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Police: Bishop David Huskins dead from “tragic incident”

WGAA 1340 AM reported late yesterday that Bishop David Huskins was found dead in his home.

davidhuskinsPolk County Police say they found Bishop David Huskins inside his home in the Meadow Lakes community late Monday afternoon. He was pronounced dead on the scene. According to Polk County Police Chief Kenny Dodd, detectives believe there was no foul play involved in the tragic incident.

Huskins sent out and email to followers July 10th saying that health concerns could remove him from ministry.

“It has been almost twenty years ago since I had open heart surgery to repair a hole in my heart that had become critical. That started a series of mostly ignored warnings to take care of my heart health. Then in November, I had a mild heart attack (if there is such a thing) and that put me on a path to great introspection of all the areas of my life I had not properly dealt with. I realized I had been in some active church leadership office or role all but the first twelve years of my entire life and even in those first twelve years I taught Sunday School for two years in the little country Baptist church near my home. While I am grateful for all the Lord has allowed me to do I knew sometimes I had let ministry be a substitute for God. I felt Him dealing with me to let go of areas and delegate and release and spend more time with Him and with people not just always in a pulpit. I had started that process much earlier with seeking to place others in charge of the church and! daily duties but still had not relinquished the active roles.

Then over the past few weeks I experienced Congestive Heart Failure twice which forced the cancellation of our annual conference and now I have been told medically I am at the point of complete exhaustion while still dealing with Chronic Congestive Heart Failure. After three nights in I C U and another two night regular hospital stay along with several follow up heart procedures and this past week a Transient Ischemic Attack (minor stroke) and the adaptations of all the medicines (which in some cases have been a nightmare on their own) and the on-going recovery process and having been admitted to bed rest, I am now forced to make some significant and important changes immediately. Even though I have been feeling it and talking about it for a couple of years. The next 90 days minimal will be intensive times of physical therapy and monitoring both heart and neck arteries and avoiding the threat of another heart attack or stroke. Medically over twenty percent of people who ! experience a TIA have a full stroke within ninety days. TIAs are viewed as a warning unless used as a precaution. I am submitting to the precaution.

As most of you know I wrote over a year ago about the need for many of us to take a break, get counsel, seek a sabbatical or otherwise make changes. We even held a January Conference around that concept. I put a plan in place for a sabbatical or even a succession plan. We discussed many of these subjects but I then returned quickly to the rigors of ministry. Now it is medically required and physically necessary for me to adapt. Much of the battle and recovery is dealing with all the side effects and issues of the medicines I am on as well as the physical long term recovery. The truth is however the need for a real sabbatical is long over due. The effects of this mini-stroke and the medicines along with the energy lost from the congestive heart failures keep me very confused, often times unable to articulate my thoughts clearly and then also all the physical limits and battles. I am thankful that they say all that is temporary and will be over in time.”

While serving as head of the International Communion of Charismatic Churches, Huskins became ensnared in the controversy surrounding homosexual former Bishop Jim Swilley. Huskins sent GCMW an email and placed a public statement repuidiating Swilley, but soon after removed the public statement and denied he’d ever sent an email to us. GCM Watch reported on Bishop Huskins here and here.

Notable Quotes: Dr. Michael Brown

mbrownResponding to the announcement of  religious singer Vicky Beeching’ that she was a lesbian and a newly minted gay christian, Dr Brown said “And so, once more, we see the fundamental error of ‘gay Christianity,’ namely, people interpreting the Bible through the lens of their sexuality rather than interpreting their sexuality through the lens of the Bible. FULL RESPONSE

Jesus NAILED homosexuality to the cross!

Now, we know why Jesus never said anything about homosexuality. With all the other sins which had declared war on us, he refused to allow it to escape crucifixion with him.   He didn’t affirm it because it had power over us. Instead, he destroyed its power over us once and for all on Calvary! And he did all of this in the open so that there would ne no question as to who was the victor at Calvary. Having spoiled principalities and powers, he made a shew of them openly, triumphing over them in it. Colossians 2:15

Cross sins

A SOFT touch puts you at HIGH risk

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Sexual orientation false teachers (SOFT) prey on those who are unsure of the truth about sex and sexuality. The goal of the sexual orientation false teacher is to persuade people that the wrong desires of the flesh and the wrong desires of their hearts are somehow more legitimate than God’s command to be holy. They seek out those who for various reasons are jaded, disillusioned, angry, wounded and disconnected from the source of life and truth. It may be their fault or they may have fallen victim to numerous forms of deception. But the risk factor is very high. Who’s really at risk?:

-people who think God is only about love

-people who are unsure of biblical absolutes

-people who constantly second guess their deliverance

-people who have ongoing, unresolved same sex relationship issues

-people who never fully realize their identity in Christ while keeping fragments of their gay identity

-people who are tired of being obedient to God’s word

-people who looking for an easy out from the standards of holiness

-people who want God’s love but dont want the discipline of God’s love

-people who have a form of godliness but deny the power of God

-people who keep secret sexual options for themselves

-people who try to keep the law but fail at understanding grace

Notable Quotes: Voddie Baucham

VBphotoRev. Voddie Bauchum, pastor of preaching at Grace Family Baptist Church in Spring, Texas responding to the debauchery of gay pride parades:  “The homosexual community is NOT filled with people who are just like everyone else. Their proclivity for depraved behavior is farther down the Romans 1 slippery slope than most. And, unlike the rest of us sinners, they have parades to celebrate and demand the embrace of their depravity. THAT is the difference! For all you Christians who continue to ask, “why do we treat THIS sin differently?” let this be your answer. This and the fact that 1) this sin is one of the few labeled as an abomination, 2) this sin is the only one judged with fire and brimstone, 3) this sin has the unique privilege of blaspheming the very image of God, the nature of man, and the relationship between Christ and his church, and 4) this sin is one of the only ones with a public agenda designed to promote it’s acceptance and punish the biblical view of it’s sinfulness.”

The look on their faces testifies against them; they parade their sin like Sodom; they do not hide it. Woe to them! They have brought disaster upon themselves.
Tell the righteous it will be well with them, for they will enjoy the fruit of their deeds. Woe to the wicked! Disaster is upon them! They will be paid back for what their hands have done. Isaiah 9:9-11 NIV

 

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