols and are permissible to be displayed in the church or at home.

A: True.

B: False.

 

23. Our pastor says his church building is the church and the house of God.

A: True.

B: False.

 

24.  My pastor rarely preaches what Jesus said for us to do. For example he avoids preaching Jesus’ warning that if you do not gather, you scatter and become his enemy.

A: True.

B: False.

 

25. My pastor wears robes or clothing that sets him apart from the laity.

A: True.

B: False.

 

26. Our church has a choir.

A: True.

B: False.

 

27.  I can't interrupt or ask my pastor a question when he is preaching a sermon.

A: True.

B: False.

 

28.  In truth, fellowshipping with Christians in the pews near or far I find it difficult to fellowship with them.

A: True.

B: False.

 

29.  The Bible says the Lord’s Supper is not to be partaken publically and it means not to do it in a church building.

A: True.

B: False.

 

30.  My pastor urges us almost weekly to attend community events and to make certain our pockets are filled with gospel tracts and to leave them where the lost may find them

A: True.

B: False.

 

31. My church decorates trees in the Christmas season.

A: True.

B: False.

 

32. My pastor has frequently recommended books that expose apostate churches and teachings in his sermons and newsletters.

A: True.

B: False.

 

33.  My pastor told me to read Deceivers and False Prophets Among Us by Todd Tomasella.

A: True.

B: False.

 

34. My pastor told me to read The Lost Gospel of John and The Lost Gospel of James.

A: True.

B: False.

 

35.  My pastor informs and warns of the precise methods used by cults and dishonest pastors.

A: True.

B: False.

 

36. My pastor warns us about the dangers of Christian psychological councilors.

A: True.

B: False.

 

37.  I know for a fact beyond doubt I am not an apostate Christian.

A: True.

B: False.

 

38.  After Judas betrayed Jesus he committed suicide by hanging himself.

A: True.

B: False.

 

39.  To be a Christian is to be Christ-like and to go to church each week.

A: True.

B: False.

 

40.  I believe in the absolute authority of the Bible, but I do not have to share the gospel to the lost.

A: True.

B: False.

 

41.  My pastor has an endless supply of sermons and most all of them focus on subjects that fail to inspire us to go out and proclaim the gospel to others.

A: True.

B: False.

 

42.  I have witnessed the gospel to more than three strangers last week.

A: True.

B: False.

 

43.  I have witnessed the gospel to more than twelve strangers last month.

A: True.

B: False.

 

44.  I have no training on how to witness the gospel to people in my daily travels.

A: True.

B: False.

 

45.  I have witnessed the gospel to more than three strangers last week.

A: True.

B: False.

 

46.  I fulfill Jesus' command to proclaim the gospel when I invite a person to come visit my church.

A: True.

B: False.

 

47.  Most of the thoughts I have each day revolve around what I want and need to do, not about what God wants me to do for Him. 

A:

B:

 

48.  My pastor never told me it is a criminal act against God to not share the gospel to the lost each day for I am guilty of souls being damned to hell.

A: True.

B: False.

 

49.  If my pastor is judged wrong regarding his teachings at judgment day I will be judged guilty of heresy along with him.

A: True.

B: False.

 

 

50.  To be a good Christian I should say to strangers I meet, "God bless you" and really mean it.

A: True.

B: False. 

 

51.  My pastor always reminds me that if I fail to share the gospel Jesus will consider me his enemy.

A: True.

B: False.

 

52.  My pastor preaches that he teaches us the Word of God.

A: True.

B: False.

 

53.  I know I am contending for the faith once delivered to the saints because I am very active in exposing false religions and warning churchgoers of false teachers in the pulpits.

A:  True.

B:  False.

 

54.  Satan hates to see the lost get saved.

A: True.

B: False.

 

55.  Satan would certainly scold me for my efforts last week to save the lost for Christ.

A: True.

B: False.

 

56.  My pastor preaches how Satan introduces a different gospel, a different Jesus, a different heavenly Father and a different Holy Spirit enters a church and takes over deceiving all.

A: True.

B: False.

 

57.  Jesus picked highly educated pastors to be his disciples except Judas who was a biblically illiterate fool.

A: True.

B: False.

 

58.  I believe most all members of my church love Jesus, but they do not go around witnessing and sharing the gospel.

A: True.

B: False.

 

59. Will you stop going to church in order to follow Jesus?

A: Yes.

B: No.

 

60.  I am allergic to the truth.  I believe my pastor is right and my Bible is wrong.

A: True.

B: False.

 

61.  My pastor focuses a lot of his sermons on the Gospel of James urgings to do more good works and save the lost by sharing the gospel.

A: True.

B: False.

 

62.  To bear good fruit one must attend weekly church worship services.

A: True.

B: False.

 

63. My pastor tells us often to destroy pictures of Jesus hanging on the walls of our homes.

A: True.

B: False.

 

64.  I am doing my best to imitate Jesus to be like him.

A: True.

B: False.

 

65.  It is not right to judge others.

A: True.

B: False.

 

66.  I have tried to inspire others in my church to leave gospel tracts around town, but they have no desire to do so.

A: True.

B: False.

 

67.  My pastor has kidnapped Jesus and his gospel.

A: True.

B: False.

 

68.  My pastor signed a document not to preach certain subjects in the Bible.

A: True.

B: False.

 

69.  I love gospel tracts. I use them every day to reach the lost with the gospel.

A: True.

B: False.

 

70.  My conscience whispers to me,"Ye knew your duty to boldly proclaim the gospel to the lost and ye did not do it.  Ye failed to act.  Ye neglected Christ."

A: True.

B: False.

 

71. I dream up ways how I can spread the gospel and I share my ideas with fellow church members and my pastor.  I show them how to do it.

A: True.

B: False.

 

72.  I am familiar with Osterhus Publishing House.

A: True.

B: False.

 

73.  Every day I am trying to expose false religions and lying pastors who are perverting the true gospel.  

A: True.

B: False.

 

74. I am very concerned about what my pastor omits from his preaching than what he actually is preaching. 

A: True.

B: False.

 

75.  Bible says we are to go to church to hear pastors give sermons.

A: True.

B: False.

 

76.  Satan and his fallen angels believe in God, but they will not obey Him.

A: True.

B: False.

 

77.  I now question what I do, what I believe and I do doubt my pastor's teachings.

A: True.

B: False.

 

78. Jesus told us to build church buildings and employ pastors to manage these churches. 

A: True.

B: False.

 

79.  I am now going to read Christian apostasy books to see if I am a true Christian Biblically and I am not being deceived by any man or denomination.  I will find a list of these books at JamesRussellPublishing.com 

A: True.

B: False.

 

80.  Let God be true and every pastor a liar.

A: True.

B: False.

 

81.  I do not have to listen to the warnings spouted by Christian Biblical Fundamentalist.

A: True.

B: False.

 

82. I have warned at least one churchgoer each week to stop obeying their pastor and start obeying Jesus.  I tell them to go share the gospel to the lost.

A: True.

B: False.

 

83.  I am a hypocrite.  I go to church each week and I do not save souls each day.

A: True.

B: False.

 

84.  I believe I do not have to share the gospel to people I meet every day.

A: True.

B: False.

 

85.  I endeavor to win other souls for Christ and serve him with all my heart.

A: True.

B: False.

 

86.  I am beginning to see that I am not doing the job Jesus wants me to do.  I am doing what my pastor wants me to do.  And for some strange reason he does not want, urge, teach or give me motivation to reach the lost for Christ.  When I leave church I do what other churchgoers do and that is we don't go forth on fire for God to preach the gospel to those heading to hell.

A: True.

B: False.

 

87. The biggest mission field are churchgoers controlled by church pastors and being taught how to disobey God.

A: True.

B: False.

 

88. On judgment day I can say to Jesus, "I did what you told me to do." 

A: True.

B: False.

 

89.  Going to church makes me feel clean and pleasing to God.

A: True.

B: False.

 

90.  A demon can masquerade himself to be an angel.

A: True.

B: False.

 

91.  My pastor never told me to read, "The Lie of the Ages" book.

A: True.

B: False.

