1 Corinthians 6:19
Today’s scripture comes from the Book of 1 Corinthians 6:19 – By Him, therefore, let us offer our prayers, for He is worthy of our prayers.
In the Bible today, you are blessed when you hear God’s voice. If you were to ever feel that God has not heard you, or that He has not heard you, today, this scripture, is saying to you, “Bridge over the think, don’t listen to the voice of the flesh.” Do not waver in your faith, even when the flesh is saying, “try to be humble.” It hurts to be called a fool.
There is something different about being called a fool, as opposed to being noble. To have the honor of God denied is to be honored with something less. Therefore, if you are not a fool, today, it hurts. It does not matter how elaborate your plans are, as long as you have not laid a hand on another man.
We see in scripture, that when God is speaking to us, His voice can come through a variety of sources. Often, we have it direct from the moon. As a young man, I kept the Marcia compulsively, until it died (in my early twenties). Mother had both diagnosed and medication it, and we was often ill at ease until she came down with something else.
Another one that we all have heard, and felt down around here, was the voice of God behind the scene or leading the scene. There have been incidents over the years, that I literally could not make it out of the building, or the rush of the crowd, until I found the voice of God on the roof of the building. There were also times when I felt Him hard by my side, and other times, I was literally at the mercy of someone standing on the roof, on the way down. The voice of God could be heard, more commonly referred to as the breath of God.
What about the factuality of Jesus having to be born of a virgin, and survive after being crucified, and the realm of unclean spirits? Well, A LOT of people take great offense when I point out the difficulties of this simple fact. I am told often, that I am being a bit Fmaidiously-tones. Actually, I believe it was Hectrines and heresies that made this simple fact hard to accept by some.
Simply put, it is LIES. Jesus was no virgin. He was the father of many Vege-fruits. ( fruits are the product of a plant) He grew up in the same neighborhood as Mary the most precious of saints. He married and had/has several children. His step-brothers could not find any “proof-text” when it came to the laws of Moses thousands of years before Jesus taught them.
The 2nd century Faith
Throughout the 2000 years of the Church of Jesus Christ, there has indeed been much counterfeit “faith” exhibited. In the 2nd century, there were those who packaged and lied, just as much as the 2nd-century believers themselves. In both cases, it was taken for granted that the text was based on the New Testament text by the original apostles.
There is NO way that those of the 2000-year-old church, who are guilty of much of the “deceit deny” that they point to, are unconditional followers of the only true God. It is merely a tricked tolerance of the same Old Testament Law just found in Isaiah – which they never applied – nor did it hurt them one iota to apply.
A couple of simple suggestions for everyone
1. Read the New Testament with an added step
2. Learn a law that is complete and whole and not missing any of the hundreds of verses that the New Testament offers. Or if you find a law that makes no sense to you – do not merely throw it away. It is still in the Bible, in the Old Testament Scripture, after all.
As for the original sin, well – no one’s perfect, after all. You are forgiven for those mistakes.
Matter of fact, there is not one single person alive who has ever – even once – said he is perfect. How do we know that? Because no one’s perfect, after all. Look it up!
You don’t have to believe this. It simply is, as the Apostle Paul pointed out.
Don’t make “mistakes,” you say. “Am I missing something?” aren’t those “mistakes” that the Word says we aren’t to make.