tirsdag 3. januar 2012

Nr. 178: They will say Lord, Lord, but Jesus would not recognize them!

Nr. 178:

They will say Lord, Lord, but Jesus would not recognize them!

Matt. 7. 21 Not every one that saith unto me, Lord! Lord! will enter the kingdom of heaven, but whoever does the Heavenly Father. 22 Many will say to me on that day, Lord! Lord! have we not prophesied in Your name, cast out devils in thy name done many wonderful works in Your name? 23 And then shall I bear witness for them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity!

Jesus teaching is clear, simple and straight forward!

What is Jesus really saying here? They will stand before he has experienced anointing of himself, but lived and experienced the anointing in them. They have experienced the gifts, but not spiritual fruit. So simple, so clear and so I understand it.

Here, as throughout the Bible, especially the New Testament is mistranslated.

In order to translate Matt. 7. 23 correct: "When will it be revealed to them, they not recognized by me and I'm not with them when their lives were in lawlessness!"

When will this section be so, "Matt. 7. 21 Far from everyone who says to me, Lord! Lord! to come into the coming kingdom, but it makes my Heavenly Father. 22 Many will say to Me in that day, Lord! Lord! have we not prophesied in Your name, cast out devils in thy name done many wonderful works in Your name? Then it will be obvious to them, they recognized not by me, and I do not by them when their lives were in lawlessness, ".

January Hanvold prototype of a false prophet

I have mentioned January Hanvold, almost at all hours. But it is because he is prime example of a false prophet and that Jesus is talking about and warn so strongly against.

We read here that the basic text it is said that their life was in lawlessness

We read here that the basic text it is said that their life was in anarchy, that's exactly what Hanvold live in. He is "exempt" from the great multitude of believers to follow God's word even when he DOES SO MUCH FOR JESUS!

This is nothing a forgery, lies, and a spiritual deception. We can not shoe us how much we do for Jesus, and that we succeed! But we live in accordance with God's word, not least in their daily lives and to our own family. Here Hanvold failed to a degree, and this makes him unfit to work and serve the kingdom of God and the church. It is such Jesus and God's word warns us when they are wolves in sheep's clothing.

What does Jesus say?

We read that they will make it obvious, at least, then, that their lives and what they stood for were not up, when their life was in and seemed lawlessness. Their lives and ministry can not stand the fire, they had not experienced and survived the fire of God here in time. When they set within its white throne, it is too late, then "train" passed and they must take the consequences of having lived a double life, really. They were Christian in name but not benefited.

Are we faithful outlaws?

No and again no for an answer!

Rooms. 6. 15 What then? shall we sin because we are not under law but under grace? Far from that! 16 I do not know that when I offer you up for some as servants to obedience, then you are also servants under the one in which sounds, whether of sin to death, or the obedience to righteousness? 17 But thanks be to God that I probably have been the servants of sin, but now the heart has been obedient to the lessons learned form that I have been given over to! 18 But as I have been freed from sin, is the entry into service of justice.

Here it is right that we, as believers, Jesus, New Testament Christians are not free to do what we want. We have come into a new service, a service of obedience under justice. You know it tastes bad for the majority of Protestant Christians the grace which gives the freedom for all, to say the very, very much, unfortunately!
Furthermore, it says that we are obedient to the teachings form we have in the New Testament. This is also something to take with you on the road for those who want to keep the Sabbath and other things belonging to Israel and the old covenant.

Antichrist will be the lawless

2. Thes. 2. 7 For the mystery of iniquity doth already work, only that the person now holding back, cleared the road, 8, and then shall the wicked be revealed, whom the Lord Jesus shall consume with his mouth breath and destroy the revelation of his coming. 9 And his coming is, after Satan's power business, with all lying power and signs and wonders, 10 and with all unrighteousness deception for those who are perishing because they received not the love of truth, that they might be saved. 11 And therefore God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe the lie, 12 so that all might be damned who believed not the truth but had pleasure in unrighteousness.

This is exactly in this that Jesus mentions. They want and have and have even more. But while they will be his own "boss." This is the Antichrist - the son of perdition - an even stronger example of January 1 Hanvold. Antichrist is of course not only lawless as Jan Hanvold is, but he is an outlaw, it is of course even worse!

