PUNISHMENT - (including a refutation of “Protestant Purgatory” and the doctrines of Joey D. Faust as found in The Rod: Will God Spare It (Special Study in 3-parts)

The Unfaithful Steward – Pastor Nelson Turner – Faust Rebuttal 1

Carnal Christianity – Pastor Nelson Turner – Faust Rebuttal 2

Chastening – Pastor Nelson Turner – Faust Rebuttal 3

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2 Responses to “Punishment”

  1. James says:

    I was going to give a serious correction on your poor foundation but after listening for a short time I see that you just need to grow up in you Christian walk.

    I really don’t know what you think many lashes are but the servant that knew his Fathers (you’ll notice I capitalized) will and didn’t do it is going to get them and the one that didn’t and didn’t do will still get them just not as many.

    And by the way God charges us to know the season of His coming. That means have an understanding of prophesy. And there is always 1 Timothy 4:13. Your way off base.

  2. I will let a man who being dead yet speaketh, speak in reply: “In all the sins of men God chiefly regards the principle, that is, the heart, or what is in it. They do err, saith he, “in their hearts.” The heart he principally requires in our obedience, and this he principally regards in our disobedience. “My son, saith he, give me thine heart;” and “O that there were such an heart in them, that they would fear me.” When the heart is upright, as to its general frame, God will bear with many failings, many miscarriages. And when it is false, thousands of duties are of no esteem with him. If once a man begins justly to suspect that the hearts of them with whom he hath to do, are not upright with him, but false and guileful, let them pretend what they will, and act what they please, all is utterly disregarded and despised.” From John Owen’s exposition on the Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Hebrews. Commentary of Chapter Five, verses 7-11. But even more important, the word used in the King’s English is “stripes,” and your use of the word “lashes” indicates to me that you do not adhere to the King James Bible. Your speech bewrayeth you. “Surely thou also art one of them; for thy speech bewrayeth thee.” Matthew 26:73