Early in my Christian experience

Posted by Tom Steele in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post

I was taught early in my Christian experience that many people get stuck in a past move of God and when a fresh wind comes, they miss it. One of the biggest ironies in that is how some of the very people who taught me that in years past are now rejecting what God is speaking through His Prophets in this season.

They fail to recall that there was a time when the Christians of the day rejected tongues and prophecy as demonic, when they denounced miracles and healing based on beliefs that these actions ‘died out with the Apostles’, and said that speaking things into existence through a Word of Faith was merely mysticism.

Now that many of the most influential leaders in Christianity today are presenting the foundations for revival through the roots of our faith they are rejecting them in the exact same manner as those who rejected the revivals that they embraced.

God’s Festivals and Seasons, the blessings found in the Torah, Biblically kosher diet, the blowing of the shofar and the use of the tallit are all just as much a part of our faith as tongues, prophecy, miracles and tithing. Whatever you do, DON’T quench the moving of God’s Spirit in your life.

~Shalom

I was taught early in my Christian experience that many people get stuck in a past move of God and when a fresh wind comes, they miss it. One of the biggest ironies in that is how some of the very people who taught me that in years past are now rejecting what God is speaking through His Prophets in this season.

They fail to recall that there was a time when the Christians of the day rejected tongues and prophecy as demonic, when they denounced miracles and healing based on beliefs that these actions 'died out with the Apostles', and said that speaking things into existence through a Word of Faith was merely mysticism.

Now that many of the most influential leaders in Christianity today are presenting the foundations for revival through the roots of our faith they are rejecting them in the exact same manner as those who rejected the revivals that they embraced.

God's Festivals and Seasons, the blessings found in the Torah, Biblically kosher diet, the blowing of the shofar and the use of the tallit are all just as much a part of our faith as tongues, prophecy, miracles and tithing. Whatever you do, DON'T quench the moving of God's Spirit in your life.

~Shalom

6 Comments

  • Reply August 18, 2018

    Varnel Watson

    Tom Steele you were taught early in your Christian experience that many people get stuck in a past move of God and when a fresh wind comes, they miss it by no other by Rod Parsley

    • Reply August 19, 2018

      Scotty Searan

      Rod Parsley’s message has changed since the 80s and 90s

  • Reply August 19, 2018

    Louise Cummings

    I guess it’s possible there was some wild fire. But I’m beginning to believe some didn’t like the real fire because it was a little to strict for them. I’ll admit some Pastors or leaders , should have taught them what the Bible taught about the order laid down in the Bible. Now there are some things taught that was just a misunderstanding of what some Scriptures was really teaching. But who am I to say? I might be the one misunderstanding. If I am I pray God open my eyes. I believe when you get out of the real fire. It won’t be long until you will know.

  • Reply August 19, 2018

    Louise Cummings

    I don’t think anyone should get stuck in the past or a rut. We are living in the Now. I think Gods Word has never changed. We just need , like someone said. Go back to the old paths. That’s taught in the Bible. If we get stuck in the past. We will miss some great things going on now. And what wild be shortly.

  • Reply August 19, 2018

    Scotty Searan

    Is being stuck in past scriptural when it comes to doctrine?
    There were things under the Old Law that Jesus Christ abolished on the cross and with his resurrection.
    Was it scriptural under the Jewish law?
    Does doctrine change with time?

  • Reply August 19, 2018

    Varnel Watson

    what does past scriptural means exactly?

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I was taught early in my Christian experience

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I was taught early in my Christian experience that many people get stuck in a past move of God and when a fresh wind comes, they miss it. One of the biggest ironies in that is how some of the very people who taught me that in years past are now rejecting what God is speaking through His Prophets in this season.

They fail to recall that there was a time when the Christians of the day rejected tongues and prophecy as demonic, when they denounced miracles and healing based on beliefs that these actions ‘died out with the Apostles’, and said that speaking things into existence through a Word of Faith was merely mysticism.

Now that many of the most influential leaders in Christianity today are presenting the foundations for revival through the roots of our faith they are rejecting them in the exact same manner as those who rejected the revivals that they embraced.

God’s Festivals and Seasons, the blessings found in the Torah, Biblically kosher diet, the blowing of the shofar and the use of the tallit are all just as much a part of our faith as tongues, prophecy, miracles and tithing. Whatever you do, DON’T quench the moving of God’s Spirit in your life.

~Shalom

I was taught early in my Christian experience that many people get stuck in a past move of God and when a fresh wind comes, they miss it. One of the biggest ironies in that is how some of the very people who taught me that in years past are now rejecting what God is speaking through His Prophets in this season.

They fail to recall that there was a time when the Christians of the day rejected tongues and prophecy as demonic, when they denounced miracles and healing based on beliefs that these actions 'died out with the Apostles', and said that speaking things into existence through a Word of Faith was merely mysticism.

Now that many of the most influential leaders in Christianity today are presenting the foundations for revival through the roots of our faith they are rejecting them in the exact same manner as those who rejected the revivals that they embraced.

God's Festivals and Seasons, the blessings found in the Torah, Biblically kosher diet, the blowing of the shofar and the use of the tallit are all just as much a part of our faith as tongues, prophecy, miracles and tithing. Whatever you do, DON'T quench the moving of God's Spirit in your life.

~Shalom

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