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Fans of beloved Heart Cry Missionary Society founder Paul Washer, who suffered a massive heart attack at his home in Virginia last month, are now praising God since his release from the hospital last Friday after enduring emergency surgery some two weeks ago."**Paul is finally home and resting after a long 'mission trip' to the hospital. Paul for you are meant to continue and fulfill Jesus' great commission all for His glory.He's so grateful for all the prayers and encouraging notes," a message on Washer's Facebook page announced last Friday. No sickness nor forces of evil can stop what God has already designed for you! From: someone in Thailand who is blessed by your bold preaching using You Tube! Washer has many supporters from around the world especially in Latin America.A lot of the free-will Arminians think Washer is preaching a false Gospel of works-righteousness.I think Paul is only (over)emphasizing, from his theological stance, that “works” (real, tangible evidence of a changed and changing life) issues from faith.Parents are responsible to faithfully teach the things of God to their children. In this video, Paul Washer teaches parents about the God-given command to raise their children in the teaching and admonition of the Lord.If you’ve been to a foreign country you may well have had an experience like the one John describes below. John tells the story of the influence of an American, Paul Washer, in the Ukraine.I was a little taken back and I had to confess, “I’ve not heard of Paul Washer. I listened to a number of his sermons and I can affirm that Paul Washer is a passionate, expressive, revivalistic speaker. If you don’t, he will sound angry, even outright mean.I’ll ‘google’ him when I get to the States and let you know.” When I got home I did just that and 427,000 results popped up in 0.32 seconds. Many commentors who liked Paul’s content stumbled over his demeanor, his take-no-prisoners, fire and brimstone spirit.
Fully committed Arminians are quick to call Paul Washer a “false prophet.” They are the ones still all aghast at the doctrine “once saved, always saved.” Washer has no place for decisional regeneration and a lot of the theological rants about Washer labor over whether faith precedes regeneration or regeneration precedes faith.
Some liken Washer to a mixture of John the Baptist—bold, fire-breathing prophet—and Keith Green—another contemporary voice calling down judgment on the church.
Paul Washer was converted while in law school at the University of Texas.
In the sermon that has attracted nearly 2 million views on You Tube, he told them that most of them, even the ones who profess Jesus, could end up in Hell."I stand here today ...
I'm not troubled in my heart about your self-esteem.
And many who even profess Jesus Christ as Lord will spend an eternity in Hell," he said."I spend most of my time preaching in South America, in Africa, and Eastern Europe.