Morningside Baptist Church - Wayne Robertson Cult

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Feb 22, 2013
 

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Does a code of silence reign at your church? Is no one to divulge the business of the church, or the faults of the leadership?
● Do the spiritual leaders at your church seem to give you the impression that either covertly or overtly, they have the right to tell you how you should manage your own family; presuming that they know your own family better than you know yourself?

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If you answered "no" to all of the above questions, your church is relatively
healthy. If you answered "yes" to a quarter or more, your church is showing
signs of being unhealthy. If you answered "yes" to half or more, your church
is very, very unhealthy. If you answered "yes" to three-quarters or more,
your church is an authoritarian cult.
ELDEST CHIEF ELDER

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#22
Mar 19, 2013
 
a member wrote:
morningside's paster is doing every thing wright the people that is spreding tracts are mad because they did not get there way so the took there member ship and left and now they are spreading romers and twisting thing around to make it look likr they are wright again this is from a member that has herd bothb sides of the story
HuKed oN Fonics WerKEd Fer mE!!! Uh, Yes it sure doNe Did IT!
Hoot Gibson

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Mar 28, 2013
 

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I am amazed at the vicious comments posted here. The devil sure has his demons working full time.

What Br. Wayne did was get too involved in doing good. Too much counseling, too much involvement inthe GA Baptist Association, and the Southern Baptist Convention. He is trying to make a difference for the future. The demands of his time is unbelievable. Unfortunately he took a shortcut by using sermons from past Godly men. Which, by the way is fairly common today.

No, he did not lead us astray. He did not steal our money, and he was not having an affair. He is a good Godly man. No, we are not brainwashed.

Where is the forgiveness. Some of the people making these vivious attacks have had affairs and have been forgiven. So why are they so unforgiving?

Let he who is without sin throw the first stone. If you are one of the persons making these vicious attacks, do you think you are perfect.
Luther

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Mar 28, 2013
 

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When it comes to Wayne spending the majority of his time outside of the local church, what does the Bible say? While devoting a lot of time to the state convention and counseling folks outside the church is very good and noble, what does the Bible say? As elder he commanded to lead, protect and disciple his local folk (1 Peter 5:12). The elder or Shepherd should not spend most of his time tending to another one's sheep. Wayne always says he will be judged for his own flock....right Hoot? How could he pray and search the scriptures for his own flock while reading another dead pastors sermons from the pulpit? He was reading what Ray Stedman had so dutifully labored to get from God for his own flock, not 10 years later to Wayne's flock. One more question....according to the constitution and by-laws, Wayne is the Chief Elder...an elder above the other elders...can you show me that in the Bible? Ask one of the deacons that was forced to leave with his family if the proper church disciple has been executed (according to Matthew 18). Don't go off of information fed to you from inside MBC. Please respond Hoot.
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May 7, 2013
 
Every time I visited this "church", the Holy Spirit kept bringing Matthew 23:14 to my mind whenever the pastor would stand to pray.
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Jun 20, 2013
 
Wow!
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#27
Jun 20, 2013
 
Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye devour widows' houses, and for a pretence make long prayer: therefore ye shall receive the greater damnation.
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#28
Aug 10, 2013
 
He still around? No one has the balls to stand up to him I guess.

Mike Everson still around?

Morningside members are stupid if they still support these folks.
Church is NOT a building

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#29
Aug 11, 2013
 
Just be patient. God is in control. Just look at what His Word says in Jeremiah 23 about guys that scatter a congregation, and steal other men's words (plagiarize).

1-Woe be unto the pastors that destroy and scatter the sheep of my pasture! saith the Lord.
2 Therefore thus saith the Lord God of Israel against the pastors that feed my people; Ye have scattered my flock, and driven them away, and have not visited them: behold, I will visit upon you the evil of your doings, saith the Lord.
12 Wherefore their way shall be unto them as slippery ways in the darkness: they shall be driven on, and fall therein: for I will bring evil upon them, even the year of their visitation, saith the Lord.
24 Can any hide himself in secret places that I shall not see him? saith the Lord. Do not I fill heaven and earth? saith the Lord.
30 Therefore, behold, I am against the prophets, saith the Lord, "THAT STEAL MY WORDS, EVERYONE FROM HIS NEIGHBOR"
31 Behold, I am against the prophets, saith the Lord, that use their tongues, and say, He saith.
32 Behold, I am against them that prophesy false dreams, saith the Lord, and do tell them, and cause my people to err by their lies, and by their lightness; yet I sent them not, nor commanded them: therefore they shall not profit this people at all, saith the Lord.
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#30
Aug 14, 2013
 
I had NO idea.

