Larking: The Mountain Peeks of Prophecy

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John Kissinger [02/01/2016 8:33 PM]
good ol’ and faithful #DAKE John Conger Ricky Grimsley

Ricky Grimsley [02/01/2016 9:36 PM]
Well i do see the church as a parenthesis. The tribulation is all about getting the jews to jesus as their messiah and punishing the wicked. Daniel 9:24 KJVS
[24] Seventy weeks are determined upon thy people and upon thy holy city, to finish the transgression, and to make an end of sins, and to make reconciliation for iniquity, and to bring in everlasting righteousness, and to seal up the vision and prophecy, and to anoint the most Holy.
We know that the 70th week is still to come because their has been no end of sins or everlasting righteousness. I of course can point out several OT where the church is eluded to but Paul makes it clear that Israel and the church are branches of the same tree but not the same branch. There many passages that can only refer to physical israel and have nothing to do with the church and obviously i would dispute that the church is the bride of christ since the bible plainly states the the bride is new jerusalem.

John Kissinger [02/01/2016 9:48 PM]
oh, yeah – and this particular drawing is early 1919 Larkin. I got the original print 🙂 Sorry for the confusion.

Charles Page [02/01/2016 11:42 PM]
hogwarsch!

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  • Reply May 18, 2017

    Varnel Watson

    Rev. Clarence Larkin (1850–1924) was an American Baptist pastor. He was not Pentecostal His Dispensational Truth as firstly brought by DallasTS was not Pentecostal theology About the Pentecostal movement Clarence Larkin wrote:

    “But the conduct of those possessed, in which they fall to the ground and writhe in contortions, causing disarrangement’s of the clothing and disgraceful scenes, is more a characteristic of demon possession, than a work of the Holy Spirit. From what has been said we see that we are living in “Perilous Times,” and that all about us are “Seducing Spirits,” and that they will become more active as the Dispensation draws to its close, and that we must exert the greatest care lest we be led astray.” (“From Holy Laughter to Holy Fire” by Michael L. Brown, pages 197&198)

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Larking: The Mountain Peeks of Prophecy

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

Friends I was invited to post this article on this cite, enjoy:

John Kissinger [02/01/2016 8:33 PM]
good ol’ and faithful #DAKE John Conger Ricky Grimsley

Ricky Grimsley [02/01/2016 9:36 PM]
Well i do see the church as a parenthesis. The tribulation is all about getting the jews to jesus as their messiah and punishing the wicked. Daniel 9:24 KJVS
[24] Seventy weeks are determined upon thy people and upon thy holy city, to finish the transgression, and to make an end of sins, and to make reconciliation for iniquity, and to bring in everlasting righteousness, and to seal up the vision and prophecy, and to anoint the most Holy.
We know that the 70th week is still to come because their has been no end of sins or everlasting righteousness. I of course can point out several OT where the church is eluded to but Paul makes it clear that Israel and the church are branches of the same tree but not the same branch. There many passages that can only refer to physical israel and have nothing to do with the church and obviously i would dispute that the church is the bride of christ since the bible plainly states the the bride is new jerusalem.

John Kissinger [02/01/2016 9:48 PM]
oh, yeah – and this particular drawing is early 1919 Larkin. I got the original print 🙂 Sorry for the confusion.

Charles Page [02/01/2016 11:42 PM]
hogwarsch!

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