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Old 01-14-2022, 08:12 AM
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Dead as asleep in Christ

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I didn't mean anything by that. I appreciate your insight.
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The baptism of the Holy Ghost will provide the proper spiritual insight. Distortion of Godís word by religions is not spiritual insight, but spiritual distortion.
Some of the most naturally minded people I know, are those who have the Holy Ghost. It's sad!
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Some of the most naturally minded people I know, are those who have the Holy Ghost. It's sad!
Not sad, but smart. Wait on God for revelation instead of butchering Revelations.
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2 years ago a saint died, and at his death he looked up and spoke to his pastor these words, "pastor, the chariots of fire, there real!" In just a short time after that he died. I may or I may not tell another story in about 6-10 months from now about what an elder saw in a dream.

A very good pastor friend of mine, whom I consider a mentor, has had the opportunity to be at the bed side of the departing, both the saved and the lost. One women, was dying and as she was dying starting to scream in a tormenting voice, "there is only ONE God".

[I]I Corinthians 2:9
But as it is written, Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him. /I]

Whats on the other side is a dimension that this natural mind cannot comprehend. Thats why Paul said about the heavenly place, "heard unspeakable words, that is unlawful for man to utter.''

Im beginning to firmly believe in order for a individual to understand Gods word, they have to be fully committed to the spiritual things of God. Otherwise through the natural eye, all they'll see is things natural.

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Some of the most naturally minded people I know, are those who have the Holy Ghost. It's sad!
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All you have to do is back off on those cheeseburgers and French fries. You will become more spiritual. If you go without that nasty natural food long enough you will starve that filthy natural flesh to death and spirit is all that remains.

The truth of the matter is that we should balance the natural and the spiritual. Nobody conceives children in the spirit. Most meals are not eaten while speaking in tongues. Godís plan is that we balance the natural and the spiritual. To say otherwise (we should be all spiritual) is contrary to Godís plan.

At some level you understand this. Have you eaten in , I donít know, the last three or four weeks? Did you have anything for breakfast?

You are entirely too natural minded. Shame on you for feeding your nasty, filthy flesh. You are soooooooo carnal! (A small bit of sarcasm, just a hint, is included in this post. It was entirely of the flesh, but it may be a parable. A story of natural happenings, that has a spiritual parallel.)
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Not sad, but smart. Wait on God for revelation instead of butchering Revelations.
Always good advice.
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Always good advice.
What? What does he even mean, though?
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Brother,

All you have to do is back off on those cheeseburgers and French fries. You will become more spiritual. If you go without that nasty natural food long enough you will starve that filthy natural flesh to death and spirit is all that remains.

The truth of the matter is that we should balance the natural and the spiritual. Nobody conceives children in the spirit. Most meals are not eaten while speaking in tongues. Godís plan is that we balance the natural and the spiritual. To say otherwise (we should be all spiritual) is contrary to Godís plan.

At some level you understand this. Have you eaten in , I donít know, the last three or four weeks? Did you have anything for breakfast?

You are entirely too natural minded. Shame on you for feeding your nasty, filthy flesh. You are soooooooo carnal! (A small bit of sarcasm, just a hint, is included in this post. It was entirely of the flesh, but it may be a parable. A story of natural happenings, that has a spiritual parallel.)
You donít do 3-4 week fasts?

It shows a lot that when I say we have to be committed to the spirit fully, and you bring up food as some way to counter act the fact to understand spiritual things one needs to be spiritual.

One elder told me the other day, he was on a 28 day fast, and it was his last day of the fast. He walked out of his house and his stomach grumbled and he said ďjust for doing that, weíre going to go another three daysĒ. Lol! I love it.
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You donít do 3-4 week fasts?

It shows a lot that when I say we have to be committed to the spirit fully, and you bring up food as some way to counter act the fact to understand spiritual things one needs to be spiritual.

One elder told me the other day, he was on a 28 day fast, and it was his last day of the fast. He walked out of his house and his stomach grumbled and he said ďjust for doing that, weíre going to go another three daysĒ. Lol! I love it.
Yes I donít do three or four weeks of fasting.

The question was to you though.

Have you eaten anything in the last three or four weeks?

The reason the elders stomach grumbled is because he is in the flesh. It wasnít his spirit that growled, it was his flesh.

Why did his flesh growl?

Because he is carnal. I guarantee that.
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Nicodemus, pearls before swine friend, pearls before swine.
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Nicodemus, pearls before swine friend, pearls before swine.
Really?

Wow.

No wonder this forum is dead as the doornails in a Baptist church.
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