Posts Tagged ‘conditions’

I Patrick a Sinner! One.

Many claims on Him?

We now know that there were several Patricks sent to Ireland to convert the pagans to Christianity, but this Patrick was different in that he did come on a mission but rather as he says a slave!

Today the many traditions each place their own claim on him in relation to nationality, but it was Patrick who said later in life, ‘We Irish!

Patrick was a British-Romano Christian and his times have nothing to do with the Britain that has been existence this last thousand years! His family perhaps felt no need to return to Italy and stayed on working their lands, but Celtic pirate raids started to become more and more widespread and eventually Patrick was captured!

He tells from his writings that he was a rebel and most youth are to their parents? But he had some faith and this came to play in his mind and heart, when faced with the west and cold conditions he was expected to work in!

His whole life from these two sets of writings reveal and ordinary man, struggling to cope with the conditions around him like so many of us today!

2 Corinthians 4:1-5,  5:1-2,  1 John 4:10-11,  19.

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Jesus Return. Part-One.

Conditions.

There are many claims made by the various Christian traditions in relation to the return of Jesus, but we as believers must stick to what the bible has to say.

There is to be a falling away, what does this mean? it may not mean a lack of faith, but rather Christians falling into delusions as to sinful practice’s.

2 Thessalonians 2:1-4,  Revelation 13:11-18.

Evil and Wickedness. Part-Four.

Ghosts and communing with the Dead.

Do you know there are ghosts, Jesus mentions them in the New Testament. But talking to the dead on any kind of level is a forbidden practice by God’s standards. What was done in the past, now must not be returned to.

‘All Hallows is about the power of God, through His Son Jesus to crush the power of Satan in our lives. That is only for those who want to seek having Faith and those who are living by faith in the work of Jesus on the cross for us and the power of His resurrection from the grave.

Leviticus 19:31,  20:6,  Isaiah 44:24-25,   Act 19:18-19

Pentecost, (50-Days). Part-Two.

The Holy Ghost/Spirit (Parakletos) is only given to believers in Jesus. In times past God gave the Holy Ghost to His Prophets and people he used to fulfill his plans (Exodus 31:3, Isaiah 42:1, 57:15) and will and then he could remove the Spirit. Psalm 51:11.

But we are warned that there still remains conditions to having the Holy Ghost and that we cannot take lightly the cost of the blood shed at the final atonement of the cross. We also must not insult the Holy Ghost by continuing to live as we did before we committed our lives to Him. 1 Corinthians 3:16, Hebrews 10:26-29, James 2:26.

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