Picture of replacement theologian Finn Arne Lauvås that have become like King Saul, apostate and without God's Spirit and anointing
Is it true what we believe in?
There are times where we have the Asaf in one or more ways. So I also thought, it is so careful to follow the word of God? Those who do not follow the word of God has many times "greater" progress than those who stick to the word of God. But is this true? My subjective and objective perception of things can be very inconsistent. But I think, you know, and sure, it always pays to trust God's word about my feelings, thoughts, and compromise the word of God.
What is replacement theology?
There is a way to read the Bible in voids / make invalid or spiritual make promises and prophecies of the Bible given to the Jews and the Land of Israel.
This particularly applies to the denial of the validity today of God's promises to Israel, the Jews, and the promises that God gave them in terms of the Land of Israel, Erez Israel. This includes prophecies about the scattering of Jews all over the world and the Jewish collection and return to the land of Israel, and the Jewish Biblical right to the land of Israel and Israel's salvation at Christ's return.
Replacement Theology denies that God's land promises to the Jews comes today / in our time (and New Testament times to the present / future).
Replacement Theology deny that Biblical prophecies fulfilled today - in our time - the Jews and their return to the country: Jeremiah 31.10
Replacement Theology deny the Biblical description and prophecy of God's enemies, evil and association against the Jews land (= O mountains of Israel, Samaria and Judea ie = "West Bank") and the Jewish settlement of our time in Samaria and Judea: Ezekiel 36 and Psalm 83
Replacement Theology denying prophecies about Jerusalem to get the world's attention and become a core issue of our time: Zechariah 12,2 ff Replacement Theology deny and distort prophecies - and expectations of the Kingdom of Israel (Acts 1.6) and the restoration of David's fallen tent Acts 15.14 to 18).
What was King Saul's court? He had not the ability to wait on God and trust in God's word. What was the result of this? Tragically, we read in the books of Samuel about this.
1 Kgs. Sam. 16 14 But the Spirit of the Lord departed from Saul, and an evil spirit from the Lord troubled him. 15 Then Saul's servants said unto him, We see that an evil spirit from God terrify you. 16 lord now command thy servants, which are before thee, to seek out a man who is a skillful player on the harp. When the evil spirit from God is upon thee, that he shall play with his hand, then it will be better with you. 17 Then Saul said to his servants: Yes, find me a man who plays well and bring him hither to me! 18 One of the servants answered and said, I have seen a son of Jesse the Beth who is skillful in playing, a valiant man and a soldier, good to speak for themselves, and a beautiful man, and the Lord is with him. 19 Then Saul sent messengers to Jesse, saying, Send me hither your son David, who is with the sheep! 20 And Jesse took an ass laden with bread, and a bottle of wine and a young goat and sent them with his son David to Saul. 21 So David came to Saul, and he was in his favor; and Saul was dear unto him, and he became his armor bearer. 22 And Saul sent to Jesse, saying, Let David remain in my service! For he hath found favor in my sight. 23, when the evil spirit from God was upon Saul, that David took an harp on it, and Saul got relief, and it was better with him, and the evil spirit departed from him.
Disobedience has its follow!
For King Saul was God's spirit is replaced by demonic activity, so it is becoming too Evangelist and Bible teacher Finn Arne Lauvås.
Finn Arne Lauvås baptized me, but after what he wrote online he drowned me when he baptized me. Just say something like, testifies to strong demonic activity.
Lauvås now speak very poor. Hear recordings from him on dates on Maranta here in the summer. He opened the speech fine, but then it was just worse and worse. Gradually, as he reminded me of a drunk, why? He is disobedience against the Lord and has rejected Israel in prophecy and acting as a sacrilegious person.
What is the remedy?
The remedy is, as always, repentance, remorse, repentance and "improvement"! this could be misconstrued as anything else. But is entered on a siding, or as here, delusion. So you need repentance and remorse for.
Repentance means we are grieved over sin and turn away from it. We shall not renounce sin unless we see its sinfulness. And before we turn away from it with all our heart, there will be no real change in our lives. You must sorrow at having rejected Israel as God's peculiar people come in!
Many people do not understand what true repentance is. Multitudes sorrow that they have sinned and can even make an outward reformation because they fear that their evil deeds will cause them suffering. But this is not repentance in the biblical sense. They lament the suffering rather than the sin. Such was the grief of Esau when he saw that he had forever lost his birthright. Balaam, terrified by the angel standing in his pathway with drawn sword, acknowledged his sin not to be killed. But there was no true contrition, no conversion of purpose, no abhorrence of evil. When Judas had betrayed his master, he exclaimed, "I have sinned in that I betrayed innocent and sent him to death" (Mt 27,4). What did he made this confession forced from his guilty soul by an awful sense of condemnation and a terrible fear of judgment. The consequences that his actions would result filled him with horror. But in his mind there was no deep, heartbreaking grief because he had betrayed the spotless Son and denied the Holy One of Israel. Pharaoh acknowledged his sin in order to avoid more accidents when suffering under the judgments of God. But he continued his defiance of Heaven as soon as the symptoms stopped. All these made the consequences of sin. Sin, however, induced no sorrow with them.
When the heart yields to the influence of the Spirit of God, the conscience will be quickened, and the sinner will discern something of the depth and sacredness of God's law, which forms the foundation of His government in heaven and on earth. "The true light that gives light to every man" (Jn 1,9) shines into the soul, and what is hidden in darkness is revealed. Mind and heart are convinced. The sinner comes to understand the Lord's righteousness, and as he acknowledges his own guilt and uncleanness, he is filled with fear of appearing to him who knows the hearts. He sees the love of God, the beauty of holiness and joy of living clean. He longs to be cleaned, restored to communion with Heaven.
The prayer of David after his fall, illustrates the nature of true sorrow for sin. His repentance was sincere and deep. He made no attempt to hide his sin. His prayer was not influenced by any desire to escape the judgment threatened him. He saw the enormity of his transgression. He saw how unclean his mind was and felt disgust for sin. He not only prayed for forgiveness, but of a pure heart. He longed for the joy of holiness to be restored to harmony and communion with God. His innermost desire we find expressed in these words:
"Blessed is the one whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is covered. Blessed is the man unto whom the Lord imputes no guilt, and that is without deceit in his spirit. "
"Be gracious to me, O God, in thy truth, blot out my transgressions: according to your great mercy! ... For I know my transgressions, and my sin is ever before me. ... Purge me with hyssop, wash me and I shall be whiter than snow. Cabinets ... in me a clean heart, O God, give me a new and right desires Cast me not away from thy presence, do not take from me your Holy Spirit! Let me again the joy of your salvation, and make me willing to obey! ... Deliver me, O God, from blood guilt - the God is my savior! So I will sing aloud of your righteousness "(Ps 32,1.2; 51.3 to 16).
Related Links: http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2013/12/nr-628-israel-is-gods-people-in-past.html