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Brian Simmons February 21, 2019 at 3:29 pm

I just want to correct the scripture number for Hebrews. It’s HEBREWS 9:27-28.
Thank You

Jack Wellman February 21, 2019 at 3:33 pm

Hello Mr. Simmons. Thank you for your kindness sir. It will be corrected. Thank you for your patience.

Talking Christianity March 25, 2019 at 1:33 pm

Jesus Christ is the author and finisher of faith. Note the word ‘our’ is in italics suggesting that it is not there in the original. However, if He is the author and finisher of faith it implies that anyone who has entered into Christ has entered into finished faith. Christ therefore is faith! One cannot be in Christ and be looking for faith…
The word a believer accepted is faith because the bible says that faith is by hearing the message of Christ (again the word cometh is not in the original and the term message of God is not there but message of Christ).

Jack Wellman March 25, 2019 at 3:01 pm

I know that even God grants repentance and this is an act outside of the human will, for we cannot choose to repent and believe unless God quickens us (Eph 2), but if we have not repented, and continue in those practices that people who won’t enter the kingdom do (Gal 5:19-21), then we have no really believed. That is what I am saying. He is the Author of our Faith, and thankfully, He grants repentance and the ability to believe, but why would Jesus include the word “repent and believe” if it were not true of everyone. If the Geniles need no repentance but the Jews do, this is a different playing field you’re putting them on. That seems wrong to me. The foot of the cross is level ground where Jews and Gentiles both stand in need of saving, male and female,black and white, it makes no difference…we must be brought to repentance and faith in Christ.

Jack Wellman March 25, 2019 at 3:02 pm

Hello again friend. I know that even God grants repentance and this is an act outside of the human will, for we cannot choose to repent and believe unless God quickens us (Eph 2), but if we have not repented, and continue in those practices that people who won’t enter the kingdom do (Gal 5:19-21), then we have no really believed. That is what I am saying. He is the Author of our Faith, and thankfully, He grants repentance and the ability to believe, but why would Jesus include the word “repent and believe” if it were not true of everyone. If the Geniles need no repentance but the Jews do, this is a different playing field you’re putting them on. That seems wrong to me. The foot of the cross is level ground where Jews and Gentiles both stand in need of saving, male and female,black and white, it makes no difference…we must be brought to repentance and faith in Christ.





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