Brian “Head” Welch And the Plank In My Eye

THE PLANK IN MY EYE

My Lord said in Matthew 7:3-5—

“And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother’s eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye? Or how wilt thou say to thy brother, Let me pull out the mote out of thine eye; and, behold, a beam is in thine own eye? Thou hypocrite, first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother’s eye.”

So I need to consider my own eyes.

I need to be honest and humble.

We all struggle.

We all go through seasons were we look back like Lot’s wife and turn to salt.

I have.

Even recently, I have gone through a trial so big, that I became so discouraged and felt like giving up. I considered it. I remembered that some seeds fall among the rocks and thorns and considered that this could even be me. It was terrifying.

We all have a choice to follow Christ. I guess I am not a Calvinist when it comes to this. Because sometimes His grace doesn’t seem irresistible.  Sometimes, it feels hard to make the choice to follow Christ.

We all face seasons in the wilderness. We have to. We feel dry, we murmur, and we even may build a golden calf. But will we die in the wasteland, or will we put to death that sinful nature in ourselves and press on, in faith, into the promised land. What will we choose.

Recently I came face to face with that choice in my life. The past looked better than the present, and I remembered the delicacies of Egypt. My past (my slavery). I did not return to Egypt, but I looked back for about an hour and believed the lie that things were better then.

This happens to people. And when it happens we need to choose–will we continue to follow Jesus or will we turn away.

 “Listen then to what the parable of the sower means:  When anyone hears the message about the kingdom and does not understand it, the evil one comes and snatches away what was sown in their heart. This is the seed sown along the path.  The seed falling on rocky ground refers to someone who hears the word and at once receives it with joy. But since they have no root, they last only a short time. When trouble or persecution comes because of the word, they quickly fall away.  The seed falling among the thorns refers to someone who hears the word, but the worries of this life and the deceitfulness of wealth choke the word, making it unfruitful.  But the seed falling on good soil refers to someone who hears the word and understands it. This is the one who produces a crop, yielding a hundred, sixty or thirty times what was sown.”

I am not a theologian, but I am one of the ones who believe that only the seed that falls on good soil is the one who was really saved. People argue all day about whether a Christian can lose their salvation. I think we make it so complicated. Jesus says, that there will be people who receive Him with joy and seem to grow–but then turn their backs on Him. THEY turned on Him–not the other way around. This is why I have a problem with the whole “altar call,” pray a prayer and you will go to heaven–when half of the people walk out of the service unchanged heathens. You need to continue in the faith, continually saved by continual faith.

Can I walk away?

Yes.

Have I ever thought about it?

Yes.

That is my plank.

But I am still here.

The reason I am admitting my weakness, is because I do not want to be the hypocrite that Jesus talks about in Matthew 7. We all have junk in our eyes sometimes. Even the godliest among us. We are not Christ.

Paul says, “Brethren, if a man be overtaken in a fault, ye which are spiritual, restore such an one in the spirit of meekness; considering thyself, lest thou also be tempted. Bear ye one another’s burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ.” (Galatians 6:1-2)

So I want to in the spirit of meekness and humility, knowing I can look back to Egypt as well, make the following comments.

THE SPECK I SEE

I have been surprised the last few weeks in the amount of traffic I have seen on my blog, specifically to the post I made regarding the Whosoevers occult artwork. In fact, every day as I see the search terms that brought various people to the blog, I see that a lot of people are actually googling “Whosoevers occult” or “Whosoevers demonic” or “Whosoevers illuminati” to get to my blog.

Now I don’t know if certain people who support the Whosoevers are talking about the blog, and trying to find it that way. OR, if people are actually questioning the movement and wondering if there is any information out there about what they are feeling. I don’t know? It is just interesting.

The Last Hiker blog was not created AT ALL to go after any ministry or movement. It is just a place for me to vent my opinion, and I welcome discussion. Like I said in my first article I believe that there are people in the movement who genuinely love the Lord, have repented of sin, and desire to reach the lost.

