DARB Galatians c,d,e
Page 207 talks about being born again more than once.
I know Reverend Dake was RIGHT.
He was right always.I am the failure.Not the man of God.
bibleman wrote: ↑Thu Jul 30, 2020 2:51 pmWhere in the world did you come up with this? "Reverend Dake taught that a person is born again every time they sin and confess it to God."branham1965 wrote: ↑Thu Jul 30, 2020 10:28 amI know what he taught.I got my first Dake Bible in 1977.
Reverend Dake taught that a person is born again every time they sin and confess it to God.Notes on Galatians 4:19.So for example ifsay Reverend ? would miss it and lose his temper on his wife then he confesses it he gets born again again again again again again again again again again again again again again....
I must say humbly that i do not believe that.
I think :
" If you sin after you are born again,you can confess your sins and God will forgive you (1 John 1:9).But you aren't born again a second time.No one is ever born again twice.If you were born again every time your your sins were forgiven ,some people would be born again a million times.You can't be made a new creature more than once."
page 6 " The Present Day Ministry Of Jesus Christ " by Reverend Kenneth E.Hagin.
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luchnia wrote: ↑Thu Jul 30, 2020 5:34 amDake taught it.branham1965 wrote: ↑Wed Jul 29, 2020 6:06 amNO ONE in any of the major Churches teach sinless perfection.Not one.
Only the fringes go to extremes about sinless perfection(and many other odd ball doctrines)
Every preacher i know of who taught it has had a major public fall.
NONE of the Church Fathers taught it.The Bible does not teach it.
It comes from the PRIDE of fallen man who does not want to bow the knees and acknowledge his/her own exceeding sinfulness his/her own utter helplessness and utter hopelessness and his/her complete need for the Lord Jesus Christ.
"JESUS PAID IT ALL,ALL TO HIM I OWE ,SIN HAD LEFT A CRIMSON STAIN ,HE WASHED IT WHITE AS SNOW."
Hill Top wrote: ↑Mon Jul 27, 2020 10:37 pmI just got a one month vacation from a different "Christian Forum".
Because I was discussing sinless perfection, which was against their rules.
Do you all think that such a rule is..."Christian"?
BTW, I had over three thousand posts there, over a couple of years.
I usually 'couched' my mentioning of sinless perfection with innuendos, synonyms, and invitations to go to PM ing.
I knew their rules, but as something like declaring the actions of God are not legislated against from heaven, I was forced to skirt them.
I have never seen that before.
I think you need to read Dake again.