No Matter How Righteous A Person Seems They Could At The End Up A Castaway.

The last tract I read, “I beg your pardon” at the end of it reading the prayer there was an uneasiness a check so to speak in my spirit but I did not really understand why or what. I did notice that it did not say to go and sin no more or do nit go back and and continue in sin but I could not put my finger on what troubled my spirit. Now thankfully God used this man to help me see what it was. I will no longer be “strengthening the hand of the wicked” by purchasing anything else from this company, nor will I be putting this website on videos. I do not want to be a partaker of their apostacy now that my eyes have been opened.

~Pamela JoyousNJesus McDonald~

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All right, so in 1987 Jack T. Chick produced a tract – “The Four Brothers” – that was based on Jesus’ “Parable Of The Sower” (Matthew 13:3-23, Mark 4:2-20, and Luke 8:4-15) with it’s “four” (4) types of “human hearts” (soil) into which God’s “Word of salvation” (seed) has been sown:

“And he [Jesus] spake many things unto them in parables, saying, Behold, a sower went forth to sow;” (Matthew 13:3 KJV)

“And he [Jesus] taught them many things by parables, and said unto them in his doctrine, Hearken; Behold, there went out a sower to sow: (Mark 4:2-3 KJV)

“And when much people were gathered together, and were come to him out of every city, he [Jesus] spake by a parable: A sower went out to sow his seed:” (Luke 8:4-5 KJV)

So now that we have a copy of “The Four Brothers” tract, we can compare it page by page, frame by frame, to Chick’s “Four Angels?” tract and thereby prove that this revision was not made for the purpose that so many might believe: “Chick wanted to make it clear that if one kneels and says the sinner’s prayer, he can’t later lose his salvation”. Because the “Four Angels?” tract was Jack T. Chick’s “compromise” of God’s Word concerning “Once Saved NOT Always Saved” that he originally presented in “The Four Brothers” tract. And, of course, that “compromise” was a “sin” that has yet to be repented of and put under the Blood of Jesus!

Now, up until the last frame shown above, both tracts have delivered the same basic message. The major difference between the two (2) is that some of the “rough” speech used in “The Four Brothers” has been made a bit smoother in the “Four Angels?
 
However, it’s in the last frame that we notice a radical change in the message when Chick changed “The Word of God was sown into their hearts” to “The Word of God was sown by the preacher”. They do NOT mean the same thing! I mean, after all, Jesus’ “Parable Of The Sower” says, “the word that was sown in their hearts”. You see the evangelist that preached his “Hell fire and damnation” message during the last night of the tent revival, was sowing the seed (God’s Word of salvation) to all those in the sound of his voice. However, it was only in those that responded to his warning, by believing in what he had preached, that this “seed” actually became “sown into their hearts”. And as can be seen in the somber faces of the four (4) brothers in the last frame above, the “Word of God” concerning the reality of Hell and their dire need of the Saviour was definitely “sown in their hearts”:
 
The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom: and the knowledge of the holy is understanding.” (Proverbs 9:10 KJV)
 
So, it’s in this last frame of the “Four Angels?” that Jack T. Chick begins his “OSAS labor for Satan” by compromising the Word of God that was originally presented in “The Four Brothers” tract! And, of course, the message in the “Four Angels?” tract only goes downhill in a demonized Hell-bound fashion from there:
Now just as the Lord had originally intended, all four (4) of the brothers in “The Four Brothers” tract received the evangelist’s invitation to escape the “fires of Hell” by “accepting Jesus Christ as their Lord and Saviour” after having had “the seed of God’s Word sown into their hearts”.
 
However, in the “Four Angels?” tract Jack T. Chick continued his diabolical journey for Satan by showing that only one (1) of the four (4) brothers actually “accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and Saviour” with the other three (3) brothers only faking it. And it’s this major change in the storyline of the “Four Angels?” tract that certifies it to be the counterfeit that it is. In other words, the message of the “Four Angels?” is NOT the strong message of Jesus’ “Parable Of The Sower” – “Once Saved NOT Always Saved” – that was originally written into “The Four Brothers” tract!
 