However, on May 4, one of the main Whoeoevers, Brian “Head” Welch made the following announcement on his Facebook:

“Just to makes things clear… I will be in 2 bands now; “KoRn” and “Love & Death” thanks for those of you who support me. Much love to y’all”

Apparently some of his fans had a problem with this announcement, because the next day he posted this:

Again, thankU to those who support me. Non supporters: go away please, unfriend/unfollow me. Or I’ll just keep banning U til Ur all gone LOL

I am kind of shocked at all this for a couple of reasons. But right off the bat, I think it is an unfair and unkind statement for him to make to a group of his fans, who feel like he is going back to Egypt. Did he really ever CARE about his hardcore Christian fans? It seems more like he is laughing at them.

Brian “Head” Welch came into our churches, telling us that he left Korn to follow Christ, get clean, and be a better father. Leaving Korn was part of his testimony of salvation. He wept over his sins, he repented, and he gave up the world to follow Christ. It was good news to the church. Many Christians supported him, using his testimony to share with their unsaved loved ones. He bridged a gap between the lost and the found.

But now, he says in an interview, it is okay for him to go back because the band is sober now. So he won’t be tempted to do drugs.

Okay.

So Korn was only bad because you did drugs while you were in the band????

Uhm . . . NOOOOOO.

I may be naive, but I have read their lyrics and I remember their songs. Don’t they have copious cuss words–F-words–vulgar slang word for body parts–COPIOUS.

There are parental advisories for explicit lyrics on EVERY album. So this is a band that young people and Christians should not be listening to.

If you agree with me, then DON’T click on this link (you will be poluted!!!)

If you disagree with me so far, then click on this link–

K@#Ø%!

–read the lyrics and then tell my why it is okay for Head to go back to Korn . . .

The lyrics are so infinitely NON-Christian that I just am beside myself in confusion and frustration. These are songs we need to repent of. Songs we throw out of our iTunes when we come to Christ.

And tell me how many Christians and Whosoevers are going to see Korn in concert now?

“I want to go see Korn, because Head went back and Fieldy got saved!!!”

I can hear them now. Justifying it.

And Head won’t hear anyone who says different. He will unfriend them and block them from his Facebook.

Why won’t he hear?

And the Whosoevers are behind this decision. Posting this supporting promotional video on their blog.

On May 6 Head posted an article on his Facebook, where he shares who his favorite bands have been through the years.

Brian "Head" Welch of Korn and Love And Death Talks Favorite Metal Bands - By ARTISTdirect.com editor in chief Rick Florino...

At the end of the article Head says,

Slayer

You can’t deny stuff like “South of Heaven“. It’s genius.”

I used to have that album. Of course I threw it away when I fell in love with Jesus. Because honestly, when you really LOVE Jesus you can’t enjoy Slayer anymore. They say really bad things about him and it starts to break your heart. Musically, Slayer is amazing. Spiritually, Slayer is religious–they love Satan (and death, murder, blood, suicide, sex, demons, etc.). I think I still have all their lyrics memorized 15 years later, that if I heard a song right now I could sing it word for word.

I am not proud of that.

Unlike Head, I CAN deny stuff like that.

But what about the fans?

How will this affect them?

Well, we have proof that Christians are attending these Korn shows . . .

“Brian, you’re set with Love & Death was amazing! And I have rarely seen such passion on stage as I saw during Korn’s set last night. God bless you!” –from Head’s facebook page

This comment brings up a good point–the “Christian” band Love & Death is opening for Korn. What fellowship does light have with darkness?

James says, “Out of the same mouth proceedeth blessing and cursing. My brethren, these things ought not so to be. Doth a fountain send forth at the same place sweet water and bitter?  Can the fig tree, my brethren, bear olive berries? either a vine, figs? So can no fountain both yield salt water and fresh. Who is a wise man and endued with knowledge among you? Let him shew out of a good conversation his works with meekness of wisdom.

