Great Sermon! Good teaching and preaching, brother. Thank you.
Thought for the day Strange how Dispensationalists think that they shall stand with the Jews when the Millennial reign shall be introduced. So what religion is going to stand in this day? Judaism, as it does in the minds of thsi school, so demeaning the work of Jesus Christ, upholding Moses, Moses the better man, law better than grace; though they will deny this by lip service.
By the way has someone informed the Jews that Christianity, so called, has restricted their reign to a thousand years, and that they shall have to rule alongside Christians? The last thing Jewry spoke of was that their reign was to last an eternity. Some one had best tell them that Dispensationalim has cut short their reign, though it will allow for a replay, that the Jews shall return to a newly fashioned world, along with JW's, those excess of the 144.000 that are in heaven.
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Alan Foster (5/30/2009)
Great Sermon! Very interesting sermon. It is such a shame, to put it midly, that so many that profess Christ deny Him in their doctrine.
Darby, who introduced the perenthesis, also attempted to divide the earthly Jews from the spiritual Jews by adopting the teaching of the Rapture, recently been brought in by the Irvingites who received the teaching from the Jesuits, Ribera and Lacunza.
J.N.Darby hated God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Ghost, as maybe seen in his 'Literal Bible,' in which he denies that Christ is the Creator, God is all wise and omnipotent, that the blood of Christ cleasnse anybody from sin, that the Holy Ghost is but an influence.
Darby was but a cleric, nothing more. One of the many unconverted clerics that continue to be seen today. If it was not for his controversial manner and dispensationalism the man would have died in obscurity; as it is he died in his sins as the blood of Christ, he claimed, does not wash away sin.