 

92.  My pastor is the shepherd of our church and is ordained by God to be in authority over us.

A: True.

B: False.

 

93.   I am a Roman Catholic, a Mormon, a Jehovah Witness or a member of a liberal homosexual permissible church and I am saved because I believe in Jesus Christ.

A: True.

B: False.

 

94. There are homosexuals in my church.

A: True.

B: False.

 

95.  I have noticed on television and in my church pastors preach outstanding sermons, but all who hear these sermons are still not on fire to go save the lost for Christ.  They don't even have gospel tracts on their person.

A: True.

B: False.

 

96.  My pastor enjoys preaching on how I can get things from God.

A: True.

B: False.

 

97.  There seems to be more joy in my church than fear.

A: True.

B: False.

 

98. This test focuses a lot on churchgoers not being seen in public places proclaiming the gospel.

A: True.

B: False.

 

99. When I hear a pastor sharing his dream, his goal, his desire I am easily swayed to believe this man of God needs my help.

A: True.

B: False.

 

100. My pastor very much like Jesus preaches more about hell and judgment and punishment in his weekly sermons.

A: True.

B: False.

 

101. When my pastor preaches I, and most who hear him, are biting at the bit to go share Jesus' gospel to the lost.

A: True.

B: False.

 

102.  My pastor is my master.

A: True.

B: False.

 

103. I would give up going to church to serve the Lord and to serve Him alone.

A: True.

B: False.

 

104.  I love my pastor.  I can not betray him.

A: True.

B: False.

 

105.  My pastor assures me I am saved and going to heaven.

A: True.

B: False.

 

106.  I am true to God.

A: True.

B: False.

 

107.  I will not go save the lost today or tomorrow.

A: True.

B: False.

 

108.  My pastor blesses us when we go to church.

A: True.

B: False.

 

109.  My pastor always preaches of the war raging in the streets and he urges us church members to go fight to win souls for Christ.

A: True.

B: False.

 

110.  I am a protestant and I am daily distributing gospel literature exposing false religions.  I frequently warn Catholics, Mormons and Jehovah Witnesses in and around my home town and nearby cities.  I believe Christ wants us all to share the gospel.

A: True.

B: False.

 

111.  My pastor lets illegal aliens become church members. 

A: True.

B: False.

 

112.  The unwritten manifesto in our church is best seen by the actions, inactions and the topic of interest of our church membership and it is clearly seen that few, if any, are burning on fire to share the gospel to the lost and urge their fellow believers in our church to join with them.

A: True.

B: False.

 

113. The Bible teaches I should quit church attendance and church membership.

A: True.

B: False.

 

114.  I have read FEA.org gospel tracts, "Unfaithful Under shepherds" and "Is It Right To Judge.”

A: True.

B: False.

 

115.  I would have to admit that our church membership is a bit intimidated and fearful of our pastor and few dare to challenge his sermons and teaching.

A: True.

B: False.

 

116.  I wear demonic T-shirts like other members of my church and my pastor does not refrain us.

A: True.

B: False.

 

117.  Tomorrow I will not go leave gospel tracts.

A: True.

B: False.

 

118.  I refuse to leave gospel tracts and none will be distributed this week by me because I do not have to share the gospel to the lost.

A: True.

B: False.

 

119.  My allegiance and my loyalty is to Jesus.

A: True.

B: False.

 

120.  My pastor preaches more about hell than I believe is necessary and he pleads with us to go save the lost.

A: True.

B: False.

 

121.  I fear my pastor.

A: True.

B: False.

 

122.  My pastor is like a prophet proclaiming the Word of God to the people.

A: True.

B: False.

 

123. My pastor teaches more about how much God loves us than he warns of God's wrath. 

A: True.

B: False.

 

124.  The members of my church are hard working and very busy winning others to Christ.

A: True.

B: False.

 

125.  The Bible teaches if you stop going to church you lose God's protection and the wolves will get you.

A: True.

B: False.

 

126.  My pastor wants me to learn the truth so he strongly recommends I read books written by Christian Biblical fundamentalists. 

A: True.

B: False.

 

127.  My pastor prays for revivals to happen.

A: True.

B: False.

 

128.  My pastor instructs his church members to earnestly contend for the faith once given to the saints by exposing false teachings, false teachers, false pastors and false religions.

A: True.

B: False.

 

129.  My pastor preaches what Jesus taught, "He that is not with me is against me; and he that gathereth not with me scattereth abroad."  Matthew 12:30.

A: True.

B: False.

 

130. Have you ever questioned that the Jesus your pastor talks about just might be a different Jesus than the Jesus of the Bible?

A: True.

B: False.

 

131.  Your pastor directs, leads, manages, changes and creates programs for your church.

A: True.

B: False.

 

132.  I have witnessed new converts on fire for the Lord desiring to share the good news of the gospel, but they all eventually calm down and become more focused on church affairs.

A: True.

B: False.

 

133.  Jesus died on Friday and he rose from the dead on Easter Sunday.

A: True.

B: False.

 

134.  Your pastor teaches the once saved always saved doctrine. 

A: True.

B: False.

 

135.  I am a protestant and I do not warn Catholics, Mormons, Jehovah Witnesses they are in a false religion on a weekly basis.

A: True.

B: False.

 

136.  I have gospel tracts on my person daily.

A: True.

B: False.

 

137.  Is it right to judge?

A: We never have the right to judge.

B: Only God can judge, not us.

C: Both A and B

D: The Bible is clear we are to judge others.

 

138. The promises in the Bible are for the churchgoers.

A: True.

B: False.

 

139. You must never witness or do ministry without your pastor’s permission.

A: True.

B: False.

 

140. I do not need to obey Jesus because I am saved and going to heaven.

A: True.

B: False.

 

141.  I believe it is okay not to share the gospel to the lost because it is not my calling.

A: True.

B: False.

 

142.  The retired members in my church display an excellent example to us all how persistent they are to reach the lost for Christ for they leave gospel literature daily in their travels and they teach and urge us to do the same.

A: True.

B: False.

 

143.  It is considered that giving money to our church is giving money to the Lord.

A: True.

B: False.

 

144.  The purpose of the church is to worship.

A:  True.

B:  False.

 

145.  God resides inside a church building.

A:  True.

B:  False.

 

146.  We have a worship leader in our church.

A:  True.

B:  False.

 

147.  I have read the books, “The Apostasy Devotional” and “Walking With the Lord” published by JamesRussellPublishing.com.

A:  True.

B:  False.

 

148.  I must ask my pastor’s or my church elder’s permission before I begin a personal ministry to share the gospel to the lost.

A:  True.

B:  False.

  

 

THE TEST ANSWERS - WITH EXPLANATIONS

 

1 – Sharing the gospel is the least on your mind.  This is the fruit of the modern last day church.  The Answer should be A.

 

2 – You know he doesn't.  The Answer most churchgoers select is B, but it should be A.

 

3 – Answer chosen is usually B, but it should be A.  It is amazing this subject matter is avoided in church.  Listen up and see if this is true in your church.  Is your church apostate?  Are you sure?  Have you read apostasy books to be certain?

4 – Answer is B but should be A.  Pastors are not interested.  Imagine that!

 

5 – Answer is B, but you would think it was A as Churchianity has taken over Christianity.

 

6 – Answer is B.  The Bible never authorizes building church buildings.

 

7 – Answer is A, but should be B.  Pastors do not preach the entire Bible anymore.  Only the nice and good things are preached in the pulpit.  Examine your pastor’s sermons.

 

8 –Answer is A, but should be B.  Jesus said you can deny him and also backslide and go to hell.  Read all the gospels and you will see the warnings.  Read books about the apostasy in churches.