Thanks for sharing. I am stunned. Do people even know about what these men are about? Those website are 100% proof of what I had heard. When another pastor specifically calls out the former pastor in a letter - that is powerful.

How did that letter get out? WOW

I just hope no one finds out what I did in Atlanta several years ago.
The Bible man

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Sep 2, 2013
 
Jeremiah 23:30 Therefore, behold, I am against the prophets, saith the Lord, that steal my words every one from his neighbor.
Jeremiah 23:40 And I will bring an everlasting reproach upon you, and a perpetual shame, which shall not be forgotten.
Dr pastor chief elder

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#34
Nov 3, 2013
 
Welcome to Super Fun, Warm and Friendly, Good Time Baptist Church!
Are you "unchurched"? Well then, you need to bring your unchurched self right
on down to Super Fun, Warm And Friendly, Good Time Baptist Church's Super Duper Fabulous Fun
Friend Day. We have instructed our people here at Super Fun, Warm And Friendly, Good Time Baptist Church to act friendly, and to shake your hand, and to pretend like we really care about your soul. We've held classes to instruct our people to act like they really want you here at Super Fun, Warm And Friendly, Good Time Baptist Church during our Super Duper Fabulous Fun Friend Day. Heck man, we'll even give you a free t-shirt just for coming.(Well it's not really free, we charged our members enough money to cover the price of these gimmick shirts to bribe you into coming to Super Duper Fabulous Fun Friend Day here at Super Fun, Warm And Friendly, Good Time Baptist Church.

We are real spiritual folk here at Super Fun, Warm And Friendly, Good Time Baptist Church. The Lord meets with us here every time the doors are open. This building made by human hands is God's house, you know. That being said, you won't be expected to pay the first couple of times you come to Super Fun, Warm And Friendly, Good Time Baptist Church. No we will allow you come free for a few times while we get important information about you like your name and phone number, so we can worry the mess out of you for the next 6 months with phone calls and personal visits, inviting you back to Super Fun, Warm And Friendly, Good Time Baptist Church.

However, if you would like to become a supporting member (that is a financial supporting member of the Super Fun, Warm And Friendly, Good Time Baptist Church, you will be required to take a bunch of boring classes for new financial contributors, where we will tell you how you are allowed to think, what you are required to believe, and how much this is all gonna cost you.

We hope to see you there. And don't forget neighbor: We loooooooovvvvveeeeeee YYYYOOOOUUUU!
Yours truly,

Reverend, doctor,bishop, elder brother Rufus Shallowwater
Chief Elder of Super Fun, Warm And Friendly, Good Time Baptist Church.
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#35
Feb 22, 2014
 
1. "Ask Jesus into our heart" is not in the Bible. Neither is "Give your heart to the Lord", or repeating a "sinner's prayer". These practices do not exist in Scripture at all. The subject of salvation is the most important subject in the Bible and we are being lied to about it. These doctrines are a total fabrication. They were invented to make salvation "quick and convenient". Many church members today who are relying on these things are clearly not 'saved' at all.

2. Church buildings do not exist in the Bible. They were invented around 200-300 AD, when the church was in serious decline. Only a backslidden church could fall so far away from the simplicity of the early church. Church buildings are anti-New Testament, and bring with them a host of problems and traditions. It was basically when the church fell into the hands of Rome that this concept of the "cathedral" really took over. And we are still spending millions on these monuments today.

3. The "one pastor runs everything" model is totally unscriptural. Far from running everything, in the book of Acts we find the word "pastor" NOT EVEN USED ONCE.(-The early church did have strong leaders and elders. But it was never a "one man band" like we see today. And never was it so "controlling" either).

4. "Tithing" is not a New Testament practice at all. And it is being shamefully abused by today's preachers. In the New Testament we are told to give cheerfully - whatever we purpose in our hearts to give. Telling people that they MUST give 10% to the church or they are "robbing God" is totally sick - and a money-grubbing way of twisting Scripture. There is no evidence that the apostles EVER preached 'tithing' to New Testament believers. It was clearly regarded as an Old Testament practice.

5. The words "prosper" or 'prosperity' were NEVER used by Jesus at all - and only exist a couple of times in the entire New Testament. Yet greedy preachers have built whole kingdoms upon them. The words - "sell what you have and give to the poor" and "deceitfulness of riches" and "you cannot serve God and mammon" and "woe to you that are rich" were DEFINITELY used by Jesus and the apostles. But we don't hear these things preached too much, do we?

