Revolutionary Daily Thought

Preach it!

Posted on 05/21/2018, in Potpourri, Uncategorized and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Besides really liking the video Xena, I laughed and at the end, said Hallelujah – there’s a message every day, in everything, including ourselves!

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  2. Dear Xena,

    I love those words.

    Years ago, It used to be ambivalent when I would hear peoples dwell and talk about their belief in the rapture, I did not think this belief did any real harm. I would simply voice my doubt. I would say that I relied on the words that no one knows when the end is coming except God, the Father.

    Then I would ask why peoples believed they would avoid suffering from the tribulation times when even Jesus Christ suffered here on earth as well as most of His apostles? Why did they think they would be treated differently?

    Now I think it is harmful. When the end times do come, these folks are going to be very angry where their faith will be very shaken to the core. The pastors who preach this concept are indeed doing grievous harm.

    The Stethoscope is great as it is a positive message to get folks back on the right track.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Hugs, Gronda


    • Gronda, Glad that you enjoyed the video. I agree that it’s a positive message to get folks back on the right path.

      There are three or more positions in Christian denominations on the appearing of Christ and the tribulation. At least two of those positions are based on natural understanding without regard to the original Greek words. Jesus said that in this world, we will have tribulation, but be of good cheer because he has overcome the world. 1 John 2:16 says what constitutes “the world” but there are believers who think that the “world” means the physical earth. The third thought, is that Christ appears in His people and the transformation overcomes “the world”.

      Sadly, there are people who are attracted to the type of doctrines that satisfy their fancy in how they want to see others treated. It’s kinda like politics and people voting based on deprivation by the government of others.

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