MrBillPro wrote:Quote:beenblake wrote:The Church is filled with rebels, the leaders being the worst of all.In the name of Christ,BlakeSorry you feel rebels are all bad I don't, because You might also characterize rebels in Church as those like me that are rebelling against the way the Church is today. Rebels can be good and bad you have to read the definition of a rebel to really understand. I consider myself a rebel, but I am a rebel for Christ and a rebel to be Christ like and to rebel against the way my Church is and get it back on the narrow path. I am beginning to get some positive feedback on this from some of the Church members, so my rebel ways just might get my Church back on track one day this is what I am believing.
beenblake wrote:The Church is filled with rebels, the leaders being the worst of all.In the name of Christ,Blake
sermonindex wrote:I posted this in another thread but it is a tip of the iceberg of the heresy and great falling away the Lord is showing me that is prevelant in the Church. One way to say it is the grace of God only saves us from sin but does not [b]also[/b] save us to good works.Obedience in our day is considered legalism. The law of God is made void. Sin is accepted in the Church. Christ taught at the end of the sermon on the Mount that those that are "his" are they do that "DO THE WILL OF GOD" and after the parable of the 2 buildings are to those that hear Gods word (church members) but those that obey only are those that are going to heaven.
Sheep willingly obey their masters voice because they are followers. Being a follower does not releive a sheep of responsibilty in knowing his/her shepherd nor of the shepherd, who may be a hireling.Now, with a discerning heart, --- lets speak of obedience --- and accountabilities.Orm