Another fan said:

“So sick of the hypocrites criticizing Head for what he’s doing! He was led to play with Korn again, he felt that was what God was wanting him to do. Have you cynical people ever thought that with Head doing this he’s more likely to SAVE other people’s lives people who have never heard his testimony or who are atheist our needing to be pulled from the dark?! Head and Fieldy together are both Saved and don’t do any of that bad stuff! Hell none of the band does anymore, they’ve GROWN UP AND SO SHOULD YOU JUDGMENTAL PEOPLE!!!!

A true fan follows a person and supports them no matter what they go through or decide to do! Head is one of the sweetest guys I’ve ever met. I suggest all you judgmental Christians stop judging what he’s doing. As you should know “judge not lest he be judged”!

If you don’t like it then go follow someone else, it’s clear who are the real fans and who aren’t!”–from his facebook page

There is so much wrong with this comment; I won’t cover it all. But, according to her logic, then Annie (the Hooker for Christ) should go back to the street corner to share the gospel with her clients. I really can’t see God telling Head, “Go back to Korn. Sing perverted wicked and vile songs, so that people will glorify me.” And could we even find a Bible verse to confirm that calling? Hosea??? Nope it doesn’t really fit. It isn’t the same.

Another fan said:

“The people that are giving head a hard time I don’t think realize the major influence he has had on Korn, and to them I say, stop using your interpretation of scripture to judge and put down a man that God is using. If you don’t personally know Brian then you need to stop.”–from Head’s facebook

I like how this person qualified SCRIPTURE with “your interpretation”–couldn’t we just justify anything that way??? “It is YOUR interpretation that it is wrong for me to cheat on my wife.” or “It is YOUR interpretation of Scripture that I shouldn’t steal money from my boss.” Scripture is of no private interpretation. We need to take it for what it says. It is not that difficult.

And if one of his fans could give a verse that shows that this is a godly and Biblical choice–wouldn’t they post it, instead of just telling us to not judge.

DO NOT JUDGE

Let us look at this, in conclusion; for it is where we began.

Matthew 7: 1-5—Judge not, that ye be not judged. For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again. And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother’s eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye? Or how wilt thou say to thy brother, Let me pull out the mote out of thine eye; and, behold, a beam is in thine own eye? Thou hypocrite, first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother’s eye.

Notice, it says that it is okay to judge once we have cast the beam out of our own eye. And it says that we are not judging to condemn them, but to help them. We get the beam out of our own eye, so we can help our brother get the mote out of his eye.

Our motive is to help our brothers and sisters who may be in spiritual danger.

If we are never to judge, how could we ever help?

If we were never to judge, why does Jesus tell us to judge just a few verses later?

Look . . .

 Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves. Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles? Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit; but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit.  A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit.  Every tree that bringeth not forth good fruit is hewn down, and cast into the fire. Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them. Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven. Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works? And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity. (Matthew 7:15-23)

Jesus tells us to judge, to beware, to inspect the fruit of others. It is important to do so. We do not want to eat fruit that is bad. We need to realize, not everyone who says they are saved really is.

That is the hard truth.

I am not saying that Head is not saved.

I am saying that right now, we are seeing some really bad fruit.

If he is our brother, we should pray for him and correct him. But he may not listen. It seems like he has no heart to listen, and sadly it is the same for many of his fans.

Honestly, I looked for him to give his Christian fans some reason to see God in this. I looked. He hasn’t really posted much about the Lord lately. It is true. I am concerned.

REALITY

The reality is, Head has a choice.

He may be remembering Egypt right now and looking back in longing. He may change and repent. He may wrongly have thought this was of God. Sometimes we are wrong. The Lord corrects us and we repent.

Or he may be ready to move back to Egypt.

We all have a choice.

The seed falls on four types of ground.

The reality is, 3 out of 4 people who hear the message turn away from it.

I know in my heart, I don’t want to be one of them. Sometimes that means I need to fight my flesh really hard, and battle my nature to cling to Jesus (with prayer, study, fasting, worship, and more prayer)–so I don’t become one of them.

