sir<quoted text>Pardon me? Would you rather I not show the definition of the terms the authors of the Greek "New Testament" used when they wrote their gospels, letters, and epistles? Would it be "right" if it were someone else, then, like a well-known televangelist, or perhaps, your so-called "minister?"
<quoted text>And in our English, "conversation" is a discussion that takes place, hopefully, between two or more people. The Greek definition of our English term, though, means "behavior," or "how one acts and reacts." What a difference, right?
Try to remember that the original "New Testament" texts were written in Greek, for the most part. Therefore, the definition of our English texts must still be subject to the original intent and definitions.
<quoted text>Nothing in scripture even slightly suggests that we "believe" in the devil in the same context as we must "God."
<quoted text>Why repent, though, if all our present and future sins are already forgiven us? Wouldn't any expression of repentance prove a lack of faith in what our anointed Savior accomplished on the cross if he did, indeed, forgive us of all our present and future sins already? Would adultery, murder, or fornication, even be sin still if that were true?
in my language very similar to old greek term "believe"
IS TO BELIEVE WITH ABSOLUTE OBEDIENCE AND CLEANESS OF ALL SINS IN SPIRITUAL AND PHISICAL SENSE
WITHOUT OF THIS TYPE BELIEVING OUR FAITH IS DEAD-also saved believer without of daily works on His Faith,body and spirit is completly lost and unsaved
faith without of work is dead.....so Bible tell us simple and clear
in greek Holiness means saved always saved
in english Holines means saved not always saved,
those people lost deep sense of grace, work of Faith,Believe and completly obey as proff of Love our Lord
"if you love me,keep all commandments,and follow me?
WHO DOES THIS TODAY AROUND??????
ONLY MAYBE FEW ON THIS GLOBE