What I Read Online – 04/17/2013 (a.m.)

17 Apr
    • Clearly, what we notice is that the apostle Paul was not seeing demons under every shrub that moved! Rather, he spent time teaching the believers the truth. Thus, if we can imagine him ministering in the church in Corinth, the pulpit would have been a place of rich teaching rather than “an altar” where he was busy laying hands on people until they were writhing on the floor, as if they were in a witchdoctor’s den. It is light from God’s Word that brings spiritual health!
    • So, whereas I believe that demons and evil spirits exist, I want us to be biblically balanced. Today’s preoccupation with demons, spirits, and deliverance is a loss rather than a gain. Sound Christ-centred teaching is missing in our churches. Instead, our churches are spiritually impoverished primarily because of the gross ignorance among believers concerning the person and work of Christ.

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