Paul's Passing Thoughts

66 Biblical Words Redefined by Protestantism Pages 6-8

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on October 10, 2017

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  1. John said, on October 10, 2017 at 1:48 PM

    Ya, Paul, Jesus is God, from everlasting to everlasting. The I AM. His glorious resurrection meant overcoming death and all those things you mention, and, yes, it had nothing to do with keeping the law perfectly. My goodness, Jesus has always been God. It’s no wonder that lot is so insecure . . . what ifs rule their anti-biblical consciences. He is Jesus as Isaiah 9 describes Him, end of story.

    Suppose Jesus breaks a law where He is now (at the Father’s right hand); I dunno know, maybe the Tenth Commandment or something, do you think Piper’s nightmares will increase in intensity and his restless hands will get even more restless seeing that he and Mac have a hotline to the sawvrin gawt and they know things (the Great Gnostics) that the rest of the world and believers since Jesus’ time on earth did and do not know?

    Just a thought that crawled out of the dust and bit me.

    Thanks for your continued efforts.

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    • Republican mother said, on October 11, 2017 at 8:52 AM

      I guess this is a further clue as to why they go on and on about Jesus is so amazing. He was perfect; He was holy; He was “fill in the blank”.

      I was always thinking, yes, He’s God- thought we had established that premise already.

      These people also never mention the rewards the Bible says we’ll receive for OUR works. Just like kids in a family don’t get disowned for not doing their chores, God doesn’t reject the lazy, but they sure won’t get rewarded for it.

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      • Andy Young, PPT contributing editor said, on October 11, 2017 at 9:49 AM

        “Just like kids in a family don’t get disowned for not doing their chores, God doesn’t reject the lazy, but they sure won’t get rewarded for it.”

        Well said!

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      • John said, on October 11, 2017 at 11:05 AM

        Eleven out of ten, RM. Ex-cel-lent. Hence our security; nothing (not even laziness) can separate us from God and our eternal destination.

        There are Calvinists who do not think that Jesus is (really) God, because he could slip anytime and forget to keep the law for them and then poof! goes their skewed security and out come the non-prescription drugs. Please do yourself a favor and don’t look up what the king blasphemer RC Sproul (sr) has to say about the one who saved us, RM.

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