 

9 – Answer is A, but should be B.  Pastors have no Biblical authority to take tithes.  Read the article, “The Tithe Lie” article at JamesRussellPublishing.com Beware.  The Bible never authorizes pastors to beg for money to fulfill his ministry.  He (and other believers) is supposed to be teaching you how to go save the lost and show you how to do good works.  That is the purpose of the church.  Today, pastors hijack churches and kidnap the Bible to make money for themselves.  Wise up to them or you will fall at their knees!   Even the apostles had no such gall to make such wild claims to lay hold of God’s tithe money, but pastors today brazenly and shamelessly step in and take that tithe money for themselves and think nothing of it.  They rob God for they have no authority to take that money.  Pastors are not Levites!  There is no New Testament Biblical example of “pastors” taking tithes or money offerings.  Who gave these pastors this money-grabbing authority?  God sure didn't.  They are scamming and fleecing the innocent and the Lord too.  Tithing is Old Testament and meant for the Jew, not the Christian.  The apostles never collected a 10% tithe or took 10% of anything.  Read the Bible and find out for yourself that this is true.  Are you being duped by your pastor?

  

10 – You would think the answer would be A, but it is actually B.  No tithes were taken or asked for by Jesus or any apostle.  Read your New Testament Bible and see for yourself.

 

11 – Pastors preach the answer is A, but it is really B.  You can backslide.  Jesus said so.

 

12 – Read Luke 6:46. Problem is Churchgoers answer this question as "False" but they obey their pastor, not Jesus. You may have selected answer B and you are right if you did, but why do you believe answer A?  Who are you really obeying?  Did Jesus tell you to go to church each week?  No, but you do because your pastor tells you that you must do so or you will backslide.  This is unbiblical teaching being disguised as truth.

 

13 – B is the correct answer.  The thief on the cross never attended church but got to heaven.  The New Testament Bible not once says to go to church or to go to church each week.  Read your Bible!

 

14 – Answer should be A, but it is B.  There is little to no fellowshipping going on between believers.  The pastor is fellowshipping to the congregants using his sermon message and nobody is really learning how to do good works or proclaim the gospel to the lost.  Pastor worshipping is actually taking place inside most every church today. 

15 – Answer is B, pastor should not be leading.  The Holy Spirit should be leading.  Read Romans 8:14.  Trouble is pastors claim Holy Spirit is leading, but it is actually them doing all the leading and making all the decisions.  Beware.

 

16 – Most will select answer A, but the true answer is B.  There are many Christians in apostate religions and false churches being led astray by their pastor and elders.  They claim they are Christian and they even believe in Jesus, but Saint Paul gave many warnings about being deceived and so did Jesus.  Make sure you are not deceived.

 

17 – Answer is B.  Read the book Lie of the Ages for it clearly points out dozens of Bible verses to prove that “once saved always saved” preaching is a false teaching.

 

18 – The answer should be A, but most will select B because their pastor is mute on this subject matter and he certainly will not name the names to identify false preachers and religions in town.  Saint Paul named the names of deceivers to warn the saints so it is a Biblical thing to do.

 

19 – The correct answer is A, but most will select B because pastors will not teach you how to go save the lost for they don’t even know how to do it themselves.  If you selected answer A, then you are very fortunate, but make sure then that you do the good work and not be just a hearer of the Word of God.  Be a doer and do it every day!

 

20 – A is the correct answer.

 

21 – Answer is B.  Jesus when he spoke of tithing he was speaking to a Jew, not a Christian.  Jews must tithe not Christians.  This is why tithing was never mentioned by Jesus or the apostles when speaking to Christians.  Read our free article, The Tithe Lie at JamesRussellPublishing.com to learn the truth about tithing. 

 

22 – Answer is B. Second Commandment says they are idols.  If God despises idols then why do  you display them in your car, on your person or inside your home?  Get rid of them into the trash.  Do not expect the Lord to bless you, your home or answer your prayers with such monstrosities living beside you.

 

23 – Answer is B.  A church building is not a church (people are the church) and God says in the Bible He does not dwell in buildings made by man.  So beware of pastors claiming that when you go to church you are meeting with God.  Read your Bible!

 

24 – Answer is A.  You won’t hear a pastor saying such negative things in his church.  Have you asked yourself why?  You will find many subjects being totally ignored by pastors today.  They are preaching a different gospel and another Jesus than what you find in the Holy Bible. Read Matthew 12:30.

 

25 – Answer may be A.  Beware of pastors wearing religious garb that serves to elevate his status over those in attendance of the church.  Jesus scolded such people for wearing such fine religious clothing, so why is your pastor doing it?  Where in the Bible does it give him such an elevated status and authority to do so?  Beware of those wearing religious costumes!

26 – Answer is likely A, but it is not Biblical.  Professional choir entertains and effectively silences singing by the church members and controls what is or is not sung suppressing fellowship participation.  The sheep become observers to applaud the performance.  A choir, what you consider normal is actually a ploy to take your voice away and to effectively silence you.

 

27 – Answer is A.  Sermons are not Biblical and pastors are never authorized to preach sermons.  If you read your Bible you will discover pastors doing a lot of things they are not authorized or required or expected to do according to the Bible.  It is like they have a license to do anything they want to do and that is how they take over a church to control and rule over it.

 

28 – Answer is A.  All is controlled by the pastor so all eyes are cast forward to see and to hear him alone and fellowshipping is not permitted during his church service.  The Bible never authorized such control.  People are to freely mingle and speak, but not in the modern church.

 

29 – Answer is A.  Yes, shocking, but true.  The New Testament clearly states this is not to be performed when Christians meet together.  So why do pastors insist otherwise we must all meet at his church building to partake in the Lord’s Supper?  Pastors are unbiblically manipulating and controlling people.

 

30 – Answer is B.  Your pastor believes saving the lost and doing good works on a “daily” basis is a low priority, yet Jesus and his apostles say’s it is the highest priority.  Who are you going to believe?  Who will you obey?  Obey your pastor not Jesus?

 

31 – Answer is A.  Most all churches do!   God says in Jeremiah to not decorate trees as the pagans do.  That means no tree for your home too.  Open your eyes and you will see the disobedience your pastor performs and teaches.  Most all modern churches are apostate, lukewarm, fallen away churches.  The Bible says to come out from them!

 

32 – Answer is B.  Your pastor could care less to obey the Bible and blow the trumpet to warn the sheep of danger.  It is his duty, yet he dares to ignore God.  He will not recommend you to read books on church apostasy because it will expose his own fraudulent activities and false teachings.  Jesus gave you a warning that many will be led astray.  He said; “Be not deceived.” That is your responsibility!  Go read all the books you can about false prophets, false teachers, false churches, apostate churches, etc.

 

33 – Answer is B.  You know your pastor has not done so!  He will not warn you of danger.

 

34 – Answer is B.  You know your pastor has not done so!  He is a silent pastor.

 

35 – Answer is B.  Your pastor is deliberately keeping you in his darkness.  Why is he avoiding such Biblical subjects?  Saint Paul exposed, but your pastor conceals.  Beware!

 

36 – Answer is B.  Read the PsychoHeresy Newsletter.  Ask for a sample copy from 4137 Primavera Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93110 PsychoHeresy Awareness Ministries.  Pastors are now in the psychology business charging fees to help people.  This is a completely unbiblical activity.  Just another scam pastors are running to sheer the sheep of their money.

 

37 – Answer is B.  Until you read apostasy books you are blinded by Satan and his angel of light deceivers for the deceived know not they are deceived.  Read the books then you will know the truth.  You will be in for a shock!  I too once was apostate and I did not know it. I had to read apostasy books to realize how the Bible is being misinterpreted by the modern day church teachings. The Bible says these deceivers will be ministers and will be dressed in sheep clothing.  It means church pastors!  Hirelings!  The trusted leaders in our church will be the ones who are doing the deceiving.

 

38 – Answer is B.  He was not hanged.  He leaped to his death falling headlong and burst asunder spilling his bowels out.  Read Acts 1:15.  Once-saved-always-saved doctrine didn’t work!

 

39 – Answer is B.  Jesus did not “go to church” each week as you do.  Jesus never told anyone to “go to church” or to “attend church worship services each week.”  Pastors have created a new rule, a new law, a new belief that we must all go to church each week.  The Bible has no such command.  The Bible does not even suggest it.  If weekly church attendance was so important why is this never mentioned in the New Testament Bible by Jesus or his apostles?  Read your Bible and you will see this is true.