6. There were no Bible Colleges, Seminaries or degrees in the New Testament. The only people who seemed to have "Bible Schools" were the Scribes and Pharisees! The apostles were simple fishermen and tax collectors. It is likely that a number of them could not even read or write. What was their "qualification" for being in the ministry? Simply that they had SPENT A LOT OF TIME WITH JESUS. The fact that people expect a "professional clergy" today with degrees from Bible College has helped to make the church sicker and more unscriptural than ever. Simple humble people with a calling from God often cannot get to minister because they do not have a "piece of paper" to make them 'qualified'.-Yet another disaster for the church.

7. There is almost no evidence whatsoever that the early church had their "main meeting" on a Sunday. They gathered together 'from house to house' virtually every day! There were no church buildings. They did not dress up and "go to church". There were no denominations. There were no separate groups with different 'labels'. They lived their lives together - all the Christians in the local area. Love and fellowship and 'koinonia' were as natural to them as breathing. And the apostles in Jerusalem preached every day at huge open-air gatherings.-Not "hidden away" inside four walls. This was truly a "street church" in every way.

8. The idea that you can replace the moving of the Holy Spirit with programs, programs and more programs just shows how low we have sunk. Man-made programs are everywhere today. The early church had much more of God and much less of 'man'.
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Feb 22, 2014
 
1. "Ask Jesus into our heart" is not in the Bible. Neither is "Give your heart to the Lord", or repeating a "sinner's prayer". These practices do not exist in Scripture at all. The subject of salvation is the most important subject in the Bible and we are being lied to about it. These doctrines are a total fabrication. They were invented to make salvation "quick and convenient". Many church members today who are relying on these things are clearly not 'saved' at all.

2. Church buildings do not exist in the Bible. They were invented around 200-300 AD, when the church was in serious decline. Only a backslidden church could fall so far away from the simplicity of the early church. Church buildings are anti-New Testament, and bring with them a host of problems and traditions. It was basically when the church fell into the hands of Rome that this concept of the "cathedral" really took over. And we are still spending millions on these monuments today.

3. The "one pastor runs everything" model is totally unscriptural. Far from running everything, in the book of Acts we find the word "pastor" NOT EVEN USED ONCE.(-The early church did have strong leaders and elders. But it was never a "one man band" like we see today. And never was it so "controlling" either).

4. "Tithing" is not a New Testament practice at all. And it is being shamefully abused by today's preachers. In the New Testament we are told to give cheerfully - whatever we purpose in our hearts to give. Telling people that they MUST give 10% to the church or they are "robbing God" is totally sick - and a money-grubbing way of twisting Scripture. There is no evidence that the apostles EVER preached 'tithing' to New Testament believers. It was clearly regarded as an Old Testament practice.

5. The words "prosper" or 'prosperity' were NEVER used by Jesus at all - and only exist a couple of times in the entire New Testament. Yet greedy preachers have built whole kingdoms upon them. The words - "sell what you have and give to the poor" and "deceitfulness of riches" and "you cannot serve God and mammon" and "woe to you that are rich" were DEFINITELY used by Jesus and the apostles. But we don't hear these things preached too much, do we?

6. There were no Bible Colleges, Seminaries or degrees in the New Testament. The only people who seemed to have "Bible Schools" were the Scribes and Pharisees! The apostles were simple fishermen and tax collectors. It is likely that a number of them could not even read or write. What was their "qualification" for being in the ministry? Simply that they had SPENT A LOT OF TIME WITH JESUS. The fact that people expect a "professional clergy" today with degrees from Bible College has helped to make the church sicker and more unscriptural than ever. Simple humble people with a calling from God often cannot get to minister because they do not have a "piece of paper" to make them 'qualified'.-Yet another disaster for the church.
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Feb 22, 2014
 
7. There is almost no evidence whatsoever that the early church had their "main meeting" on a Sunday. They gathered together 'from house to house' virtually every day! There were no church buildings. They did not dress up and "go to church". There were no denominations. There were no separate groups with different 'labels'. They lived their lives together - all the Christians in the local area. Love and fellowship and 'koinonia' were as natural to them as breathing. And the apostles in Jerusalem preached every day at huge open-air gatherings.-Not "hidden away" inside four walls. This was truly a "street church" in every way.

8. The idea that you can replace the moving of the Holy Spirit with programs, programs and more programs just shows how low we have sunk. Man-made programs are everywhere today. The early church had much more of God and much less of 'man'.

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