TEMCAT'S MEWS

UPDATED July 22, 2017  

NEW for You! Day By Day: A Year of Daily Devotional Readings to Download.

We added 2 entirely new sections dealing with personal godliness and practical Christianity. It is our prayer that souls will be fed, watered, and encouraged by solid Bible Truths!

In His Steps

That They Might Know Him. . .

New Items added to TC Letters!

Audio book and a timely warning: Beware of Angels!

Special new article! "The Power of Infatuation" A Life and Death subject that all need to understand!

Two new Audio Books: "The Incredible Power of Prayer"

A Trip into the Supernatural: Ebook and Audio Book!

Two new Stories in Temcat's Garden - enjoy!

ANGELS ALL AROUND!

BIG BAD DOGS!

"Ye shall know the Truth, and the Truth shall make you free." John 8:32
 "Stand ye in the ways, and see, and ask for the old paths, where is the good way, and walk therein, and ye shall find rest for your souls. But they said, We will not walk therein." Jeremiah 6:16

The Question to be asked is not "Who Says it"; but rather, "Is It True?" If you decide to judge truth by whether the 'Official' leadership agree with it and teaches it, you WILL end up like the Jews of Jesus' day, Crucifying the very message that could have saved them and following their leaders right into perdition! TC.

 "When Christ saw in the Jewish people a nation divorced from God, he saw also a professed Christian church united to the world and the Papacy. And as he stood upon Mount Olivet, weeping over Jerusalem till the sun sank behind the western hills, so he is watching over and pleading with sinners in these last moments of time. Soon he will say to the angels who are holding the four winds, "Let the plagues loose; let darkness, destruction, and death come upon the transgressors of my law." Will he be obliged to say to those who have had great light and great knowledge, as he said to the Jews, "O that thou hadst known, even thou in this thy day, the things which belong unto thy peace. But now they are hid from thine eyes."?" (D.E.R August 22, 1900). {KC 153.3}