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Re :   Is Your Revival Centre a Cult?

Ive just come across this thread and forum and was completely amazed. 
I left Revival Fellowship only four years ago after seeing the cracks in the system. 

I had a strong circle of friends in the church and was connected through family. I had no friends that were not in the church and those that were made out of the church, I was encouraged to keep them as acquaintances. Pastors threw around sayings like the one about not be yoked to unbelievers.

I met a group of people through the gym and all this changed. My views were challenged and I realised that I had been living in a bubble. A bubble that was deliberately made so that I would never mistrust the church. By staying friends with only "believers" I was never able to question myself or realise that things were not as they seemed . 

I had a friend who's mother was dying of MS. A devout christian who's life was slowly falling away from her. I was told by the pastors wife that she just needed to pray more and that her faith was the reason she was suffering.  

I had another friend whos mother was told she couldnt fellowship anymore because she was too fat. Another friend had been told to stay with a partner who was abusive physically and another had a father who was sexually abusing her, she was told she was to blame.

I decided I had to leave as my faith was no longer in line with this church. I braced myself and told my husband I didn't believe any more. Thankfully he felt the same and hadnt had the courage to tell me. We left together.

That morning I had morning tea with a friend of mine, we had so much in common. Both had common interests, both had sons the same age and both of us had been friends for years and very close.
When I told her I was leaving she told me that we no longer had anything in common, even though we had just seen each other. 
This pattern continued with everyone I knew, including family. 
My Mother in law told me I was going to burn in hell whilst I was holding my 6 year old child. This was quite frightening for her, she also mourned the loss of her best friend who could no longer play with her.

If this isnt cult like behaviour I dont know what is!

Over time I had counselling and flourished. Ive made many more friends and my life is much better. I am blessed daily in many areas of my life unlike the fear tactics they pull about my life being seven times worse.

13/03/2018 10:33 AM

Re :   trying to find someone

 Just come back online as I have been travelling.

The only contact details I have with him is a leaflet he gave me back then with Take Heed in the title.

12/03/2018 6:53 AM

Re :   trying to find someone

 but they were called RCi back then

26/02/2018 1:54 PM

Topic :   trying to find someone

This forum seems to be stopped now, but I think I will try anyway.

I am trying to find someone that used to be in this group, and may still be in this group.

His name is Billy and he lives in England but I think he is from Scotland at least I think he said he came from Edinburgh if I remember it correctly. He
He had strange colour of eyes and was a friendly person but a bit strange also sometimes. He would be around 45 - 50 years old.

If anyone knows how I could get in touch with him I would be very happy and thankful.

I hope he is not involved in all the madness I have read here. Please also tell me if he is.

Thank you


26/02/2018 1:54 PM

Re :   N.T. Wright. Surprised by Hope


We read Jesus was bodily resurrected 3 days after his crucifixion and presented himself with a human body.

Thomas thought Jesus was just another man, until shown otherwise John 20:24-29. Also Luke 24:39; "Look at my hands and my feet, It is I myself! Touch me and see; “a ghost does not have flesh and bones, as you see I have”. And just as we have borne the image of the earthly man, so shall we bear the image of the heavenly man.

The book of Thessalonians tells us there will be a resurrection of the dead and those still alive will be changed, at Jesus second coming.

The body will be much the same image but changes will be had and not subjected to disease or poor health, even to death.

There is much from the bible we can conclude that those (believers in faith) will be resurrected and given a physical body and be glorified, as Christ after his resurrection and glorification.

There are many mysteries we don’t understand, but to assume this and that by our own thoughts and innuendos is easy to get side-tracked, to settle down with a half truth, or even to follow paths that ultimately lead down blind alleys.


17/02/2018 5:15 AM

Re :   N.T. Wright. Surprised by Hope

 As it is in heaven and on Earth, God's kingdom, when one receives the final salvation of eternity, that which is matching God's kingdom now, is ours to dwell in. If it is here on Earth, or some other Realm, are we free to move about? is our universe now, be our salvation travel destination holiday? If Wright is saying heaven comes to us, then I believe that, we did our time as Earthlings, God's plan will bring us into a better place, then thinking of our existence, to say we go up there to Heaven looking down has never been my view of eternal life, no one really knows, but heaven comes on us with out the pain suffering of the earthly life.