I will finish by posting this passage, one more time.

 “Listen then to what the parable of the sower means:  When anyone hears the message about the kingdom and does not understand it, the evil one comes and snatches away what was sown in their heart. This is the seed sown along the path.  The seed falling on rocky ground refers to someone who hears the word and at once receives it with joy. But since they have no root, they last only a short time. When trouble or persecution comes because of the word, they quickly fall away.  The seed falling among the thorns refers to someone who hears the word, but the worries of this life and the deceitfulness of wealth choke the word, making it unfruitful.  But the seed falling on good soil refers to someone who hears the word and understands it. This is the one who produces a crop, yielding a hundred, sixty or thirty times what was sown.”

If you want to read more about Brian Head Welch, you can read I Don’t Get it Brian

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16 Responses to Brian “Head” Welch And the Plank In My Eye

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  3. pastorj says:

    Very well said. Disappointing

  4. XFEARXGODX says:

    I fell like this is a bad move for head he should just leave korn n just stay with love n death he worked so hard to do better for himself n I really hope he doesn’t lose his faith being back in korn

  5. Ballerina says:

    Hi! I wrote an article too on my web site exposing Welch (https://sites.google.com/site/reflectionsfromthewall/videos/follow-me/blog/thefruitofbrianheadwelch) and was working on a follow up. Do you mind if I link your articles you wrote on Welch and The Whosoevers to my next article?

  6. Hello Ballerina! I LOVE your article. It is so good. You have put together so much important information. Please feel free to link my articles. Hopefully people will be warned. I have to admit, that I was sickened–so sickened, angered, and grieved–over the information regarding John Crowder. He is absolutely demon possessed. I believe he is imparting demons to his sheep too. And to watch Head standing there holding the communion cup with a smile on his face–Unbelievable!!! Thank you for your work. God bless!!!

  7. Ballerina says:

    Thank you! I hadn’t noticed that one of the videos I had linked on there had been set to private. So I replaced it with this one (http://youtu.be/OdTaCY7NNs8) exposing Crowder’s demonic ministry. When I have the entry written up I will post on here. Thank you so much for letting me link your article/blog! God bless you!!

  8. Mr Guy says:

    It’s an interesting notion to hear other Christians judging Brian for his decision, despite the fact that his faith journey has inspired the rest of the band in ways none of us ever imagined possible. Yes, Korn has a past, like everyone else here. No, that past is not a gleaming jewel of testimony to Christ … is yours? Brian took 8 years to reconcile with the rest of the band, who are his friends and family. These men grew up together. They have known each other since the were pre-school age. Would you refuse to associate with your family because they were alcoholics?

    Yes, we are to deny the flesh and focus on Him … I have yet to see where Brian has failed in this tasking. He is on the biggest stage in the world, with the brightest spotlight, and he is testifying. And you are judging. You have fulfilled in this one passage all the stereotypes about Christians that make witnessing so hard. I am proud of Brian for the journey he as taken and the example he has set. I know that age, faith, and family change a lot in a man, and I know all the guys in Korn are very different people now than the boys that wrote much of the music you are judging them for now. I was never a Slayer fan, because of the lyrical content (even when I wasn’t a Christian), but as a guitar player, you can’t deny the chops of Henneman and King … they wrote some sick guitar riffs. That’s what Brian is talking about. People seem to forget that he is a guitar player and learned to play long before he discovered Christ.

    I know Brian and Reggie have both instituted a number of conditions to their performing, including the permanent removal of certain songs from consideration on the set list, and are supporting each other. It would be one thing if Brian returned to a band that was the same as when he left, but now he has a community of faith on the road, and I will hope and pray for him that he is strengthened in his journey. I get the feeling in these comments and this opinion piece that you want to see him fail because you don’t understand his decision. He has the opportunity to bring the rest of the band to Christ (and you don’t know that it hasn’t happened already), and to influence generations of young men and women who were standing at the precipice of a very dark chasm.

    In the choice between sarcasm and hope, I will choose hope.

