Started by DiscipleHeLovesToo, September 08, 2012, 08:13:38 am
Quote from: DiscipleHeLovesToo on September 29, 2012, 09:51:02 amwell said Brother! too often we slip into trying to 'do the <written> word' without checking for the interpretation and leading of the Holy Spirit. it's following the leading that makes 'doing the word' effective and you bring up yet another law of faith - faith must be unfeigned; 'feigned' faith is false faith. a good example is what Keith Moore calls the three types of confessions: the confession of convenience - saying something that sounds like faith simply because everyone else is saying it, without really basing the confession in belief in God's Holy Spirit-revealed word; this is feigned faith the confession of convincing - seeing the truth in God's word intellectually without believing it in the heart (yet) - this is actually faith in action (if the motive is not fear) - hearing one's own confession of intellectual belief in God's word can fight one's own unbelief and release 'heart faith' which is true faith. but if the motive is fear of bad things happening if we fail to confess faith (actions instead of intent; fear as the foundation rather than love) - then this is also feigned faith the confession of conviction - boldly speaking God's word as truth in spite of all reports otherwise based on Holy Spirit revelation of God's word and by His leading - this is true faith GLY!!!
Quote from: Optimax on September 30, 2012, 08:44:37 amAmen!That bears repeating, as it is so important to understand!I listen to Keith also!!!!Anyone that wants can download a goldmine of the Word from his website.http://www.moorelife.org/freedownloads.php
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