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Old 10-13-2009, 12:56 PM
 
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Confronting Error with Condemnation, Not Conversation :: Grace to You

"And now He is done. He’s done talking to the scribes and Pharisees and Sadducees and Herodians except by necessity at His trial. He is done speaking to the crowds, the people and verse 45 says, “While all the people were listening, He said to His disciples...” This is a transition. People are still listening but He turns to speak to the disciples, this is what He will now do from here on. No more messages to the crowds. From now on He speaks to His disciples. Very important transition. He said all there is to say, nothing more can be said. He’s answered every question that could be raised. He will turn and give instruction to those who are still following, still showing interest, still wanting to learn from Him, still following Him. The attackers are gone and the crowd fades away.
But there’s one final message for everybody to hear, disciples and people. And it is the message of verses 46 and 47, “Beware of the scribes.” He goes out with a warning. The final message, any time somebody gives a final message......"
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Old 10-13-2009, 01:28 PM
 
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But there’s one final message for everybody to hear, disciples and people. And it is the message of verses 46 and 47, “Beware of the scribes.” He goes out with a warning. The final message, any time somebody gives a final message......"
And what did Scribes do, Fundy? . . . WRITE the WRITTEN WORD . . . yet you rest your entire fate on them as the absolute truth AS WRITTEN . . . and NOT as "written in our hearts" and interpreted through the eyes of Jesus and His Holy Spirit within.
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Old 10-13-2009, 02:00 PM
 
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heretic and heresy sound dangerous. even today.
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Old 10-13-2009, 02:06 PM
 
Location: Prattville, Alabama
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And what did Scribes do, Fundy? . . . WRITE the WRITTEN WORD . . . yet you rest your entire fate on them as the absolute truth AS WRITTEN . . . and NOT as "written in our hearts" and interpreted through the eyes of Jesus and His Holy Spirit within.
I agree...we are to be taught from God not from man. That is why Isaiah said that the law would be written on our hearts and we would no longer be taught of men but directly from God. The more I study the origins of our current bible (rewritten and translated to fit the dogma of the Roman church and Constantine) the more I understand that what we have is not what Jesus intended. Most Christians are still babes in Christ and until they get past their simple faith of following fleshly man, they will never learn the higher mysteries of God. As Paul state in Corinthians, those mysteries can only be shared by those who are perfect...has anyone here reached perfection yet?
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Old 10-13-2009, 02:13 PM
 
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I agree...we are to be taught from God not from man. That is why Isaiah said that the law would be written on our hearts and we would no longer be taught of men but directly from God. The more I study the origins of our current bible (rewritten and translated to fit the dogma of the Roman church and Constantine) the more I understand that what we have is not what Jesus intended. Most Christians are still babes in Christ and until they get past their simple faith of following fleshly man, they will never learn the higher mysteries of God. As Paul state in Corinthians, those mysteries can only be shared by those who are perfect...has anyone here reached perfection yet?
repped.
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Old 10-13-2009, 02:15 PM
 
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repped.
Thank Ya kindly
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