And with all that in mind, let’s continue with our comparison:
So, once again, “The Four Brothers” tract was based on Jesus’ “Parable Of The Sower”. And in that parable there are four (4) types of “human hearts” (soil) into which God’s “Word of salvation” (seed) has been sown… with Frank being an example of #1:
 
1. Word (seed) sown by the wayside
2. Word (seed) sown in stony ground
3. Word (seed) sown among thorns
4. Word (seed) sown in good ground
 
Now as can be seen in the preceding frames of “The Four Brothers”, it was after having had “the seed of God’s Word sown into his heart” that Frank “accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Saviour” when he responded to the “altar call” of the evangelist: “Those of you who want to be saved and serve the Lord, come forward.” And it was later on that night, with the “glow of the Holy Spirit” still upon him, that “Brother Frank” announced his calling of “pastor” that the Lord had put on his heart.
 
However, it was only the very next day that “Brother Frank” decided to “take back his life” by rejecting the calling that Jesus had put on his life… and all because of his girlfriend! “Brother Frank” didn’t “considered the cost” of making Jesus his “Lord and Saviour”… and his salvation was “no more”! And Frank “played church” for the rest of his life. “But yet the “Four Angels?” tract implied that he was never even saved!!!
And moving on along, let’s now take a look at “Brother Bobby” and see how he made out on his “journey with Jesus”:
Well, as can be seen in the preceding frames of “The Four Brothers”, it was after having had “the seed of God’s Word sown into his heart” that Bobby “accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Saviour” when he responded to the “altar call” of the evangelist: “Those of you who want to be saved and serve the Lord, come forward.” And it was later on in his life that Brother Bobby truly “served the Lord” as he labored to produce “fruit” for the glory of God by witnessing “Jesus” to those in his work place.
 
However, it was right about the time Brother Bobby’s boss confronted him about his witnessing at work to his co-workers – “you’re making a fool of yourself, so knock off this Jesus stuff… or else” – that he decided to stop “serving the Lord” in order to keep his job! It seems as though “Brother Bobby” didn’t “considered the cost” of making Jesus his “Lord and Saviour”… and even though he verbally expressed it – “I accept you, Lord” – while kneeling at the altar during that tent meeting revival so many years before.
 
So Bobby “denied Christ” in “The Four Brothers”, and kept his job, and thereby became example #3 in Jesus’ “Parable Of The Sower”. And his salvation was “no more”!
 
He also that received seed among the thorns is he that heareth the word; and the care of this world, and the deceitfulness of riches, choke the word, and he becometh unfruitful.” (Matthew 13:22 KJV)
 
And now let’s take a look at “Brother Charles” and see how he made out on his “journey with Jesus”:
So as can be seen in the preceding frames of “The Four Brothers”, it was after having had “the seed of God’s Word sown into his heart” that Charles “accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Saviour” when he responded to the “altar call” of the evangelist: “Those of you who want to be saved and serve the Lord, come forward.” And it was later on in his life that Brother Charles attended the “theological seminary” in order to prepare himself to “serve the Lord” in his “God-calling” of “pastor”.
 
However, it was somewhere along the way in his studies to become a “Doctor of Divinity” that Brother Charles’ “pastoral purpose” made an abrupt change from “glorifying God” to “glorifying Charles”… which most certainly included his fleshly indulgencies of “pornography” and “fornication”. I mean, after all, in order to make it as a big-time “T.V. Pastor”, one must excuse the vices of sin and certainly not condemn them.
So Charles practiced what he preached, (which was nothing but the lie of the Devil), and his salvation was “no more”! In fact Charles’ younger brother Henry had it right by calling him “Old Slick”… which is also another name for Satan:
 
Ye are of your father the deviland the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liarand the father of it.” (John 8:44 KJV)
 
And speaking of “Brother Henry”, let’s now take a look at how he made out on his “journey with the Lord”:
Well, just as the angel predicted in the beginning of the tract, Henry did great! As can be seen in the preceding frames of “The Four Brothers”, it was after having had “the seed of God’s Word sown into his heart” that Henry “accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Saviour” when he responded to the “altar call” of the evangelist: “Those of you who want to be saved and serve the Lord, come forward.” And it was later on in his life that Brother Henry truly “served the Lord” in his God-calling of “street minister” as he labored to produce “fruit” for the glory of God among the street people.
 