So I think heaven comes on us, with a mind set that as a human now, seems impossible, how does one love all other spirits in Gods Kingdom, such as you may love your wife kids now, There will be a change of mindset that only God can do, weather we physically move to a new Realm or we are based here on Earth, Christ Kingdom comes on us, we are engulfed in the heavenly love of pure thoughts, to live in some form of existence that we currently do not know.

That brings us to ask what form, we won't need air so no lungs, blood, heart kidney liver, stomach flesh bones, what's left when we take away all the support we Humans need now for our body to exist, just our thoughts are left with conscious, we know not where the conscious lives, never been seen when we dissect the brain, so it must belong to GOD, when we live with God in heaven, it may well be a virtual life, what's the need of a body, go any where imagine anything feel everything with out the flesh and blood, The Realm Of God comes on us.

13/02/2018 7:28 AM

Topic :   N.T. Wright. Surprised by Hope

These last few months I have been reading and listening to the views of *N. T. Wright.

Wright's view of heaven differ to what the traditional Church's take is and what I have thought it to be.

The message of the Gospel shows us that heaven is not a place, up there, that we go to after death, I.e. it is not that we leave this earth behind and find ourselves relieved of the troubles this life contains (howbeit we do enter a state of “blissful rest” for a time) but heaven and earth will become one ("Thy kingdom come, here on earth as it is in Heaven") portrayed as a marriage and those that believe now will enter that kingdom.

The main theme of Wright's view is that heaven comes to us, not that we go to heaven. The promise is for those that have faith in the death and resurrection of Christ.

N.T. Wright has written many books highlighting where Churches have a misconception of a lot of what the bible is telling us and I recommend looking up his teachings.

It certainly has caused a “paradigm shift” and everything that he says, ties in with what is written in the bible.

*N.T. Wright. One of the world's leading Bible scholars, is the chair of New Testament and Early Christianity at the University of St. Andrews, an Anglican Bishop, and best selling author

05/02/2018 6:43 AM

Re :   Reply To MothandRust

G'day, Pete.

But I could start the argument by asking you if you think slavery is moral or immoral? There lies an interesting rabbit hole jaunt. I'd answer, "it depends". The binary way in which you framed your question doesn't consider context(s). I'm happy to tease out the implications of the question, if you're prepared to having your personal morality and consequent ethical understandings shaped.

I'm certainly not going to argue scriptures with Ian. Fair enough. Would you be prepared to have your underlying assumptions about a raft of issues tested instead? And would you be open to having the logic of your beliefs challenged as well? I submit the answers to these questions would likely open an even more interesting "rabbit hole jaunt" ;)

Children died gruesome deaths today when a car ran into a classroom. There is no god, and if there is his passiveness is 'evil'. Rubbish. Children die gruesome deaths every day; everywhere. The fact of death, even the death of innocents, says nothing about the existence or non-existence of the Christian God. Neither does the reality of death automatically imply or demand that God is somehow "passive" or "disinterested" about such things. Your charge is based on little more than kindergarten-level reasoning; it might be worthy of a Revivalist, but it should be beneath you.



11/11/2017 11:32 PM

Re :   Gay Marriages

Hi Mothy,

Slavery is an interesting topic. Simple answer from me, I believe is immoral in oppressing fellow mankind. The other side of the coin is of course ”slavery to Christ” and how Christianity justified it in the past. Lots of reading to do on that. Thank God slavery is illegal today.

Let me say my of point of view (Noetic structure “recognises the differing degrees of certainty, firmness, and conviction w/ which people hold their beliefs”), comes from reading, listening and excepting those that have done much more research and learning in languages (eg Ian's knowledge of the Kione creek), philosophy, different themes of bible studies and so forth, notwithstanding my own experiences on my religious journey.

There is much mystery in this life that is beyond human comprehension and understanding, we can only accept it, or not, by reason and logic.

We can define 'sin' as really as breaking of a rule set down by our creator. God gave ‘Adam and Eve’ only one rule and that was not to eat of the tree of good and evil (whatever that means) but they broke that rule, thus sin and evil comes into the picture. Mankind became separated from having a relationship with God.

It is a tragedy what happened today with the school event, brings us to morals, sin and evil. All three interact.

We question why there are tragedies and disasters. God seems to get the blame any way.

Two types of evil exist; moral evil, the troubles that man brings upon himself by wrongful deeds and natural evil (gratuitous evil), disasters like earth quakes, weather patterns, tsunamis, etc., which sometimes termed “acts of God.”

