"Pastor Dave's" Positive View of the Masonic Lodge
Luciferians mark themselves (1) with occult symbols, occult
dates, occult terminology, occult philosophy, promotion of occult organizations,
David Meunier, "senior
pastor" of "Plainville Baptist Church"
of Plainville, Massachusetts,
used a cleverly turned
phrase to present a a positive message about Freemasonry.
Below is an excerpt taken from his sermon on the Plainville
Baptist Church website:
First, there is no place more holy than another. The type of
building we meet in does not determine whether we can worship God or not. A
building labeled "church" does not give better access to God. It is not like
being near a cell phone tower that gives you better signal strength.
Why is this? The true tabernacle is in heaven. Heaven is not part of this
creation. It is not located in this time-space universe of which we are a part.
So one place in our universe is not closer to heaven than another part. What
determines a personís proximity to the throne room of heaven, the real
tabernacle? It is their relationship to the true high priest of whom we will
speak next week. If you know Jesus as your Savior then you can enter into the
very throne room of God while kneeling in your bedroom or as you are walking in
the woods. You are not closer to Godís throne in a church building than
when you are in the town hall or even in a mason lodge. [bold emphasis
(Quoted from "Something Old, Something New" A Look at
Tabernacles and Priests in the Old and New Covenants Hebrews 9:1-14)
The article, "Something Old, Something New" has been on the
"Plainville Baptist Church" website for at least four years. It remains on their
site as of June 25, 2013. I have a screenshot of this article in case they
delete or edit it.
"You are Not Closer to God's Throne . . . Even in a Mason
Dave's statement, "You are not closer to Godís throne in a church building than when you are in the town hall or even in a mason lodge"
reveals his positive view of the Masonic Lodge.
David Meunier mentioned three places that those who "know
Jesus as your Savior" can't go to get closer to God's throne:
Dave Meunier obviously thinks that it is acceptable to go to
all three places: church building, a town hall, and a
"You are not closer to Godís throne in a church building than
when you are in the town hall or even in a mason lodge. "
How Dave Meunier's Sermon is Marked For the Occult
According to David Meunier, those who "know Jesus as your
Savior" can't get closer to God's throne, even in a mason lodge
-- a place where satanic rituals are conducted by Freemasons in service to their
Take note of the word, "even." Not even in a
mason lodge can a Christian get closer to God. Do you see what he did with his
cleverly worded "You are not closer to God's throne . . . even in a
mason lodge" sentence?
David Meunier presented the
message that if there was a place on earth where you could get closer to God,
the mason lodge would be the number one place.
The "Plainville Baptist Church" "pastor," David Meunier,
did not mention a mason lodge for the purpose of warning his "congregation"
about the evils of Freemasonry and why a Christian should not have anything to
do with Luciferianism nor go to their evil "temple." Instead, this "senior
pastor" of "Plainville Baptist Church," presented the Masonic Lodge as the
ultimate place one would think he could go to in order to get closer to God's
throne -- if going to a place would get you closer.
Mr. Meunier's message about one not being able to get closer
to God's throne "even in a mason lodge" places Luciferiansim
on a higher spiritual level than Christianity. And of course that is exactly
what wizards (many of whom are Freemasons) and witches believe.
(1) mark themselves: give signs or indications
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