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Somebody mentioned a thread on wine. It got me thinking about a preacher I recently heard stating that there was no alcohol in the wine Jesus made during His first recorded miracle.
However, I do have a problem with the statements made about serving the "good wine first" and the "bad wine last". It is obvious that this was a wedding party and there was alcohol in the wine and from my interpretation, "Good wine" was served after the guest was drunk enough not to pay much attention to the...
I know the answer brethren and sisters. For the vast majority of you, the answer is an emphatic YES!
Most of us, Calvinists and Arminians and other orthodox Christians, believe that God has always known all there is to ever know about everything.
God has never learned anything because he has always known all there is to ever know.
God sees the future as clearly as he sees the present and the past and he has always known everything that would ever happen.
Because we all believe this,...
4Now to him that worketh is the reward not reckoned of grace, but of debt.
5But to him that worketh not, but believeth on him that justifieth the ungodly, his faith is counted for righteousness.
That those whom Christ died for are Justified before believing, which pleases God [Heb 11:6] is evident from the fact that God Justifieth the Ungodly ! The word Justify here is in the present tense, denoting He was or is Justifying the Ungodly, while they are or were The Ungodly....
This is a interesting question. I know that demons can posses false converts and the unsaved. They can influence Christians, and according to some theologians (Erwin Lutzer & Tim Layhe) demons can appear as actual people, just as what you see when you watch a certain episode in the X-files Season 8. I am not sure of all the passages that Lutzer and Layhe use to back up that theology. So the question is can they be people?
Once I was out street witnessing and encountered a man that was not...
As regards to seeing his letters addressing salvation, not seeing that he onterpreted the Law and Justification from sense of how jewish teachers would understand it, not as we gentiles took it to mean?
God has called all to repent and believe in his Son in order to receive eternal life, so can man do that apart from the work of the HS to provide that?
I am in church last night and out pastor was speaking on the Past, Present and Future of Jesus. One of the verses was Hebrews 10:28.
"So Christ was once offered to bear the sins of many; and unto them that look for him shall he appear the second time without sin, unto salvation."
What jumped off the page at me was, "...appear the second time without sin,"
Now for sure I believe Jesus was sinless..., but he was in the flesh. We know the flesh represents sin by it's very...
FOREST: There is a salvation in coming unto a knowledge of the truth but it is not eternal salvation. It is a salvation (deliverance) that we receive here in this world as soon as we understand. Most of the salvation scriptures are deliverances we receive here in this world. The only time that it is talking about eternal salvation is when we are delivered from this present evil world.
I thought we might dedicate a thread for Forest (& Kyredneck, if he so desires) to give a BIBLICAL...