Modern Judas

Yesterday the unthinkable happened. Gov. Nathan Deal of Georgia vetoed a bill that would have protected ministers from the homosexual lobby that wants to force us to perform gay weddings. The part that is disturbing is not that he had a disagreement he didn’t , he was bullied by money! He sold us out so not to loose movies and sports events. He says he’s a christian hmm I remember another supporter of Jesus until he was greedy and he too betrayed for money. The more things change the more they stay the same.
Bishop Jackson Plant

Another Year Another Season

I am sitting here sitting in Maryland and I realized that as a new corner is turned in the season in time another one changes in the spirit.  God has been so very very good to me ( apologies to Garret Morris and SNL) but he has and I am blown away how he can love one such as I.  As I get older and I see life changing, I see that although I have come so far from where I was in June of 1997 I still have so far to go.  

I can remember like it was yesterday, May 1997 I was lost, hurting done with church and the hypocrisy that I saw in it. Then God met me and nothing was the same.  I felt the presence of God like I had never done before.  I call myself a spiritual schizophrenic because I fight for what I don’t need and don’t know what I do need.  I asked God for power to spread his word, anointing to take his word to the earth.  I felt so new life never before.  I so long for that again!  So much has happened in the last 18 years. I am now retired from the military, married and getting ready to leave my dream job. 

God I meant it when I said here I am Lord send me. And he did, I went to Japan, Austrailia, Iraq, UAE, Dubie, PI, Thailand, Maryland, Hawaii and now Texas. Just when you think you know what God wants he throws a kink in it. God told me to pack and move to Hawaii, one month after I got married.  That was a fun and painful assignment. I learned so much about God and how to sit and listen and when to move and take authority. Then a new season.

I am looking forward to the new year and new challenges ahead. New and old friends. As I look ahead to my imminent move to Texas I anticipate what God will have me do. Start a church? Sit and just relax?  All ahead Flank 3!


Bishop Jackson Plant

Plant Ministries

Beware the wolves in Pastors cloathing

The bible warns us of watching for wolves and the dangers.  What about the dangers from the inside?  Well meaning ministers of the faith who have been decieved and are leading people astry. 

What is Hyper Grace? (A)”The term hyper-grace has been used to describe a new wave of teaching that emphasizes the grace of God to the exclusion of other vital teachings such as repentance and confession of sin. Hyper-grace teachers maintain that all sin, past, present, and future, has already been forgiven, so there is no need for a believer to ever confess it. Hyper-grace teaching says that, when God looks at us, He sees only a holy and righteous people. The conclusion of hyper-grace teaching is that we are not bound by Jesus’ teaching, even as we are not under the Law; that believers are not responsible for their sin; and that anyone who disagrees is a pharisaical legalist. In short, hyper-grace teachers “pervert the grace of our God into a license for immorality” (Jude 1:4) and flirt with antinomianism.

Jesus’ words to the seven churches in the book of Revelation strongly contradict the idea that Christians never need to repent. To the church at Ephesus, Jesus said, “Consider how far you have fallen! Repent and do the things you did at first. If you do not repent, I will come to you and remove your lampstand from its place” (Revelation 2:4). Jesus rebukes five of the seven churches and demands repentance from them (Revelation 2:4, 6, 20; 3:3, 15–19). Far from believers being unaccountable for their sin, they must answer to Jesus for their disobedience (see also 2 Corinthians 5:10).

Preachers of hyper-grace doctrine discount the Old Testament and the Ten Commandments as irrelevant to New Testament believers. They even teach that Jesus’ words spoken before His resurrection are part of the Old Covenant and no longer applicable to born-again believers. But is this true?

In Mark 13:31, Jesus said, “Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will never pass away.” Before Jesus ascended into heaven, He promised that the Father would send the Holy Spirit who “will teach you all things and will remind you of everything I have said to you” (John 14:26). If Jesus’ words are no longer applicable to believers, why would we need to be reminded of them?

Hyper-grace teaching is a good example of mixing truth with error. An emphasis on the beauty and power of God’s grace is good, but some teachers are neglecting what Paul called the “whole counsel of God” (Acts 20:27). For example, it is true that Christians have been forgiven by God. But that doesn’t mean we never have to confess our sin. James 5:16 says, “Confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed.” If we are to confess our sins to each other, why would we not need to confess them to God, since every sin is ultimately a sin against God (Psalm 51:4)?

