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Methodist Church Sings “Good, Good Mother” to God as a Worship Song for Mother’s Day

by | May 12, 2022 | Apostasy, Feminism, News, Religion, Social-Issues, Video | 0 comments

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There is no end to the amount of blasphemy that comes from these counterfeit churches. The United Methodist Church, the Presbyterian (PCUSA) Church, the Evangelical Luthern denomination, and all of the various apostate Episcopalian, Anglican, and Baptist (e.g. CBF) denominations have joined up to blaspheme God on Mother’s Day by referring to God as a woman.

God has revealed Himself in Scripture as male, masculine, and a Father to His children. And despite the progressive movement in Evangelicalism’s alignment with the culture, the Scriptures do not use she/her pronouns for God or refer to Him as “mother.”

Yet, that’s what one Texas Methodist church did on Mother’s Day as they sang “you’re a good, good mother” to Him as a worship song.

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