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Contents include: "prayer"
On or After: Monday, September 25, 2006
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1 tongues? Answer Bible general Archive 3 mark d seyler Mon 09/25/06, 9:40am 177491
  Hi Teresa,

There is nothing in the Bible that I am aware of that speaks of a pagan version of the Gift of Tongues.

There is a passage that occurs to me in this context, however:

1 Corinthians 12:1-3 But concerning the spiritual matters, brothers, I do not wish you to be ignorant. (2) You know that being led away, you nations were led to voiceless idols. (3) Because of this I make known to you that no one speaking by the Spirit of God says, Jesus is a curse. And no one is able to say Jesus is Lord, except by the Holy Spirit.

This tells us a few things. One is that they're idols do not have a voice, and cannot speak. Another is that the one who speaks by the Holy Spirit does not call Jesus accursed. Also that the one who does call Jesus accursed is not speaking by the Holy Spirit.

Now, can the Gift of Tongues actually be practiced by pagans? I don't think so. There could be a counterfeit practice of babbling, but not the actual speaking in tongues.

1Co 14:2 For the one speaking in a tongue does not speak to men, but to God, for no one hears, but in spirit he speaks mysteries.

The one who speaks in tongues speaks to God, not to men, not to idols, nor demons, nor false gods.

1Co 14:14 For if I pray in a tongue, my spirit prays, but my mind is unfruitful.

To pray in tongues is for your spirit to pray. The pagan's spirit is dead, and cannot pray.

There are two distinct types of the Gift of Tongues taught in the Scripture, one for evangalization and another for prayer (Acts 2 and 1 Cor 14). Both of these are gifts given to men by the Holy Spirit.

Your first question is whether spiritual gifts are or are not for today. Some say they are not, because of I Cor 13:10 “But when that which is perfect is come, then that which is in part (these gifts) shall be done away.” They say “that which is perfect” is the finished Bible. The logic is that since now we have the complete word of God, we are no longer given spiritual gifts, that they were a weaker substitute.

What are spiritual gifts for? 1 Cor 14:12 “Even so ye, forasmuch as ye are zealous of spiritual gifts, seek that ye may excel to the edifying of the church,” and Eph. 4:12-13 “For the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ: Till we all come in the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the stature of the fulness of Christ:”

This goes toward answering what “that which is perfect” is. The perfect (complete) man. The gifts are for us until we no longer need them, which will be when WE are completed. That hasn’t happened yet.

Is there a pagan counterfeit of tongues? I have heard of such. Kalos posted a Wikipedia article describing what it called “some form of the gift of tongues”, practiced by non-Christians, but I strongly disagree with that description. It cannot be any relation to the gift of tongues, because it has no relation to the Holy Spirit. It can only be a cheap imitation. It would be like calling a cheap handbag knock-off a “type of Gucci”. Either it is, or it isn’t, and it isn’t. Now we know that the devil is a liar, and that he counterfeits what God does, but calling his works a form of God’s works is just not right in my book.

So pagans may babble, and call it what you will, but the Bible teaches that the Holy Spirit enables some to speak in unknown languages that are known to others for the purpose of evangelizing, and some to speak in languages unknown to all for the purpose of prayer, and that this will continue until the church has reached the fulness of the stature of Christ.

I hope this helps!