One can easily determine what is the moral evil that is brought about by man’s wrongful actions himself and suffers the consequence, but the question of natural evil why it happens or for what good reason does it happen is much more complex.

From a Christian POV, God allows these things to happen to bring about either a greater good or destroy a greater evil.

I believe only from the bible (Sola Scriptura) can a satisfactory conclusion be decided, but one has to believe first.


(sourced from N T Wright, Bill Mounce and bible) 

08/11/2017 6:37 AM

Re :   Reply To Biblianut

Reply to Biblianut

All your other hooha about 'sin' is ridiculous though. I'll come back and make my point about that at some point.

Looking forward to YOUR point of view on why there is 'morality' and 'immorality' on earth.

Sounds like an exercise in futility... 
But I could start the argument by asking you if you think slavery is moral or immoral? There lies an interesting rabbit hole jaunt.

I'm certainly not going to argue scriptures with Ian. 

Children died gruesome deaths today when a car ran into a classroom. There is no god, and if there is his passiveness is 'evil'.

07/11/2017 6:39 AM

Re :   What are you reading at the moment ?

 Thanks Ralph,

Very good!! Those who took the battles before us paved the way for us leaving... and it was by realising many others had gone before, pointing out the same things that we finally saw, that gave us the evidence of the lies, cover-ups, character assasinations and all that the CAI self appointed leaders had been conducting ever since the very beginning...

... which takes me to the next point: for some years now, I have been waiting to see whether Franz would put some action to his words. "The Bible, of course" in response to my direct question to some people's faces: "should there be evidence to contradiction between the assembly teaching and the Bible - the New Testsament - what should one obey?". Since that is not happening, the time has come for the next step: To ensure that the properties are used for true charity, money paid to the victims who suffered the most during their time in the cult prison, and then a due commitance to serving those who suffered and devoting the remainder of their lives to charity....

... soon the call is going out to them... or they will see the consequences of their unwillingness to respond to the truth and love so badly needed. Another call is about to go out to those of you out there willing to join the next wave....

03/11/2017 6:27 AM

Re :   Gay Marriages

 Not only does the biblical story of Sodom & Gomorrah show the homosexuality of the men but also the selfishness and self-gratification of the women also. It's history reveals the corruption and crime, that the people had become. Our nation/s are becoming just that, They are turning their backs on our Creator and giving over to their own selfish lusts which will lead to troubles and destruction. We as a people are becoming nothing more than, 'heathen'. God help us.

22/10/2017 5:07 AM

Re :   Reply To MothandRust

G'day, Pete.

I look forwards to seeing you share your views on the subject of sin, but for now I'll point out I'm surprised you found the arguments put forwards in the "six Scriptures" piece convincing. I could easily drive an "exegetical bus" through the many and varied holes such argumentation contains, and having briefly 'Googled' the subject, I discovered a raft of biblical scholars already have! The positions generally proposed by the pro- crowd when appealing to Scripture invariably miss the mark historically, culturally and linguistically. This latest example is simply more of the same.

The rejection shown to gays by Christians and churches is indeed shameful, and should be sorely repented of. I indicated as much, in this very thread, six years ago (see post #10). However, suggesting that homosexuality as expressed in "a loving, committed, and monogamous way" is biblically a neutral matter, is naught but wishful thinking; it's simply an untenable position to adopt.

The following brief rebuttal of Matthew Vines' "six Scriptures" piece is nothing, if not interesting. Note particularly, the author is, himself, same-sex attracted:

I've no doubts the 'Yes!' campaign will carry the day. And as I pointed out six years ago, such won't cause me to lose a wink's sleep! There are far more pressing issues for me to concern myself with. That many who profess Christian belief continue to support such a change, and that they do so via appeals to Christ's mandate to "love others", simply confirms that biblical and theological illiteracy continues to be a profound issue in many Australian communions and churches.



12/10/2017 1:31 AM

Re :   Gay Marriages

All your other hooha about 'sin' is ridiculous though. I'll come back and make my point about that at some point.

Looking forward to YOUR point of view on why there is 'morality' and 'immorality' on earth.

07/10/2017 1:21 AM

Re :   Gay Marriages

What's 'my' point? I haven't really shared my point. I did however find this article interesting for Christians to read. I don't believe the bible is written by a god to people so my perspective is different, of course.
All your other hooha about 'sin' is ridiculous though. I'll come back and make my point about that at some point.

