Thursday, 17 February 2011

100% Proof the Holy Spirit is Not Guiding you in the Bible!

Christians Cannot Differentiate Between God and Satan - 2 Corinthians 4:4

This is bizarre to an extreme. Christians (collectively) cannot differentiate between God and Satan in their Bible (2 Corinthians 4:4) despite all claiming to be led by the Spirit. Some Christians think it is a reference to God whilst others think it is a reference to Satan. How worrying can it get?



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The most confusing verse in the Bible?

Interestingly enough, this problematic verse comes from the unsanctioned and unauthorised Paul of Tarsus:

3 And even if our gospel is veiled, it is veiled to those who are perishing.
4 The god of this age has blinded the minds of unbelievers, so that they cannot see the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ, who is the image of God. [2 Corinthians 4:4 NIV]

Some Christians say “the god of this age” is God, whilst others will claim it to be a reference to Satan. Don Hartley and James White believe it to be GOD. In fact Don Hartley has even written a book on this subject.

Surely, this is proof enough to the fact the Holy Spirit does not guide Christians in the Bible. The Christian is asked to rethink their views on the Holy Spirit.

I call Christians to follow the message of Jesus. The way to follow Jesus fully is by becoming a brother/sister of Jesus.

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7 comments:

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Anonymous said...

Anjem Choudary vs. David Wood: "Would Sharia Help the West?"
I had to come out of retirement for this one.

Tomorrow evening (Friday, February 18, 2011), I'll be debating Anjem Choudary at 8:00 P.M. (Eastern Standard Time) on ABN. The topic is: "Would Sharia Help the West?" Anjem believes that Western society, as it stands, is hopelessly flawed, and that the implementation of Islamic Law would greatly benefit the United States, Great Britain, and other Western

Anonymous said...

"Anjem Choudary vs. David Wood"

Battle between two knuckleheads.

Anonymous said...

Four men launched a horrific attack on a teacher in which they slashed his face and left him with a fractured skull because they did not approve of him teaching religion to Muslim girls.

Akmol Hussein, 26, Sheikh Rashid, 27, Azad Hussain, 25, and Simon Alam, 19, attacked Gary Smith with a Stanley knife, an iron rod and a block of cement.

Mr Smith, who is head of religious education at Central Foundation Girls' School in Bow, east London, also suffered a fractured skull.

The four now face a jail sentence.

Detectives made secret recordings of the gang's plot to attack Mr Smith prior to the brutal assault.

The covert audio probe captured the gang condemning Mr Smith for 'teaching other religions to our sisters', the court heard.

The RE teacher was targeted as he made his way on foot along Burdett Road in nearby Mile End on July 12 last year, Snaresbrook Crown Court was told.

Prosecutor Sarah Whitehouse told the court: 'The evidence from what was said on the probe points overwhelmingly to a religious motive for this attack.' (Read more)

Anonymous said...

MSNBC—A 20-year-old Saudi student has been charged with attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction and may have targeted former President George W. Bush, the Justice Department said Thursday.

FBI agents arrested Khalid Ali-M Aldawsari, who was admitted into the United States in 2008 on a student visa, in Texas on Wednesday. The Justice Department accuses him of purchasing chemicals and equipment to make an improvised explosive device.

Aldawsari, a chemical engineering student at South Plains College near Lubbock, allegedly referred to Bush's Dallas home as a "tyrant's house" and may have contemplated using dolls and baby carriages to blow up dams, nuclear plants or the Bush home in Dallas, the Justice Department said.

"It is war ... until the infidels leave defeated," the student wrote in online postings.

Aldawsari entered the U.S. in October 2008 from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, to study chemical engineering at Texas Tech University, then transferred earlier this year to nearby South Plains College.

The terrorism case against Aldawsari was significant because it demonstrated that radicalized foreigners can live quietly in the U.S. heartland without raising suspicions from neighbors, classmates, teachers or others. But it also showed how quickly U.S. law enforcement can move when tipped that a terrorist plot may be unfolding.

The White House said President Barack Obama was notified about the alleged plot before Aldawsari's arrest Wednesday. "This arrest once again underscores the necessity of remaining vigilant against terrorism here and abroad," White House spokesman Nick Shapiro said in a statement Thursday.

Aldawsari allegedly sent himself a series of emails identifying possible targets, including the homes of three U.S. military troops who had served at the notorious Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq and reservoir dams in Colorado and California.

An affidavit filed in support of the government's claims said Aldawsari appeared to be training himself how to create detonators and bombs using household items and commercially available scientific supplies.

Two searches of his apartment conducted by the FBI this month turned up "concentrated sulfuric and nitric acids; the beakers and flasks; wiring; Hazmat suit; and clocks," the DOJ statement said.

Agents also found a notebook believed to be Aldawsari's journal, in which he allegedly wrote that he'd been planning to commit an attack on U.S. soil for years and specifically sought out a certain scholarship because it would get him into the country and provide funds that would "help tremendously in providing me with the support I need for Jihad."

In the same entry describing his pursuit of the scholarship, which he did obtain, he allegedly wrote, "And now, after mastering the English language, learning how to build explosives and continuous planning to target the infidel Americans, it is time for Jihad."

The affidavit claims Aldawsari also created a blog where he posted radical messages. One post allegedly written by the Saudi said, "You who created mankind ... grant me martyrdom for Your sake and make jihad easy for me only in Your path."

Anonymous said...

Yorkshire Christian Football League
Welcome to the YCFL Website

We are an FA-affiliated church-based football league based in Yorkshire, England. Our aims are :

1.to encourage Christians within the teams to share their faith in Christ;
2.to communicate the Gospel through evangelistic events
3.to enable churches to use football as part of their evangelism
4.to provide an appropriate structure to enable teams to participate in and enjoy competitive football

Sethran said...

god of this age is obviously everything else other than the true God. It is referring to worldly things which of course is mostly influenced by Satan. Sex, Hatred, Pornography etc. etc. makes the bible unclear to the unbelievers . Is it that difficult to understand or is it merely because you are a unbeliever your self?