Also, 1 John 1:9 gives clear instruction to believers about confessing sin. It begins with the word if: “If we confess our sin, He is faithful and just to forgive our sin and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.” This is a cause/effect statement implying that we cannot have the second without the first. As blood-bought children of God, we do not continue to confess our sin in order to be saved from hell. We confess and repent in order to reestablish an intimate relationship with our Father. We are “positionally righteous” but “practically sinful.”

To counter this argument, hyper-grace preachers deny that John’s letters were written to believers. However, 1 John 2:1 begins with this: “My dear children, I write this to you so that you will not sin. But if anybody does sin, we have an advocate with the Father—Jesus Christ, the Righteous One.” John is clearly writing to believers whom he personally knew. He indicates that his believing friends may indeed sin, and that, when they do, they need to confess it.

Hyper-grace preachers also claim the Holy Spirit will never convict Christians of their sin. Mature Christians should recognize this fallacy right away. Every disciple of Christ has felt the overwhelming conviction of the Holy Spirit when he or she has sinned. Jesus calls the Holy Spirit “the Spirit of Truth” (John 15:26). Truth, by its very definition, will not tolerate anything false. When the Spirit of Truth abides in a believing heart (1 Corinthians 6:19), He brings conviction about anything that is not truth.

In summary, much of what the hyper-grace preachers teach is valid. We are indeed saved by grace, not our works (Ephesians 2:8–9). And God’s grace is marvelous, great, and free (1 Timothy 1:14). However, hyper-grace teaching is out of proportion to the rest of Scripture. Any time one doctrine is emphasized to the exclusion of the rest, we fall into error because we fail to “correctly handle” the Word (2 Timothy 2:15).

Jesus was full of both “grace and truth” (John 1:14). The two are in delicate balance, and a tip to either side can result in a false gospel. We must always compare any new teaching with the “whole counsel of God” and learn to disregard anything that veers even slightly from the truth (1 John 4:1).”

Wow!  And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: How much clearer do we need to be?  Please study and pray and be prepared to show the light of the word on these that are trapped in this lie. 

God wants everyone to be saved and be with him, but to do this we have to recognize the need of his salvation, that is why this is so dangrous.  


Bishop Jackson Plant
Footnotes: (A) God


Packed up

It’s been a great three years here in paradise. As I am getting ready to move back to the mainland I want to touch on the difference I’ve seen here over mainland.

  1. A different world:
    HAWAII has its own time, schedule, speech bra. I was amazed at how relaxed and laid back here. A job that takes a day might take three. If the waves are good well sick day lol.
  2. The roads and drivers. 
    Let’s say I long for the beltway lol. One drop of rain and its Indy 500! But don’t forget the 35 mph in the left lane!!!! Grrrr😖
  3. The houses:
    Single wall construction, no ac, roosters running around in the city. The cost, wow! I never thought I’d pay $600,000 for a house! And no ac! But the view!!!  


I will miss that in Texas! But now I get to head back to the land of grits and sweet tea😆.
Bishop Jackson Plant 

Another Year Another Grey Hair.

Growing up I had asumed I knew what life would be like when I turned 51 the second half of my life. Wow I never thought I would make it this long.  Satan had his chances long ago to remove me from this life.  From birth, I was born in March 9, 1964 at 10:02 am. Two months early, I always have been the type to run where angels fear to tread. I weighed a massive 3lbs 5oz. wow, the doctors gave me less than 50% chance of living, but God! When I was in the Navy, I injured my shoulder in bootcamp so after a year of pain the doctor wanted to look.  I had a simple scope procedure, it went great till it was time to start to wake me.  They pulled the breathing tube from my throat and I was supposed to breath, however, I was not awake so my brain and lungs said breath but my throat said no so we had problems.  I had a negitive pressure pulmanary edema wow what a mouthfull.  Well they had to put the tube back so they had to paralyse me.  Well that stopped everything, heart, lungs etc.  Out comes the paddles you know the one…clear…zap!!! Well I came back after being dead for 4 minutes.  One more time then I will move on, I was due to be ordained as a Bishop well the day came and I took my Mother with me to Pennsylvania.  It was a snowy day, I was started to get off at my exit when I saw in the distace a truck pulling off the road and I saw why.  It was a big dully bucket truck and he lost a wheel.  I am going 60 to try to get out of the way, like a torpedo at my miada!  It hit my front wheel and I went airborn 15 feet!  I landed hard but I down shifted and kept control of the car.  Pulled over and started shaking bad, looked at the car and did not look bad but later I learned how bad it was.  We drove home in the rain very slowly.  I put the car in the shop and they doubted me.  Three weeks later I get the car back with apologies. He asked me how high I went to do the damage he thought 15 feet.  God looked over me and my mother.  Satan did not want me to get my Ordination that night, but I did and God gets the glory.  

