What does the harlot church look like?

church_st1Please don’t mistake this as an attempt to specify who could be personified as the harlot church. Its not.  Rather, its to open your spiritual sensitivities up to what the harlot church is, does and says. In essense,  what is the spirit animating the false church. I hope that you will see that the spirit of the harlot church is in stiff competition with the bride of Christ and many are so confused they are joining the harlot church while despising God’s true church. Today, in our lifetime, the harlot church is racing towards worldwide domination.  Babylon seeks to eclipse and ultimately extinguish Zion.

I want you to be fully aware that this site (and others) is being attacked because we are exposing the harlot church and its members. The easy part is that we dont have to create or embellish anything about the harlot church, because the scriptures give us great detail of her perverse passions:

Rev 17:1-7 And there came one of the seven angels which had the seven vials, and talked with me, saying unto me, Come hither; I will shew unto thee the judgment of the great whore that sitteth upon many waters:
With whom the kings of the earth have committed fornication, and the inhabitants of the earth have been made drunk with the wine of her fornication.
So he carried me away in the spirit into the wilderness: and I saw a woman sit upon a scarlet coloured beast, full of names of blasphemy, having seven heads and ten horns.
And the woman was arrayed in purple and scarlet colour, and decked with gold and precious stones and pearls, having a golden cup in her hand full of abominations and filthiness of her fornication:
And upon her forehead was a name written, MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH.
And I saw the woman drunken with the blood of the saints, and with the blood of the martyrs of Jesus: and when I saw her, I wondered with great admiration.
And the angel said unto me, Wherefore didst thou marvel? I will tell thee the mystery of the woman, and of the beast that carrieth her, which hath the seven heads and ten horns.

The harlot church is an endtime perversion of the body of Christ. It offers it all: great “gospel music”, fabulous popular performers, large “ministries”, lots of “love” and tolerance, “nonpunitive” discussions dialogue, nonjudgmental fellowship, good works and a very seductive form of godliness. The harlot church’s address is easy to find: its on broadway. Broadway is a densely populated stretch of spiritual real estate.  Its mantra: we are right, because we are many. Consequently, anything small is insignificant and certainly could not represent God.

Thus, the harlot church hates any open criticism of her damnable agenda. The chief demon at her helm counts on massive deception to cover its tracks. This will play out until the very end until the Lord himself exposes her true identity and destroys her.

Size is at the core of the harlot church’s self- justification. She aggrandizes herself and others based on numbers. After all, how could it be so wrong if so many people are following it? Large numbers must mean God’s blessings is on it, right? People are attracted to what is blessed, right?

But the truth about the harlot church of broadway is found in scripture. Jesus himself told us to avoid traveling on the broadway, because it leads to destruction. And take notice of what he says about the numbers:

Enter by the narrow gate; for wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction, and there are many who go in by it.  Because narrow is the gate and difficult is the way which leads to life, and there are few who find it. Matthew 7:13-14(NKJV)

The values of the harlot church are diametrically opposed to the kingdom of God paradigm. In the kingdom, few are many. The kingdom is represented by a remnant out of the nations and peoples of the earth. In the kingdom, the rule of God is supreme and accepted with great devotion.  In God’s kingdom, success equals obedience, not great gain (Joshua 1:8). In the kingdom,  one chases a thousand and two, ten thousand. In the kingdom, God’s Word is God’s will.

The great aggregation of happy people who are members of the harlot church are dancing, shouting and singing their way into hell. There are only a few on the road to life. In the wisdom of the worldly, carnal church no one wants to be a part of something thats not popular, or as they put it “growing”.  The harlot church has mastered the “larger is better” model of church because numbers mean everything.  In order to attract more and more into her deceptive dance into hell, the harlot church craves the recognition numbers affords her. The more people who gather to “worship” at Broadway Harlot Church, the more “powerful” its proclaimed to be. 

The harlot church must appear prosperous at all costs. Canaverous buildings, professional staff with ostentatious sounding titles, celebrity ceo-style pastors, large budgets, worldwide TV programs, technological magic tricks,  the hippest music ministers, and connections to the well known. Its a massive marketing tool to get more people onto Broadway and as quickly as possible. The lights, action and camera of religion draw the gullible in like moths to the flame.  Biblically, its unrecognizable as a church where Christ is Lord or even present.  The message and machination of the prosperity movement cannot lull for even  for a second lest someone think that the harlot church isnt what she claims to be.

