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1  Fellowship / You name it!! / Re:God's will??? on: January 29, 2004, 12:05:42 PM
We know from scripture that God causes all things to work together for good, to those who love Him, and who are the called, according to His purpose. His purpose is for you to walk in His will, as described in my #1 thru #4. If any one of those steps is missing, then you aren't in His divine will. One would have to do a checklist of one's committment to God. Once you establish that you are in fact walking in accordance with #1 thru #4, you can make your decision to move or do whatever without agonizing over the decision. God will be IN your decision. http://donmar.org/sir.htm .  Wink Don
2  Fellowship / You name it!! / Re:God's will??? on: January 28, 2004, 09:11:04 PM
When I was a university student the big question on campus was "What am I going to be? What will I major in? How should I prepare?" At the Christian college where I taught one year, Christian students agonized over that question. My position is this: If you have repented and have received Jesus as Savior and Lord, receiving instantly the baptism of the Holy Spirit; if you have followed him in Believer's water baptism to publicly proclaim what has already happened to you inwardly; and if you are growing in knowledge and wisdom and strength, and if you are telling others about our wonderful Savior, then you are smack in the middle of God's will! So why ask questions like, "What is God's will...." in this or that situation? You're IN it. That being the case, you won't be asking questions about the nature of God's will! NOW, step out in faith believing that you are in the center of His will!
3  Theology / Apologetics / Re:Is Jesus God? on: January 28, 2004, 08:48:25 PM
H/She who is a Spiritual Christian seeking to explain the doctrine of The Trinity to a non-Christian, or to a new Christian, may want to do it like this: God is Spirit. He is without bodily form, without beginning or end, has no boundaries or limitations. Whatever He wills to do, is done. Spirit God manifested Himself in the earth in the person of Jesus Christ to witness to humankind and to pay the price for our sin/sins without giving up any of His spirituality. Although 100% God, 100% spiritual, He was here on earth 100% visible. After showing us The Way and paying the price for sin/sins, He rose up out of the tomb, appeared to His followers, and then ascended into Heaven. On the Day of Pentecost God manifested Himself to us in the person of the Holy Spirit, to dwell with us, taking up residence in those who receive Jesus Christ as Savior, Messiah, not only to the Jew, but to everyone. In Him all of us are the same. There is no Jew or Gentile, no slave or free, no race, no creed, no nationality. All are seen as one. All who follow Him are made one in Him. This is a simple method for introducing the concept of the Trinity to those who have yet to believe, or who are newly won to Christ. This highly complex, Spiritual union is beyond explanation for veterans of scripture, and they love His Truth, blessed One in Three.
4  Theology / Apologetics / Re:After the "Mark of the Beast, Christ comes... on: July 05, 2003, 06:57:21 PM
Well .. maybe you meant to make that a little clearer. During the Great Tribulation 144,000 Jewish Believers will minister to those that are still here, following the rapture of the church. At the end of the Great Tribulation the Second Coming occurs, Jesus coming with the church. Perhaps I didn't see another comment that you were responding to.  Huh
5  Theology / Apologetics / Re:Archaeology on: May 02, 2003, 01:21:44 PM
Go to http://donmar.org/donmarnet/sir.htm and type in 'archeology.' Smiley
6  Theology / General Theology / The New Birth on: April 27, 2003, 02:07:06 PM
 Smiley At the moment of salvation one (who is in faith believing) experiences the new birth (born again, born from above). The Holy Spirit is imparted to the Believer. At the moment of death, WHAT ascends immediately into the presence of God? A Spirit? Was THIS Spirit present within/created by the Holy Spirit? Was an old, sinful spirit replaced by a holy Spirit (not THE Holy Spirit). Support your answer with scripture, without arguing or debating WHEN or WHERE this entity (you, me, someone else, as a Christian) goes at the moment of death. I'm interested in WHAT departs.
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