 

40 – Answer is B.  You must share the gospel.  It is your Christian duty.  However, your pastor will not teach you or encourage you to obey the Lord.  He really only wants you to keep coming back to his church each week.  The duty of the church is to “prepare” the saints to obey the Lord and perform good works.  Your pastor is in direct opposition to the Lord and he is teaching you how to disobey the Lord.  This is why none to few in your church have a desire to share the gospel to the lost or even leave gospel tracts in town so they can be found.  Beware of trees bearing no fruit.  Jesus cursed the tree that bore no fruit and it withered up unable to bear any fruit!  Are you withered up too?  Remember, Jesus said he will cut you off the vine if you do not bear fruit.  Most churchgoers have already been cut off the vine. 

 

41– Answer is A.  Your pastor reveals his priorities through his sermon selections.  He will not preach to you on how to obey Jesus to go share the gospel.  No, he rather teach you how to get things from God.  He will teach you how to be blessed by God and get Him to serve you!  He teaches how to get God’s promises, but never will he teach you how to go save the lost and be diligent about it each and every day!  He may tell you that inviting people to his church is saving the lost, but it is not saving anybody; that is just recruiting new church members!  The church is filled to the brim with lukewarm pew-warmers already lost and cast from the vine.  Jesus said he will vomit such followers out of his mouth.  That is not a saved condition!

42– You know the answer is B.  If you are like most churchgoers all you do is go to church, pray, sing, think about God, but you do not obey God and do His will.  You are only obeying your pastor not Jesus.  Go proclaim the Gospel to the lost and you will see the light.  But you won’t go.

 

43– Answer is B.  You and your pastor have the same mind.  Just go to church, disobey God and all will be well with you.  That is what is really being taught in your church!

 

44– Answer is A.  You know it is true that you do not witness to people and it is a very low priority in your life.  Your desire to share the gospel is low.  Your shirt pocket has no gospel tracts stuffed inside it so you can’t leave them around town each day.  Others in your church don’t do it so why should you?  Your pastor does not preach it, so why should you obey the Lord?  All you do is give the Lord lip service and give lots of prayers, but your works are zero!

45– Answer is B.  Not even three people a week will you share your faith with.  Not even three.  Precisely what is your pastor teaching you?  He teaches you many things except saving the lost for Christ.  Personal evangelism is treated like sin, to be avoided at all cost.  

 

46– Answer is B.  Inviting people to church is not Biblical.  It is not mentioned or given as an example in the entire Bible to invite people to church.  In fact, sinners were not permitted to assemble with the saints.  Sinners were never invited like they are today to just “come to church” to hear a gospel.  No.  The saints went into society and preached the gospel and only saved persons were permitted to fellowship.  Beware of the modern day pastor’s methods are not Biblical and let wolves in to mingle with the sheep to “prey” on them.  You have criminals and sex perverts in the church due to pastors not “screening” these people and “advertising” to come to church in telephone books, billboards, etc.  Church is not for sinners!  “Let us invite devils to our church so we can transform them into churchgoers!” This is not Biblical at all.

 

47– Answer is A.  If you had thought about what God wants you to do He would have told you to go save the lost. That is what God wants you to do!  One way or another it is your calling.

 

48– Answer is A.  Your pastor amazingly avoids such subjects in his teachings and sermons.  The Bible is clear you must share the gospel, but your pastor sidesteps the obedience issue like a true soldier from hell.  Who are you really obeying?  Who’s agenda are you serving?

 

49– Answer is A.  You are guilty.  There are dozens of Bible verses you and your pastor will totally ignore to justify your disobedience to the Lord.  The Bible is clear such rebels end up in hell.

 

50– Answer is B.  II John 9-11 says no bidding god speed or you are guilty of his evil deeds.  It is like the “Smile God Loves You” sign.  It misleads people to think they are loved by God while still in their sin.  But the truth is the wrath of God is upon them.  Beware if a pastor wants you to say nice things to sinners like this to appease the sinner.  The Bible says you must confront them with their “sin” in order to save them.  Repentance from sin is required for forgiveness of sin and salvation.  Pastors have used many tricks to deceive and still are using them too!

 

51– Answer is B.  Your pastor never reminds you to go share the gospel to the lost on a daily basis.  Admit it, he does not do so!  That is why you don’t go out each day leaving gospel tracts or preaching the gospel.  Be truthful.  You avoid it like sin!  Jesus did say if you do not gather, you scatter and you become his enemy - Matthew 12:30.  It is one of many Bible verses your pastor intentionally avoids to mention in his lovely sermons.  He is preaching a different gospel which is no gospel at all.  It is a gospel that will send you to hell; a gospel teaching you how to disobey the Lord.   

 

52– Answer is A.  True, but he does not teach it all. That is the greatest trick pastors use today to deceive.  Just preach the good parts of the Bible and leave the negative subjects alone.  They don’t teach or preach the full council of God.  If you read the Bible you will see for yourself the many subjects your pastor considers a “hot potato” and will not touch.  He is a deceiver!

 

53– Answer is B.  Most churchgoers are content to contend for nothing except to go to church each week.  It is true not even the person sitting in the pew next to you will not warn you of a false teaching.  He or she could care less about you!  They will not tell you to read books on apostate churches.  Nobody warns anybody from the wolves in the churches!  Even the pastors are dead silent.  Not a peep from anybody and all are disobeying the Lord.

 

54– Answer is A.  And Satan loves to see people go to church each Saturday or Sunday and the rest of the week do nothing to save the lost.  Satan loves churchgoers.  Satan praises church members.  Satan loves to sit back and see worshippers worshipping God who will not obey Him.  Satan loves the modern day church.  It is why he created it.

 

55– Answer is B.  Satan considers you no threat to his kingdom or cause.  He knows you are a nice churchgoers doing nothing to save the lost for Christ. That makes you his partner.  You do not gather you scatter.  Satan is proud of his valiant church members.  “Let us worship God and disobey Him.”  That is what is really going on inside church buildings today!

 

56– Answer is B.  If you have never read a book about the apostate church system you will absolutely be deceived by a pastor!  Most Christians are worshipping in an apostate church and they don’t even realize it.  Remember, books written about apostasy are written by Christians who are exposing false teachers and heresies.  They are doing what the Bible told them to do, to blow the trumpet and warn the people.  Something your pastor will not do!

 

57– Answer is B.  Today only degreed pastors are trusted to be ordained ministers.  Now that should tip you off that such education is not required and is actually unbiblical.  All of the apostles were dummies compared to the degreed pastors we have today.  No wonder the fire of God’s spirit to go save the lost is totally extinguished in the church.  It is filled with educated no-good-doers.

 

58– Answer is A.  They love Jesus in word only.  Jesus said if you love him you will obey his commands.  Now, he commands you to go share the gospel and you don’t do it.  You can say you love him all you want, but you are a liar.  To love the Lord is to obey Him.  You rather obey your pastor and go to his church each week, but you will not obey Jesus to go share the gospel.

59– Answer is B, but it should be A.  Apostles did. They had to give up their church to follow Jesus and so shall you.

 

60– Answer is B, but unfortunately the actual answer is “A” for most churchgoers.  If you just read what Jesus said to do in the Bible and see if you are actually doing it will awaken you that you are in all reality obeying your pastor and not Jesus.  Consider this, Jesus never asked you to “go to church each week” but your pastor does and guess what you are doing?  Jesus told you to go share the gospel, but did you last week?  How about yesterday?  Will you do so tomorrow?

 

61– Sadly the answer is B, but should be A.  Your pastor obviously ignores the gospel of James because Saint James is scolding so-called believers in the church for not performing good works.  A pastor today will scold nobody, especially his very own church members for fear they will quit his church and he will lose their money.  The truth hurts.

 

62– Answer is B.  Attending any church worship service is not considered a good work.  Going to church each week is not Biblical.  Go ahead and find such a command in your New Testament Bible… it is not there!  It is a pastor created fable designed to ensnare you into his unbiblical church system.