“The church as we know it today seems a million miles from the New Testament church. That may be a great generalization, but I will stand on it. There is a gulf between our average Christianity and the church of New Testament that makes the Grand Canyon look like a cavity in someone’s tooth.”  Leonard Ravenhill

The harlot church is invested with every variation of sexual immorality. That’s why today, those who are in heterosexual sin have no authority to reprove those in homosexual sin. Eventually they will proclaim homosexuality equal and blessed by the god of the harlot church. Those who reject the inclusive new sexual ethic will be persecuted to the fullest extent.  Even now, the groundwork is being laid through the false gay christian church. Adult-child sex will be commonplace and it too will be declared a love which is blessed by the god of the harlot church.

There’s a reason the false church is styled by Christ as a harlot. The common imagery of a harlot is a prostitute.  For the prostitute, no sexual act is out of the question if you meet the price. For the spiritual harlot, no lifestyle is unacceptable if the money and adoration of her is met. Inclusivity is a core tenet of the harlot church. The god of the harlot church seeks to get all to the table of equality. This mission to include all (while using John 3:16 as bait) means that the numbers will swell to even greater heights and thus continue the ruse of authenticity.

Last, but certainly not least, the harlot church is not afraid to use scripture. You’ll always recognize a member of the harlot church because they have a scriptural, albeit shallow, answer  for any objection to its lies.

  1. God says judge not aka “you dont know me”
  2. Who is without sin, let him cast the first stone aka “no one qualified to preach truth”
  3. Touch not the Lords anointed aka “dont put you mouth on the mand of gawd”
  4. The only command from Jesus is to love aka “homosexuality is natural”

Thus, the  harlot church uses the scripture only as a defense for her agenda of death and perversion.

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20 thoughts on “What does the harlot church look like?

  1. GCM, another excellent article. What this demonstrates is whether 2 Timothy 2:15 is in active use among believers. The swelling numbers of those populating and financing the increasingly apostate church says “no.”

  2. DL

    This is a very interesting post. I just have a few observations and questions about it.

    Since the numbers are at the core of its self justification, are there any small churches that could be considered harlot churches?
    GCMW: Numbers are at the core of self-justification. That doesnt mean that it is an all-inclusive qualifier.

    If God were to bless your ministry to increase in numbers greatly, then wouldn’t it automatically be a part of the “harlot ” church?
    GCMW: See above.

    So, what I’m understanding this to mean is that as long as your ministry doesn’t get too big, then you’re on the narrow path to heaven, and those ‘happy’ people that may be in those large (what you would call) harlot churches are all going to hell.
    GCMW: No, you have misunderstood.

    One last question: What must one do to qualify for heaven?
    GCMW: Please check the scriptures

    After reading this post, I think i’ve nailed down a few things… one must not be a member of a harlot church. One cannot be a part of the great aggregate who dance and shout as happy people, nor partake in great “gospel music”, fabulous popular performers, large “ministries”, lots of “love” and tolerance, “nonpunitive” discussions dialogue, nonjudgmental fellowship, good works and a very seductive form of godliness?

    GCMW: Looks like you “nailed down” exactly what you wanted to “nail down”. If you run out of nails, the hardware store has many more.

    That’s just for starters.

    Can you please list other qualifications for heaven so that maybe we can get the word out to the people who are in those churches?

    Thanks!

  3. N’Catina, I think that’s an accurate assessment.
    I would probably add in Hosea 4:6, Prov 4:7 and 2 Peter 3:18

    The discipline of personal study seems to be a dirty concept in the contemporary church. People just wanna have churchified fun and “enjoy Jesus”. Of course they dont realize that its a trick to keep them knowing God’s truth…for themselves.

  4. Now…to respond to your edits…

    GCMW: “Numbers are at the core of self-justification. That doesnt mean that it is an all-inclusive qualifier.”

    Ok, that’s fine, but what are all the qualifications of a harlot church? It’s very important that the people who are in these churches be informed of this so that they can identify whether they are attending a harlot church or not.
    GCMW: You can read a very detailed commentary on the harlot church part 1 part 2 here. Or you can wait until I do a part 2 to this (which I plan to do). The question is will they receive your condemnation of what they “see” as a good church having a good time? Only if God opens their spiritual eyes and removes the veil of delusion upon them. Christ’s parable of the rich man illustrates that God wont allow some people to hear the truth to their own destruction. Much like he intentionally hardened Pharoah’s heart, he will harden theirs. Jesus said we are in the midst of a perverse and crooked generation. That’s not “doom and gloom”, just the reality of the spiritual condition of the end times.

