Glossary

The Christian’s heritage is to overcome and destroy the works of our invisible spiritual enemy (satan)  in our lives, and in the lives of others, while we train to rule (eternally) with He who rose from the dead … JESUS!

The glossary is written to-the-point, so repented Christians and even a child will be equipped to destroy satan’s works. The definitions are to help ANY person overcome, subdue and destroy satan’s powers off of their lives … if they will hear and obey.

Over the next weeks and months, terms will be added. Ask God to give you a soft heart to hear and see any truth about yourself and change anything if you need to. Do this to be able and ready to receive His next loving move in your life!

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The Gospel Foundation

“The Apostles” in the New Testament are the official authorities sent by Jesus Christ above and having authority over all other preachers.

The Apostles are the FIRST official authorities of Jesus Christ, “hand-chosen” by Him with designated authority. The apostles, along with prophets, then and now are responsible to preserve the foundation Gospel that Jesus lived and preached for continuance by the second ranking prophets, third ranking evangelists and last in rank pastors (teachers). See Ephesians 4:11, 1 Corinthians 12:18, 28.

Any person, male or female, who claims to be a Christian or Christian Preacher “sent by Jesus Christ” must give obedience to “The Apostles”. All preaching that contradicts the life and teachings of “the apostles” in the New Testament is contrary to Jesus Christ, Himself (1 John Chapter 4). This is much of the state of Christians because too many preachers/pastors are appointed (ordained) by some human being or college instead of by Jesus Christ.

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Pentecostal means Full Gospel

Christians who keep Jesus’ command to expect (believe) and seek (wait upon, minister to, ask) Him to baptize them in “The same Person“, Power, and Spiritual Gifts that the first Christians received, with the same initial miracle evidence called speaking in other tongues that are chosen by the Holy Ghost.

Full Gospel means Pentecostal.

Christians who keep Jesus’ command to expect (believe) and seek (wait upon, minister to, ask) Him to baptize them in “The same Person“, Power, and Spiritual Gifts that the first Christians received, with the same initial miracle evidence called speaking in other tongues “which are chosen by the Holy Ghost”.

Faith is OBEDIENCE.

Only Jesus can see in your heart — obedience as an act of work just to say you did it — or obedience as a truthful, loving heart.

Faith is obedience to the words of Jesus Christ. His Word is truth as given throughout the New Testament. So, faith is your obedience to the truth expressed from a truthful, loving heart.

There is no other kind of “faith” according to Jesus Christ (John 14:21, Mark 11:22, Isaiah 1:18-20)  Trying to have “faith” that is not what Jesus Christ calls faith is, actually, people enjoying fellowship with invisible demon spirits who are assigned by satan to destroy you.

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Unbelief is Disobedience

 

Unbelief is a CHOICE. We prove that we do not believe, love, nor do we have faith in Jesus Christ when, as our normal daily way of living, we deny the power He gives us to obey Him (this is called being a “sinner”).

If we are a sinner — as a member of a church or not — JESUS asks us to be a person of a truthful, loving heart by agreeing with Him that we are; then confess it, forsake it and seek forgiveness from Him and others we injured. This is an attitude and an action of “love” — from a truthful, loving heart!

Unbelief will not love and is “incapable of loving”.

God hates, above all, the sin of UNBELIEF and UNBELIEF IS A CHOICE. (Hebrews Chapter 4, Matthew 13:58, Mark 16:14, James 5:20).

“The Faith” is the testimony of Jesus Christ in the Gospels as confirmed by His chosen official authorities – the apostles in the New Testament.

 

“The Faith” (sometimes  called “your faith”) must be received as a miracle from God, Himself. The Faith is a holy, life-giving, life-sustaining gift to be protected at all costs from co-mingling with earthly man-conjured religions or with “Interfaith” gatherings (Ephesians 2:8, Jude 1:20-21).

 

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Repent is to “AGREE WITH GOD”.

Agree with God’s observations and feelings about our attitudes and behaviors toward Him and anybody else — instead of demanding and proclaiming what we think … and say so (confess)!

REPENT is always a CHOICE. The choice is “you are true and God is a liar” OR “God is true and  you are a liar”. Then say so!

LOVE IS OBEDIENCE.

In Jesus Christ, there is no definition of love but obedience to Him. God IS love and Christ’s love always does what pleases the Father, God Almighty (John 14:24, 2 Timothy 3:5).

If we obey Christ’s commands, it is what God calls loving him from a truthful, loving heart.

 

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“Church” is persons who have REPENTED of their sins TO OBEY JESUS CHRIST, and areUNDER THE AUTHORITY OF A BORN AGAIN, CHOSEN AND ANOINTED PASTOR.”

NOTHING ELSE IS A CHURCH. (Revelation 3:9, Jews in this context means Christians).

 

 

CHOSEN

A miracle experience with God, different from all human experience, but proven in Holy Scripture – whereby Jesus Christ selects you and commands you a specific task.

A DIRECT ENCOUNTER WITH THE LIVING CHRIST (not selected by men, women, universities or colleges).

BELIEVE is OBEY from the “HEART”.

Believe is obedience. Faith is obedience. Belief and Faith are the same thing in the Lord Jesus Christ. Only He can see in your heart — obedience as an act of work just to say you did it — or obedience as a truthful, loving heart.

Believe is to obey the words of Jesus Christ found in the Gospels and letters of his original apostles (and their acknowledged co-workers) from a truthful, loving heart (John 14:21, James 1:22, Isaiah 1:18-20).

See FAQ on “What is Faith”?

 

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