on January 23, 2011
Put on radio program October 21, 2014
Conclusion - Picture this: you live in an apartment, you are told to go out and get the mail for everyone. Ok, so you bring back everyone’s mail. But then you sit down and open everyone’s mail and you start getting upset at all the bills, etc. WHY? That mail was 'for' you,and you learned a lot about everyone, but not all of that mail was TO you! Simple, eh!
- Why don’t we try to follow the Levitical law today?
- What is the faith OF Jesus Christ and how important is it when compared to OUR faith?.
- Does Acts 8:37 tell us that we need to believe that Jesus is the Son of God? Does that make us a Christian today?
- If we confess our sins according to I John 1:9, are we forgiven today?
- If we confess our sins according to I John 1:9, does that make us saved, if we are forgiven?
- Can we lose our salvation according to Hebrews 6:1-6?
- Does God require us to tithe today?
- What does Hebrews 9:16,17 mean? That tells us that the New Testament doesn't begin until the death of the testator, so the New Testament does NOT include the Gospels! That is a fact – not a dispensational thing.
- Hebrews 10:38 tells us that if we ‘draw back’ then we are drawing back into perdition. Is that possible for us today to draw back so far that we can lose our salvation?
- Whose faith did the people in Hebrews 11 fall back on. The faith OF Jesus Christ or their own faith, seeing those are all Old Testament examples.
- Hebrews is called Hebrews because it is written to the Hebrews... the same with James, it is written TO the twelve tribes – verse 1.
- Peter is called the apostle of the circumcision and Paul the apostle to the uncircumcision. So tell me again why we should follow Peter?
- Should we try to follow Jesus and Paul, etc. by imitating Jesus and Paul and God?
- Do we ‘follow’ Jesus by trying to walk in his footsteps?
- Do we have to endure to the end to maintain our salvation?
- Do we have any sins to have to have forgiven ‘after’ we are saved in order to maintain our salvation?
- If the Lord doesn't impute our sins anymore but inputes HIS righteousness, then what sins do we need to worry about?
- What is the purpose of the Judgment Seat of Christ vs the white throne judgment?
- Is Satan walking the earth now seeking whom he may devour?
- What commandments are we to keep if we want to know him, according to I John 2:3.
- If you say you are anointed, then by the definition of being anointed, you need not that any man teach you... you already know it all. Is that true today? I John 2:27.
- Can we lose our salvation because we have a ‘brother’ that we hate? I John 3:15.
- If we ‘born of God' and then sin, are we no longer ‘born of God? I John 3:9
- Whosoever shall confess that Jesus is the Son of God, God dwelleth in him and he in God – I John 4:15 – is that our salvation verse today?
- I John 5:1 tells us the same thing – are these our salvation verses today? Whosoever believeth that Jesus is the Christ is born of God...
- How do you overcome the world by believing that Jesus is the Son of God – I John 5:5
- Do you become partakers of the evil deeds of the Mormons if you allow them into your house and wish them God’s speed? II John 10,11
- Does God spue the church out of his mouth today because of the lukewarmness of the people, etc.
- Why do men in the Tribulation try to wrestle what Paul preaches – could it be that what Paul preaches is NOT to be preached during the tribulation? II Peter 3:15,16
- Does a Christian have to ‘worry’ about the law when Romans 10:4 says that 'Christ is the end of the law for righteousness to every one that believeth?'
- Sin is not imputed when there is no law – Romans 5:13 – explain that one... and compare them to the gospels.
- We are dead to sin, according to Romans 6:11, again, explain that, when compared to the gospels...
- When Matthew 5:9 says to be a child of God, you must be a peacekeeper, but Galatians says to be a child of God, one has to have faith in Christ Jesus?