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Bayder Rock Church

32 million

Patterned after the 1st Great Awakening, which totalled 10% of the US Population as converts to Christianity, BRC aims for 32 million, which is roughly 10% of the US Population from a google search today. The interesting path to 32 million sits on the Rock Foundation of Matthew 7:24-25. Since your church does not follow Matthew 18, your church's foundation (foundation) is on sandy land. So, as BRC starts to grow, and ill-minded other church's aim to copy the BRC model, they will fail because their foundation is sand. Now, that said, BRC is likely more of a brand that a church (across denominations) can follow. Ultiately, while I talk aggressively against present churchs, best I figure in the 90-99% range of hellbound ones, reality is that BRC is no more special than the Bible it's based upon. So, as a 'world' we can be friends, united. And power comes from unity. Time will reveal how exactly this will play out, but these are the present concepts and visions to 32 million.

Rome

Mix together the Parable of the Lost Sheep (Matthew 18 and Luke 15), the Great Commission, and the "Rock" of Matthew 7:24-25, and by trusting God with Him as the Foundation and care for each soul, then, with a flag of Matthew 6:33, BRC has MASSIVE goals.

But is it massive? With a world population of 7.8 billion, 32 million sits at 0.4%. A SMALL number. And this fits comfortably into the reality of Matthew 7:13-14 that few find the Holy Path.

To numbers as well, it helps to mention that, a google search indicates that 32% of the world's population is Christian. I do not buy this. BRC will speak, perhaps primarily, to the 'churched' population, trumpeting that fleets (fleets) of this 32% fall into the category of those who will cry "Lord, Lord" (Matthew 7:21-23) and nevertheless fall into hell.

To paraphrase, the movie "The American President":

We have serious problems to solve, and we need serious people to solve them. And whatever your particular problem is, I promise you your pastor is not the least bit interested in solving it. He is interested in two things, and two things only: making you happy, and compromising the Bible accordingly. That, ladies and gentlemen, is how you win pulpits. You gather a group of middle age, middle class, middle income parishoners, and you talk to them about safe things seasoned with sweet Bible verses and serve them coffee and donuts on soft benches. Anyone like me who exposes their hyprocrisy and tells Hot Truth gets ushered away with unspoken yet 'real' middle fingers.

I was nice for 40 some years of my life. Well, that ends right now.

Starting on Good Friday 2020, BRC was launched. With a 40 year vision, to end on Maundy Thursday 2060, we gosh darn better have changed the world by then. As of today, Bullshit Church no longer exists. I'm throwing it out. I've thrown it out and crafted a Roman Vision that makes sense. You cannot address sin without pain, hell, church discipline, and Hebrews 10:26-31. I love people, and believe sin will kill them, and I'm gonna convince Americans that I'm right, and I will go door to door if I have to, and I'm gonna get the Bastard Pastors and the Lukewarm and Therefore Corrupt State.

We've got serious problems, and we need serious people. And if you want to talk about character, you'd better come at me with more than lies, jail, PFAs and harassment charges. If you want to talk about character and Christian values, fine. Just tell me where and when, and I'll show up. This is a time for serious people, and your fifteen minutes are up.

My name is Bayder Rock, and Together We Can Change the World.

Walks Like a Duck

Sure, in time, I imagine that BRC will look like your typical neighborhood church. We have a bible. We sing songs. But, I have seen that DEEP HYPOCRISY sits inside church after church. Jesus's most strong attacks were against the Pharisees, often using words like 'woe' and 'how can you expect to enter the Kingdom of Heaven' and 'hard' and 'twice the sons of hell' and 'whitewashed tombs' and 'brood of vipers.' And, so, to my belief and experience, and me clearly echoing Jesus, the form and function of BRC will 'walk like a duck' but the heart will be different. Most primarily, church discipline and Matthew 18 expose your church's hypocrisy. Simply note, without reservation, if your church does not have a routine method for church discipline, if your church does not follow and practice Matthew 18, then by charge of Hebrews 10:26-31 you're going to hell. So, this 'duck' called BRC is distinctive. BRC does not aim for followers as much as it aims for holiness. Followers will be a natural outcome of telling you the God's Honest Truth.

Cursing

Tradition calls for 'take not the Lord's Name in Vain' to mean 'do not curse.' And a splattering of other verses can pointed to charge that cursing is bad. Well, I curse as needed for a few things. One, to talk clearly. Another, to expose hypocrisy. If someone criticizes my cursing, they are almost surely avoiding the 'plank in their own eye' related to a truth I expose.

If I learn that, to base God, that cursing is wrong, I will stop. But to present, confronting sin requires cursing, the firmest and hardest of human words, to emphasize its horror. I'd not per se advocating for cursing. And I, ironically, stand as a forerunner to reignite a holiness movement, but if Charles Spurgeon has his cigars, then I have my cursing.

Negative Truth

BRC believes in hell, that it's hot, that people there gnash their teeth and want to leave, and it lasts forever. I could vainly speculate that if I was God, I'd be nicer and not create a hell. But herein such thoughts lies heresy, because the Bible speaks to hell.

Yet, tragically, America (which I know from experience) and the World (which I see and believe) largely exists with a particular 'moral compass' that only provides a 'Like' thumb on Facebook.

In the spirit of Coach Herman Boone in Remember the Titans, friends, if you fumble my football (i.e., you sin) I will first break off my foot in your John Brown hindparts, and then you will run a mile.

Because BRC wants to win. Because BRC wants to be holy. Because BRC church wants to prosper. Because BRC knows that sin hurts now or in time. And ultimately BRC wants to avoid hell for its members and the world.

To this end, BRC will tell you the truth whether you like it or not. And largely, to combat the present false-positive culture, BRC will feel negative.

The Humility of Moses

"My name is Bayder Rock, and Together We Can Change the World."

Moses led, roughly, 2 million Israelites. I'd perhaps need to think better, but I'm likely correct to say that Moses's 2 million is proportionally bigger than BRC's aim for 32 million.

And yet Numbers 12:3 says, "(Now the man Moses was very humble, more than all men who were on the face of the earth.)"

Tommy Nelson is new to my repetoire of pastors I listen to, and even just moments ago, Nelson, who LOVES Church History, quoted the well known phrase, "Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely."

Well, I'm bold and ironically confident enough to say, "No." I can be, like Moses, the most humble man on the face of the earth and be king of the world at the same time. This, friends, is my aim.

To qualification, I simply quote King David, a shepherd boy at the time of this quote, "Your servant has killed both the lion and the bear; and this uncircumcised Philistine will be like one of them, since he has taunted the armies of the living God."

And, when Saul tried to burden David shortly thereafter with armor, David wanted to do it in the ways he found comfortable. I'm not outright disrespectful to authority, but when the world sits corrupt, this ship is only going to get fixed by the leadership, prayerfully now, only I may provide. I serve and bend the knew to, but only, an Audience of One. Amen and amen.