  9. Thank you for commenting. I read and re-read your comment because I wanted to give you a good response.

    1.) Your first paragraph is basically that I am judging Brian. And you ask me “Would you refuse to associate with your family because they were alcoholic?” But that kind of minimizes the issue. I am not saying he can’t be a friend to his old buddies and an influence to them. I LOVE that idea. I am saying that it might be wrong to team up with them in a way that actually compromises YOUR OWN walk. I would still associate with family members that are alcoholics. But Brian joining Korn is the equivalent of me spending my life in bars to be with my family–and no, I would not do that.

    2.) Your second paragraph is basically that I am judging Brian. You say that the reason it is hard for him is because he is in the spotlight, and even though he is in the spotlight he is still witnessing about Christ. Well, that is what he was doing a few years ago. But I have been hard pressed to find the same level of commitment to witnessing for Christ At ALL lately. But it has been too easy to find evidence of the opposite. In fact, I feel like I did a fair job giving him the benefit of the doubt regarding his walk in my article. I wrote, “I am not saying that Head is not saved. I am saying that right now, we are seeing some really bad fruit. If he is our brother, we should pray for him and correct him. But he may not listen. It seems like he has no heart to listen, and sadly it is the same for many of his fans.” It is not wrong to point this out.

    3.) In the third paragraph you basically saying that I am maliciously judging Brian, and that I actually desire him to fail. Did you even read my article? I spent half of the article confessing my own sin, weakness, and frailty. BTW, thank you for mentioning that the are not playing all of their old songs. That is great information to know. And it is a wise choice on their part.

    In an effort to be fair, I went to Brian’s Facebook page just now, to look and see if I see anything new that glorifies Christ. I did notice that he posted that he was in church last night. Unfortunately, he was at Bethel church in Redding last night. This is a horrible, unbiblical church. Have you checked out any of the articles on Brian’s connection to this demonic church movement? Have you considered that Brian thinks it is okay to “toke baby Jesus” with John Crowder? Those are serious concerns. I am sure that you think that this is again being judgmental.

    But it is odd how you don’t see that your own comment to me, while valuable, is also judgmental. You are judging me, you are judging my article, you even go on to judge my motivation in all of this. You don’t give me any verses that support your position. You just tell me that I shouldn’t judge someone that you like. You are doing the very same thing you are accusing me of doing.

    BUT, if you would like to look into Brian’s connections with extreme church movements, check out a wonderful blog on it here: https://sites.google.com/site/reflectionsfromthewall/videos/follow-me/blog/thefruitofbrianheadwelch

    If you do want to see Brian continue to be used to bring the world to Christ eternally, then consider this stuff and pray for him. If he is wrong, God can change him. But let’s not assume that just because he had a great start he is immune from error, look at King Saul.

    Anyways, thanks for the comment.

  10. Anonymous says:

    I just had yo make a comment on these comments, how is it guding anyone toward Christ if the content of your album has parental warning on it. Isnt profanity wrong? That should be sometning he chooses to change in order to return to the band. I have been doing a bit of research and am more than a bit confused on those choices. I will say Mr Welch was the first I am second video I watched and I cried for him and his daughter and praised God in how he was saved, thank you lordfor that, but still left confused….

    Not judging anyone as there are not big emough pliers for plank in my eye!!!

  11. Beth Wilhide says:

    I just had yo make a comment on these comments, how is it guding anyone toward Christ if the content of your album has parental warning on it. Isnt profanity wrong? That should be sometning he chooses to change in order to return to the band. I have been doing a bit of research and am more than a bit confused on those choices. I will say Mr Welch was the first I am second video I watched and I cried for him and his daughter and praised God in how he was saved, thank you lordfor that, but still left confused….

    Not judging anyone as there are not big emough pliers for plank in my eye!!!