 

63– Answer is B because your pastor is silent about such issues of idolatry.  It is not okay to have an image of Jesus in your home!  Read the Second Commandment.  There are no exceptions.  Most churchgoers are idolaters and their pastor does not care about addressing this sin.  God hates idols of any kind.  The Bible says there is a demon behind every idol.  No wonder your prayers to God are not answered!  Get rid of the idols.  Destroy them all.

 

64– Answer is B.  Most church members want to mimic Jesus, but churchgoers can not be seen walking the streets sharing the gospel like Jesus and his disciples did.  You won't even see their pastor imitating Jesus likewise.  What you desire and what you actually do betrays you!

 

65– Answer is B.  Pastors teach churchgoers to not judge because they may dare judge him!  In Matthew 7:1 Jesus was talking to a hypocrite Pharisee not to judge.  He was not speaking to a Christian.  Jesus told others to judge.  Read John 7:24, Luke 7:43 and 12:57.  Read 1 Corinthians 2:15 and 10:15.  Read Matthew 7:15 and 7:16 where Jesus tells you to judge.  There are dozens of Bible verses your pastor hides from your eyes and ears.  Read the gospel tract "Is it Right to Judge?" by FEA.org.  They will teach you about apostasy in your church!

 

66– Assuming you have the answer will be A, but the answer is likely B isn’t it?  Imagine that!  Christian churchgoers desire not to save the lost.  Amazing!  Are you like them too?  Your pastor is. You don't see him urging others to go forth publically sharing the gospel to the lost. He only operates behind closed doors in a controlled environment.  Beware of pastors for they are the hirelings and the disguised ministers of righteousness who will deceive you.

 

67–Answer is A.  He has and so have you for not sharing the gospel to the lost to all who you come in contact with.  Millions of churchgoers are hiding the gospel and they will not share it. Who did you share the gospel with yesterday?  Today?  Who will you reach tomorrow?  Will you use gospel tracts from now on or will you reject that option too?

 

68– Answer is A.  Read our gospel tract "Did You Know Your Pastor Signed a Document" that lists about eighteen eye-opening abominations pastors signed agreeing with the government to not preach the entire Bible. Yes, your pastor signed it too.  You can find the informative tract on our Website:  JamesRussellPublishing.com

69– Answer is B.  Look at your fellow church members and see just how many are eager to use gospel literature to reach the lost.  99.99% have no desire to save anybody and they certainly will not get their hands dirty leaving gospel tracts around town.  Saving the lost is not their agenda.

70– Answer is B.  Most churchgoers have a “seared” conscience and they will not forsake their wayward ways.  They only want to be good church members.

 

71– Answer is B.  The only dream you likely have are dreams for self-satisfaction with worldly issues.  The things of God are not part of your dreams.  You became this way due to your worshipping and obeying your pastor.  He is your leader.  It is he whom you obey.

 

72– Answer is B.  You should be!  Write to them at 4500 W. Broadway, Minneapolis, MN 55422.

 

73– Answer is B.  Most churchgoers push their head deep into the sand ignoring God's call to contend for the faith once given to the saints.  They do so with their pastor's blessing to remain silent.  You should be actively exposing apostasy.  Your silence is your approval.

 

74– Your answer is B, but it should be A.  Your pastor will preach the Bible, but much of it he will not preach.  By doing so he creates a different gospel and even a different Jesus.  You should be scared!

 

75– Answer is B.  The Bible never authorized pastors to create or preach sermons.  When the early church met in their homes they did not attend to hear a pastor sermon.  No, they all preached to each other equally.  The old taught the new and everybody taught each other.  Today, pastors have stolen authority and silence everyone in attendance to only focus on him.  Even the pews are so arranged to prevent people from speaking to others in church.

 

76– Answer is A.  Just like churchgoers.  They don't dare go forth and share the gospel to strangers on their own each day.  They believe in God and yet they do not obey him.  All they want to do is go to church, hear uplifting sermons and repeat the process weekly.  Saving the lost for Christ is (so they think) not their calling and it is most certainly not their motivation.  You won't hear them bragging in church about who they shared the gospel with last week.  It is as if evangelizing is a sin to be avoided.  Even pastor sermons avoid the subject entirely.  See Answer #73.

 

77– Correct answer is A, but it is likely B for most church members. You should examine the fruit, be wise as a serpent and do not let false shepherds deceive you.  The Bible tells you over and over again to search out the Scriptures to be certain you are being taught the truth.  That is a direct order.  Disobey it at your own peril.

 

78– Answer if B.  There is not one command or desire to build a church building period in the entire New Testament Bible.  And there is no command or authority for a pastor to do so or to operate such a physical church building or to give it a nice sounding Christian name.  If it is not Biblical then why is it being done?  It is of a different form of Christianity not of the Bible!

 

79– Answer is should be A, but is likely B.  Jesus warned us of apostasy and false prophets.  Saint Paul warned with tears in his eyes of false teachers in the church.

 

80– Answer is A.  There are so many lying and dishonest pastors operating churches it is safer to say they are all liars and then let them prove to you they are not.  The Bible warns you, "Let God be true and every man a liar."- Romans 3:4.   Read apostasy books and your Bible before you find yourself in hell for being deceived.

 

 

81– Answer is B.  Go read Proverb 1:24-28. You may find God laughing at your calamity and He will not answer you in your day of fear.  He will cut you off His vine and send you to hell just as Jesus also warned if you do not bear good fruit. Your pastor will not teach you these warnings.  Why?  Start asking why!

 

82– The answer should be A, but it is B for most every churchgoer.  Has anyone in your church actually recommended you to read apostasy books?  Find out why they have no interest to warn you or others!  The Bible is full of warnings.  Pastors are charged to warn us, but they refuse to do so.  They are like monkeys that see, hear and speak no evil.

 

83– Answer is A.  I won’t argue with you.  Write the number of people you reached with the gospel last week right here____.  Exclude church members!

 

84– Answer is B. He that believeth not God hath made Him a liar.  Many churchgoers are depressed because they end each day feeling they have accomplished nothing and that is the price of disobedience and why pastors preach uplifting sermons, yet nobody is busy saving the lost. It is a perfect trap.  Save the lost and you will escape!  You reap what you sow.

85– Answer is A.  But in reality you endeavor not to witness your faith publically.  You don't win souls for Christ.  You despise gospel tracts.  You serve and obey your pastor and not Jesus.  Church attendance is really more important to you than going out to win souls for Christ. 

 

86– Answer is A.  Has it ever crossed your mind that most churchgoers are actually saying, “Thank you God for saving me, but let everybody else go to hell.”   Your actions reveal the true nature of your faith.

 

87– Answer is A.  Amazing, but true.  Pastors speak nice things, but if you look at the real fruit of his tree you will see his church members disobeying God and they all have the same mind as the pastor which is a zero interest in sharing the gospel with the lost and teaching others how to obey the Lord as commanded in the Bible.  Everybody is obeying their pastor, not Jesus and they think all is well.  They have no desire to expose apostate religions and help those trapped in those religions to escape.  Let the lost be damned.  That is the fruit of the modern day church.

 

88– Answer should be A.  Did you?  He never told you to go to church each week.  He never told you to hear pastor sermons.  He never told you to give tithe money to a pastor or to a church.  But he did tell you to go proclaim the gospel to the lost and you refused to obey him.  Who are you kidding?  Remember, Jesus warned you that only those who do the will of the Father gets into heaven.  Blindly obeying your pastor and doing that which God never told you to do is not the will of the Father!  What does the Father want you to do?  Do you even know?  Doing the will of your pastor is not doing the will of God.

 

89– Answer is A.  But you should not have any of these feelings.  Going to church each week is unbiblical.

 

90– Answer is A, but the churchgoer is blinded to see that the angel from hell is standing in the pulpit before his very own eyes.  That’s how clever Satan is.  And you thought you could outsmart him?  Just listen to the sermons how wonderful they are.  Then ask yourself how come nobody wants to go save the lost after hearing these beautiful sermons?  And the Bible makes it clear that this angel of light will be a minister, who is a pastor!  You have been warned.  Wherever false doctrine is found there you will find a pastor in the midst of it teaching, preaching, using God's Word bent to his advantage.  Beware of tithe-grabbing pastors! 

