Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Where Are You?


John 3:7

King James Version (KJV)
Marvel not that I said unto thee, Ye must be born again.

9 comments:

Gazz said...

"Where are You"

In the only place to be . . . The Temple of my Dear Dear LORD ?

Anonymous said...

This question is the only one where the answer is of eternal consequence and yet it is the one that most fail to answer or consider. The true Gospel has been compromised and dumbed down to widen the road that the Lord said is narrow.

Salvation is a gift, not of works. The majority put the cart before the horse. Human pride keeps more people out of heaven and causes them to choose an eternity in hell.

False "gospels" abound, including the Calvinist/Reformed lie that God picks some to be saved and some to go to hell without any choice in the matter.

A good follow-up to this post would be an examination of all the false "gospels" that pave the road to destruction.

There is only one true, uncompromised Gospel message but it has often been lost in the shuffle.

Anonymous said...

Dear Gazz,

Your comment is not sitting well with me.

In Christ,

JL

Bible Believer said...

Yeah Gazz comment is a bit odd. Maybe they can explain it? I almost didn't post it.

Bible Believer said...

I agree salvation is a gift, and there are many false gospels, some seemingly endless from Hebrew Roots which is works based--to Calvinism to Catholicism, Mormonism and more. I suppose I've posted on many of them here.

Ephesians 2:8-9 - For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: [it is] the gift of God:

Lillianna White said...

Yes, the devil always wants to take the simple message of salvation and add all this stuff to it, you must go through these sacraments, you must obey all the Jewish law, you must be circumcised, you must be baptized as a baby, you must join this, you must be a member of that, you must... you must... you must. When Jesus said only that...
"You must be born again."

Yeah, what is up with that temple comment? I don't even know what is meant. First, there are 2 sides, with the cross being the only bridge from death unto life, Jesus is our only Mediator. If we are saved, we are on the right side of that diagram, and thus we ARE the temple of God. WE are the church, not a building, but the body of born again believers, who are the body of Christ, with Him as the head of that body.
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Anonymous said...

1 Corinthians 3:16 - Don

Gazz said...

"Where are You"

". . . and thus we ARE the temple of God . . "

By definition ~ where else can 'one' be ?

Anonymous said...

Dear Gazz,

Your obscurantist style of writing is a bit confusing. However, I think Don summed up what you are trying to say. If that is what you are saying, I totally agree that our bodies are the temple of the Holy Spirit.

In Christ,

Joy