05/10/2017 11:16 PM

Re :   Gay Marriages

Hi Mothy,

I don't know what is your point here, whether they are homosexual or not?

If one wishes to express their sexuality outside of marriage (ie one man and one women only) by having a sexual relationship, be it same-sex, adultery, another's spouse or whatever, is a SIN and will not go away unpunished.

What is written and my own experience, there is always a negative response having gone against that law set down by God, whether it is immediate or in time, there is always a reaction to it.

Old testament law, if broken, had an immediate punishment dished out to those that sinned.

In the New Testament that law is no longer imputed toward those that believe in Christ and repent of their actions. The “law is written in their hearts by the Holy Spirit” and do not continue in sin.

This does not apply to those of unbelief and continue in their activities as those that “Live by the law, will be judged by the law” and held in store at final judgement. Notwithstanding the negative impact of it now.

I see the whole narrative of the bible is showing us God put down the law(moral) for our own well being and good, in this life and that to come.

Going against it we reap the consequences.

Grace and peace


PS God puts much importance on sexual immorality: Flee from sexual immorality. All other sins a person commits are outside the body, but whoever sins sexually, sins against their own body........ 1Corinthians 6:12-18 

01/10/2017 6:12 PM

Re :   Gay Marriages

There are 6 Scriptures about homosexuality in the Bible. Here's what they really say.

The Story of Sodom & Gomorrah (Genesis 19)

This story in Genesis 19 is probably the most popular passage used to condemn homosexuality. Here is how Vines explains it:

"God sends two angels disguised as men into the City of Sodom where the men of Sodom threatened to rape them. The angels blind the men, and God destroys the city. For centuries, this story was interpreted as God's judgment on same-sex relations, but the only form of same-sex behavior described is a threatened gang rape. "

So gang rape = not good (also not the same thing as homosexuality). But the recap of Sodom & Gomorrah found in Ezekial 16:49 highlights what Vines believes is the real point of the story:

"Now, this was the sin of your sister, Sodom. She and her daughters were arrogant, overfed, and unconcerned, they did not help the poor and needy."

In other words, everyone using this story as evidence of the sin of homosexuality, might be missing the point entirely.

When God calls homosexuality an abomination 
(Leviticus 18:22) (Leviticus 20:13)

Yep. We've all heard that Leviticus is where the Bible straight-up says that homosexual behavior is an abomination. And yes, it does. It also says that homosexuals should receive the death penalty (!!!). It also says the same thing about eating pork or shellfish, charging interest on loans, and a whole bunch of other restrictions that were a part of the Old Testament Law Code. But for Christians, the Old Testament doesn't (dare I say "shouldn't?") settle any issue because Romans 10:4 says that Christ is the end of the law. Which is probably why most Christians today eat meat, use credit cards, wear makeup, and support equality for women. Because, as Hebrews 8:13 says, the old law is obsolete and aging.

When people turn away from God (Romans 1:26-27)

"Even their women exchanged natural sexual relations for unnatural ones; in the same way, men committed shameful acts with other men and received in themselves the due penalty for their error."

This is where Vines really digs in on the the cultural context angle. In Biblical times, same-sex behavior was primarily seen as happening between adult men and adolescent boys (masters and servants — yikes), via prostitution, and by men who were married to women. In all of those cases, we can see why it would have been viewed as sinful, excessive, lustful, and against God's law. But he makes no mention of love, commitment, faithfulness, or the type of same-sex relationships that are at question in the debate around marriage. (By the way, Paul also says that men having long hair is "unnatural" and that women shouldn't speak in church, so it's clear Paul himself may have had some issues of his own.)

Uses of the Greek works "Malakoi" and "Arsenokoitai" 
(1 Corinthians 6:9-10) (1 Timothy 1:10)

These words are included in the New Testament's lists of people who will not inherit God's kingdom. And there has been much debate over their original meaning. (Translating ancient words is hard, guys.) Some believe them to mean homosexuality and sodomy, whereas others have said that the closest modern translation would be "dirty old men." Ha! Here's how Vines explains it:

Many modern translators have rendered these terms as sweeping statements about gay people, but the concept of sexual orientation didn't even exist in the ancient world. Yes, Paul did not take a positive view of same-sex relations (nor did he support women speaking in church...), but the context he was writing in is worlds apart from gay people in committed, monogamous relationships. The Bible never addresses the issues of sexual orientation or same-sex marriage, so there's no reason why faithful Christians can't support their gay brothers and sisters.

