Eternal Approach


May 2019

The Words of Salvation

Mini Roses

I had a conversation many years ago with a brother in Christ about the word, “saved”. He was a very active member in a local Evangelical church.

During our conversation, he conveyed his dislike for the word, “saved”, in relation to people who were born again. He found it offensive and too fundamental.

This has stuck with me over the years. Because, it is a growing problem affecting Christians all across the denominational spectrum.

Which is forcing us to defend the language of the scriptures when discussing spiritual things.

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The Natural Man – Conclusion: The Clear Distinction

Snow Clarity

The main idea behind this Natural Man series is that Christians must convey the gospel message in clarity.

Because, from every quarter, the world seeks to obscure the truth of God’s word.

This is about clarity in our words. Clarity in our doctrine. Clarity in our associations. Clarity in our works.

We are not just working in a simple, neutral environment when we proclaim the message of Christ. We are not declaring the gospel within an easy, friendly world. We are in a savage battle against forces that war in both open and very subtle ways.

With Satan’s most popular strategy being, to seduce the world by mixing truth and error.
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The Natural Man – Part 2 : Approving Dead Works

Cemetery Old Mist

One of the main reasons for writing about the Natural Man is the increasing tendency among Bible believers to openly accept religious unbelievers as brothers in Christ.

The problem with this practice is the confusion it creates in the minds of both Christians and unbelievers about the gospel. By erasing the line of separation between truth and error.

Some have said that this is about “changing the rules” or muddying the living waters of the gospel.

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The Natural Man

Stone Face

“But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.” (I Corinthians 2:14)

The Bible makes a clear distinction between the “natural man” and the “spiritual man”. These are not terms used to distinguish between an outwardly good person and an outwardly bad person. This is about people from two different worlds.

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