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Saturday, September 7, 2013

Rev. 2:20 Jezebel

 I have a few things against thee, because thou sufferest that woman Jezebel, which calleth herself a prophetess, to teach and to seduce my servants to commit fornication, and to eat things sacrificed unto idols.


  1. Jezebel = "chaste"
    1. wife of Ahab, an impious and cruel queen who protected idolatry and persecuted the prophets
    2. the symbolic name of a woman who pretended to be a prophetess, and who, addicted to antinomianism, claimed Christian liberty of eating things sacrificed to idols

8703 antinomianism (http://mobile.biblegateway.com/resources/dictionary-of-bible-themes/8700-Threats-life-faith)

A form of spiritual anarchy, which rejects the law as having any place in the Christian life, whether as instructor or as assessor. Paul’s teaching that Christians are free from the law is sometimes misunderstood as antinomian. But Paul reveres God’s law, and teaches believers, who are free from the law as a system of salvation, to keep it out of gratitude for salvation freely given, and because holiness as defined by the law is the Christian calling.

Antinomianism as a rejection of God’s laws

Various people described as antinomian

Israel described as antinomian Eze 20:13 See also Ex 32:25Jer 2:23-25Hos 8:1Zec 7:11-12
The ungodly described as antinomian Jude 4 See also 2Ti 3:1-52Pe 2:13-15Jude 8
The antichrist described as antinomian 2Th 2:3-10 See also Da 7:25Da 8:9-12,23-25 The object of these prophecies, Antiochus Epiphanes, foreshadowed the antichrist in his behaviour.

Jesus Christ and his followers accused of antinomianism

Jesus Christ came to fulfil the law, not abolish it Mt 5:17-19

Paul rejects antinomianism

Ro 6:1-2 See also Ro 3:31Ro 7:7

Misunderstandings, by opponents and converts alike, about Paul’s teaching on freedom from the law

Paul accused of antinomianism Ac 21:28 See also Ro 3:8Ro 6:15
Paul corrects the Corinthians’interpretation of his teaching as a licence for antinomianism 1Co 10:23 The phrase “Everything is permissible” is probably the Corinthians’misinterpretation of Paul’s teaching. See also 1Co 5:1-81Co 6:12-13

Punishment of antinomians

Friday, July 26, 2013

Wait for Me

Wait for Me

A life of waiting and hoping
dependent on Him

A life of gratitude and service
 has found hope and peace within 

A life that is not wrapped up in the things of this world
But rather enthralled with the Prince of Peace, her Lord

She is one who reflects the glory of God
Completely yielded to His song
Dancing through this life
Loosing control
To the Lover of her life, heart and soul

Where He leads she will follow
Humbled by His love and mercy
For she has found the one her heart longs for 
And because of Him 
She is willing to wait.


Vlj 10/22/12