Love in Christ,
Mark

2 Outpouring of the Holy Spirit Note 2 Cor 7:1 DocTrinsograce Thu 09/28/06, 6:45pm 177634
  "The hour is coming, and has now come, when the Holy Spirit will be poured out again in such a wonderful manner, that many will go here and there to increase knowledge -- the knowledge of the Lord will cover the earth as the waters cover the surface of the great deep; when His kingdom will come, and His will, will be done on earth, even as it is in heaven. We are not going to be dragging on forever like Pharaoh, without wheels on his chariot. My heart exults, and my eyes flash with the thought that very likely I will live to see the outpouring of the Spirit; when 'the sons and the daughters of God again will prophesy, and the young men will see visions, and the old men will dream dreams.' Perhaps there will be no miraculous gifts for they will not be required; but yet there will be such a miraculous amount of holiness, such an extraordinary fervor of prayer, such a real communion with God, and so much vital religion, and such a spread of the doctrines of the cross, that every one will see that truly the Holy Spirit is poured out like water, and the rains are descending from above. For that let us pray; let us continually work for it, and seek it of God." --Charles H. Spurgeon
3 I want my wife back Answer Bible general Archive 3 Repentant1 Fri 09/29/06, 10:33am 177662
  I want to encourage you to stand firm in your faith, despite the pain you feel. I, too, am a repentant adulterer, but my outcome was overflowing with the grace and mercy of our God. You do not mention what your marriage was like prior to your committing this sin, so the pain caused her may be running deeper than you know, or are capable of admitting. The scriptures you have mentioned appear valid and your wife's thoughts seem reasonable, but how do we reconcile Galatians 6:1?
"Brothers, if someone is caught in a sin, you who are spiritual should restore him gently. But watch yourself, or you also may be tempted."(NIV) I personally believe this text is not only warning of possibly falling into the same sin, but I believe it is warning us against the danger of unforgiveness. Once you repented, God forgave you (1John 1:9)and you were made whole. You need to continue in prayer for your wife, but make sure it is in the spirit of humility. Remember that she may still be going through the stages of grief, and you did hurt her deeply.
When fellow believers suggested my wife should have left me, I asked her why she stood by me. Her response changed my life forever. She simply said, "I see the man that God sees." My prayer is that your wife will begin to see the man God sees.
4 Is it disrespectful to not use a title Note Bible general Archive 3 Wild Olive Shoot Sun 10/1/06, 7:23pm 177757
  To your question: “Does that look like it can be used as a title?”

Most certainly if read in the proper context. I don’t wish to debate this with you Sister. Simply wanted to provide some Scripture you claimed didn’t exist. Christ has many titles and Apostle was one of them and most assuredly it was implied and applied by the author of Hebrews as I have pointed out. If you do your word substituting here and elsewhere, the Twelve could not have the title either so let’s just remove the word and the title and office it is associated with.

Some commentary below that I find helpful. Hope you do as well.

In Him,

WOS

“The apostle - The word “apostle” is nowhere else applied to the Lord Jesus. The word means one who “is sent” - and in this sense it might be applied to the Redeemer as one “sent” by God, or as by way of eminence the one sent by him. But the connection seems to demand that; there should be some allusion here to one who sustained a similar rank among the Jews; and it is probable that the allusion is to Moses, as having been the great apostle of God to the Jewish people, and that Paul here means to say, that the Lord Jesus, under the new dispensation, filled the place of Moses and of the high priest under the old, and that the office of “apostle” and “high priest,” instead of being now separated, as it was between Moses and Aaron under the old dispensation, was now blended in the Messiah. The name “apostle” is not indeed given to Moses directly in the Old Testament, but the verb from which the Hebrew word for apostle is derived is frequently given him. Thus, in Exo_3:10, it is said, “Come now, therefore, and I will send thee unto Pharaoh.” And in Heb_3:13, “The God of your fathers hath sent me unto you.” So also in Heb_3:14-15, of the same chapter. From the word there used - shaalach - “to send.” The word denoting “apostle - shaliyach - is derived; and it is not improbable that Moses would be regarded as being by way of eminence the one “sent” by God. Further, the Jews applied the word ” - shaliyach - “apostle,” to the minister of the synagogue; to him who presided over its affairs, and who had the general charge of the services there; and in this sense it might be applied by way of eminence to Moses as being the general director and controller of the religious affairs of the nation, and as “sent” for that purpose. The object of Paul is to show that the Lord Jesus in the Christian system - as the great apostle sent from God - sustained a rank and office similar to this, but superior in dignity and authority.” – Albert Barnes’ Notes on the Bible