Now I have a great wife, job and dog lol.  I am doing well, God has blessed me with all this and a ministry that I am just starting to walk in after 25 years. I am truly excited for the next 51 years, hmm I guess that truly makes me middle age now :).  Blessings.

Bishop Jackson Plant

Kingdom Time Ministries


Being culturally relevant is biblically dead!

Wow Rob Bell I am glad your not a pastor after this load of stuff…Bell warned that if the church keeps resisting same-sex marriage it would “continue to be even more irrelevant.”

“I think culture is already there and the church will continue to be even more irrelevant when it quotes letters from 2,000 years ago as their best defense, when you have in front of you flesh-and-blood people who are your brothers and sisters, and aunts and uncles, and co-workers and neighbors, and they love each other and just want to go through life,” he said.

“There are churches who are moving forward and there are churches who are almost regressing and making it more of a battle,” added his wife.
If me following Christ and not bowing to the world then let us be irrelevant! That’s called popularity!

Church is not called for popularity but to be hated! Church remember this. I’ll take being irrelevant over kissing Satans rear! Be strong end is soon! Be strong!
Bishop Jackson Plant

The 3 types of suicide, are they all self murder?

The church for 2000 years has said suicide is the unpardonable sin! I don’t believe that and I will share with you why. I have seen too many suicides recently and I think people need to see the plan of the devil!

Here is a interesting conundrum, I am seeing a lot of Christian ministers who I guess want to show how Godly they are decide to post to the world, declaring that suicide sends you to hell no matter what. They call it self murder, where is the line drawn? Is it all, or not? Do we really know? Here are my different types of suicide; as you will see are not all the same.

Two types of suicide:
1. Act of Love: Jumping on a hand granade is called suicide but do you really think that will send you to hell? Pushing someone out of the way of a car is the same type of action knowing you will die you lay down your life for another. Seems Jesus commanded us to do just that.

1JN 3:16 This is how we know what love is: Jesus Christ laid down his life for us. And we ought to lay down our lives for our brothers and sisters. Jesus life could not be taken so he gave up his life, is that not the definition of suicide? Jesus knew that in order for the sacrifice to save us to happen he would have to die. He knew (remember he is God) that no man can take his life, so he laid down his life for all of us, again living the commandment he gave in 1 JN 3:16.

2. Acts of deceptions:
Funny that in the last week I have had a friend from the mainland call me asking about this, a friend of his had killed herself and was worried about her. I asked if she was saved, he said yes, then I asked if she was under the curse of depression, he said yes. I really believe that if a person is depressed and fallen for the lies of the devil, then they are not fully under their right minds. After all their blinded and depressed by the father of lies himself! I am not talking I just lost some money and I am bummed, no I am talking a depression that is so dark so deep that you can not hear Gods voice. You feel that no one cares and you are being told that you are better off dead! Just do it, your a burden, your family will be relieved and your family can move on. I have been there once, I know lots of others, I am here to tell you there is no shame, get help! Talk to Pastors, friends, teachers, Doctors for help.

3. Acts of Rebellion:
I might be wrong but what I consider self murder; if a person maliciously takes their lives in a “I will just show them, boy I bet this will make them upset they will see.” Selfish, narcisistic behaviors, thinking only of them selves. I think that is self murder. I don’t know for sure, but remember they leave friends and family who it would hurt badly if you “Ministers” forget love and decide to hammer them for their loved ones moment of weakness.

