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The Language of Scripture: Father Son Spirit Spoke but Whom said What


The Language of Scripture: Father Son Spirit Spoke but Whom said What by Independently published at Translate This Website. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. When Yeshua spoke, although it was His tongue being used, sometimes it was the Father speaking using Yeshua's tongue, and sometimes it was the Holy


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When Yeshua spoke, although it was His tongue being used, sometimes it was the Father speaking using Yeshua's tongue, and sometimes it was the Holy Spirit speaking using Yeshua's tongue. If Scripture is ever to be understood properly, one must understand which of the three persons of the Godhead is speaking at what time. Without this understanding, people will constantly misuse Scripture since they cannot understand what is being said since they don't know who is actually speaking at any particular time, and therefore do not understand to whom the words are being addressed. Consequently, they think every Scripture was meant to be accepted as being spoken to them, and try applying Scriptures not intended for them at all. This becomes a stumbling block in their Christian growth. Once a proper understanding has been achieved a person can excel at interpreting the Word of God with accuracy. This is what God desires for His children. He desires their growth into mature followers of Christ. However, when one misquotes Scripture, the enemy gains footholds against them because he is able to quote Scripture properly and accuse God's children of misappropriating His Word. Even though it is through ignorance, many times, God must concede to what Satan is saying, and allows him into a believers life. The goal of this book is to educate Christians into adult thinking where Scripture is concerned.

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