Why Does Lucifer Hate the Rapture.

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  1. Reasonable service… .. That realy gives me a smile ,reasonable service… I will have to realy think on those profound words…

    • bornagainbytheblood says:

      Romans 12
      [1] I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service.

  2. Read Matt. 27:50,51a. Immediately after Jesus died, the curtain of the temple was “torn in two from top to bottom.”

    The temple curtain was no ordinary curtain (60 feet long, 30 feet high, and about 4 inches thick; composed of 72 squares sewn together; so heavy that it required 300 men to lift it). For it to be torn suddenly from top to bottom (rather than gradually fraying from bottom to top) would indeed be a noteworthy event
    The law and works had no place anymore just the blood of Christ .

    • bornagainbytheblood says:

      God was referring to the works of the Law. Does that abolish God’s requirement for holiness? God forbid. It’s through Jesus’ grace that one is able to walk the holy paths of the Lord.

      1 John 2
      [6] He that saith he abideth in him ought himself also so to walk, even as he walked.

  3. Once saved always saved is heresy… realy…what you preach is the law and Bondage…

  4. Seven Reasons You Can’t Lose Your Salvation
    01/11/2011 by PN 1 Comment

    When we receive Christ and are saved, we are God’s sons & daughters. He has imputed His righteousness onto our account (irreversible) and made us part of His family forever. *See Romans 4:5-9, 16. Ephesians 1:4-5 says that is His desire [will] and choice that has brought us to Him – that’s impossible to fight against. John 1:12 says that we believe and become His children.

    Marriage covenants are strong, but they are secondary to that of Christ’s covenant with His people (Ephesians 5:25-26). God hates divorce because if gives a false picture of His faithfulness (book of Hosea). When we are saved, God covenants with us – never to leave or forsake us (Heb. 13:5, 20). All believers should expect to share in the marriage supper mentioned in Revelation 19 as His Bride.

    God’s love is greater and stronger than whatever man can do. I didn’t do anything to earn or deserve God’s love, so it is also true that I cannot do anything to make Him stop loving me. He loved me when I was still a sinner (Romans 5:1-11). God can’t love me any more or any less – just look at the cross for the most compelling example of this kind of love. While this doesn’t mean that God saves everyone or that He overlooks sin, it does mean that, because He hath set his love upon me, I can be assured of eternity through grace and faith. *See John 5:24, 6:37-40; Titus 3:4-5.

    4. GRACE
    God’s grace is connected with His power … and He is far too strong to ever let me go (1 Peter 1:5)! His gracious commitment to me when I commit my soul to Him precludes my past sins and all my future sins (Phil. 1:6). God agreed to save me when I was 12 yrs old – even though I hadn’t even committed the bulk of my sins yet. He knew what I was going to do, and still He graciously saved me from my sins. Just as my acts of goodness cannot count toward my salvation, neither can my acts of sin and selfishness count against it. I was saved by grace, and grace is always victorious over sin (Ephesians 2:8-10)!

    As a child of God, I understand God’s discipline (Hebrews 12:5-11). He does not treat me like a convict feeling the need to constant punish (Romans 8:1). He understands that I am flesh and will require training… and I’m thankful. Some would say that sins destroy my relationship with God, but John writes in his First Epistle that my relationship with Christ is secure (sin only jeopardizes my fellowship with Him).

    6. PETER
    The chosen Apostle’s example is one of great encouragement to the worst of sinners. Peter committed the worst of sins — the ‘unpardonable sin’ of denying Christ (blasphemy). Not only once, He denied three times (Mark 14:66-72). Three wasted opportunities. The third time he even swore with an oath. Did not Christ tell Peter that any man denying Him would be denied before the Father (Matt. 10:33)? Yet Jesus didn’t just throw away this soul to Satan! He didn’t give up on Him, quite the opposite… He gave Peter three ‘second chances’ to voice His love for His Savior (John 21).