Fascinating, right?

If you'd like to learn more and hear Matthew Vines' story, check out the video above and his book "God and the Gay Christian."

30/09/2017 11:56 PM

Re :   Gay Marriages

 As a responsible Christian, it is comforting to note Churches confirm their commitment to the God given institution of marriage between a man and a women only. Those that don't have lost the plot completely.

18/09/2017 5:24 PM

Re :   What are you reading at the moment ?

Hey Neddles, you just need to be appreciative of those that have come before you, have done most of the hard work.
With out the help and blessing of the Spirit in their lives, many of us would still be in as much ignorance today as there was/is in Revival.

Nothing comes easy, much work and sacrifice is still 
required and God will make things new.

God bless


17/09/2017 7:30 AM

Re :   What are you reading at the moment ?

 How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth
Book by Gordon Fee

Well written, but it seems a lot of work to just understand the Bible, Surely or Flying High movie Shirly, it must be easier to read the good book than taking 500 hours to work out the meaning of a scripture, then not every one will come to the same conclusion.

Neddles is still searching

17/09/2017 6:07 AM

Re :   Gay Marriages

 The question should be via the postal vote, Do you want freedom of choice/ belief/ speech,, I think 95% of Australians would say yes, so automaticlly if Homosexuals want to form a bond it has nothing to with those who don,t like it.

Second question on the postal vote should be,  Is the word marriage to be used for a man- woman only, again most Aussies would vote yes.

So now a gay couple can be joined together, under not marriage but let then come up with their own word, for the Male- female here's your Marriage certificate, for the gays here's your Civil bond/ civil Union/ Gay bondship, certificate or what ever word the gay want to use, except the word marriage, SO the question asking do you want gay marriage, will force a lot of christians to vote No, God gave humans the choice my way or no eternal life, I can not find a quote where God said be angry and despise Gays and those who don't live their life God's way.

Love you fellow man woman as your own child.

10/09/2017 5:46 AM

Re :   Gay Marriages

About not judging.

The Bible says that Christians should not judge the morality nor the behaviour of others”.

This always comes from those supporting things like same-sex marriage.

Luke 6:37 is often quoted.

This is true, but taken out of context.

If we look further, we find Jesus did not relieve us of the need for discerning right and wrong.

Christians are not to judge hypocritically or self-righteously (Matt 7:1-5) but it does not preclude another person's basic character and we evaluate between good and bad people (sexual immorality in this case). Not a case of judging but pointing out the wrong and showing which direction to go. for ones own good.

Teaching about the Kingdom, of course, should be given in accordance with the learners spiritual capacity (V6).

Sadly,people don't realise that God is 'sovereign' and it is he that judges good and evil.

The bible is written and instruction is given for our own good, in this life and that to come.


08/08/2017 6:08 AM

Re :   Leaving the GRC and Salvation

 I found the answer in the GRC history section. Sorry for posting it in the wrong place. Obviously I am new and not from GRC and never shall be after reading this forum. Thanks.

14/07/2017 8:33 PM

Re :   Leaving the GRC and Salvation

 Is the revival center in Mumbai/Goa in India affiliated with GRC? The pastor is someone with the name of Colaco. A member was trying to recruit us and I wanted to know more. 

14/07/2017 12:24 AM

Re :   Reply To Didaktikon

Good evening, all.

The results of the 2016 Australian census are progressively being released. I hope to post a summary soon, listing the most up-to-date adherence figures for the Revival Centres and the Revival Fellowship.

God bless,


28/06/2017 5:34 AM

Re :   Reply To Zamoz


Iv moved on, Its nice to keep the seat warm, on sundays, with the only church around for 300 k, even though he's a Roman Catholic priest, the word could come from any pastor, in most of his sermons, he's not against full water baptism if people want it, but he never ask them if they want it, and for the babies, is just get them wet, then later when they have the understanding, they can go for the full dip. Baptism happens once. Being baptised as a child in a Christian communion doesn't equal "getting a baby wet", it equals baptism. So anyone who suggests, mandates or demands that "full dips" occur later in that child's life clearly doesn't understand Old and New Testament biblical theology, nor the explicit New Testament teaching on baptism itself.

