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Most Christians are startled when they learn that the sins of the spirit are a far greater hindrance to spiritual revival than the sins of the flesh. This contrast can be seen in the attitude of our Lord, who was doubly lenient with the woman taken in adultery, and triply severe with the pride of the Pharisee. This does not mean that adultery is less culpable than pride, but rather that one who gives way to pride is harder to help than one who gives way to adultery.
Breaking Out of the Matrix: The Role of an Agent Provocateur PLUS Christ & Civil Govt. w/ Chuck Baldwin - The X Man and Mr. Baldwin dig into the obscure topic of the role of an agent provocateur. DEFINITION: An agent provocateur (French for "inciting agent") is an undercover agent who acts to entice another person to commit an illegal or rash act or falsely implicate them in partaking in an illegal act. An agent provocateur may be acting out of own sense of nationalism/duty or may be employed by the police or other entity to discredit or harm another group (e.g., peaceful protest or demonstration) by provoking them to commit a crime - thus, undermining the protest or demonstration as whole. Some powerful insights regarding the Pharisees of Christ's time, their ties to and influence in the Roman Civil Government as direct ambassadors of Rome and as agents over the people, as well as evidence that Christ truly did challenge civil authority...
"Walk a mile in my shoes before you judge me" is a saying that has become a proverb. These days it has "morphed" into, "You don't know (anything about) me", as people look to avoid anyone having making an unflattering commentary on their lives.
However, there is a silliness and shallowness to this. Jesus, though acquainted with suffering, never walked a mile in anyone else's shoes, yet it would be strange to hear someone say that the Lord does not know them...but of course, He is the Lord.
Yet Paul was an under 5-foot, hook-nosed, Pharisee of the Jews who had lived by the strictest of codes. Nevertheless, he was able to persuade many people, with whom he had nothing in common, to turn to God, by telling them about their lives through the preaching of the gospel.
This week’s show is dealing with combating the mindset of the Pharisees that can lie with in all of us. We call that a Pharisee spirit. Join us to find out how to combat this spirit. This spirit has the Body of Christ in need of a major reset. The Pharisee spirit is more harmful than helpful.
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We see Satan's plan to subvert the mission of the Church in the wilderness in his face-off with the Lord Jesus. Unfortunately, many believers today have taken the bait that Jesus refused. It's the reason behind the lack of prophetic word available today. Moses' message to Pharaoh was that bondage stops service to God (Exodus 8:1). The Church is not the world. We should not be looking for a Saul as our King, but to the Lord of Glory! The Pharisee spirit resident in the Body of Christ today must be confronted. Today 4 pm @ http://blogtalkradio.com/wordwisdom, or by phone at 661.542.6062. CU then.
Hebrews Chapter 1 King James Version
Many of the Jews had left Judiaism,and became Christains, but now many were going back to the old ways of the law, fearing the Pharisee's. But the writer explains that The way of grace and Jesus Christ is greater that the priest hood than Moses& Aaron. He is greater than the law, the gift of salvation is a better promise than anything the law or world has to offer.
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ACTS 28: 1-31 PAUL LANDS AT THE ISLAND OF MELITA
THE EPISTLE OF PAUL TO THE ROMANS. Romans 1 : 1-13
SUMMARY OF ROMANS:
date & Place : The 6th of Paul's Letters, written from Corinth, about 58-60 AD. and sent to Rome by Phebe ( 9 Romans 16:1 ).
Author, Paul, the Apostle to nthe gentiles, Called Saul ( Acts 8:1, 9:1, 13:9 ) A Benjamite born in Tarsus, Asia Minor (Romans 11:1, Phil. 3:5, Acts 9: 11, A pharisee educated at Jerusalem ( Acts 22:3, 23:6, Acts 26: 4-5.) A Roman Citizen ( Acts 16:37; 22:25-28 )
Persecutor Of the Christians ( Acts 7:58; 8:1, 9:1; 22:4; gal. 1:13 ) Converted to Christ Acts 9: 1-17), becoming a preacher and writer of the Gospel and giving us a clearer consept of Christianity. ( Acts 9:19, 29; Gal. 1: 11-2:1; 2 Peter 3:15 paul wrote 14 Epistles, from Romans to Hebrews.
Theme: romans is first in order of the Epistles, doctrinally and in Canonical Order, and rightly so, for it contains the A B C's of Christian Education. until it's lessons are learned we are ignorant of true Christian Principles. It is the nvery foundation of Church teaching, and if we are wrong in understanding here we shall be wrong elsewhere. The great theme is the revelation of God's wrath against sin and the righteousness through faith as the grounds of justification. Romans makes the whole world guilty before God and in need of Salvation through Jesus Christ. The prominent feature is the long doctrinal section (1:16-8:39 )
John 3 King James Version
Nicodemus, a ruler of the Pharisee, came to Jesus by night to ask the question that has been asked down through the ages, What Must I Do To Be Saved? The answer Jesus Gave is so simple, even a child can understand the concept .
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Listen to The Pharisee Sunday Service and be blessed. Pastor Chan Smith with preach about how we should avoid being a pharisee and just walk in love. It's a powerful now word from the Lord.
After Pastor Chan Smith preaches on Revival Radio Service - Church on the Net, Billy Jones will share a message about Are You Sleeping with Religion? It will be a powerful service.
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