    GCMW: No, you have misunderstood.

    Please help me to understand the difference between those who are on the ‘narrow’ road as opposed to those who are on ‘broadway.’

    GCMW: According to the text cited, those on the narrow road are “few” and the road leads to life. Those on the broad road are “many” and it leads to destruction. The words life and destruction are interchangeable with heaven and hell. The further distinction is that one group isnt aware of the nature or the final destination of the path they are on, hence they are blind leading the blind (that both fall into a ditch). Spiritual blindness is another biblical metaphor for sin. Thus, the great majority of people are not true disciples of Christ regardless of their affiliation with a physical church. The conclusion is that large numbers (in and of themselves) mean very little in terms of the kingdom of God. The best analogy comes from God’s affirmation of his choice of Isreal: “The LORD did not set his love upon you, nor choose you, because ye were more in number than any people; for ye were the fewest of all people: But because the LORD loved you, and because he would keep the oath which he had sworn unto your fathers…Duet 7:7-8

    GCMW: Please check the scriptures

    when I checked the scriptures about heaven, here are a few that i found in Matthew.

    Matthew 5:3 – Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
    Matthew 5:10 – Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness’ sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
    Matthew 5:20 – For I say unto you, That except your righteousness shall exceed the righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees, ye shall in no case enter into the kingdom of heaven.
    So, in order to start this qualification for heaven list, according to the listed scriptures they would be:

    – The poor in spirit
    – Those who are persecuted for righteousness sake
    – Those whose righteousness exceeds that of the scribes and Pharisees

    Just to start..

    GCMW: Right, that is just a start. But the point can be made that an atheist could have an humble spirit, do good works and suffer persecution. But would that qualifiy them for a place in heaven based on the scriptures you cited? Entrance into the kingdom God is based solely upon acceptance of the sacrifice of Christ on the cross. But even common salvation is rudimentary (Jude 1-3). Heaven should not be the goal of a saint. The goal of a saint should be to do the will of God on the earth. Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven (Mt 6:10). Jesus: My meat and drink is to do the will of the Father (John 4:31-34). Jesus never preached about how he couldnt wait to (get back) to heaven. Focusing on heaven (as a goal) greatly deters the believer in accomplishing the will of God on the earth.

  5. Like the Pharisees, it appears you need no righteousness. Since you and I have failed to live up to the law – we still need help. Nothing new is spoken in Matthew 5. Your inablity to know the source of True righteousness – is a spiritual problem, the same problem the Pharisees had. That puts you on broadway in case you missed that.

    btw – the utter duplicity of your comments are obvious to most readers here – in case you failed to realize that as well.

  6. Hi mark,

    Since you have likened me to the Pharisees, there is definitely one thing that we all should’ve learned from them and that is that things/ people are not always what they seem…and such is the case with me…I never made a claim that I needed no righteousness. I was simply trying to get an understanding and quoting a few scriptures out of the Word of God since this site is based on the Word….and plus it seemed that readers on this site like yourself ‘appear’ to have all the wisdom and answers.

    However, everything is not as it always ‘appears’.

    In case you didn’t realize it….

    One of the other problems of the Pharisees is that they became so devoted and extremist in very limited parts of The Law , that they became blind to The Messiah when He was in their very midst. Their pride caused them to be puffed up and accuse people of not knowing the True God, and they lay exclusive claim to being the only ones on the ‘narrow road.’

    Jesus did not tell them to beware of the leaven of bread, but of the teaching of the Pharisees and Sadducees.”
    (Matthew 16:11-12 RSV)

    (Note: Just as yeast causes bread to rise, yeast was sometimes used as a symbol of sinful pride which made people haughty and “puffed up.”)

    And as far as your opinion: the utter duplicity of my comments…

    unsubstantiated references to what i’ve written here is subjective at best and i doubt you represent ‘most’ readers here.

  7. “the utter duplicity of your comments are obvious to most readers here – in case you failed to realize that as well.” Mark, do you care to give some examples for this claim. This is not in defense of GCM as much as for providing clarity to what appears to be a fleeting claim.

  8. DL,

    Thank you for answering my question about the qualification for heaven.

    You stated…”Entrance into the kingdom God is based solely upon acceptance of the sacrifice of Christ on the cross.”