There are a few people here all indigenous who said they would like to meet for a house bible reading and explaining of the text, like why full baptism is needed, might scan the net and get some good points and scripture, slow and easy. "Full baptism", which you obviously take to be baptism by immersion, is no greater or lesser a form of baptism than is baptism by pouring. That you don't understand this tells me you're not ready to be teaching others yet.



24/06/2017 10:13 PM

Re :   On purity, defilement and legalism


'Sex sins' etc is no different from any form of sin, save the sin of blasphemy of the Holy Ghost, is forgivable.
However, in the New Testament, Jesus puts a lot of emphasis on the particular subject, specifically when it comes to marriage relationships etc.
The Church's role is to support and guide those, that may have fallen to temptation and repented, back to redemption in Christ.

Accolades for attending the local church.

Baptism is not a requirement but an act of faith. Read-


23/06/2017 11:44 PM

Re :   On purity, defilement and legalism

 I never stop wondering why RCI and others put people out for just fornication, in the above post there are many sins against defilement, yet they just put their hand into the sin bin and only pull out Sex sins, I never understand why they think sex sins are the sin they must put people out, a strange legalism in their brain that a sex sin is unforgiven, they show little fruits of the spirit in Love forgiveness.

Iv moved on, Its nice to keep the seat warm, on sundays, with the only church around for 300 k, even though he's a Roman Catholic priest, the word could come from any pastor, in most of his sermons, he's not against full water baptism if people want it, but he never ask them if they want it, and for the babies, is just get them wet, then later when they have the understanding, they can go for the full dip.

There are a few people here all indigenous who said they would like to meet for a house bible reading and explaining of the text, like why full baptism is needed, might scan the net and get some good points and scripture, slow and easy.

23/06/2017 9:11 AM

Re :   On purity, defilement and legalism

 Copy and paste from "Got any",  

may be helpful.-

 Question: "What is the fruit of the Holy Spirit?"

Answer: Galatians 5:22-23 tells us, “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.” The fruit of the Holy Spirit is the result of the Holy Spirit’s presence in the life of a Christian. The Bible makes it clear that everyone receives the Holy Spirit the moment he or she believes in Jesus Christ (Romans 8:9; 1 Corinthians 12:13; Ephesians 1:13-14). One of the primary purposes of the Holy Spirit coming into a Christian's life is to change that life. It is the Holy Spirit's job to conform us to the image of Christ, making us more like Him.

The fruit of the Holy Spirit is in direct contrast with the acts of the sinful nature in Galatians 5:19-21, “The acts of the sinful nature are obvious: sexual immorality, impurity and debauchery; idolatry and witchcraft; hatred, discord, jealousy, fits of rage, selfish ambition, dissensions, factions and envy; drunkenness, orgies, and the like. I warn you, as I did before, that those who live like this will not inherit the kingdom of God.” This passage describes all people, to varying degrees, when they do not know Christ and therefore are not under the influence of the Holy Spirit. Our sinful flesh produces certain types of fruit that reflect our nature, and the Holy Spirit produces types of fruit that reflect His nature.

The Christian life is a battle of the sinful flesh against the new nature given by Christ (2 Corinthians 5:17). As fallen human beings, we are still trapped in a body that desires sinful things (Romans 7:14-25). As Christians, we have the Holy Spirit producing His fruit in us and we have the Holy Spirit's power available to conquer the acts of the sinful nature (2 Corinthians 5:17; Philippians 4:13). A Christian will never be completely victorious in always demonstrating the fruits of the Holy Spirit. It is one of the main purposes of the Christian life, though, to progressively allow the Holy Spirit to produce more and more of His fruit in our lives—and to allow the Holy Spirit to conquer the opposing sinful desires. The fruit of the Spirit is what God desires our lives to exhibit and, with the Holy Spirit's help, it is possible!

More on Spiritual gifts.-

19/06/2017 5:58 PM

Re :   On purity, defilement and legalism

 Salvation is simply a processof confessing and believing, that Jesus died and rose again for our sins, tomake way for acceptance by the father we are worthy, before this nothing we didwould be acceptable to enter eternal rest. A man must confess that Jesus isLord, which signifies his realization that Christ must have full rule over hislife with all His righteous requirements, from his we show outward belief bybeing baptised into the corporate Christian church.

Saved from what, for mesaved from the evil of this world mankind and his crimes and thoughts againstGod, then to produce the fruits of the spirit as evidence you are followingJesus way.

19/06/2017 4:38 AM

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