Guest Post: Reviżjoni ta 'Lezzjonijiet "ġenna’ minn Mark Daniels

Marzu 1, 2013  1 Comment

Ktieb ġodda Steve Sjögren se jgħinu lil xi ħadd li jixtiequ li jgħixu ħajja aħjar.

Ikun oġġett rigal speċjalment tajba għal nies li ma jmorrux knisja jew ma nemminx fil Alla. Huma mhux ser jiksbu ppriedka fil, iżda l-esperjenza l lotta onesta ta 'Guy li marru permezz ta' sett ta 'ċirkostanzi horrible u tgħallmu jgħixu ħajja aħjar wara li jmutu waqt il-kirurġija bużżieqa tal-marrara li marru ħażin ħafna.

KORREZZJONI: Iskrittura mhix l-aħħari awto-iżvelar ta 'Alla. Ġesù huwa. Imma hija awtorevoli għaliex dan huwa l-rivelazzjoni normattiva ta 'l Alla niltaqgħu fil Ġesù.

Tista 'tqabbad ma' Mark Daniels fuq tiegħu blog

Tordna ktieb ġdid Steve dritt hawn: Lezzjonijiet ġenna.

  • Shneevels

    I’m curious. Can someone please explain why when God was revealing more of Himself through Christ and the Apostles and they raised people from the dead, the dead never seemed to have a story to tell? Wouldn’t you think they’d have something to say, and it would be all over the Scriptures? Wouldn’t that be the first question they’d get asked: “Allura…what was it like?” But no one in the Bible talked about theirafter-deathexperience, except Jesus, who also said that He was the only one with authority to reveal anything. So is this a new dispensation today? Are we adding to Scripture now? Are Steve, and a couple other writers these days, anointed with new experiences that no one else was permitted to testify to, including the Apostle Paul? Some help here please. I’m a little confused.