Website: | Date: July 28th, 2022
Pastor JD talks about how it is that often times God will allow a trial to protect us from a greater trial He knows is ahead, like He does with the prophet Jeremiah.

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    11 replies to "Protection from the Greater Trial – JD Farag"

    • Chris Duncan

      Fabulous message J.D…! Thanks be to God!!❣️I don't always understand why! .. but now I believe the why…is simply…that He wants a personal close relationship with us…not just loyal subjects! Incredible, but true. It's the only sense I can make of this Faith thing…if we were to see Him, we'd be in awe and obedient, but not necessarily in relationship or in love. (With Him).

    • Meri Pederson

      Today is the anniversary of the death of my oldest son by suicide. I still hold hope because Jesus said ALL sins are forgiveable but one. Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit will not be forgiven. Thank you for your service in the Lord brother JD Farag. Your sermons make many stop and think with your common sense approach. Thank you for the truth without sugar coating.

    • Mom Mom

      God is close to the Broken Hearted🙏❤

    • Tribulation comes first

      No you most certainly need that trail and furnace of affliction
      Unless of course you know you are reprobate silver which I cannot possibly fathom you don't

      False teachers know they are false teachers unless they even deceived themselves

      Which is A Judgment from God upon them

      Why would He do that
      Because you are a liar and twist scripture to teach err no matter how often reproved you harden your neck and you will be cut off suddenly without remedy

    • Anthony Sanders


      All men are sinners, (Rom. 3:23) not by virtue of any “acts” or acts of sin committed by us, but because of the “one act of sin” committed by the federal head of the human race, Adam (Rom. 5:12). In Adam “all men sinned” (v. 12) not by our personal acts, but his depraved, rebellious nature became ours, in that we were yet in his loins.

      The New Testament distinguishes between “SIN” (the depraved, Adamic nature) and “SINS” (the acts produced by that nature). It is this nature that makes men sinners. The power of this rebellious nature has been underestimated by mankind. It is of such tremendous influence that even the “fiery law”given to Moses could not keep this nature from rebellion against God (Rom. 7:7). Instead of being “aided by the law” to work righteousness, this “depraved nature” was only stirred by the “holy, good and just law (Rom. 7:12) to work all manner of evil concupiscience (Rom. 7:8).

      According to Apostle Paul, this “sinful nature” is deceptive (Rom. 7:11) and destructive; death-dealing and everpresent (Rom. 7:13, 21); enslaving and brutal (Rom. 7:14, 23). It is from this inbred, sinful nature that ALL acts of sin proceed. All men are in bondage, and enslaved by sin. And no man has the power to deliver himself. This helpless, hopeless state caused the Apostle to cry, “O wretched man that I am! Who shall deliver me from the body of this death? (Rom. 7:25) Jesus Christ!!!

      All scriptures are from the KJV Bible.

    • Anthony Sanders


      We repudiate and deny that the doctrine of the Trinity is substantiated by the Word of God. It is true that it is a part of the great heritage of what is known as “historical Christianity”; however Apostolic Pentecostals do not accept all that Christendom has embraced historically. As been stated earlier, the “doctrine of the trinity” must be read into the sacred text.

      The Bible is the book of “ONE GOD” who has revealed Himself in many ways (Heb. 1:1) but more gloriously as Father, Son and Holy Ghost (not three separate, distinct persons), three manifestations of the One God for the eternal redemption of mankind.

      The Trinitarian formula is the attempt to explain philosophically what Jesus said could only be understood by the revelation (St. Luke 10:21, 22). It can be noted that the Apostles believed that Jesus was God (I Tim. 3:16; 2 Cor. 5:17; Titus 2:10, 13; 3:4-6; I John 5:20; Jude 1:25).

      To the apostles, Jesus Christ was the embodiment of the Father. To accept the Son was to accept the Father (I John 2:23).

      When the Gospel reached out to the Grecian world where men sought to analyze the truths that should have been received by faith, many erroneous, philosophical concepts were the results of their analytical attempts, culminating finally in the Trinitarian formula at the Council of Nicaea in 325 A.D., and subsequent Councils.

      As Oneness Pentecostals, we believe and hold to a three-fold manifestation of ONE GOD; His Fatherhood made necessary by His Creation; His Sonship made necessary by His redemptive plan; His Holy Spirit made necessary as He indwells the life of the believer. Not three God’s, but One God; who has so manifested Himself for the eternal salvation of mankind.

      All scriptures are from the KJV Bible

    • Anthony Sanders


      Water baptism was administered in the NAME OF JESUS CHRIST; for this was the name given to our Saviour before His birth for the purpose of “saving men from
      their sins” (St. Matt. 1:21); for there is salvation in “none other name” (Acts 4:12) whereby we must be saved. The Apostles always administered baptism in His NAME from the day of Pentecost forward. There is no biblical record of one person ever being baptized as believers are today apart from Acts 2:38.

      No one was ever baptized, using the formula “in the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost” (St. Matt. 28:19). The reason why they weren’t is because the Apostles KNEW the NAME of the Father; (St. John 5:43; 14:9);
      the NAME of the Son, ( St. Luke 24:47); the NAME of the Holy Ghost. (St. John 14:26) If you notice there is a single NAME for the Father, Son and Holy Ghost.

      If the NAME is one; then the person must be one (Zech. 14:9). The titles Father, Son, Holy Spirit, denote one God’s relationship to his creatures. As has been said, Jesus is “FATHER” in relationship to His creation; He is “SON” in His redemptive role in saving the human element of His creation; He is HOLY GHOST in His sanctifying and preserving the indwelt believer; but His NAME is ONE – JESUS.

      Apostle Paul, believed that baptism should be administered in the NAME of the one who was crucified for us. (I Cor. 1:13). He held that “washing, sanctifying, justifying” was affected by the NAME of the LORD Jesus and the Spirit of our God (I Cor. 6:9-11). Not only Jews on Pentecost (Acts 2:38); but Samaritans (Acts 8:16); Saul of Tarsus (Acts 9:15, 16; 22:16); Cornelius and his household (Acts 10:43-48); the Ephesians (Acts 19:1-7); the Corinthians (I Cor. 1-31) were all baptized in the NAME of the LORD JESUS. Without the NAME of Jesus, baptism does not carry the substantiation of Calvary.

      All scriptures are from the KJV Bible

    • Anthony Sanders


      Both, the Old and New Testaments affirm that solemn fact that “there is but one God” (Deut. 6:4; Gal. 3:20; Eph. 4:6). That this “one God” is ETERNAL (Isa. 57:15), EVERLASTING (Psa. 90:2), HOLY (Isa. 57:15), ALONE (Isa. 43:10), CREATOR (Gen. 1:1; Isa. 43:15), SPIRIT (John 4:24, 2 Cor. 3:17; Eph. 4:4); IMMORTAL, ALL PERVADING and many attributes (excellencies), all of which are of the highest perfection and each complete in itself.

      We repudiate the doctrine of Trinity, as being Biblical, (i.e., three separate persons in One God, or a Tri-unity).

      The Old Testament theophanies are various manifestations of that one God, made necessary in His attempts to meet the needs of man. We believe that He was God before His creation demanded that there would be other manifestation (Psa. 90:2). It was the vast creation, coming from His hands (Psa. 95:5), looking directly to Him for sustenance that required His Fatherhood. (Psa. 145:15, 16).

    • Mom Mom

      So very glad I caught this message !!!…Time to listen…

    • sandra zollman

      Hi Pastor, from Oregon.

    • Kevin Clint


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