Puritan Belief

The Puritans are the men of God who started in the 16th century building on the purity of the gospel message that Salvation is by Grace alone.

The spirit of Trinitarianism.

1 John 4:2+3
"Hereby know ye the Spirit of God;
Every spirit that confesseth that Jesus Christ has come in the flesh is of God;
And every spirit that confesseth NOT that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is NOT of God and this is the spirit of the Antichrist, whereof ye have heard that he should come; and even now already is in the world."

How does one rightly understand that passage of the Scripture?

If you interpret that passage just as it says or reads, then all Muslims, Jehovah Witnesses, Mormons, Catholics, Trinitarians and all cults would speak by the Spirit of God.
They all without exception say that Jesus Christ came in the flesh.
Everyone knows and even the date on the calendar testifies that Jesus Christ was born about two thousand years ago and so came in the flesh.

However that is NOT what it means!

1 John 4:2+3 Speaks of the Antichrist spirit who indwells everyone regardless of their denominational affiliation who does NOT confess, preach or teach that the Lord Jesus Christ is the ONLY --- ONE --- TRUE --- GOD became flesh. Or the only one God who is the Holy Spirit came in the flesh, Jesus Christ of Nazareth.

The Antichrist spirit says; that the Lord God Himself did NOT come in the flesh, but that He sent ANOTHER --- PERSON His Son to come in the flesh.
This amounts to Catholicism, Trinitarianism and cultism.
Anyone who says, preaches or teaches that Jesus Christ is not the Lord God alone is speaking by the spirit of the Antichrist.

As I have said previously that the spirit of the Antichrist always diminishes the Lord Jesus of His supremacies and divides the Lord God the Almighty into two or three persons.

To discern the Spirit of God and the spirit of the Antichrist is not difficult.
Just listen to what they say and what they write in their blogs and books.
If they divide God, demote Jesus or even point to someone else than Jesus Christ, they speak by the spirit of the Antichrist.
Anyone who exalts the Lord Jesus to the highest place in all things and ascribes to Him greatness, majesty, honor, glory and power speaks by the Holy Spirit which is from God.

Anyone who has NOT received the Holy Spirit does NOT belong to Jesus (Rom. 8:9) and still remains in the Kingdom of darkness (2Tim. 2:26) and in desperate need for salvation.
(Acts 2:21) Whosoever shall call upon the NAME of the Lord (JESUS) will be saved.
Whosoever rejects the Lord Jesus will be rejected by Him and God's wrath remains on him. (John 3:36)
But as many as received Him (Jesus), to them He gave the power to become the children of God who are born not of the will of the flesh but of the will of God. (John 1:12+13)

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The spirit of Trinitarianism.
Posted by Paul G Friday, October 31, 2008


Blogger Fox said...

I am not the Antichrist.


November 01, 2008 4:28 AM   Edit
Blogger dorsey said...

You proof-texted and added to the scripture to come up with that interpretation. So much for your error-free understanding of Almighty God. Better luck next time.

November 09, 2008 12:33 AM   Edit
Blogger Paul G said...

Well Dorsey, I thought that it might trouble you, because I claim that I really know the Lord God the Almighty and not just having a wild guess.

Don't you think that everyone who claims to be a Christian should know the Almighty just like I do or even better.

I find it alarming if so called Christians who claim to be born again by the Spirit of God, don't even know the Name of God and claiming to be children of God and don't even know their Father who is in heaven.

I wonder whether they read their Bibles and believe what it says.
In my Bible Jesus said, "If you do not believe that I am He, you will die in your sins".
That plainly says that Jesus is that 'HE', which is the Almighty God!
If they don't believe what Jesus says, they surely would not believe what I am saying.

November 11, 2008 9:42 PM   Edit

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