 

 

91– Answer is A.  Your pastor will never tell you to read that book!  It will expose him and open your eyes to how apostate pastors operate and mesmerize their followers.  What you need to do is read the book before it is too late to escape.  This book even describes in great detail how the tithe system is corrupted by pastors as they use Old Testament tithing burdens to put on your back so they can get your money.  Read our article “The Tithe Lie” on our Website: JamesRussellPublishing.com

 

92– Answer is B.  Not Biblical.  Your pastor is not a shepherd, only Jesus is our Good Shepherd.  Pastors are given no authority over anyone according to the Bible.  Beware of pastors who claim they have authority over the saints… they lawfully don’t, but they have unbiblically hijacked the church and have taken complete control.  You will hear arrogant pastors threaten using Bible verses to prove their authority, but if you read the Bible you will never find anywhere that a “pastor” is given charge over the flock to rule over it.  Beware of those who are not satisfied to lead, but their sole desire is to rule.  Isn’t Jesus supposed to run the church?  That’s what my Bible says.  So where did pastors get this authority?  It’s not from a heavenly source.

 

93– Answer is B.  None of you are saved.  You are all churchgoers doomed to hell despite assurances from your pastor.  If you read the Bible you will see the error of your ways.  You will really see the errors when you read those apostasy books!

94– Answer is A but should be B.  Bible clearly says homosexuals do not go to heaven.  You should leave any church that invites or entertains such church members.  And not just homosexuals, leave any church filled with sinners!  The Bible never says church is for sinners.  Pastors made up that lie to increase their church membership.  Read your Bible on church discipline procedures.

 

95– Answer is A.  You know they don't, but they should including the elders in your church. In reality they behave with the desire of Luke 12:16 and Matthew 16:26.  Pastor sermons focus on solving personal problems not on how to share the gospel to the lost and these false teacher use select Bible verses to fulfill their psychology session. 

 

 

 

 

96– Answer is A.  He should not be preaching positive sermons exclusively.  He is actually creating a new church policy to cleverly turn God into a servant to serve you instead of you serving the Lord and doing His will and desires.  That’s Satan’s trickery at work for you.  Beware of those positive preaching apostate pastors.  They will tell you everything you want to hear and nothing of what you need to hear to save your own soul.  He will give you a church full of joy, happiness with a sweet taste of heaven on earth.  He will teach you disobedience to the Lord and a perverted view of servanthood to the Lord.  “Let us expect God’s blessings while we disobey Him.”  “The Lord is my servant, I shall not want.”  “Praise the Lord, but ignore Him and His commands.”  These are the true prayers Christians pray, not by their lips, but by their actions and expectations.  

 

97–  Answer is A.  The fear of the Lord is missing in most every church.  That is why they don't fear disobeying Jesus command to go save that which is lost.  Fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom.  To have no fear of God is the root of foolishness.  Churchgoers fear not the Lord.  If they did they would immediately obey Him.

 

98– Answer is A.  It is the fruit God is looking for.  If you are not on fire to save the lost and you are not out in the world sharing the gospel you are an unsaved churchgoer.  Who says so?  The Bible.  If you do not gather, you scatter.  Your pastor is teaching a false gospel to keep you coming back to his church each week.  Look at the church elders in your church and even other churches.  Are they on fire to go reach the lost for Christ?  Do you see them actually witnessing on street corners?  Do they invite you to come along so you can participate in soul winning?  Of course not!  They are too busy hanging out in church and having fun the rest of the week.  Are you starting to see the apostasy in your church?

 

99–  Correct answer is B.  Beware of pastors preaching their dreams.  The only dream you should be concerned with is God’s desire and how you can fulfill His desire.  He desires the lost to be saved.  Forget about the pastor’s dream.  What are you going to do to save the lost this week?  The pastor wants some “material, worldly thing” like build a church building, a school, or whatever.  He is not saving the lost by creating church members.  Do not be fooled.  The saved all have one common denominator; they all go out and save the lost.  It is what Jesus and the apostles all did too!  That is Christianity.  Your pastor wants “Churchianity”.

 

100– Answer is B.  Your pastor rarely preaches the same subjects Jesus did skipping out on many such negative and unpopular topics.  That tells us he is omitting much of the gospel creating a new positive experience gospel. Yes, preaching a different gospel which is a false gospel.

 

101– Answer is B, but should be A.  You are probably salivating with great expectation to receive worldly things from God. This is a common scheme pastors use to get you focused on yourself.  Saving the lost is the furthest thing on his and on your mind.  Most churchgoers treat evangelizing like sin to be avoided by all means. They only want to save themselves.  Are you like this too?  If so, you can change.  You can start today!

102– Answer is B.  Who is your master?  It is he whom you hear, follow and obey.  You probably are a good and faithful churchgoer obeying your pastor and pleasing him and fulfilling his expectations while Jesus' commands are brushed aside and ignored.  Church membership today can be like touching the unclean thing in God's eyes.  2 Corinthians 6:14.  So beware! You may need to come out of it.  There is no common ground between light and darkness.

 

103– Answer is A. You won't quit your church because you would then you will be all alone like the great prophets were!  You would have no pastor urging you with tantalizing sermons to just do nothing for God.  If you did leave your church to follow Jesus you may even be told by God to rise up and go save the lost and preach the gospel for free!  Oh my.  Heaven forbid you would be churches and pastorless and you would backslide deep into the bowels of hell. Without church membership even God could not save you.  Well, that’s what pastors have falsely drilled into your mind all of these years.  Read Romans 16:17.

 

104– Answer is B.  Love the Lord your God with all of your heart, mind and soul and keep His commands.  Get ready to disobey and betray and call any man a liar to let God be true.  Your loyalty to a pastor is unbiblical.  You treasure and listen, follow, obey and submit under him which is totally 100% unbiblical.  You love your pastor more than Jesus.  That will doom you to hell for falling away from the Lord, your first love.

 

105– Answer is A, but should be B.  Not according to Jesus. Read Matthew 7:21.  That once-saved-always-saved doctrine is heresy and there are dozens of Scriptures you will have to discard to believe in it.  That doctrine makes Jesus and his apostles to be liars.  If you read apostasy books they will highlight these Scriptures for you and explain what they really mean.  “Lie of the Ages” is one book you will want to read.

 

106– Answer should be A, but are you really loyal to God?  If you are not actively reaching out to the lost you are not true to God.  You are dreaming.  Read the Bible to discover what you do not do.  Proclaiming the gospel, do you do it on your day off?  When you go on vacation?  Are you leaving gospel tracts in your wake wherever you go?  When you wake up in the morning are you eager to go out and reach the lost for Christ?  To share the good news of the gospel?  Most churchgoers just won’t obey the Lord and they become useless churchgoers.  Remember, you will be judged by Jesus’ words and going to church and listening to sermons is something he never told you to do.  And don’t say you are fellowshipping with the saints because you are not fellowshipping with anyone or sharing with others anything of value.  Your pastor has “church” all set up for you to focus on his scripted “program” and himself.  He will never teach you how to be a true servant of the Lord and bear good fruit.  He will teach you to become a habitual church attendee!  It is time to wake up, arise and go forth and proclaim the gospel to those who need salvation.  Will you go?  Or will you just go to church each week? 

 

107– Answer is A.  Hopefully, you will go save the lost for your own sake!  Don’t you ever forget that Jesus said if you do not gather you scatter and you are working against him.  That means those who become his enemy by not doing what he says to do will be ruined to hell fire.  Oh, your pastor tells you that you are saved and going to heaven, but Jesus’ words are final and overrule your pastor’s pleasant wishes.

 

108– Answer is A.  This is a form of witchcraft for the Bible never tells pastors to bless people, homes, real estate, motorcycles, cars, dogs, cats, cows, monkeys or whatever.  He has no special power or authority to bless anything!  Read your Bible.  God hates all forms of magic used to deceive people.  You are to be a blessing to others by good works not by spraying so-called holy water or "saying" you are being blessed.  Pastors steal and rob God's place when they bless and it is a wicked abomination.  Beware of those blessing pastors for they will deceive and rob you of your time, money and salvation.  Start questioning where pastors are getting the authority and permissions to do and say the things they are performing.  You will find most of what they do is not Biblically authorized and is designed to deceive you and others.

