Resurrection and Judgment, Part 1

October 3, 2010

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In this program, Chris poses several questions to Gary regarding the recently released writing, Resurrection and Judgment. Here are just some of the matters addressed: the difference between being born again and born from above; Yahshua’s ascension into heaven in His earthly body, preparing the way for us; the error and injustice of eternal hell-fire punishment; whether Enoch and Elijah actually ascended into heaven; the prophetic nature of the Old Testament and the trustworthiness of the writings of Paul; the blindness of the Body of Christ; the book of life; the significance of faith during the last six thousand years; the necessity that we judge ourselves; and the power of intercession.

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What does it mean to be “born again,” or regenerated, as stated in 1 Peter 1:3 and 23? And how does that differ from what Yahshua said: that we must be “born from above” (John 3:3 and 7)? And, how does this relate to that which Yahweh warned Adam, that if he ate from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, “to die you will die”? And are we saved by works or by faith, and how does this relate to the trinity of faith? Also, what is “saved,” saved from what? What does the Bible say about judgment; does the blood of Yahshua exempt one from all judgment, does it cover every sin, even intentional? These are the matters addressed in this very insightful program.

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Can you provide the definition of faith?  This is the question posed, answered, and addressed by Gary, along with the aid of his guest co-host, Chris Meier.  Just like man, just like God, faith is a trinity.  And as James states, even as the absence of the spirit of a man renders his body dead, so faith is dead, even worthless, if it lacks any of the three parts of its trinity.  And, the very passage that most use to define faith is not a definition for it at all; but rather, it describes the function or even the mechanics of faith.  What or who is the source of faith, what is its purpose, and how can faith be increased?  These questions and more are addressed here.

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