  12. Barbara says:

    Welch interviewed Dave Ellefson from Megadeth this month. This is what Welch had to say to him:

    “You and I are a couple of the many rockers who have had legitimate encounters with Christ and we’re still changed to this day. A lot of people think the whole Christian thing is about turning into a “good boy.” I’ve found that it’s not about that. It’s about actually having experiences with Christ or angels where God touches you and continually changes you into the best version of yourself. In other words, it’s Christ’s job to change us as we yield to Him.”

    Read More: HeAd’s KoRner: Brian ‘Head’ Welch Goes One on One With Megadeth’s David Ellefson | http://loudwire.com/heads-korner-brian-head-welch-megadeth-david-ellefson/?trackback=tsmclip

    Welch says being a Christian is about having experiences with Christ or angels to change into the best version of your self.

    This is not biblical – this is new age! It’s about self, they say. There are no verses in the Bible to support this. He is correct when he says Christ changes us as we yield to him, but he doesn’t change us into better versions of us, he changes us to be more like Him! Romans 8:28-29

    And having ‘experiences’. Having experiences with angels. Nowhere in the Bible are we told to do this.

    I know several people in the new age movement. One of them did channeling with her Reiki healer to meet her angles, seeing flashes of bright light, and experiencing the euphoria. I tried to warn her but she said nothing bad comes from light. I shared the Bible verse about Satan transforming himself into an angel of light. She told me I was in fear! Interesting – Welch told Nikki Sixx in his interview that people judge him for what he does are fear-based. It all ties in.

    And then Ellefson says something disturbing: “After all, what does God know about money, sex or heavy metal?! Turns out, He knows a lot about them because He created them for us and through us.”

    God created through us? I know the Bible says God created the world through Jesus Christ:

    John 1 – ” In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 2 He was with God in the beginning. 3 Through him all things were made; without him nothing was made that has been made.”

    Is Ellefson implying that we are god? I wouldn’t be surprised. That’s a main belief of the new age. YOU are god. As my new age friend tells me – God is a force, an energy. God is in everything, therefore you are god.

    I pray that Jesus Christ gives us discernment in these days. It doesn’t seem to be something that is important to very many people. I haven’t seen any pastors in the spotlight teaching on this. In fact, I heard a radio pastor say last week that we should be open to what other ‘men of God’ are teaching. If we don’t we are guilty of being a carnal legalistic Christian – a sinner who is worse than a regular carnal Christian who thinks grace covers everything and he can do what he wants. There was no mention of discernment or testing teaching against God’s Word. It was interesting he said we should be open to what other men area teaching – he didn’t say be open to what the Bible says – but other men. http://www.ccpacifichills.org/messages/?sermon_id=47 This sermon says from 2007, but it’s basically the same message he gave last week on KWVE.

  13. Korn is Babylon – we should all flee from it

  14. Derek says:

    This blog is disturbing to me. I am a Christian. However, I don’t believe we(Christians) were called to preach to the choir… We were called by the great commission to go into the world and preach the gospel… The Pharisees had a similar take on Christianity that the writer of this blog has; and a couple thousand years ago, people just like this falsely accused, and murdered Jesus. So if the writer of this blog wants to take on the role of The Almighty God and concern themselves with everyone else’s calling, then God bless you. I was a decade long opiate addict and it wasn’t the “Pharisee” type people that showed me a glimpse of grace, it was the whosoevers. Not necessarily the non profit organization(although I believe in what they are doing for the kingdom) but the ones in John 3:16. Live in the joy of your salvation and stop condemning others for living in theirs. Enough said… Blessings.

    • Oh wow! You said some interesting things. I do appreciate your passion, but I pray you extend it to the church. Yes! Let’s reach the lost. But we are also told to exhort, instruct, edifying, correct and contend for truth–to the choir!!! Read the epistles.

      I rejoice that you were delivered from addiction. But it was because you received the gospel, not a human message.

      I am not a Pharisee. I am not God. I am simply a sister in The Lord that wants to stand up for her convictions (the same way you just did).

      Thank you for reading what I wrote and sharing your heart though. I pray that you continue in The Lord and you are blessed as you grow in His Word. Much love.

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