“the Apostle and High Priest of our profession — There is but one Greek article to both nouns, “Him who is at once Apostle and High Priest” - Apostle, as Ambassador (a higher designation than “angel”-messenger) sent by the Father (Joh_20:21), pleading the cause of God with us; High Priest, as pleading our cause with God. Both His Apostleship and High Priesthood are comprehended in the one title, Mediator [Bengel]. Though the title “Apostle” is nowhere else applied to Christ, it is appropriate here in addressing Hebrews, who used the term of the delegates sent by the high priest to collect the temple tribute from Jews resident in foreign countries, even as Christ was Delegate of the Father to this world far off from Him (Mat_21:37). Hence as what applies to Him, applies also to His people, the Twelve are designated His apostles, even as He is the Father’s (Joh_20:21). It was desirable to avoid designating Him here “angel,” in order to distinguish His nature from that of angels mentioned before, though he is “the Angel of the Covenant.” The “legate of the Church” (Sheliach Tsibbur) offered up the prayers in the synagogue in the name of all, and for all. So Jesus, “the Apostle of our profession,” is delegated to intercede for the Church before the Father. The words “of our profession,” mark that it is not of the legal ritual, but of our Christian faith, that He is the High Priest. Paul compares Him as an Apostle to Moses; as High Priest to Aaron. He alone holds both offices combined, and in a more eminent degree than either, which those two brothers held apart.” – Jamieson, Fausset and Brown Commentary
5 who heard Jesus when he was alone to rec Note Not Specified oneratliff Sun 10/1/06, 8:17pm 177761
  In the garden where Jesus prayed while his disciples slept, that this cup passeth from him. My question is if he was there praying by himself who heard his prayers to record them. He was alone and i cant see him going back to his disciples and saying this is what i said and did.
6 who heard Jesus when he was alone to rec (?)Answered Bible general Archive 3 oneratliff Sun 10/1/06, 8:17pm 177764
  In the garden where Jesus prayed while his disciples slept, that this cup passeth from him. My question is if he was there praying by himself who heard his prayers to record them. He was alone and i cant see him going back to his disciples and saying this is what i said and did.
7 who heard Jesus when he was alone to rec Answer Bible general Archive 3 CDBJ Sun 10/1/06, 9:21pm 177765
  Greetings,
Since it’s hard for you to understand how Jesus prayer was recorded in scripture, since he was along in the garden; how do you come up with an explanation about Moses writing the first part of Genesis, since he wasn’t there?
2 Tim. 3:15 (A)
All scripture is given by inspiration of God,

CDBJ

8 Tiered blessings????? Answer Eph 1:6 mark d seyler Mon 10/2/06, 10:48am 177795
  Hi bibster98,

Ephesians 1:3-6 Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who hath blessed us with all spiritual blessings in heavenly places in Christ: (4) According as he hath chosen us in him before the foundation of the world, that we should be holy and without blame before him in love: (5) Having predestinated us unto the adoption of children by Jesus Christ to himself, according to the good pleasure of his will, (6) To the praise of the glory of his grace, wherein he hath made us accepted in the beloved.

These words apply equally to all who are in Christ. We each have everything in Him, while none of us are able to add anything from ourselves.

Isaiah 64:6 But we are all as an unclean thing, and all our righteousnesses are as filthy rags;

There is no righteousness that I can have that you don't have, because nothing from myself is acceptable to God, and we both have Jesus' righteousness.

So all believers have equal relationship with God, based entirely and soley on Jesus' righteousness, and acceptibility to God.

Concerning why some prayers are answered and some not, are there things we can do or not do to increase the effectiveness of our prayers? Certainly!

We can be obedient.

1 John 3:21-24 Beloved, if our heart does not accuse us, we have confidence with God. (22) And whatever we ask, we receive from Him, because we keep His commandments, and we do the things pleasing before Him. (23) And this is His commandment, that we should believe the name of His Son, Jesus Christ, and love one another, even as He gave command to us. (24) And the one keeping His commandments abides in Him, and He in him. And by this we know that He abides in us, by the Spirit which He gave to us.

We can commit ourselves completely to God.

2 Chron 16:9 For the eyes of YHWH run to and fro in all the earth in order to be strong for those with their heart perfect (complete) toward Him.

I hope this helps!

Love in Christ,
Mark
9 Tiered blessings????? Answer Ps 66:18 DocTrinsograce Mon 10/2/06, 10:48am 177797
  Hi, Bibster98...

Scripture indicates that there are some prayers that God will not even hear.

Since the unregenerate always "regard iniquity" in their hearts, I would venture that none of their prayers are heard, let alone granted (cf Proverbs 28:9 and John 9:31).

