The Plot Behind Christian Universities
Only God and the Holy Ghost can exalt a man to his or her calling and anoint him to minister the gospel; not classes, a written test, or a degree.
Only God and the Holy Ghost can exalt a man to his or her calling and anoint him to minister the gospel; not classes, a written test, or a degree. When God is ready to place a person in their calling, it is usually done through the power of the Spirit and most of the time in the presence of a few witnesses who the Spirit also confirms through them.
The true test of discipleship comes through real life experiences with trials and tribulations. The called must endure various times of suffering through lifecycle persecutions, mental and spiritual perplexities, vexation of spirit, spiritual warfare with the devil, leaving family, even unto giving up their jobs and social lives. Some go through seasons of hunger, homelessness, loneliness, poverty and betrayals of loved ones. There are many ways God makes a vessel for his use, but not through a university on a scholarship.
Men today who have invented the school curricula based on memory flash cards of Old and New Testaments names and stories are fooling themselves and their proselytized students, who pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to get ordained and carry a card that says they are approved of God to teach or preach the gospel. This is not written in the Bible and there are no references to anything of the sort within the Word. They do this because as the scriptures says; “having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof: from such turn away.” 2 Timothy 3:5.
Instead, they rely on academia and book knowledge. Nevertheless, callings and ministries come from the anointing of the Spirit. A person knows when they are called to a certain ministry or office when the Spirit moves on them in a place or position through no effort of their own. The pastor would know and see the transition. Sometimes the Spirit moves and confirms with the person alone. The Spirit speaks to the mind and that person is lifted to a higher level of wisdom from God that confirms who they are and what they are supposed to do.
Men invented Christian universities to profit from the Word of God, nothing more, nothing less. “Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Christ.” Colossians 2:8. Some of the disciples were already schooled men, educated in the knowledge of science, accounting, architecture, agriculture and other trades of the land, but none went to school to learn how to follow Jesus.
Furthermore, men have taken this opportunity to write their own versions of the Bible using historians, Greek and Hebrew translators, and theological scholars to structure lessons, scripted sermons, and study guides that uphold their own stipulated definitions of what God is saying, instead of suffering and gleaning inspiration and revelation from the Holy Ghost itself. This is an abomination to the Word of God and leads to false and powerless doctrine being spread to millions.
It is amusing to see men and women who hold degrees and call themselves Reverends, Doctors of Theology, Emeritus, and other manmade titles given to men. “All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness:” 2 Timothy 3:16. Solid doctrine, personal reproof and correction, and instruction in righteousness comes only from the Spirit. The lessons and power of God cannot be learned by paying tuition and crossing a stage.
Students of Christian universities usually use many variations of the Holy Bible. They translate in Hebrew and Greek every word they speak only to the confusion of their pupils. They also always find a way to charge money for whatever lessons they are teaching their audience. Many have prepared sermons scripted by the history of the university archives, used by many other graduates before them. Nothing original, nothing inspired by the Holy Ghost.
The motive behind Christian Universities is to make and mold followers of a manmade religion that will submit to government authority; an antichrist authority. Unlike Jesus and the disciples, who were persecuted by the authorities, university-made Christians deny the power of the Holy Ghost and try understanding God through intellect. Unfortunately, they are being prepared for the rule of the antichrist, whom they will not recognize and will be unable to fight back for lack spirituality.
As Jesus said; “Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye compass sea and land to make one proselyte, and when he is made, ye make him twofold more the child of hell than yourselves.” St. Matt. 23:15.