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A forum to discuss Salvation, Eternal Security and other topics that pertain to Salvation.


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  3. The Lordship of Christ

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  5. Doubting Salvation

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  6. Soul Sleep

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  7. Salvation question

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  8. Good Friday?

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  9. Born Of God

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  10. The Exchange

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  14. All things are become new

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  15. Hell Is A Real Place

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    • Can you be more clear on the authority of the deacon? 🤣🤣🤣 I don't worry about other churches since I have my own to deal with, but it does seem that some churches have lost the Biblical definition of a deacon. At least here in New England.
    • It appears that Brother Mike and I would have a number of disagreements concerning "the flow of thought" throughout the Book of the Revelation.
    • None and none. If we did, and we may if we ever grow big enough, they will have no more power than anyone else in the church-the job of the deacons is to work to take burdens off the Pastor, so he can concentrate and labor in prayer and the word of God. They don't decide how the money is spent, what the pastor is paid, or what anyone else does. 
    • Speaking as a guy who has his thoughts about it all, let me say this:  We need to be careful saying anything with great certainty, on timing of the rapture, or the second coming, (except we know Christ will return 7 years from the start, but how we gauge the start is a question), or how exactly ew are to interpret the 3  sevens: the seals, the trumpets and the vials of wrath.  Personally, I have viewed, for quite a while, the seals to be sort of a 'preview of coming attractions', as they appear to encompass a lot of events, start to finish, of the tribulation/wrath, yet it all takes place at the throne of God as john is standing in heaven, in the spirit.  Then the seven trumpets I see as the general activities that Satan is allowed to do as he pours his fury out on earth, staring from the arrival of the Beast as a man of peace, followed by war, famine, death and hell, and so on. Of course, it is God who is allowing these things, but Satan conducting it. Then the seven vials of God's wrath are specifically exactly that: God's outpouring wrath upon mankind, though this takes place directly after Christ reaps his harvest, in Rev 14:14, because  we are not appointed to wrath. But even this I read as being quite linear, and there are things in Revelation that do not appear to be linear, whether it is overall linear, with certain, what I would call, parenthetical events that aren't linear, or the whole things goes back and forth in time, in which case, it is hard to really say just how it will all play out. So I think we ought to study it, and pray over it, even speculate over it, but be careful setting definite doctrines of it all. Yes, Christ is coming, Yes, believers will be removed at some point, yes, Jesus is returning to rule and reign a thousand years, which I believe to be literal, Yes, there will be a final, literal battle at the end of the thousand years, and yes, heaven and Earth will pass away, and be replaced with a new Heaven and new Earth for all eternity. But many other things are just a bit vague. But I do love the conversations.
    • Multitudes were taught erroneously that they would be saved from , or spared from, suffering if they became a 'Christian' in some gropus.    From all KJV and history, including the last ten years, and last couple centuries, and last 2000 years, this is obviously not true testimony ,  not in line with Scripture at all, to tell them that they would not have to suffer or die for their faith in Jesus. Could you clarify for me what it is you want to find out more about ?   It certainly has all be studied and studied and studied, and ten thousand times a thousand volumes written about so many points (maybe a slight exageration here, but it sure feels that way) ....  and in the world system, as written, most of the many points of course are to keep peope from ever finding the truth or from even seeking for the truth and reality and Jesus.   Thus, everything must be verified by Scripture, in Harmony with all of God's Word, Plan and Purpose as He Himself Reveals.
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