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Lectures to My Students

by Charles Spurgeon

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Is it lack of faith?

-Jorge L. Trujillo


According to some preachers, including one that I heard recently and what has prompt me to write this article, Christians get sick (or remain sick) because they do not have faith.  This preacher I heard said emphatically that “sickness is a curse” and that “no Christian should be sick.” But since there are many Christians that are sick he asked God why:

“I asked God: Why do Christians remain sick? And God told me that it’s because they do not believe.  I asked Him again and he repeated to me “because they do not believe” and of course I did not dare to ask again”.

Then the preacher continued saying something like this:

“Christians do not to go to the doctor when the first symptoms of sickness are felt in their bodies, that would be the proof of their unbelief.  They need to rebuke the sickness, they need to bind little Satan and reject the symptoms.  And they should consider themselves completely healed.”

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Rev. Samuel Frost is an ordained minister in the Episcopal church. Mr. Frost is a former conference speaker, author, defender and promoter of Full Preterism. By God's grace Sam came to see the error of his way and has engaged in refuting the system that he once embraced. You can visit Samuel Fosts Blog here:

Vigilate et Orate

One of the Preterist views of 1 Corinthians 15 is that it is NOT a reference to the resurrection of the body of each person but a resurrection of a congregational body of people. In their view what was 'dying' when Paul wrote the letter, was the body (group of people) of Old Testament Israel and what was being resurrected was the body (group of people) of the New Testament Israel. According to them this 'resurrection' took place on 70 AD with the Destruction of the 'old body' of the Old Testament and the rising of the 'new body' of the New Testament church.

The Preterists who hold to this view do NOT expect a physical resurrection or  a future second coming of Christ to raise the dead bodies of believers that have been buried throughout history. Sam Frost evaluates, exposes the falsehood, and refutes such position while exposing the true and orthodox position held by the Christian church and the Old Testament saints since the beginning.

In the links provided below Sam Frost provides biblical answers to some of the claims of preterist Don Preston, and preterism in general, in reference to the biblical teaching of the bodily resurrection of the dead which the full preterists deny as a Biblical teaching on 1 Corinthians 15:

 


Part III - Response to Don K Preston (12:12)


 
 

 

Part VIII - The Reason for Resurrection of the Body (11:16)


 
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Video on the Postribulational "Rapture" exposing the erros of the pretribulational theory:

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by Dr. W. Robert Godfrey

 


 

 

There are two main issues that divide Protestant Catholics from Roman Catholics. Both groups claim to be catholic, that is, part of the apostolic, universal church of Jesus Christ. Roman Catholics believe we Protestants departed from that church in the sixteenth century. Protestant Catholics believe they departed earlier.

The theme of this opening chapter is one of the issues that still divides us: the source of religious truth for the people of God. (The other main issue, that of how a man is made right with God, has been dealt with in the book Justification by Faith ALONE!, published by Soli Deo Gloria in 1995.) As Protestants we maintain that the Scripture alone is our authority. Our Roman opponents maintain that the Scripture by itself is insufficient as the authority of the people of God, and that tradition and the teaching authority of the church must be added to the Scripture.

This is a solemn topic. This is no time for games. We must be searching for the truth. God has declared that whoever adds to or takes away from His Word is subject to His curse. The Roman church has declared that we Protestants are accursed (“anathematized”) for taking away the Word of God as found in tradition. We Protestants have declared that the Roman church is a false church for adding human traditions to the Word of God. Despite sincere debates by fine apologists over the course of nearly 500 years, the differences remain basically as they were in the sixteenth century. I will not say much new here, but we must continue to pursue the truth.

In spite of the difficulty of this undertaking, I am eager to join that historic train of Protestant apologists to defend the doctrine that the Scripture alone is our ultimate religious authority. I believe that it can be shown that this position is the clear position of Scripture itself. And I hope that, by the grace of God, those committed to the Roman doctrine of tradition will come to see the tragic error of denigrating the sufficiency and perspicuity of God’s own inspired Word.

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There are so many views on the end times. Premillennialism, Preterism, Posmillennialism, Amilelnnialism, etc.  Trying to sort out all the different views on end-times study in the Bible could be a difficult task.  By these means we present you bible studies that will help you have a better understanding of what the Bible says about this topic.  We are presenting the Amillennial view of prophecy as it has been believed by Christians throughout church history including the great Protestant Reformation and beyond.


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