Good lessons from Jeremy Hoff on Youtube!
Very good that Hoff goes out on Youtube and conveys the message that God has given him.
We Smyrna Oslo has also done the same, see here:
This writes Jeremy Hoff:
Finn Jarle Sæle have referred to me as a potential professor of theology, and he said that analogy min with iceberg is a very good picture of the classic gospel. But let us first and foremost heed what God's word has to say: "For if we sin willfully after we have learned the truth, then it is no longer back any sacrifice for sins, But a certain fearful expectation of judgment and a fiery indignation, which shall devour the adversaries. "
(Hebrews 10: 26-27 NB88 / 07)
My point is that we can not live in sin and believe that these sins covered by the blood of Jesus. What is so hard to understand about that?
There is obviously a more nuanced reality of the Bible than what most people in Norway is prepared to put up with. Sad, I mean.
Here is from the video on Youtube:
This is nothing special education, it was so Pentecostals preached before. When they had revival - life - progress and the Lord was with them and confirmed his word by the accompanying signs, wonders and miracles!
There he teaches that we must live in an increasingly sanctification process is nothing new in the word of God. Whether we live in renovation and going ahead with the Lord, or we live in the flesh. And that's decline, which will eventually lead to apostasy. The piece mentions Hoff, but since several freezes in this. Then comes plenty brother with a report on this. Everyone knows that we are not apostate if we sin. But we remain in sin - that we are fallen!
So, and it could lead us to an apostasy!
From my commentaries Hebrerbrevet 12 14 careful to live in peace with everyone and striving for holiness, for without holiness no one will see the Lord.
That these things had created large and internal strife in the church in Jerusalem is quite understandable. When u determinations reaches the surface also comes strife with that rule. But so shall it not be,
Therefore it is necessary that the sanctification process accelerates and increases throughout his life!