    Even as rudimentary as it may be. Entrance to heaven is based on accepting Christ’s sacrifice alone…

    I’m not even dealing so much with what the ‘goal’ of the saint should be and whether or not saints have the ‘goal’ of doing will of God on earth.. That’s another discussion, and plus we always have a clear picture of how things ‘should’ be, but may not be like that, but it definitely keeps us on our knees in prayer….

    I simply wanted to know the qualifications for heaven and, all according to your answer, even the people who follow harlot churches, but that have accepted Christ’s sacrifice solely for salvation are the qualifiers for heaven.

    Thank you.

    GCMW: I hope I answered all the questions that you had about this article.

  9. Pastor Foster
    That was very insightfull, I have been akinder studying about this Woman. You know ” Enter by the narrow gate; for wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction” And this Woman (apostate religion) is taking many down the broad way.

    God bless you, for speaking the Truth.

  10. Beckrl, I amazed I must admit at the great lengths that satan goes through to mimic the kingdom of God. Its all one, big deceptive plan to get souls into hell. His fate is sealed without question and his hate for God drives him to do this.

    Zion – Babylon
    Christ – the antichrist
    bride of christ – the harlot church
    male/female – same sex

    and the list goes on…

    God bless you.

  11. @behold
    If I misunderstood your comment’s tone – I apologize. That said – your question – “What must one do to qualify for heaven”, in my opinion reeks of disingenuousness. The last bit only solidified my “opinion” – ”Can you please list other qualifications for heaven so that maybe we can get the word out to the people who are in those churches? “

    Since you are familiar with scripture, the word getting out to those in the “harlot churches” is exactly what has been done here. Not sure how one astute as you missed that? I would also add, your conclusion about any who have professed Christ as Savior would be saved, even those among a “harlot” church – is wrong, that’s a contradiction. Professing Christ as one’s Savior is meaningless if it does not bear fruit. No one could possibly unconditionally surrender their life to His lordship and participate in such a death stanched environment unabated by the moans of the Holy Spirit. The good news is – that not even a Pharisee or a leper is beyond His divine reach.

    You use the word “qualifiers” – which also is misleading, perhaps on purpose? There are no “qualifiers” there is only Faith in Christ. Faith equals obedience. I would say it is wrong to encourage anyone in their disobedience no matter what claim they to Christ as their Savior they may make.

    Lastly, I never indicated I represented “most readers here”. I will now simply say – I smell a passive aggressive duplicity to your comments. Maybe I am wrong, but I doubt it, I am rarely wrong. 😉

  12. Pastor, as you can clearly see by the comments, this post resonates… it works.

    The objective of any Christ-minded blog and ministry is to get folks to think. You know, something most “seeker” pastors aren’t that interested in promoting.

    By the words in here, I would say people are thinking, their brains are on fire and you – dear sir – have lit the Holy Ghost match.

    Nice read. Well done.

    Peace,
    HiScrivener

  13. behold, you are a plant from the harlot church. You pretend to be interested it what Brother Foster has to say so that if he slips up and says the wrong thing you can report back to your “bishop.” You remind me of Shemaiah in the book of Nehemiah who was trying to deceive Nehemiah but God revealed his plot to Nehemiah: 6:10 Afterward I came unto the house of Shemaiah the son of Delaiah the son of Mehetabeel, who was shut up; and he said, Let us meet together in the house of God, within the temple, and let us shut the doors of the temple: for they will come to slay thee; yea, in the night will they come to slay thee. 6:11 And I said, Should such a man as I flee? and who is there, that, being as I am, would go into the temple to save his life? I will not go in. 6:12 And, lo, I perceived that God had not sent him; but that he pronounced this prophecy against me: for Tobiah and Sanballat had hired him. 6:13 Therefore was he hired, that I should be afraid, and do so, and sin, and that they might have matter for an evil report, that they might reproach me.

    You’ve been revealed Shemaiah now go back to Ono and tell Sanballat and Tobiah that Brother Foster and those on the wall with him aren’t coming down.

    Written from the sheepgate, Nehemiah 3:1

  14. @leodalion
    you are a plant from the legalistic critic club. You accuse me of being one that deceives when the truth is, i was clear as day, and upfront about what I wanted to know. that’s why i asked… And as far as me reporting to a “Bishop”… what do you suppose I’ll tell him? He has better things to do (like caring for souls)rather than hearing about a lot of religious, uninformed, polarized rhetoric that’s on this blog.

    GCMW: behold, you just gave yourself away as a career hypocrite. Find somewhere else to pretend to be on the Lord’s side.

