The Bible… One book… From the beginning til the end

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

The Bible… One book… From the beginning til the end, God said to keep His commands FOREVER. He never wavered from that. Yet there are people who will still tell me that I don’t have to obey… Then again, the serpent also told Adam and Eve that they don’t have to obey either….

Jim Price [02/06/2016 3:17 PM]
Michel, isn’t it more accurate to say the bible is made up of 66 books, written by many different people from different places and at different times, spanning over many centuries? For instance in Ex 23:17 ” Three times in the year all thy males shall appear before the Lord God.” Surely that is not required of us today.

Corey Forsyth [02/06/2016 3:29 PM]
Didn’t we just do this? LOL My question is this. Since we are picking out the Sabbath here, why did Jesus constantly break the Sabbath if this is such a dire issue? Many times He did things on the Sabbath that broke this law, thus sending the Pharisees into a frenzy. If we are so strictly commanded to keep this particular day legalistically, why did He break it and say to the Pharisees that the Sabbath was made for man, not man for the Sabbath (Mark 2:27)? Also, why did Paul address our freedom from the law in Galatians 3?
Things like sexual immorality are addressed as prohibited both in the OT and NT. Why then, are we holding so militantly to laws that we were freed from? What benefit is the Sabbath as a law aside from the principle of rest for our benefit as, I see, Jesus addressing to the pharisees.

Corey Forsyth [02/06/2016 3:41 PM]
So if you worship on Sunday, how can you be so harsh on this post to compare the Sabbath law with original sin in the garden? Have you found a new church? ?

John Conger [02/06/2016 3:54 PM]
Why are you on facebook on the Sabbath? Sinner

John Conger [02/06/2016 9:03 PM]
Haven’t read much of the laws on sabbath have you?

Michel Gutman [02/06/2016 10:38 PM]
Born and raised with them John…

John Conger [02/07/2016 10:09 PM]
sorry buddy but i cant help but think you seem to keep the day of rest as you see fit and ignore the more inconvienent rules.

Ricky Grimsley [02/07/2016 10:38 PM]
All i keep hearing is “blah blah blah, keep the law even though I dont”. Unless you cut foreskins after baptism at your church, i aint hearing what you are saying.

Shannon Roach [02/09/2016 10:24 AM]
Ugh I came on to this site hoping to learn a thing or two, and I sure didn’t expect all this bickering all the time. It’s continuous. It’s not even constructive criticism is just picking and fussing. That my dears is something I’m positive isn’t what Christ stood for.

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The Bible… One book… From the beginning til the end

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

The Bible… One book… From the beginning til the end, God said to keep His commands FOREVER. He never wavered from that. Yet there are people who will still tell me that I don’t have to obey… Then again, the serpent also told Adam and Eve that they don’t have to obey either….

Jim Price [02/06/2016 3:17 PM]
Michel, isn’t it more accurate to say the bible is made up of 66 books, written by many different people from different places and at different times, spanning over many centuries? For instance in Ex 23:17 ” Three times in the year all thy males shall appear before the Lord God.” Surely that is not required of us today.

Corey Forsyth [02/06/2016 3:29 PM]
Didn’t we just do this? LOL My question is this. Since we are picking out the Sabbath here, why did Jesus constantly break the Sabbath if this is such a dire issue? Many times He did things on the Sabbath that broke this law, thus sending the Pharisees into a frenzy. If we are so strictly commanded to keep this particular day legalistically, why did He break it and say to the Pharisees that the Sabbath was made for man, not man for the Sabbath (Mark 2:27)? Also, why did Paul address our freedom from the law in Galatians 3?
Things like sexual immorality are addressed as prohibited both in the OT and NT. Why then, are we holding so militantly to laws that we were freed from? What benefit is the Sabbath as a law aside from the principle of rest for our benefit as, I see, Jesus addressing to the pharisees.

Corey Forsyth [02/06/2016 3:41 PM]
So if you worship on Sunday, how can you be so harsh on this post to compare the Sabbath law with original sin in the garden? Have you found a new church? ?

John Conger [02/06/2016 3:54 PM]
Why are you on facebook on the Sabbath? Sinner

John Conger [02/06/2016 9:03 PM]
Haven’t read much of the laws on sabbath have you?

Michel Gutman [02/06/2016 10:38 PM]
Born and raised with them John…

John Conger [02/07/2016 10:09 PM]
sorry buddy but i cant help but think you seem to keep the day of rest as you see fit and ignore the more inconvienent rules.

Ricky Grimsley [02/07/2016 10:38 PM]
All i keep hearing is “blah blah blah, keep the law even though I dont”. Unless you cut foreskins after baptism at your church, i aint hearing what you are saying.

Shannon Roach [02/09/2016 10:24 AM]
Ugh I came on to this site hoping to learn a thing or two, and I sure didn’t expect all this bickering all the time. It’s continuous. It’s not even constructive criticism is just picking and fussing. That my dears is something I’m positive isn’t what Christ stood for.

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