Why You Ain’t Saved: Because of Fear and Torment

6 Jan

Did you know that fear enables the enemy? If we have a religious life ruled and motivated by fear, then we are not worshipping Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. Instead, a religious evil spirit is masquerading as a fearful, terrifying God and we are unknowingly worshipping the enemy.

The Bible makes it plain that fear and terror is not given to us by God. 2 Timothy 1:7 states, “7For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.” 1 John 4:18-19 asserts, “18There is no fear in love; but perfect love casteth out fear: because fear hath torment. He that feareth is not made perfect in love. 19We love him, because he first loved us.”

These scriptures make it clear that people who are filled with fear and torment are not receiving this anguish from God. The bible says that perfect love (the number one fruit of the Spirit, the seed of which is planted in us at the moment we get born again) casts out fear. Fear and perfect love that is of God do not go together.

So if you are being continually assaulted with fear and torment, this is a sign that you are not born again. If you are suffering from condemnation and accusation, this is another sign that you are not saved. Born again people do not carry a burden of shame, guilt, and condemnation. According to Romans 8:1, “There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit.” When you get born again, your sins are washed away, and you are given a clean slate. Condemnation no longer plays a role in your life.

Religiosity causes us to fear, because we believe that we need to “do something” to save ourselves, or to make ourselves acceptable to God. It seems like nothing we do is ever enough, so we live in continual fear of going to hell or losing a salvation that we never had in the first place. In reality, there is NOTHING we can do to change our dark, sinful nature. We are sinners by birth, and only a true conversion led by the Holy Spirit can change our nature.

If you are experiencing terror in religion and you would like help to overcome fear and torment, contact Pastor Pam at 1-888-818-1117 or send an email to getreadyforthelord@gmail.com. To learn more about false conversions vs. true conversions, and about how to detox from religiosity, get a copy of The Church of the End-Time Zombies: A Guide to Religious Detox at:

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4 Responses to “Why You Ain’t Saved: Because of Fear and Torment”

  1. Ricia Ali June 1, 2018 at 8:53 am #

    This piece gives me so much more clarity. I would say that my false conversion was governed by fear and torment. Since I’ve been reading posts from Rescue and I’ve come to accept the truth about my false conversion, I’ve come a long way from fear and torment, (still have a ways to go). However, recently, my daughters have been complaining about bad dreams and they always want me to pray for them. Using what I’ve learnt at Rescue, I’ve been explaining to them that using “prayer” as a crutch to pacify bad dreams and fear is not the answer. I’ve said to them that God does not give fear but power, love and a sound mind. Therefore, if you are experiencing anything other than a sound mind and the ability to think straight which gives you a personal power to move past things that are irrational and not grounded in reality then you have to build up your mind and renounce the enemy, knowing that the bad thoughts, images and ideas are not from God. My eldest even went as far as to tell me that, “but Mommy, you MUST pray! Praying is good, you have to pray” and I said to her, NO, learn how to renounce the enemy and train your mind to move past the enemy and his advances but they prefer to ask Mommy or Daddy to just pray it away. I think it’s a passive state of thinking and dependent. I saw so much of myself in that situation, always trying to pray away fear and torment. I know they are kids but once I know the truth, I’m about teaching and preparing them for when I’m not there. I understand how very scary and dark the world can be if you allow your mind to be passive and using things like a prayer plaster and “Christian” other rituals (e.g. anointing the house, drinking olive oil, walking up and down the house in a praying frenzy, talking in tongues, going for prayer, listening to worship music, listening to preaching, writing down bad things I want removed from my life and praying over it) to make you “feel better”. It’s short lived and it never works. It’s a never ending cycle of torment, torment, torment! They sulked and behaved as though I didn’t care about them and I must say it stung a little but I know I have to teach them the right thing or their life can be a living hell.


    • pastorps911 June 2, 2018 at 7:34 pm #

      You are doing the right thing Ricia. Prayer as never intended to create passivity. What God equipped us to do, WE DO! WE PRAY FOR ANSWERS, DIRECTION, CLARITY. I AM GOING TO SEARCH THE SCRIPTURES TO STUDY THE PRAYERS THAT ARE THERE, particularly those in the New Testament.

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  2. Aubrie February 15, 2018 at 12:37 am #

    Oh my, this is what ive been struggling with for 3 years. Wow


    • pastorps911 February 15, 2018 at 1:01 pm #

      Aubrie, we don’t just write and post. If you need ongoing help to overcome, call 888-818-1117 or write to rescueonfb@icloud.com
      Just know that there is no quick fix but its fixable.


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