I am curious if enyone has seen the 2008 documentary of 'signs and wonders' done in the US and abroad. It is a well-done, from what I have seen, documentary. I say 'well-done' in that the film work was pretty good. Was able to watch only the first 30 minutes.This is a link to the preview:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IjVKjuI8dasI found it interesting that the film studio was WanderlustUse this forum to post your thoughts...
Gold dust, dental fillings, gemstones - I really have nothing to say except may the Lord show mercy at the Judgment. All that gold junk was melted down to make a golden calf the people could once upon a time dance naked around, and that same golden calf is now in our teeth and lining our pockets and on the pages of our Bibles. Throw in a compromised Aaron to proclaim: "This is your god who delivered you, O Israel!" and the people who know not the true God Jehovah will fall hook, line and sinker.When Moses came down from Sinai he was furious and smashed the calf into pieces of "gold dust" and put the fragments in the water and made the people drink it. It was a rebuke and not a blessing. What do you think will happen when the Lord Jesus finally comes down the mountain? Peter speaks of another kind of melting that will occur on that day...
_________________Paul Frederick West
I appreciated your post, PaulWest
and am of the same opinion. But, could there be any truth to these things? I am asking only to get facts to theologically make the claim that it is in fact wrong.Can we, 100%, say this is of the devil, that it is wrong? Or, might the appropriate stance be as follows: I cannot state emphaticallyits falseness, but know that Jesus warned us of false signs and wonder, to deceive even the elect. And so my stance is not to be drawn in with this but rather be cautious and keep away.?For who has known the mind of God and who can be His counselor?I would like to see a solid discussion on this issue to get to some truth, with meat to it and find the grace we needto deliver such men a women who have been washed under.<Rich C. Hagen aka ruach34
I don't know what the point would be in a discussion brother. There is no warrant, scriptural or otherwise for this, it's pointless. We have gone through it a number of times over the years here, a search would bear that out.
When Moses came down from Sinai he was furious and smashed the calf into pieces of "gold dust" and put the fragments in the water and made the people drink it. It was a rebuke and not a blessing.