Word of God by Pastor Melissa Scott

June 18, 2010 · Posted in Pastor Melissa Scott 

Placarded it in plain view in amongst you, how could you jump ship? Literally they, because we translated it, they turn-coated; they preferred to listen to the easy gospel, the “something that I can accomplish with my works that makes me feel good about me.” It’s all, by the way folks, centered in pride because we know Christ hath fulfilled the law.

This is the problem.  It’s so hard even for the ones committed to studying the Word of God to realize, Christ hath fulfilled, and He became a curse the next one is going to say. He became a curse. The curse fell on Him that we would pass out from underneath the curse, to be free of the curse; which said curse, the law. And we answered the question the last time, why the law? But all of these are so important.

This particular one, 1 through 3, he says, “This only would I learn of you, Received ye the Spirit by the works of the law, or by the hearing of faith? Are you so foolish? Having begun in the Spirit, are ye now made perfect by the flesh?” Again, if were to itemize there, and I’ve kind of scratched them out for myself, this one gospel we’re referring to and it’s self-evident. We cannot preach only Christ crucified, because if be not risen, as I said, our faith is in vain.

So Christ crucified. He’s risen from the dead; placarded as a reality. This

I believe is the single most dangerous problem in the body of Christ today. It is called emotive Christianity. Now, I; listen, I have nothing wrong with emotions. Let those emotions flow. But Christianity must start as a factual basis. If your Christianity begins on an emotive basis and that’s all you have, you have nothing. As the Bible says, when the winds and the storm come you have nothing, it will be washed away.

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