See also Job 27:8-9; Proverbs 15:8, 29; 21:13; Isaiah 1:15; James 4:3.

In Him, Doc
10 The time of your visitation? Note Luke 19:44 DocTrinsograce Mon 10/2/06, 5:03pm 177824
  Dear Brother Steve,

Your concern for the proper handling of the Word is one born of the change that God has wrought in your life. It is a Godly fear. It is proper and right that we be concerned to properly present the whole Word accurately, completely, and without embellishment. It is a very serious task that He has given us, and one for which we shall be judged.

However, I'd also like to commend you for your desire to minister the Word to others. This, also, is a God given desire. (The old divines called it an unction.) Like the former fear, this desire is evidence of your salvation. So be of good cheer!

My only advice, brother, is that you continue to learn and continue to teach. Pray that God will bring Himself glory as He magnifies the truth. Ask Him to show you when you are in error, and that He would also mitigate the consequences of such error. Also beg Him to work the power of the Word in your own life. This is how I approach my own teaching and preaching.

I often think of the following two verses, that seem well connected... "But His Word was in my heart as a burning fire... (Jeremiah 20:9) ...Yea, woe unto me if I preach not the Gospel! (1 Corinthians 9:16)"

Perhaps you will find comfort and encouragement in the following old, Puritan prayer:

"My Master God, I am desired to preach today, but go weak and needy to my task; yet I long that people might be edified with divine truth, that an honest testimony might be borne for Thee; give me assistance in preaching and prayer, with heart uplifted for grace and unction. Present to my view things pertinent to my subject, with fullness of matter and clarity of thought, proper expressions, fluency, fervency, a feeling sense of the things I preach, and grace to apply them to men's consciences. Keep me conscious all the while of my defects, and let me not gloat in pride over my performance. Help me to offer a testimony for Thyself, and to leave sinners inexcusable in neglecting Thy mercy. Give me freedom to open the sorrows of Thy people, and to set before them comforting considerations. Attend with power the truth preached, and awaken the attention of my slothful audience. May Thy people be refreshed, melted, convicted, comforted, and help me to use the strongest arguments drawn from Christ's incarnation and sufferings, that men might be made holy.

"I myself need Thy support, comfort, strength, holiness, that I might be a pure channel of Thy grace, and be able to do something for Thee; give me then refreshment among Thy people, and help me not to treat excellent matter in a defective way, or bear broken testimony to so worthy a Redeemer, or be harsh in treating of Christ's death, its design and end, from lack of warmth and fervency. And keep me in tune with Thee as I do this work."

One last point: I was reading J. I. Packer the other day. "Wherein comes the skill to apply God's truth appropriately in preaching?" he asked. "From the experience of having God apply His truth powerfully to oneself." John Owen said something similar, but related, "If the Word does not dwell with power in us, it will not pass with power from us."

Persevere, dear brother! Persevere!

In Him, Doc
11 Heart Searching Questions Note 1 Tim 1:6 DocTrinsograce Mon 10/2/06, 6:59pm 177826
  "As ministers -- have we been faithful? Have we been careful to declare the whole counsel of God -- careful to make lucid and affectionate exhibition of divine truth? Have we been satisfied simply to present the truth to the minds of our hearers, or have we followed up our labors with earnest prayer, that God would bless us, and establish the work of our hands upon us? In short, have we been diligent in business; fervent in spirit; serving the Lord? Judging from the result of all our preaching, praying, and exhorting, we have good ground to conclude, that something has been lamentably wrong. Perhaps the solemn truths we have uttered, have not had the influence upon our own hearts, so much to be desired by every good minister of Jesus Christ. We may have been too professional. Our labors in the pulpit, and in other places, may have been regarded by us, too much as a matter of course. We have gone to our people, not as dying men; but, simply because it was expected we should meet them at the time appointed, and engage in certain modes of 'bodily exercise,' under the color of religious devotion. Thus we may have performed our duties, as a task, in a cold, lifeless, fruitless manner. Now, if as ministers of the Gospel, we have been thus listless, and have not watered the seeds sown, with our tears, and earnestly besought the Most High to succeed our labors by his blessing, no marvel that sterility and drought have settled down upon our churches; that iniquity abounds, and that the love of many has waxed fearfully cold." --Jesse Mercer
12 Does God hear me when I pray? Note Not Specified jalanlambert Tue 10/3/06, 9:38am 177838
  This past Wed. our preacher said that if we don't ask for forgiveness from our sins, God will not hear our prayers even if we have been saved for years. I had always thought that once we get saved God remembers our sins no more. That they are as far as the East is from the West. Does God hear a Christians prayers even though they might have sin in their live?
13 Does God hear me when I pray? (?)Answered Eph 1:6 jalanlambert Tue 10/3/06, 9:38am 177839
  This past Wed. our preacher said that if we don't ask for forgiveness from our sins, God will not hear our prayers even if we have been saved for years. I had always thought that once we get saved God remembers our sins no more. That they are as far as the East is from the West. Does God hear a Christians prayers even though they might have sin in their live?
14 Does God hear me when I pray? Answer Eph 1:6 mark d seyler Tue 10/3/06, 10:36am 177840
  Hi jalanlambert,

