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Re: “LIVEBLOG: House concurs on Senate amendments to HB1228, bill passes

“Anyone who speaks a word against the Son of Man will be forgiven, but anyone who speaks against the Holy Spirit will not be forgiven, either in this age or in the age to come.” (Bible, New Testament, Matthew 12:32) THE FIRST AGE began at Jesus’s Birth: The “This Age”. THE SECOND AGE began at Jesus’s Death: “The Age to come”. THE THIRD AGE began at Jesus’s Resurrection: And is the current Age and also is the age when blasphemy against the Holy Spirit is forgiven. The Third Age goes on into forever. ALL GO TO HEAVEN because blasphemy against the Holy Spirit is forgiven. Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit is the term word for Unbelief. ALL GO TO HEAVEN because ALL UNBELIEF IS FORGIVEN.



Some people think that the second age refers to the coming of earths Israel and the fulfillment of end time propehecy. It doesn’t. It refers to the crucifixion of Christ Jesus on the Cross. Run to the Tree. Run to the Cross. Pushing for ages based on earths Israel leads to unforgiveness. Pushing for ages based on Christ Jesus leads to Heaven for ALL.



Since Jesus's Resurrection everything is supposed to be Christ-centered especially the Ages.



Jesus died for You You will go to Heaven.

Jesus died for ALL ALL go to Heaven.



“In recent years a small group of Baptist, Pentecostal, Charismatic, and Dispensationalist preachers have predominated television preaching. These preachers claim that the key prophecies of God deal with the state of Israel. These misguided preachers have twisted God's prophecies and removed Christ from the center of prophetic preaching. By doing this, they replace Jesus Christ with the geographical state of Israel. This misuse of prophecy has cause many Lutheran pastors to avoid teaching about prophecy altogether, thereby leaving their people in the dark and without the hope that God desires to give His people through Christ-centered prophetic preaching.



As already noted, the Dispensationalist teaching of prophecy takes Jesus from the center of all prophecy and replaces our blessed Lord with the state of Israel. In Luke 24:44, Jesus says, "All things which are written about Me in the Law of Moses and the Prophets and the Psalms must be fulfilled." Dispensationalists, in effect, have recast this section of God's Word to say, "All things written about the state of Israel in the Law of Moses and the Prophets and the Psalms must be fulfilled." Furthermore, as Luther points out, Israel, even in the Old Testament, has always referred to those who believed and followed God, not to a particular race of people or to a certain geographical area.



Over the centuries, in its worship services, the Christian church has always used the Psalms. The Psalms regularly refer to Israel. When the Psalmist is referring to Israel, he is pointing to those whom God has promised to bless. In their false understanding of Scripture, the Dispensationalists have misled millions to believe that the Psalms are referring to God blessing the state of Israel, when, in fact, the Psalms refer to a blessing God wants to give to all who are worshiping him. In other words, the heretical Dispensationalist theology twists and redirects God's promises of blessings from children who are His through Baptism to those they believe are His through geography.

So, the bottom line is this. When people in your congregations are hoodwinked into believing Dispensationalist theology, they do not experience the blessings that God has to give them as His New Israel! (Romans 9:1-8)” (Good News Magazine Prophecy Issue 35, Concordia Mission Society, P.O. box 8555 St Louis MO 63126)



Earthly Israel discriminates.

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Posted by Christopher Sadoun on 04/01/2015 at 10:13 PM

 

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