SAME GOSPEL, VARIABLE EMPHASIS 27 “Now My soul is troubled, and what shall I say? ‘Father, save Me from this hour’? But for this purpose I came to this hour. 28 Father, glorify Your name.” Then a voice came from heaven, saying, “I have both glorified it and will glorify it again.” 29 Therefore the people who stood by and heard it said that it had thundered. Others… Continue reading PTB2-51: The Full Spectrum of the Glorious Gospel
or Neither Scofield nor the Law can Annul the Promise to Abraham and his children of faith which we are. Ephesians takes on Scofield theology; goodness, the Bible Itself literally takes on Scofield especially about the mystery of how the Jews and the Gentiles can and will become One Body in Christ, the Church. First,… Continue reading God’s Promise to Israel of an Everlasting Covenant.
INTRODUCTION: Jesus “came preaching the gospel of the kingdom”; and if you do not get that straight you can become a victim of Scofield theology of all things states that Jesus made a mistake in talking about the kingdom, because the Jews rejected it. How many mistakes is this from Scofield: (1) It lessens the… Continue reading PTB 25: The Gospel and the Falling Away.
Acceptable and Not Acceptable: The plan and purpose of God for Christ, the gospel of the kingdom, and the forever kingdom are acceptable; the substitutes of Scofield and Scofield theology are not acceptable! Outline of this message: I. INTRODUCTION: Hideout for Bad Habits. II. Exegesis of the Lord Jesus Christ versus Isogesis of Scofield notes… Continue reading PTB #14: The Accepted Time and Purpose of God the Father, not Scofield Part II.
A Few Lies of Scofield Plain evidence condemning C.I. Scofield (1843-1921) as a liar in spreading one of the most damnable systems of prophetic misinterpretation ever foisted on the saints. “Every word of God is pure: he is a shield unto them that put their trust in him. Add thou not unto his words, lest… Continue reading Mistakes of Scofield Theology Part 1: A Few Lies of Scofield by “Let God Be True”
God and the Gospel. 1. Genesis 12:1-3 and Galatians 3:8.9. (1). With Gods call to Abram to another land, God gave the everlasting covenant of: (a) From Abram’s seed God would make the great nation of Israel; (b) Through his seed Christ the name of Abram would be great; and (c) Through Abram all the… Continue reading God and the Gospel.
A14-1: ASPI Bible Outline on the Gospel of the King and the Kingdom. Indeed, I think after this preliminary context of the Bible on the kingdom, especially in the teachings of Jesus, we are really to get into the teachings of the Apostle whose ministry it was to make things clear based on the Old… Continue reading Gospel of The King and Kingdom from Romans and Hebrews.
Gist: Some bottom lines of worship in the book of Revelation. Preface: The bottom line of Revelation 1-3 is Pride versus Worship God. The “that sort” of II Timothy are in control today of religious organizations, first coming up with a secret and false rapture, and then within themselves are become “lovers of self and… Continue reading Worship in Revelation.
Kingdom in Volume 3, the 14 Letters of the Apostle Paul. Just sitting out there at Rosamond CA, in the middle of the Mojave Desert and close to flight test engineering work at Edwards, in the Comfort Travel trailer with a typewriter, and the desire to condense the Bible better in 7 volumes than… Continue reading Gospel of the King and the Kingdom (Somebody has to say it!)
Matthew quotes from Isaiah approximately 17 times. Paul in Romans and Hebrews quotes from Isaiah approximately 17 times. A coincidence, I doubt it, Paul like Jesus planned ahead. And of course those 17 quotes of Matthew from Isaiah are primarily from Jesus Himself. Paul, I think, wanted to follow the example of Jesus who… Continue reading Gospel in Isaiah!