Let me answer your question with a question, if I may be so bold :-)

Does God hear the pray, "show me my sin"?

Isn't this when we most need God in our lives, helping us, when we are struggling with sin? Is this the time He turns His back on us?

Do we sin sins of which we are not aware? You are correct - all sins, past, present, future, are forgiven, and put away.

Paul wrote to the Ephesians "we are accepted in the Beloved."

Some may answer this question quoting Psalm 66:15, "If I regard iniquity in my heart, the Lord will not hear me." Given the verb tenses, many translations read (as the ESV) "If I had cherished iniquity in my heart,
the Lord would not have listened."

JFB refer to this as "see iniquity with pleasure". And while we do sin, even though we are born again, "cherishing sin" is rather inconsistant with "a new creation." We have been created after true righteousness and holiness, and we cherish God, not sin.

That notwithstanding. . .

1 John 3:18-21 My little children, let us not love in word, or in tongue, but in deed and in truth. (19) And in this we shall know that we are of the truth, and shall persuade our hearts before Him, (20) that if our heart accuses us, we know that God is greater than our heart and knows all things. (21) Beloved, if our heart does not accuse us, we have confidence with God.

If we have not dealt with current sin, well, have you ever tried to have a conversation with a friend in your living room while there is an elephant in the room? Its rather difficult to actually have a relationship until the elephant is taken care of. And that is what sin is like, in my view.

If we are ignoring sin, rest assured that God is not, and will be constantly calling it to our attention until we give in. He will chastise us if He needs to. It will not just go away. But neither will it overcome the death of Jesus, the perfect Lamb of God, Who takes away the sin of the world.

Love in Christ,
Mark
15 Mat 6:6-post prayers over internet? Answer Not Specified starlulu Tue 10/3/06, 5:28pm 177853
  I am just wondering, in Matt 6:6, says we should pray in our room in secret.
THere are a lot of prayer board on the internet and people also pray for those who is in need. It is really good to see people helping and support each other.
However, Just wondering is it ok to pray and post your prayer on the internet while the Bible say pray in secret?
Just a thought.
God Bless.
16 Mat 6:6-post prayers over internet? (?)Answered Matt 6:6 starlulu Tue 10/3/06, 5:28pm 177859
  I am just wondering, in Matt 6:6, says we should pray in our room in secret.
THere are a lot of prayer board on the internet and people also pray for those who is in need. It is really good to see people helping and support each other.
However, Just wondering is it ok to pray and post your prayer on the internet while the Bible say pray in secret?
Just a thought.
God Bless.
17 Does God hear me when I pray? Answer Eph 1:6 DocTrinsograce Tue 10/3/06, 6:49pm 177857
  Dear jalanlambert,

Here are some of the verses that your pastor had in mind:

"For what is the hope of the godless when God cuts him off, when God takes away his life? Will God hear his cry when distress comes upon him?" (Job 27:8-9 ESV)

"Surely God does not hear an empty cry, nor does the Almighty regard it." (Job 35:13 ESV)

"If I had cherished iniquity in my heart, the Lord would not have listened." (Psalms 66:18 ESV)

"The sacrifice of the wicked is an abomination to the LORD, but the prayer of the upright is acceptable to him." (Proverbs 15:8 ESV)

"The LORD is far from the wicked, but he hears the prayer of the righteous." (Proverbs 15:29 ESV)

"We know that God does not listen to sinners, but if anyone is a worshiper of God and does his will, God listens to him." (John 9:31 ESV)

It is specious introducing false dichotomies like "What about the prayer for salvation?" or "What about the prayer for God to reveal my sin?"

