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Chuck Smith and Calvary Chapel POISON

Chuck Smith (1927-2013) of Calvary Chapel in Costa Mesa, California had 20,000 families in his congregation. He also started over 1,000 Calvary Chapel churches throughout the USA and the world!
His influence was staggering, but is that good? Your answer should consider the following.

Chuck Smith's FALSE Rapture 1981 and 2000 Dates

Like many other pre-trib rapture teachers, Chuck Smith also made embarrassing FALSE predictions! If you find that too hard to believe, please verify the images on this page from the booklet, End Times, 1978 edition by Chuck Smith, pp. 35 and 36. Chuck Smith wrote:
I believe that the generation of 1948 is the last generation. Since a generation of judgment is forty years and the Tribulation period lasts seven years, I believe the Lord could come back for His Church any time before the Tribulation starts, which would mean anytime before 1981. (1948+40-7=1981).
But that is only his first date there! His booklet continues on:
However, it is possible that Jesus is dating the beginning of the generation from 1967, when Jerusalem was again under Israeli control for the first time since 587 B.C. We don't know for sure which year actually marks the beginning of the last generation.
His teaching is clear. The Rapture was to be either before 1981 or before or in 2000! It was to be one or the other! Chuck Smith lived 13 years beyond the later date and still no pre-trib Rapture occurred, but that was only about his inaccurate date setting. His false understanding of righteousness and how to please God is expressed at other times.

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Chuck Smith's Faulty Theology Continues

Chuck Smith taught the following about his version of righteousness and pleasing God. (The following quotes are from Chuck Smith's book entitled, Why Grace Changes Everything, 1994 ed.):
God looks at you as righteous because of your believing in Jesus Christ. Apart from what you are doing or not doing, apart from keeping any code of ethics, God is imputing righteousness to your account because you believe upon Jesus Christ. (Page 33)
Chuck Smith also wrote:
To please God, we only need to believe in Him and trust Him. That is the gospel of grace. (Page 101)
Teaching like this is easily refuted by examining Revelation chapters 2 and 3. Among other things we see that Jesus was not automatically pleased with those who had been born again just because they once had a moment of saving faith. In fact, Jesus actually held things against more than one church group. Will you believe popular Chuck Smith or what the Lord Jesus taught? Without question, Chuck Smith had no clue of spiritual death coming on the righteous who turn to evil (Ezek. 33:18), based on his teachings!

WOW! Read Peter's Warning About False Teachers In The Church

Furthermore, nowhere in the New Testament does it say that one will perpetually remain righteous in God's sight, apart from what he is doing, just because he believes. Again, Rev. 2 and 3 as well as other Scriptures refute this idea:
Dear children, do not let anyone lead you astray. He who does what is right is righteous, just as he is righteous. He who does what is sinful is of the devil (1 John 3:7,8).

For, "Whoever would love life and see good days must keep his tongue from evil and his lips from deceitful speech. He must turn from evil and do good; he must seek peace and pursue it. For the eyes of the Lord are on the righteous and his ears are attentive to their prayer, but the face of the Lord is against those who do evil." (1 Peter 3:10-12)

Dear saint, don't let Chuck Smith or any eternal security teacher lead you astray about who is righteous. Take the Apostle John's warning to heart. Did you notice that Peter similarly described the righteous and portrayed such a person totally unlike Chuck Smith?

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