- Spiritual Gifts Session 03
Chuck Missler – Spiritual Gifts – 03
- Psalm 2
- All three ( God the Father, Son, Holy Spirit ) speaking to each other
- In a conference, someone asked “Are these seats saved?”
- Chuck replied, “They are not even under conviction“
- Gifts of Tongues
- Common Wrongs
- Cessationist – In Christianity, cessationism is the doctrine that spiritual gifts such as speaking in tongues, prophecy and healing ceased with the apostolic age.
- Taught in most conservative seminaries
- Dallas Theological Seminary
- Overemphasis both the gift and the experience
- Substitute Aspiration for Inspiration
- The goal is healing not exhortation
- We will do better to be Fruit Inspector than Gift Inspector
- Koinonia House Ministry
- Core Mission is not evangelicalism
- But, to repair the biblical illiteracy and abuse in the Church
- The great calling of your life is to discover what God has called you for
Works of Elohim
Doctrine of the Holy Spirit
Our relationship with him
Function and Role
Gift of Tongues
Gift of Tongues In the New Testament
Prophecy Over Speaking in Tongues
Gift Inspector Versus Fruit Inspector
Place For Tongue
Gifts of Prophecy
Agabus (Greek: Ἄγαβος) or Agabo was an early follower of Christianity mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles as a prophet.
He is traditionally remembered as one of the Seventy Disciples described in Luke 10:1-24.
According to extra-biblical tradition, Agabus appears to have been a resident of Jerusalem. He is said to have been one of the seventy disciples, mentioned in the Gospel of Luke, commissioned to preach the gospel.
It is said that Agabus was with the twelve apostles in the upper room on the day of Pentecost.
According to Acts 11:27-28, he was one of a group of prophets who travelled from Jerusalem to Antioch.
Agabus had received the gift of prophecy, and predicted a severe famine which the author of Acts says occurred during the reign of the Roman Emperor Claudius.
Also, according to Acts 21:10-12, ‘a certain prophet’, (Greek: τις) named Agabus met Paul the Apostle at Caesarea Maritima in 58 AD. He was, according to the Jamieson-Fausset-Brown Bible Commentary, ‘no doubt the same’ Agabus as had been mentioned in Acts 11:27-28, and Heinrich Meyer stated that ‘there is no reason against the assumed identity of this person with the one mentioned in Acts 11:28.
Agabus warned Paul of his coming capture; he bound his own hands and feet with Paul’s belt to demonstrate what would happen if he continued his journey to Jerusalem, stating the message of the Holy Spirit:
“So shall the Jews at Jerusalem bind the man who owns this belt, and deliver him into the hands of the Gentiles“.
Paul, however, would not be persuaded to stay away.
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Published On: 2014-Mar-31