"No one who abides in him keeps on sinning; no one who keeps on sinning has either seen him or known him. Little children, let no one deceive you. Whoever practices righteousness is righteous, as he is righteous." (1 John 3:6-7 ESV)

Every human being has sin in his life. If God failed to hear the prayers of someone with sin in their life, no prayers would be heard! The distinction is what the old KJV translators called "regarding sin in your heart." Believers struggle with sin, the lost do not. I'd even posit assuredly that if a man is not struggling with sin, he is not saved. Anyone having hope in Christ purifies himself (1 John 3:3). The lost on the other hand, protect and preserve their sin.

"Beloved, if our heart condemn us not, THEN have we confidence toward God. And whatsoever we ask, we receive of him, BECAUSE we keep his commandments, and do those things that are pleasing in his sight." (1 John 3:21-22 KJV)

So don't let anyone deceive you: We must hold the line with what the Scripture says, without compromise nor augmentation.

In Him, Doc
18 Mat 6:6-post prayers over internet? Answer Matt 6:6 DocTrinsograce Tue 10/3/06, 6:55pm 177860
  Hi, starlulu...

There are many kinds of prayers. Some are public and some are private. Some are uttered aloud and others cannot be uttered.

However, in regards to this particular verse, look to the context. What is the behavior of the Pharisees that Christ is addressing?

In Him, Doc
19 MATT 6:6-Prayers over internet Answer Matt 6:6 DocTrinsograce Wed 10/4/06, 8:34am 177876
  Yes, that's right. Very good! The Pharisees were praying to be overheard by people! Christ is telling the believer to pray as prayer was intended -- to be overheard by our Father God.
20 Does the Bible predict Christianity? Note Luke 18:8 DocTrinsograce Wed 10/4/06, 7:32pm 177900
  Hi, Aspilos...

No contradictions in Scripture. Nor was it my intention to offer a contradiction to Brother Mark.

Mark is correct in his discussion of the resistance to the Gospel that has been, is, and will continue to be rampant -- and so much more as we "see the day approaching." However, it is equally true that God is working His eternal purpose to present His church to Himself "not having spot, or wrinkle, or any such thing; but that it should be holy and without blemish" (Ephesians 5:27). As I pointed out from Galatians 3, this is God working out His plan of redemption through history. He is doing so just as He promised our first parents in Genesis 3:15 and our father in the faith, Abraham, in Genesis 22:17. We even have Christ's prayer for believers in John 17, and His promised glorification concluding in Revelation 22.

Sometimes a simple question may have multiple answers. Interpretation of Scripture is not always a simple matter. From what I have been able to deduce, there appear to be five broad reasons that interpretations may differ:

1. Literary Limitations: Absolute precision is impossible due to the fact that there are gaps (linguistic, historic, and cultural) between the writer and the reader.

2. Spiritual Perceptibility: Sometimes interpretation is an intellectual matter, but it is often a matter of spiritual maturity. In there former there are limitations of education. In the latter there are limitations of growth in application of the Word.

3. Profundity of Truth: Truth is not simple, shallow, or trite; it is deep, rich, and often complex.

4. Natural Resistance: Men are not born desiring truth; the flesh resists the truth.

5. Problem of Pop Culture: The world tries to make the Bible more palatable, or squeeze what it says into their own presuppositions of what they think truth ought to be.

In Him, Doc

PS Since it was brought up: I do not believe in Dominion Theology. Historic Baptists are very open in identifying themselves and quick to publicly confess their beliefs. We are Pre-Millennial in our eschatology, but we generally don't throw in with the popular prophecy-in-the-news views. :-)
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