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Modern Day Cowboys VS Modern Day Pharisees...


I’m so mad I could eat nails right now! My hats off to Tim Ross, (Pictured Above) because HE GETS IT! Or at least he HAD it until the Modern Day Pharisees came at him and choked the life out of him…


Here is just one of the Pharisees here. https://fb.watch/mv3i3AFDW_/


It is the Pharisee that is actually misquoting Ephesians 4:29 and here is the PROOF! What does it say AFTER verse 29?


29 Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to THEIR NEEDS, that it may benefit THOSE WHO LISTEN. 30 And do not grieve the Holy Spirit of God, with whom you were sealed for the day of redemption. 31 Get rid of all bitterness, rage and anger, brawling and slander, along with every form of malice. 32 Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you.


Tim was doing just that! His language was HELPFUL in building the LOST PEOPLE UP according to THEIR needs and not the damn fish that are ALREADY CAUGHT! And if you continue reading, you will see what the scripture REALLY MEANS! News flash! This scripture is targeted at the GOSSIP WHORES at EVER CHURCH on EVERY SUNDAY at the water cooler who is gossiping and SLANDERING their own brothers and sisters in Christ.


So YES I do believe the Holy Spirit told Tim to STOP being religious and go save the lost at all cost…


I almost caved when my ex led a coup and caused the largest church split we ever had over our PG-13 T-Shirts… The one that had everyone’s panties in a wad, was our “GET STONED” shirt with the scripture Acts 7:1-59 under the saying in smaller letters. It’s referring to Stephen GETTING STONED to death and was an AMAZING conversation starter to the LOST PEOPLE…


Since I developed those shirts in 2018-ish, we have led HUNDREDS of people to Christ, and as a result, we are now even edgier.


I praise God He gave me the strength, courage, and wisdom to stand my ground and let the nay-sayers leave.


We are in the 11th hour! Desperate times call for desperate measures, and the traditional church mold is DEAD… There are more traditional churches closing every month than are opening… What does that tell you?


YOU ROCK TIM! STAY THE COURSE!


The article below is what this is all about.


Transformation Church Pastor Tim Ross: To Avoid Divisions, I’ll Stop Using ‘Strong Language’ in Public by Stephanie Martin


On his podcast and in interviews, Pastor Tim Ross has drawn criticism for cussing, or what he refers to as using “strong language.” But after a recent discussion with a friend who’s a new Christian, Ross decided to reserve that type of talk for private conversations, when he feels it’s warranted.


Ross, who serves as oversight pastor at Transformation Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma, has been in ministry for 27 years, but is fairly new to podcasting. He has been called to reach nonbelievers and knows how to speak their language, he said, but he doesn’t want that to happen at the expense of his church ministry.


In a video posted last week, Ross said his church leader friends shouldn’t be forced to defend him. “Using strong language on my public platforms is not worth [my pastor friends] having sideways energy brought their way,” he said.


On his podcast, “The Basement With Tim Ross,” the pastor and church-growth expert gets “real, honest and vulnerable” with listeners. Those conversations often include profanity, including the f-word.


“In my mind, it makes sense that when I’m feeling strong emotions, I should use strong language to go with those emotions,” Ross said. He’s “very intentional” with his use of language, he added, and hasn’t really cared what people think about his choice to occasionally use profanity.


Although Ross has never felt the Holy Spirit convict him about using strong language, he said he wants to “be accountable” with his words. His podcast listeners, who tend to be nonbelievers or new Christians, “can handle what comes out of my mouth,” he said. But people who know him from the pulpit can’t—and that’s been “a rub, a frustration that I have not been unaware of.”


While talking to his friend about that tension, Ross said he felt the Holy Spirit speaking to him. The pastor realized his public platforms attract a “cross-pollenization” of audiences, and he’s not willing to make his church friends “uncomfortable.” Ross said he’s “not repenting” but is simply “stumbling into how to do this right.”


‘Be Patient With Me,’ Says Pastor Tim Ross

Ross, 48, said he was eager to share with listeners that he has resolved, moving forward, to not use strong, inflammatory language in public, on social media platforms, or in any podcasts or interviews. Private conversations may be a different story, he added, depending on the topic.


“Be patient with me,” Ross urged listeners. “I’m trying to figure out how to preach to the church and the world at the same time.” To anyone who has cringed or winced at his past use of strong language, Ross asked for forgiveness. “I don’t want to put you in a bind” or be “a deterrent,” he said.


The pastor said he realizes people disagree with his personal stance that swearing isn’t a sin. He also insisted he’s not selling out or succumbing to pressure. Instead, he concluded, “It’s just not worth it. I love my church, my friends, and the body of Christ.”

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