Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Clarification

I would like to clarify the overall message I made in my last post
"Today is Good Friday!" I do my very best to post truth, clear and
consise without confusion. This is part of the reason why it there are
lengthy periods between postings. However, my message may still come
across in a way that I do not intend.

It came to my attention that it may appear that I was promoting an
observance of Passover over Easter. Let me be clear as it has been
declared in Scripture, no flesh can be justified by the works of the
law. Galatians 4:16

It is NOT my intention at all for any reader to believe that I promote
observances of days for one's justification in the sight of God. My
worship of my Father is in spirit as well in truth.

With that said let me say this...in all truth Passover IS the ordained
TESTIMONY (past and present) of the fulfillment of the promised Messiah
and His deliverance our souls. It does this in three ways (That I'm
aware of...I'm pretty sure there are more :))

1. It testifies and carries the Gospel and the Salvation obtained
through His (bloodshed) death and Ressurection.

2. It is the manifestation of the prophecy given to the prohets of old,
that was confirmed in His death and Resurrection.

3. It is the modern Believer's standing testimony (by Scripture) to
prove Christ as the Messiah, the promised Seed of Abraham.

Easter, be it idolistic in its practice or not, cannot do what has been
(and still is) testified by Passover, that WAS ordained by God. For this
simple reason...it (Easter and it's traditions) is not THE truthful
testimony of Christ's Passion. What today's Christians end up with (in
Easter) is an excitement they "feel" that compels them to run around
supermarkets (see my post "Today is Good Friday!" for further
clarification) testifying about a Christ that they themselves do not
understand...nor do they have proof that backs up their testimony. To
this day, NO ONE has come up with a TRUTHFUL relationship between the
Holy Son of God... and easter eggs.

With my sentiments expressed let me complete this "post" with a copy of
the comment I left under "Today is Good Friday!":

Please allow me to clarify, for the sake of clarification, that I am not
promoting one day over another for observances and worship. For the
Scriptures are clear, we are not justified by the deeds/works
(observances) of the law. The just shall live by faith.

Galatians 2:16

"Knowing that a man is not justified by the works of the law, but by the
faith of Jesus Christ, even we have believed in Jesus Christ, that we
might be justified by the faith of Christ, and not by the works of the
law: for by the works of the law SHALL NO FLESH BE JUSTIFIED."

Apostasy is prevalant and deeply imbedded into the Christian culture,
that not only are they legalistic in their worship, but they have
incorporated idolistic practices into Christianity and declared them
"holy".

I only hope to cause the questioning Believer to further delve into
their seeking of the Lord God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and question
the "doctrines" man has presented as truthful, as we are accountable to
try the spirits of this world. 1 John 4

For it has also been declared by Jesus Christ of Nazareth that the
Father is a spirit and true Belivers MUST worship Him in spirit and in
TRUTH! John 4: 23-24

May His truth endure forever!

Author's Note:
I'm posting from my Sidekick, so I apologize for the absence of links
here...as well as any misspellings in this post.
May your name be written in the Lamb's Book, if you're not sure...you
better double check what you know with His Word! He'll be soon
coming...
Sent from my T-Mobile Sidekick®

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