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Sunday, June 5, 2011

The Biblical Prophet by Greg Miller (bbbfohio)

This is a much-needed clarification in today's world when "prophets" and "prophetesses" seem to be coming out of the woodwork! These are no more than demonic spirits!!

The Biblical Prophet

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The Bible has laid out clearly the role of the Prophet. The Bible gives us the command to "try the spirits". And the Bible should be our only and final authority for recognizing true prophets and rejecting false prophets.

We will look at the clear picture and will be able to discern truth from error in this present age of lies and blasphemy.


Here are some responses I found very useful that Brother Greg gave someone:

  • @thelamb777 You will need to go back and listen more closely to what I said.
    No one preached "repent and believe the Gospel" in the Old Testament. The Gospel was a message for that age. Yes, it was a message about a Messiah to come. Yes, the blood was symbolic... much like baptism, today.
    My point was that the Gospel (message) preached was not the same and they did not hear, preach or believe the same thing you and I believe hear, preach and believe, today. (continued)
  • @thelamb777 You will also find John the Baptist preaching a Gospel that is different from that of Paul (1 Corinthians 15:1-4). The Gospel of the Kingdom of God was that, "Messiah (the Lamb that taketh away the sins of the world") is HERE." There was nothing about the Resurrection. Jesus waited until after John lost his head before revealing His resurrection as part of his mission.
    To your point, could you show me where the Scripture ever says Abel knew what you credit him with? continued
  • @thelamb777 Hebrews 11 and 12 are the only commentaries that I have found dealing with Abel's faith. And it clearly says, "By faith Abel offered unto God a more excellent sacrifice than Cain, by which he obtained witness that he was righteous, God testifying of his gifts: and by it he being dead yet speaketh."
    There is nothing there about how Jesus died, was buried & was risen again.  It's simply a matter of believing that blood covers sin and Messiah would come & provide that blood. continued
  • @thelamb777 Finally in Hebrews 12:4 it says, "And to Jesus the mediator of the new covenant, and to the blood of sprinkling, that speaketh better things than that of Abel."
    Now, if the covenant (and Gospel of blood covenant) that Abel believed was the same as the new covenant (and Gospel of Grace) that our age hears, believes and preaches... how can it be DIFFERENT?
    The Scripture is clear but lazy, unlearned College graduates in the pulpits blur the truth & confuse with their "tradition".

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