Posts Tagged ‘Doctrines’

Belivers and Christians. One.

In the Middle-East and North-Africa.

One noticed this past week the murder of Christians in Egypt by unknown Islamic terrorists and the failure to report these events in many Catholic European countries?

It was sad to see that the historical disunity continues over demoniational politics, between the Roman Church and the earlier Christian communites was still in bitter effect of minor doctrines?

No one really knows the heart of another and this is the same with believers, many of us will be suprised in Heaven to see who made it and did not? This is supposed to be the season of, ‘Peace and Good will than let us put our faith into deeds of kindness and mercy and throuugh it entertain Jesus Himself?

Matthew 22:14,   25:36-44,  Luke 2:15-20,  James 2:18-22.

 

 

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Reconciliation. Part-One.

God and Humanity.

Jesus is that first step in reconciliation between us and God and this is what was being marked a few weeks ago at Easter. It is faith and the admitting of our failure that brings us by Jesus blood into this new relationship.

The bible explains it in simplicity, it has not become a doctrine or a religious ritual as some arms of the Christisn Church ensnares many into believing.

God does not want to see any human being of His creation lost, but we all have the choices to choose the way to go?

2 Corinthians 5:18,  Colossians 1:20.

Ireland in Africa. Part-Three.

Africa in Ireland.

The black Church in the island of Ireland has been stunted, because of its desire to see a movement of Gods power. Catholocism is traditional, Protestantnism predominantly is racist in its evangelicalism.

If Patrick was with us today? He would be disgusted by the religious seperation and decline in morality and respect for Jesus claimed by many who have twisted everything to suite their own agendas.

Infact Ireland is no longer a Christian country, yet there are many believers who are struggling with the unbelivable responses from the state, the E.U. and Unionism who refuse to forgive and begrudge from historical prespective.

John 3:31-36,  1 Corinthians 15:8-10,  1 Timothy 1:15-16.

His love Endures. Part-One.

God-Jesus Forever.

There are many Christians out there who get very uptight when we start to perhaps challenge their view of God and Love. Sad to say that there are many doctrines in the Church related to love, that are down right wrong and complety misunderstand what the bible is saying.

Both Protestants and Catholics have allowed themselves to be deluded into a doctrine that has nothing to do with what God is saying through His word. The love of God will endure forever, what does that mean?

It means that God’s love is everlasting, even beyond the day of Judgement, because God is and He does not change.It is we who are always changing in actions and thoughts!

Psalm 103:17,  Romans 8;28-31,  James 1:12.

‘Nailed for Us. Part-Three.

He died for you and Me.

‘Christians can make a lot of fuss over doctrines about Jesus dying on the Cross and the Communion table, but the bible is very clear and so is the Greek. So their are no excuses to say somthing different.

Today is ‘Good Friday, when Jesus paid the penalty for our sin, failures. This day of shedding His blood is a one off event for the redemption/purshase of our souls back from Satan to God.

The blood was not spilt for legalists or traditionalists, but for all who would have faith in believing Jesus death and resurrection. This not the end of the story, but the beginning, because Jesus ascended with the promise to return for us at the end of the age.

Job 33:24,  Psalm 109:3,  Romans 8:34,  Hebrews 10:10-14.

Blinkers. Part-Two.

Revival in England, Wales and Scotland.

When? They say that there has been no revival in Wales since 1904, England 1927 and Scotland 1849.” But this is not true, there have been more than one major out pouring of the Holy Spirit in each of these lands, but the majority of ‘Christians have refused to either see it or believe it.

It is not a Sectarian problem in the UK, it is a doctrinal problem. Belief in Doctrines, rather than the scriptures. The main doctrine of contention is replacement theology, the denial that God still loves His people Israel and their dispensation is separate from the Church.

The other is the acceptance of antinomianism, or the allowance of sin. This is why Homosexuality is accepted by many Christians, because it is no longer seen as a Sin.

So where are these ‘Revivals? 1924-27 in South-Wales, 1970 to 1991 in England and 1990 to 2007 in Scotland.   2 Chronicles 7:14,  James 4:9-10.

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