And these are they which are sown on good groundsuch as hear the wordand receive it, and bring forth fruit, some thirtyfold, some sixty, and some an hundred.” (Mark 4:20 KJV)
 
So Brother Henry “considered the cost” of his salvation and became example #4 in Jesus’ “Parable Of The Sower” by choosing to lose his life for Jesus in order to save it. I mean, after all, Brother Henry truly understood the situation at hand that night at the altar when he made the following plea: “I don’t want to go to hellSave meJesus.” Brother Henry meant what he said… and he didn’t let anything get in his way.
Brother Henry meant business… and he wasn’t about to let his “love of family” get in the way. So Brother Henry spoke God’s Truth… regardless of whom ever it might offend.
Now even though Chick did not use one (1) of Jesus’ four (4) examples from the “Parable Of The Sower” to describe Charles in “The Four Brothers” tract, there is no doubting the fact that Charles “accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Saviour” when he responded to the “altar call” of the evangelist that night so many years before. I mean, after all, the Scripture (Hebrews 10:29) that Brother Henry used to describe Charles’ backslidden and Hell-bound condition only applies to those that were “once saved”:
 
For if we sin wilfully after that we have received the knowledge of the truththere remaineth no more sacrifice for sinsBut a certain fearful looking for of judgment and fiery indignationwhich shall devour the adversaries… Of how much sorer punishment, suppose ye, shall he be thought worthywho hath trodden under foot the Son of Godand hath counted the blood of the covenantwherewith he was sanctifiedan unholy thingand hath done despite unto the Spirit of grace?… The Lord shall judge his peopleIt is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God.” (Hebrews 10:26-31 KJV)
 
You see as a “born again” Believer, Charles knew what was right in the Eyes of God, and through the Holy Spirit he had the power to do what was right in the Eyes of God, but yet he chose to do wrong. And it’s because of this fact that he was “cursed” beyond measure… and Brother Henry let him know it in no uncertain terms!
 
So there you have it! What an abomination!!! Jack T. Chick spoke “God’s uncompromised Truth” – “Once Saved NOT Always Saved” – in his 1987 tract “The Four Brothers” before “killing” that same tract only a few months later. Did the persecution get too intense from his “Once Saved Always Saved” Baptist brethren? And did Jack T. Chick forget about Brother Paul’s admonition to him?
 
Whereforemy beloved, as ye have always obeyed, not as in my presence only, but now much more in my absence, work out your own salvation with fear and tremblingFor it is God which worketh in you both to will and to do of his good pleasureDo all things without murmurings and disputingsThat ye may be blameless and harmlessthe sons of Godwithout rebukein the midst of a crooked and perverse nation, among whom ye shine as lights in the world; Holding forth the word of life; that I may rejoice in the day of Christ, that I have not run in vain, neither laboured in vain.” (Philippians 2:12-16 KJV)
 
Well, needless to say, Jack T. Chick ignored Brother Paul’s warning! Because it was only some nineteen (19) years later (2006) that he “compromised God’s Truth” as originally established in his 1987 tract “The Four Brothers” by producing a resurrected “neutered” version that avoided the reality of “Once Saved NOT Always Saved”. I wonder if the writing of “Four Angels?” might have somehow eased the guilt of his conscience for pulling “The Four Brothers”.
 
But anyway, the truth of this matter is that Jack T. Chick has committed a grievous sin against the Lord God Almighty… and his judgment will be no different than the three (3) un-repented brothers in “The Four Brothers” tract!

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