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Aha!  I knew that title would get your attention.  Well it seems as though my Facebook page has been hacked!  I had not checked it for a couple of weeks, while I was in Africa and had no idea that it had happened until I got emails from friends saying that there was a link, disguised as something innocent, that would send the unwary clicker to a website full of “adult content”.

After getting several emails like this I began to see a pattern emerging that really bothered me.  Everyone was calling this filthy smut, “adult content”.  Now I’m not trying to make a mountain out of a mole-hill here, but there is a real concern.  Could it be that many of us have unwittingly drank the kool-aid that has been peddled to our generation by the spirit of this age?  Maybe not intentionally, but subconsciously, have we adopted into our vocabulary, in subtle ways, the philosophies and mentalities of the world?

Since when is pornography, “Adult Content”?   The very name suggests that while it may not be suitable material for a child, it is perfectly acceptable for an adult.  God calls it immorality, fornication, adultery, lasciviousness, licentiousness, depravity, lust, debauchery, lewdness, degradation and perversion.  But these days, all of that “intolerant” language has been replaced by something much more politically correct and non-offensive.  It is now known as “Adult Content”.  We call homosexuals, “gays” and homosexuality, “An alternative lifestyle”.  We call abortion, “Planned Parenthood”.  We call broken marriages and homes, “blended families”.  We call violence and murder, “entertainment”.  We justify dishonesty, corruption and deception by calling it “politics”.  But my friends, don’t be deceived.  None of these neutered names make any of these things one once less dangerous, less immoral or less offensive to God’s holiness.  God still calls it what it really is.  Whether you’re an adult or a child, God still calls it “SIN” – and the warning label is for all ages.

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  • Hilary

    God also tells you that it is not your place to judge – other people, or God himself. If God created me, then he made me gay. I am still at a loss when encountering Christians who think that it is their place to tell God that he made a mistake. Perhaps, humility is not part of your version of Christianity.

    • Daniel Kolenda

      Hi Hilary,

      We are all born with sinful proclivities. Jesus said that if we want to follow Him we have to deny ourselves and take up our cross. I am not judging you, but God’s Word judges all of us and holds us to higher standards…Myself included. I pray that God would give you the grace to see sin for what it is so that you can repent and find freedom.


  • Tyler

    We still call religious bigots…well, bigots. Thank god for that!

  • Komal Erick

    very very bles full

  • satish spurgeon

    at any cost poison is poison even to a small child

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  • Carroll B. Merriman

    If I could give a grade to your blog, I’d give it an A , maybe even an A ! Keep up the good writing.

  • Pavel

    Dear brother ,I am a pastor in Bulgaria and crave to see mighty work of Holy Spirit,as much as in CFAN crusades. GOD BLESS ABUNDANTLY BONNKE ,YOU AND ALL STAFF

    Sincerely yours

    Pavel Stoychev

  • Joel Crumpton

    Brother Daniel,

    It is so refreshing to know that brothers like you are out there proclaiming TRUTH, and that God is confirming His word with signs and wonders and miracles. I am so grateful that you are not afraid of public opinion.

    Unfortunately, most ministers that preach truth about healing and miracles, are soft on sin and repentance. And most who preach against sin and call the lost and backslidden to repent and obey the Gospel, are lacking in the area of miracles and healing.

    I believe we can and should have BOTH! So, keep telling the truth, brother! The Church and the world needs more like you.

    Your servant-brother,

    Joel Crumpton

  • Daniel Kolenda

    Amen and Amen! Thank you Daniel and Olga. Lets continue to speak the truth against all odds. Blessings!

  • Olga

    You are so right, my brother. We are living in the terrible time (2Ti 3:1) among pharisees, hypocrites and formal believers who behave in a similar way to people of this world and deceive themselves into thinking they are the bride of Christ. I believe that true Christians should have not only a different lifestyle but also a different appearance. Anyway, let’s not forget that we are “aliens and strangers in the world”(1 Pe 2:11) and “without holiness no-one will see the Lord”.(Hebrews 12:14)
    Daniel, never be afraid to say the truth!

  • Daniel Robbins

    Amen Brother. I agree fully, The Bible says at 1 Cor 6:9-11. You know that wicked people will not inherit the kingdom of God, don’t you? Stop deceiving yourselves! Sexually immoral people, idolaters, adulterers, male prostitutes, homosexuals, or are thieves, or greedy people, or drunkards, or are abusive, or cheat people–none of these will inherit the Kingdom of God. Some of you were once like that. But you were cleansed; you were made holy; you were made right with God by calling on the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and by the Spirit of our God. Amen

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