Bishop Jackson Plant

What is the mark of the beast and is it here?

Mark of the beast will be the dividing line between Gods and the devils people!
Is the mark here and are we taking it now?

The church is taught about this it is one of the first things people hear. Here are some things it’s not,
1. Having a license number of 666.
2. Paying a bill of 6.66
3. Not getting a implant for services or tracking.

It is to be,

A willfully taken, clear headed decision taken where if you refuse it you will die!
Not a cheesy joke of a chip. The church is scarred there running around like chicken little convinced the sky is falling, obamacare is forcing us to take mark, children being forced to be tracked. Obviously not the mark! No where is it mentioned if you refuse you will be beheaded!
We must be ready for this technology will be used by the enemy soon but know the signs. Let’s be prepared so we’re not taken by surprise.
We are not of fear but God, so that none will perish!

Bishop J. Plant

How the mighty hath fallen!

‘Love Wins’ Author Rob Bell Supports Gay Marriage
Rob Bell, a former rock star pastor has embraced heretical teachings! It is sad really, first he wrote his tome: Love Wins:

Rob Bell uses the time-tested instrument of heretics, namely questions, especially questions laced with taunting irony. By means of such questions, Bell effectively leads down the path of error in such a way that he cannot easily be pinned down and accused of teaching contrary to the Bible. Bell also cunningly mocks Reformed (i.e., biblical) teaching, making it appear to be absurd.

For Bell, the Bible is a collection of stories that are important because they describe what is happening to us yet today

Bell badly misuses Scripture. Rather than drawing his teaching out of the whole of Scripture, he starts with a preconceived notion and finds a few lines from the Bible that ostensibly support it. He improperly places verses from two different contexts together. He selects obscure texts, which he uses to confuse the issue at hand, and ignores texts that are clear and pertinent – which contradict his teaching. He paraphrases, quotes out of context, and wrongly applies texts. For one example: in support of his view that the kingdom of God will be on the earth, Bell perverts the Lord’s prayer into a petition that “God’s kingdom come, on earth as it is in heaven.”

Third, Rob Bell wants nothing of absolute truth. Churches that maintain certain truths and reject error have a form of Christianity that he mockingly labels “brickianity.” He rather describes proper theology in terms of a trampoline spring. Such “flexibility” in theology is beneficial to a heretic for he cannot be condemned for teaching contrary to “the truth.”

Fourth, Bell cleverly wraps his lies around a kernel of truth. With that small element of truth, heretics fool many who have a limited knowledge of the Bible. Besides, when heretics are challenged, they can always point to that kernel of truth and insist that they are maintaining the truth.

This is the methodology of heretics from Arius, to Pelagius, to Arminius. Peter informs us that these false teachers “privily bring in damnable heresies” (II Peter 2:1).
Eventually, all will be saved, though it may take some time in “the next” life. For God, according to Bell, will give people what they want. If they “want isolation, despair and the right to be [their] own god, God graciously grants… that option” (Love, 117). Yet, Bell assures us that part of the Christian tradition maintains that “the love of God will melt every hard heart, and even the most ‘depraved sinners’ will eventually give up their resistance and turn to God” (Love, 107). So, go ahead and believe that.

An End to Hell

Rob Bell rejects the biblical teaching on hell as a place, as an eternal destiny, and as a punishment from a righteous and holy God. Hell is a condition of life. There are “all kinds of hells” right now (Love, 79). “Poverty, injustice, suffering-they are all hells on earth” (Elvis, 148). In the next life, hell will be “the very real consequences we experience when we reject the good and true and beautiful life that God has for us” and “the evil… when we fail to live in God’s world God’s way” (Love, 93). But that is our choice, and Bell gives assurance that if we choose to live in God’s world in God’s way, we will leave hell behind, and enjoy life in heaven. Hell is not forever. It lasts as long as we choose it.

What if tomorrow someone digs up definitive proof that Jesus had a real, earthly, biological father…, and archeologists…find [his] tomb and do DNA samples and prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that the virgin birth was just a bit of mythologizing the Gospel writers threw in…?

Obviously, that is a denial of the deity of the Lord Jesus Christ. If Jesus had an earthly father, He is not God. If He is not God, there is no salvation and no Christianity.