 

109– Answer is B.  Your pastor has intentionally failed to prepare saints to save the lost and he purposely evades preaching on this subject.  Listen to his sermons and you will be surprised to see many Biblical subjects of importance to God are missing.  Chart one year of sermons and you will see a gross misleading pattern with many Bible subjects and verses missing.  So, your pastor is truly not preaching the entire Bible at all.  He is using bits and pieces that sound good and make you feel good leaving much of the Bible untouched.  No wonder nobody wants to go save the lost!

 

110– Answer is A.  This is another subject your pastor avoids with a passion and he will never assist you to blow the trumpet of warning for you may one day loudly blow the trumpet of warning inside his church to his own ruin!  Seek out what he is hiding and you will find he is preaching a crippled gospel.

 

111– Answer is A.  This is an evil act for liars and cheats have no business being told ongoing illegal activity deserves God's approval.  Read our article on our Web site explaining why illegal aliens are going to hell despite pastors telling them with lies that they are going to heaven. Saint Paul said it clearly liars and thieves are not going to heaven, they will have their part in the lake of fire.  Illegal aliens break laws and are dishonest, lawless, liars, cheats and thieves out to steal a better life and steal citizenship by not following the laws, rules, regulations and “fair play” procedures.  Read your Bible.  Read 1 John 3:18 and Matthew 7:21.  These unrepentant sinners have no business being members of your church.  If God will not let them in His heaven, why then can you say they belong in your church?  The Lord never authorizes sin in His presence or to mingle with his saints.  Churches are quick to “compromise” to get more church members.

 

112– Answer is A.  If you answered "false" you must be joking.  When did a fellow church member invite you to go with him to share the gospel to the lost?  Did you go?  Are you still witnessing?  Your entire church sings up a good storm and shouts praises, but they are not on fire to go save the lost.  Read James 2:14-26.

 

113– Answer is A.  Are you surprised?  The Bible certainly does teach you to get out of a church fellowship.  A church can easily become unclean and God shouts for you to get out!  Read 2 Timothy 3:1-5 and 2 Corinthians 6:17-18.

 

114– Answer is B.  Everyone should read these two tracts.  How come your pastor has not told you about these tracts? Why would he want to hide them from your eyes?  These are serious questions you need to ask and your eyes will be opened to the truth.  The apostate church system is so widespread near none will escape.  Jesus warned of this that even the elect would be deceived, if possible… and it is possible!  It is actually happening before your very eyes inside your church.

 

115– Answer is A.  Church members are fearful of their pastor’s authority.  If only they knew he has no authority according to the Bible.  Go ahead and try to find in the New Testament Bible where it lists the actual duties and authorities a pastor is to perform.  Is he to be building and managing church buildings?  The Bible gives no such authority. The pastor today has become so powerful, authoritative and an iron-fisted ruler in his church that most all churchgoers fear obeying Jesus’ and the apostles commands to go share the gospel to the lost.  They just will not do it on a daily basis.  They will not carry gospel tracts, verse cards or other literature with them to leave in their daily travels so the lost can find, read and obtain the gospel message and win salvation.  What they do by obeying their pastor and not Jesus makes them the enemy of Christ even though they pray and go to church each week.  Pastors have created a rabid flock of sheep obedient only to themselves.  If you try to correct the sheep from their errant ways and expose their pastor of his misconduct, they will grow sharp teeth and devour you with scathing insults and outright rejection.  The fruit of the modern day church is poisonous.

 

116– Answer is A. Many churchgoers, when not in church, wear T-shirts with no pocket so they do not have to fill that pocket with gospel tracts to use them to reach out to the lost. Satan loves these demonic shirts and he approves of it.  Do you wear T-shirts with no pockets?

 

117– Answer is A.  Rebellion is despised by the Lord.

 

118– Answer is A.  If you are a churchgoer you will not leave gospel tracts on any day.  Your pastor won’t and you will do as he does.  However, you could prove me wrong.  Will you? Jesus begs to disagree with you, "He who is not with me is against me; and he who does not gather with me scatters." - Matthew 12:30, also read Titus 1:16 because your pastor sure won't read it to you or anyone else in his church. 

 

119– Answer is A. True you say, but it is not what you do.  You obey your pastor not Jesus.  In fact, the Jesus in your church is not the Jesus of the Bible. Are you shocked?  You should read The Lost Gospel of John and The Lost Gospel of James books and you will see just how pastors have invited an imposter Jesus to reside in your church and get you to worship him.  I will give you an example:  Would Jesus of Nazareth dare enter a church laden with idols?  The Bible clearly indicates he will not, yet a billion Roman Catholics are worshipping a Jesus in their church filled with stone idols.  That Jesus is not the Jesus of the Bible!  Protestant pastors do the same, but they use different forms of idolatry like sermon worship, pastor worship, hypnosis, misinterpretations, etc. 

 

120– Answer is B.  Now how odd is this?  Jesus preached more about hell than heaven.  Notice how your pastor has “switched priorities” removing the desire of churchgoers to go warn and save the lost by sharing the gospel with them.  All churchgoers want to do is go to church and listen to fabulous sermons to make them feel good.  The priorities of the Biblical church model has been turned up-side-down!  

 

121– Answer is A.  You fear your pastor more than God.  God wants you to go save the lost not go to church.  Read your Bible and see what it says.  God says He wants the lost to be saved.  He did not say He wants a church building packed with churchgoers and not once does the Bible declare for you to "go to church" but you do because you obey your pastor more than you obey God.  You have no fear of God and that is why you disobey God like a bad habit.  You need to consider your ways!  It is not too late to change and to bear much good fruit.

122– Answer is B.  He is not a prophet and never will be.  True, he does preach the Word of God (just not all of it), but God also has a very strong warning for you. Read Jeremiah 23:30-32.  It applies today perfectly. God still did not send them and He is still against them.  Read 2 Timothy 4:1-4.

 

123– Answer is A.  Your pastor’s preaching is lopsided and bent to only please itching ears.  He preaches what you want to hear so you keep coming back to his church each week.  This sort of church is dangerous.  

 

124– Answer is B.  The typical church member could not bother to waste his time on such frivolous matters. Will you put yourself at the disposal of God for His use as He sees fit in winning others to Christ?  Or are you also a devout despiser of the Great Commission?

 

125– Answer is B.  Dishonest pastors have fabricated this lie repeating it over and over as if it were true.  It is not in the Bible.  The Bible never even hints at if you stop going to church you will or are backsliding.

 

126–  Answer is B.  He hasn't yet and he never will.  Those books will expose his dishonest church.  It is no wonder why he is silent and refuses to inform his church about these books.  Go to JamesRussellPublishing.com to obtain a listing of books we publish and books from other publishers. It is time for the truth to set you free.  Your pastor’s library has no such books!  If anyone were to find such a book it could ruin his ministry exposing his sly tactics!

 

127– Answer is A. He does and he gets you to join with him with great fanfare, but it is not Biblical at all.  Your pastor intentionally ignores the Biblical instruction Jesus told us to pray to the Lord of the harvest to send more workers to save the lost.  Can't you now see that pastors only really desire bigger churches (revivals are profitable) than equipping worker to save the lost.  They disobey Jesus and they easily get you to join in too.   Also, the Bible says in the last days there will not be a revival like your pastor is trying to create inside his own church.  Sin will wax worse and worse, not a revival.   He prays for revival so he can get more money from a larger church attendance.  The Bible promises in the last days conditions will wax worse, yet your pastor preaches revival which opposes the Word of God and to trick you to follow and believe in him.  Beware! 

 

128–  Answer is B.  He does not, but the Bible instructs him to do so.  Read Jude 3:10.  So, when will you obey this command?  So far you and your pastor have never obeyed it. Ephesians 5:1-11 is another command you willfully ignore.

 

129– Answer is B.  Jesus gathered souls, but you do not because your pastor is not teaching what Jesus taught.  He is a motivational preacher preaching fables, stories and tales to delight you, but he will never preach what Jesus really taught.

