Narrated-Produced By Gary L. Wilprecht
- Oct. 20, 2019
-- Holy Bible Teaching and especially deeper studies in theology, are more vast than most people are aware of. People who minister from the Holy Scriptures can be very sincere even when teaching something that is not correct. This is what is known as being in error, rather than "false teaching" which always has an evil motive behind it, such as making wealth from the giving of God's people, the motive for confusing them and claiming to be a teacher, preacher or evangelist they are not. This also includes Prophets. Some people really are Prophets while some are false, claiming to be Healers (this supernatural gift does operate today as God wills but some men use false chicanery for personal gain) and the list goes on. So, in some cases, the Holy Scriptures are used for gain by "wolves in sheep's clothing" (Jesus - Matthew 7:15). Christians should be respectful and attentive to Word of God Ministers but they also should not place too much confidence in any man. The Bible says "Beloved, do not believe every spirit but test the spirits whether they be from God, for many false prophets have out into the world." - 1John 4:1. The main thing is that ministers, including teachers like myself, should give congregates who come to listen to them, spiritual food-for-thought, that is backed solidly by the Holy Scriptures and that especially does not detract or change the major principles of The Gospel of Jesus Christ. By not double-checking things we are taught or given preached messages on, we can be led astray, whether the minister meant for such a thing to happen or not! So, meditate on God's Word and on the messages by ministers that are derived from them and ask the Holy Spirit to "guide you into all truth" (John 16:13). I ask this for you and for myself, in Jesus Christ's name, Amen!
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