    Is God indecisive? Is the Bible divided? No! Yet some would question hundreds of clear Bible teachings (teaching eternal security) because they do not understand a dozen vague passages (seemingly implying insecurity of salvation). The whole of Scripture has a singular teaching about salvation… either the Bible teaches you CAN or you CAN’T lose your salvation – not both. Over 10:1, the Scriptures teach that eternal life is a present possession (1 John 5:12) given to those who receive Christ by faith (John 6:37, 10:28-29), guaranteed for our assurance and faith (1 John 5:13-14) to the intent we believe even more

    • bornagainbytheblood says:

      Once saved always saved is heresy; the only way one can be saved and stay saved is through obedience to the end; you may call obedience “works”, but God calls it our reasonable service.

  5. faith without works is dead yes its in the bible but what does it realy mean ? Well, the problem is really that your using salvation, faith and works as being one and the same. Salvation is BY faith (in Christ), faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things unseen, and works are the result of faith in action and love toward God. If you neglect to do the works, your faith is empty, and nothing more than a fanciful notion. If you have works and no faith, you seek to be justified by the law, which is impossible. So works are required as proof of LIVING faith and a result of it, but salvation of it’s own is through faith in Christ.

  6. No….. this is wrong thinking , you are saying Jesus is going to pick and choose Who He raptures , and tell me how he is going to do this? ………. by works…….. Works is dead in eyes of God because he looks through the blood at the sinner! And Lacks the oil of the holy Ghost…We all lack the oil of the holy ghost thats why christ died for all us sinners . Cults … like the Mormons and Jws…. talk this way… All that Believe God came in the flesh and died for their sins and was resurrected are saved and sealed!

    • bornagainbytheblood says:

      Our “works” are dead in His eyes, but not His “works” wrought through us.

      Ephesians 2
      [10] For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus unto good works, which God hath before ordained that we should walk in them.

      We are saved by the blood of Jesus alone; and, when we receive this free gift of grace, it leads us into holiness and righteousness — which is our reasonable service.

  7. Cast me not away from thy presence; and take not thy holy spirit from me.
    Psalms 51:11 David … in the old Testament they where not sealed , just like in the Trib that will be.

  8. This is a very interesting thing about the Holy Ghost and sealing , before Chist death and this church there was no sealing and after his church there will be no sealing.

  9. All that come to Christ are saved… As the thief on the cross cryed out to Christ… and the blood saved him… Who is the foolish … If as a child you come to Christ … you can not loose your salvation…This is the time of the dispensation of Grace. Who are the foolish Virgins, there are million… and millions as we thread… they hear the word of God but reject. once the the holy ghost is taken out to indwell in you the end of the dispensation of grace is gone with the bride….. but not really gone…. in the Tribulation The Holy Ghost will be working but he will not seal…. a human anymore.

    • bornagainbytheblood says:

      Bikelite wrote: “Who are the foolish Virgins, there are million… and millions as we thread… they hear the word of God but reject.”

      The foolish virgins are born again children of God, but they lack the oil of the Holy Ghost. Jesus would never refer to an unsaved sinner as a virgin.

      Regarding never losing one’s salvation, that is not true; one can walk away from the faith at anytime.

  10. bornagainbytheblood says:

    He hates it because it is of God. satan hates everything of God.

    Now, regarding the rapture, only Jesus’ Bride will be translated; those who make up Jesus’ Bride will escape death, and these are the wise virgins of Matthew 25; the foolish virgins will be spewed out of Jesus’ mouth to endure the tribulation period, which will be many. Will they be able to endure it all? If they neglected the deep things of God now, will they have the kind of faith needed to finish the race during such a horrible time as the tribulation period? Will they turn from God because they failed to prepare themselves?

    The children of God must receive the Holy Ghost to have the power dwelling within themselves to be translated at the rapture; it’s going to take Holy Ghost power to perform such a miracle.

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