 

130– Answer is B for most churchgoers, but should be A. You better had!  Ask yourself, Which Jesus? Which Holy Spirit?  Which Lord?  Which God?  Which Father?  False teachers preach an entity that is not authentic fooling millions of churchgoers.  Read your Bible!  Example:  Jesus will never tolerate idolatry or Christians that disobey his commands.

 

 

131– Answer is A.  That's what pastors do, but they nudge out Jesus for that is Jesus' job.  The Bible says so!  So, your pastor has replaced Jesus with himself and he has become your Lord whom you blindly trust and obey.  Beware!

 

132– Answer is A.  Pastors wear them down with sermons and the Spirit of the Lord leaves the convert and a tame, though dead, churchgoer is born.  This is the fruit of those who follow men and hear not the Lord or follow the Lord.  It is profitable to escape from such a pastor and obey the Lord and do what He commands in His Word.  To faithfully serve your church is not Biblical.  Nowhere does God say to serve your church or to serve a pastor.  The Bible says to "serve the Lord" so who are you serving?  Are you serving two masters?  Who do you really obey?

 

133– Answer is B.  The Bible says he rose in three days, not the two days your pastor teaches you to observe on Good Friday and Easter Sunday.  Also, God despises Sunrise services in the Old Testament Bible, so why are you doing it?  God despises those who face the east rising Sun, but your pastor has you doing it.  Isn’t it time you read your Bible?  The truth is there, its just that your pastor has blinded you from seeing the truth.  He only wants you to see his truth which is only a mirage, a deception and a lie.

 

134– Answer is A.  This damnable teaching induces no fear of the Lord, no need to repent and leads to a passive Christian servanthood to not go share the gospel to the lost and leads you to ignore many dozens of Bible verses.  Read the book, "Lie of the Ages."

 

135– Answer is A.  You should, but you won’t.  Your pastor will not instruct you to do so and you only obey your pastor not God.

 

136– Answer is B.  Why not?  If you try to encourage a Christian churchgoer to fill his pockets with gospel tracts he will instantly tell you, “It is not my calling” or some other lame excuse.  In any case, that churchgoer will not execute any alternative plan to reach the lost for Christ.  He won’t even remove a tiny piece of paper from a pocket to share the gospel.  That tells you just what kind of a believer he is; someone who believes in the Lord, but defiantly disobeys his Lord.  He is a clone of his pastor.

 

137– Answer is D.  Righteous judgment of course. Your pastor keeps hammering on one Bible verse where Jesus was telling “hypocrites” not to judge, but the Bible is very clear that we are in fact obligated to judge others.  Why do pastors not want you to judge?  They do not want you to dare scrutinize themselves or their deviant teachings.  You need to read your Bible and then listen less to your pastor’s sermons.  Many pastors today are teaching distortions of the truth and quoting the Bible to falsely authenticate their preaching.

 

138– Answer is B.  Those promises are for true, obedient believers not churchgoers.  You need not go to church or be a church member to obtain God’s promises.  Do not let pastors fool you otherwise.  The promises in the Bible are not for church-goers, but are for those who actually obey and serve the Lord and are faithful to Him.  Church-goers think they are serving God by going to church, but the Bible never once commands Christians to go to church each week on Sunday.  It is not there!  If you read the Biblical promises there are usually terms and conditions attached to receive the promise.  Going to church is never a condition to obtain anything from God for He has never told Christians to go to a church each week, but Christians do, yet frequently disobey God’s command to go save the lost.  Sad, but true they obey their pastor not Jesus and they disregard the desires of God the Father for He wants the lost to be saved.  Are you preaching the gospel to strangers each week?  If not, then start  leaving gospel tracts everywhere you go.  Jesus warned if you do not gather, you scatter and become his enemy.  Yes, it is in the Bible it is verse Matthew 12:30.  Your pastor is silent on this issue because he does not want you to have your own ministry. 

 

139– Answer if B.  Your pastor will never give you permission or finance your ministry or give you encouragement or helpful instructions.  Yet, it is his Biblical obligation to do so to train the saints to prepare them to go forth to share the gospel and to do good works.  That is the purpose of the church.  Did you know that?  Your pastor will be a devil hindering you from starting your own ministry.  Go ahead and try it and see what happens! 

 

140– Answer is B.  You must obey Jesus.  Problem is you are serving two masters; Jesus and your pastor.  Jesus said you must choose one over the other.  Sadly, you will likely still choose to serve and obey your pastor.  You are too fearful to leave your church and walk with the Lord and get to work doing His will.  I hope you prove me wrong.

 

141- Answer is B.  It is your calling.  Its just that you can’t no longer hear the Lord calling you!  You have become a church member who only hears the voice of your pastor.

 

142- Answer is B.  Show me the elders of your church actually doing this on a daily basis.  I have seen many retired church elders and I don’t see them reaching out to the lost or being an example to others.  You won’t see them in society busily redeeming the time.  They are too busy having personal fun in their retirement years to bother with the Lord’s business. 

 

143- Answer is B.  The Bible never tells you to give money to a pastor or to his church.  No such Biblical command exists. Giving money to your church is not giving money to your Lord.  Problem is, all the apostate churches also believe they are giving money to the Lord, but the Lord of the Bible is not in their church.  Think about that.

 

144- Answer is B.  The New Testament Bible says the purpose of the church is to prepare the saints to share the gospel and perform good works.  There is nothing wrong with worship, but to leave out what the Lord said to do makes church attendance totally wrong.

 

145-  Answer is B.  It is clear in the Bible that God Himself proclaims He does not live inside of a church building.  If this is true, then why do pastors keep proclaiming their church is the “House of God?”  Who are you going to believe?

 

146- Answer is A, but should be B.  I challenge you to find in your New Testament Bible where Jesus or his disciples told your pastor to be or employ a “worship leader”.  There is no such position.  It is a deliberate method to further take increased control over church member activity inside the church building.  Nowhere in the Bible is this “worship leader” authorized to have any position or status in a church assembly.  If you church has one of these “worship leaders” you should complain and if nothing is done to remove this position come out of that church.  Must I remind you that God does not desire worship? He said in the Bible he desires “obedience.”  Satan works with your pastor to worship God and get you to disobey God.  This is going on inside apostate churches all over the world.  “Let us disobey God and worship Him in lovely songs, prayers and devotions.  God says He hates this, yet you do what he despises.  You need to stop obeying your pastor and stop following him.  It is better to follow the Lord alone than to worship Him in error and invite His wrath.

 

147- Answer should be A.  These two books can teach you about pastoral tricks of the trade used to deceive believers and teach you how to bear much good fruit for the Lord.

 

148- Answer is B.  The Bible does not say you must first get the permission from any human being to share the gospel with the lost.  Permission is already granted by Jesus and the apostles.  They are telling you to “go forth” but churchgoers use “pastoral permission” as an “excuse” so they don’t have to “go”.  They know their pastor will talk them out of it.  This is called conniving and disobedient, rebellious cheats like these do not enter heaven no matter how devout they may think they are.

 

END OF TEST

You can now see by taking this simple test just what sort of a Christian you have become.  A Christian the Bible does not recognize.  A Christian that believes in God but does not obey him like a good devil will do.  A Christian bearing no fruit at all and letting people go to hell because you don't want to share the gospel. 

 

Will you repent and change your ways?  Have you gone so far astray will you challenge and fight against the Lord and his Word to defend your pastor, your church and your stiff-neck unfruitful ways? How many more people must you send to hell by your double-minded bickering and your silence?  Fear the Lord and go save the lost!  

 

The purpose of this test is to show you how you have failed the Lord.  At one time or another we have all failed him, but we can become aware of our error and then we can stop failing him.

 

Fear the Lord not your pastor. Hear and obey the Lord and Him alone you shall serve. If you fear a pastor and you can't find the courage to correct him when he teaches error you are not contending for the faith, which is your duty as a Christian. 

 

Silent Christians are dangerous, they will not sound the alarm of warning a wolf has invaded the flock.  Your fear and silence will be to your own doom.

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