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Faith & Feelings. I. Truth Saves. 2 Th.2:10. Elaborates on 2 Th.1:8 1 Tim.2:4. God confirmed truth with miraculous signs, Hb.2:3-4. Jesus first preached His own gospel Hearing apostles is same as hearing Jesus Himself. Does God confirm false doctrines?.

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2 th 2 10
2 Th.2:10

Elaborates on 2 Th.1:8

1 Tim.2:4

god confirmed truth with miraculous signs hb 2 3 4
God confirmed truth withmiraculous signs, Hb.2:3-4
  • Jesus first preached His own gospel
  • Hearing apostles is same as hearing Jesus Himself
does god confirm false doctrines
Does God confirm false doctrines?

If true: God confirms a doctrine through one group & denies it through others

If so, He endorses unlimited errors

  • Muslims – Mormons – Catholics – Pentecostals, etc.
  • Each claims to speak as God guides; each claims signs
what signs distinguish one group from the others
What signs distinguishone group from the others?

Mormon

Just pray;ask God

Adventist

How to know?

slide7

I. Truth Saves

II. We Must Believe Truth

2 th 2 10 12
2 Th.2:10-12

1. Everything we hear. Truth does not contradict itself.

2. Something just because speaker is sincere. Ac.18

  • W/o love of truth, no salvation
  • Truth: what harmonizes w. facts
  • We cannot believe . . .
we must test the spirits 1 jn 4 1
We must ‘test’ the spirits, 1 Jn.4:1

1. Some lie. “False prophets” (Mt.7:15; 24:11, 24; Ac.13:6)

2. Some are deceived. (1 Jn.2:19; 5:19)

  • 1 Jn.4:6; 1 Th.5:20-21. Why?
failure to test spirits leads to apostasy gal 1 6 9
Failure to test spirits leads to apostasy, Gal.1:6-9

7, want to pervert (cause change of state) gospel of Christ

8, they allowed mere men to go where angels would not tread

9, accursed (anathema, Ro.9:3)

  • Galatia: churches accepted error w/o testing it (Ga.2:1-4; Ac.15; 17:11).
  • Gal.1:
but my experience is all i need
“But my experience is all I need”

1. Already in Bible.

Would God send angel to repeat His word?

2. Contrary to Bible.

Would God send angel to contradict His word?

3. Discerned by human wisdom w/o Bible.

Sinkholes?

Spaceships?

  • Did this work in Galatia?
  • “An angel told me” – only three options:
slide12

I. Truth Saves

II. We Must Believe Truth

III. Experiences AloneNever Confirmed Truth

1 deuteronomy13
1. Deuteronomy13

The ‘sign’ does not prove the claim against revealed truth

  • Signs: all talk, supposed confirma-tory sign, butnottrue
  • Dt.18:20-22, non-fulfillment: automatically a false prophet
1 deuteronomy13 2 nu 22 24 balaam
1. Deuteronomy132. Nu.22-24, Balaam

His advice contradicted God’s word.

The Word had the final say.

  • Talked w. God, knew truth, but added deadly advice that destroyed him
1 deuteronomy13 2 balaam nu 22 24 3 saul 1 sm 19 20 24
1. Deuteronomy132. Balaam, Nu.22-243. Saul, 1 Sm.19:20…24

Supernatural gift did not save him

  • Prophesied on murder mission
1 deuteronomy13 2 balaam nu 22 24 3 saul 1 sm 19 20 24 4 eliphaz job 4 12 21
1. Deuteronomy132. Balaam, Nu.22-243. Saul, 1 Sm.19:20…244. Eliphaz, Job 4:12-21

He could not be more wrong – Job 42

  • Appeals to night vision to prove his views (‘Job is a sinner’)
1 deuteronomy13 2 balaam nu 22 24 3 saul 1 sm 19 20 24 4 eliphaz job 4 12 21 5 jews jer 44 1 19
1. Deuteronomy132. Balaam, Nu.22-243. Saul, 1 Sm.19:20…244. Eliphaz, Job 4:12-215. Jews, Jer.44:1-19

Result: As you wish

  • Charge: abomination, 1-14
  • Counter-charge: appeal to past prosperity in idolatry, 15-19
slide18
1. Deuteronomy132. Balaam, Nu.22-243. Saul, 1 Sm.19:20…244. Eliphaz, Job 4:12-215. Jews, Jer.44:1-14 6. Judgment, Mt.7:21-23

Depart from Me…

(Same lesson as Deut.13)

  • Appeal to mighty works
slide19

1. Deuteronomy132. Balaam, Nu.22-243. Saul, 1 Sm.19:20…244. Eliphaz, Job 4:12-215. Jews, Jer.44:1-14 6. Judgment, Mt.7:21-237. Corinthians, 1 Co.1:7

Not saved unless they hold fast to Word preached to them, 1 Co.15:2

  • Many supernatural gifts
scripture provides
Scripture provides . . .

1. What else must one know or have?

2. Do experiences nullify effect of Word?

▪ Certainty, Lk.1:3-4

▪ True discipleship, truth, Jn.8:31-32; 17:17

▪ All necessary things that Jesus did, Jn.20:30-31

▪ Edification, Ac.20:32

▪ Encouragement, Ro.15:4

▪ Commands of God, 1 Co.14:37

▪ Revelation of mysteries, Ep.3:3-5

▪ Every good work, 2 Tim.3:16-17

▪ Memory of apostles’ words, 2 Pt.1:15

▪ Fellowship: apostles, Father, Son, 1 Jn.1:3

▪ Full joy, 1 Jn.1:4

▪ Protection against sin, 1 Jn.2:1-2

deuteronomy 29 29
Deuteronomy 29:29

Eph.6:6

  • The move
  • The business (1 Th.4:3)
  • The premonition