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Hello my name is Jerral Campfield and this web site is dedicated to Moral Recognition Therapy using Biblical principles. Please come back often to join me in understanding Gods hands are outstretched still to forgive.

John Bevere's Book Under Cover and my thoughts!
Contributed by Jerral Campfield   
Thursday, 04 August 2005

Subject: What is going on? We have studied John Bevereís Book Under Cover and I know Authority is misunderstood today like never before. We are living in a very perplexing time of the Church, when people are being deceived like Matthew 24: 3-4 mentions. Many are denying the doctrines of their denominations, creation, fall of man, atonement, return of the Lord etc.

Many are saying, we are not living under the Law, it's now grace. Grace to do anything we want with no consequences; that is a trick of the enemy.

Changing Directions Part 6
Contributed by Jerral Campfield   
Saturday, 23 July 2005

Withdrawal is what we need to fight against. When we withdraw from the poor, the handicapped, the dirty, the vile person, even against those who might have rubbed us the wrong way, we hurt ourselves and them. We become suspicious . Suspicion will always be the result of fear, it will prevent us from loving one another, instead we will HATE. Hatred opens the door for anything to happen thatís negative.

Changing Directions Part 5
Contributed by Jerral Campfield   
Saturday, 16 July 2005

Indifference is a word that kills affection; itís a low value of others. It causes one to distrust, and it always leads to the negative side of life. It also builds fear to where we are doubting who we are and what we are? We begin to doubt others, canít trust no one. We ask God who He is? So we alienate ourselves from God, then one another. It is impossible to love God, while we alienate ourselves from others. God Loves the World we are to Love our neighbors as we do ourselves. We chose to become indifferent to God and one another, or even to things; even through experience it tells us we shouldnít. We have got to work overtime to build trust in the world we are living in, and that is having confidence in others and their abilities.

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