  15. behold, many years ago when I “was” a member of a legalistic church called the COGIC, your words probably would’ve convicted me because at that time I was deceived and in denial like you are to the harlot system. I didn’t rock the boat when I saw pastors stealing money, committing sexual sins and preaching erroneous doctrine. I feared men more than I feared God and that’s not a place you want to be. God gave “His” people a mouth to speak the truth and to denounce lies which is the most caring thing that a true Christian can do in these days of comprimise. It takes courage for Brother Foster to put up this blog to receive unwarranted ridicule from people like you who measure your salvation on how well you can get along with the world because you refuse to tell them the whole truth of the Gospel least they get angry with you. I won’t be silenced by the harlot church, you or any demon from Hell because God has brought my family and me through too much to be quiet. Souls are being turned away from God because of the foolishness that is being perpetrated in these harlots churches (big and small) you are defending and yet you say a person is legalistic if they are trying to save people from them and out of them. Christ said in Revelation 18: 4 And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, Come out of her (the harlot church), my people (Christians), that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues. So the question shouldn’t be whether you can be saved in a harlot church, it is whether you can stay in a harlot church as a true believer and the Bible just answered that question. Jesus said He would never leave us nor forsake us and that the Holy Spirit would take His place after the Ascension; the Apostle John in the First Epistle of John said that we have the anointing which tells us unteachable things like when we are in a harlot church. You can fool the people of God most of the time, but you can’t fool the Spirit of God no time (pardon the poor grammar). Eventually the true believers will come out by the power of the Holy Spirit speaking in their hearts or speaking through mouth of other Christians like Brother Foster. It is hard to stay on the wall. It is a lonely place, but the eternal rewards are worth it Brother Foster, just know others are also rebuilding the wall like you all over the world.

    Even so come quickly Lord Jesus!

  16. Good blog, GCMWatch. Somewhat in relation to your message, for sometime now, it seems that the “Church at large” has “gone Hollywood.” The huge headcount (membership, numbers) and the assets (money, fame, other acquirements), while good in their proper place, perspective, and representation, do NOT necessarily equate to “blessing” and “favor” from God. You have but to look at some of the wealthy, yet unsaved, people. They have “stuff,” but they do not have LIFE, for they do not know God. “Stuff” does not equal blessing and favor. I pray we always be reminded of that.

    Proverbs 15:16 – Better is little with the fear of the LORD than great treasure and trouble therewith.

    Proverbs 16:8 – Better is a little with righteousness than great revenues without right.

    Luke 12:15 – And he said unto them, Take heed, and beware of covetousness: for a man’s life consisteth not in the abundance of the things which he possesseth.

    1 Timothy 6:3-6 – 3If any man teach otherwise, and consent not to wholesome words, even the words of our Lord Jesus Christ, and to the doctrine which is according to godliness;
    4He is proud, knowing nothing, but doting about questions and strifes of words, whereof cometh envy, strife, railings, evil surmisings,
    5Perverse disputings of men of corrupt minds, and destitute of the truth, supposing that gain is godliness: from such withdraw thyself.
    6But godliness with contentment is great gain.

  17. The huge headcount (membership, numbers) and the assets (money, fame, other acquirements), while good in their proper place, perspective, and representation, do NOT necessarily equate to “blessing” and “favor” from God.

    Thanks Gnp22, thats really the big picture point I was attempting to make. Some picked up on that (despite all the OTHER negative attributes I mentioned) and made it an issue of whether a large church is viable. The harlot church uses these numbers and accruements as justification that God, consequently those who see big numbers as “favor” will be deceived. Its the same with the narrow road and the broad way. Those who truly believe God and suffer to live right are in the minority. Yet, such suffering and “smallness” is ridiculed as not representative of God by those in the prosperity movement and for the most part many ministers strive to prove themselves by how big a building they can get, its address, how many members they can accumulate and if they have a CDC, etc. Want proof? Pick any church and read its “history”, then tell me what are the common points made in said history.

    Does that mean they are the “harlot church”? No, but its influence and spirit is stamped all over it.

  18. HALLELUJAH!
    Great posts everyone. God is definately in charge and working here. “behold” probably didn’t realize who he/she was dealing with. The strength and conviction in the responses is amazing…

    Keep up the good works DL!

  19. “Adult-child sex will be commonplace and it too will be declared a love which is blessed by the god of the harlot church.”

    Is this event going on right now? In this country?

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