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Asa September 7, 2020 at 5:03 pm

Im only clinging on what the Lord reveals to me, the new commandments from Jesus. But Pastor Wellman, the rapture, speaking in tongues, once saved always saved doctrine, and timing the coming of the Lord etc honestly i dont know much about those. My own views i do have on some of these.

There are certain biblical mysteries we as believers should not argue too much about unless we are certain about our revelation on such topics. Some of these topics can be interesting but some theologians add their personal philosophies.

So your article is so spot on. I pray that i must never be a person that quarrels or that argues combatively on biblical issues. If i did i apologise and i sincerely repent.

People should learn to have a Berean spirit, and test these doctrines against scripture.

Asa September 8, 2020 at 1:33 am

I just couldnt stop thinking about your topic. These doctrines are dangerous, i was once over spiritual, indoctrinated and naive. Your topic is very relevant, and this is not a past problem it still persists.

A true doctrine, among others, is that of obedience, repentance and love. I dont think these are disputable.

Im so happy in my heart, it is not an easy journey, but i just love living for Jesus. There is so much i wanna learn, thats what makes me happy.

Im so happy that in this current world there are pastors like pastor John MacArthur, pst Jack Wellman, Dr Charles Stanley and pst John Piper, i thank the Lord for all of you because i learn a lot from you.

Another man that inspires me , vp Mike Pence, he is a very gifted principled leader.

Jack Wellman September 8, 2020 at 12:27 pm

Hello Asa. Thank you sir. You said it so well when you wrote, “A true doctrine, among others, is that of obedience, repentance and love.” Spot on my brother. This lines up with Jesus’ teaching that this is how all (men & women, lost & saved) will know we are His disciples (John 13:34-35). As for these other spiritual giants of the faith, I am not sure I belong in their company, but thank you for your encouragment my brother. How kind. Amen to Mike Pence. So true. Your words are healing to us sir, and that is the root of your name. Asa is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Asa is “doctor, healer.” Biblically, the name of the third king of Judah, who reigned for forty years and was one of the few good kings of Judah.

Asa September 9, 2020 at 9:13 am

Wow wow thank you so much sir





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