Aage Åleskjær account for this fully!

YY stands for the full. He is a false prophet, if not worse than Hanvold when he preaches a "gospel" that gives the old man free rein when grace is bigger than everything. But what says the scripture? That grace does a holy and committed lives. This is from my commentaries from Titus 2 11 For the grace of God has appeared to give salvation to all people.
Here comes the biblical great master truth, the middle way Paul teaches Titus.
Just think, God has not forgotten us. We are all included in God's salvation and it is not excluded. If one is white, yellow, red, black or mulatto, as God loves us just as much and salvation is just as rich and necessary for everyone.
12 And his grace teaches us to tell us ungodliness and worldly lusts and to live self-controlled, upright and godly lives in this present age,
What saves us? What keeps us as believers? How to get the Christian life to go on shining? If we follow the law, or strive to the utmost?
The answer is the same at all, it is grace that saves us, causes us to live as true believers, and one day it should take us home.
We are able only to live as God through Jesus Christ.
It causes us to live, self-controlled, upright and godly lives in this present age.
13 while we wait for our hope to have her blessed, and that our great God and Savior Jesus Christ will appear in glory.
Paul waited for Jesus and he expected to meet him and be his equal. The promise is imminent and we also await Jesus to take us home and save us from the Anti-Christian wrath.
After approx. 7 years of anti-Christian oppression, Jesus appears in glory with all the saints.
14 For Christ gave himself for us to redeem us from all iniquity and purify us so we can be his own people, zealous of good works.
We as believers are the first fruits of the creature. We are different and we are already living and be of the type of creature to come.
We are already eager to do good works, then good will triumph in the end. Darkness will give way to the light, love and hatred for Satan to God.
15 This you shall proclaim with authority, you should encourage and show the way. Do not let anyone look down on you!
By the way we live and by our faithful preaching will not look down on us but on us. We should not view the world's children to ensure first and foremost, but other believers who do not follow God's word in life and learn!

1. Kor. 9. 27 but I subdues my body and keep it in bondage, lest I preach to others, themselves should be a castaway.

Paul always put most emphasis on preaching to himself, before he preached to others. The largest and most important victory we win that believers are of our own flesh and tempramant. This is where the toughest and most important battle is. When it is won can and should we ask God to sanction our lives with both gifts and as a leader and lead us into the supernatural and we get to experience the anointing not only us but also on us. We will be anointed to serve and receive power for service. This gave Jesus also promises us on.

Acts 1. 8 But ye shall receive power when the Holy Spirit comes upon you, and ye shall be my witnesses both in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and unto the earth.

It is the sanctification and grace of preaching will go hand in hand. Having both of the spirit fruits and gifts in their lives. That one is forgiving, indulgent and do it all with his fellow man, that Jesus will confess us, and we by him.

Do you have a score to settle with anyone? If you have it, so it is not certain that your life can withstand the light and you will perish, it said Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount that we here refer to.

Matt. 5. 23 Therefore, when you carry your sacrifice to the altar and there rememberest that thy brother hath aught against thee, 24 leave your sacrifice be there before the altar and go first be reconciled yourself with your brother, and come and carry your victim up! 25 Make haste to be yielding to your opponent as long as you are with him on the road, lest the adversary deliver thee to the judge and the judge deliver thee, and thou be cast into prison.

Hurry up to make up, NOW! Otherwise it may be too late. Live a holy life and faith and pray to God for great things. It is when we live holy and experiencing the supernatural, that we are truly New Testament believers. Read the only book of Acts and see the rest out of the letters that this was about to do for the apostles and early Christians. It was that the supernatural had its place, when the faithful lived a holy life and followed Jesus and God's words in one and all!

I believe in miracles

I have experienced signs, wonders and miracles in my life, it is wonderful. But it can never replace the space of a straight life and have a pure heart. The most important thing is to live right and clean even with Jesus. Then looked at from that, we have also experienced the supernatural. These preachers and Christians would have only a blessing, but not Blesser!

Related links: http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2011/12/nr-154-hananiah-opposite-jeremiah.html

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