Reproclaiming the Everlasting Gospel
At the end of the second blog post, I wrote that I would begin in this third to look more directly at Moses to see what the expectation of the Prophet-like-Moses might mean. To get there, I am going to return to Stephen’s discourse in Act 7. In the last post the focus was on verse 37. I encourage those of you still reading to consider the whole discourse but especially the central portion related to Moses in verses 17 – 44. One thing to note here is that Moses gets…Continue
Added by Dan Davenport on 3rdMo. 25, 2011 at 2:30 — 2 Comments
The Scriptures of Truth testify that those that live Godly in Christ Jesus will suffer persecution. What do you think about this passage of Scripture?
I have been meditating on it and I believe it has to do with the false Christ of the world and the saturation of earthly culture which is very seductive to our eyes. The falsehood and the veneer of happiness is a persecutor in a way.
What are your thoughts? How do you maintain…Continue
Added by Bradley Keith Whitley on 3rdMo. 19, 2011 at 1:06 — 2 Comments
In this second blog post I will begin to describe the scriptural passages that point to the prophesy of the Prophet-like-Moses, or “Prophet-like-unto-Moses” (to use George Fox’s phrase). I believe this has implications for our understanding of who Jesus is as the Messiah.
There are at least two explicit references to this expectation of a prophet like Moses in the New Testament, both in the book of Acts. They are recorded in two separate discourses, the first by Peter in chapter 3…Continue
Added by Dan Davenport on 3rdMo. 6, 2011 at 22:30 — 2 Comments
The Lord is so gracious! By His Spirit He teaches us and leads us into the Way of Life. He deserves all our praise for the Love of the Word in coming to us and teaching us!
Last evening, after reading the Scriptures, I had a moment of silent worship waiting on the Lord. During this time I saw in my mind a donkey with a man on it, and then the image changed to a white horse with a warrior on it. I take it to be Christ. Christ came the first time…Continue
Added by Bradley Keith Whitley on 3rdMo. 5, 2011 at 11:36 — 1 Comment
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