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Some things to think about…

03 Oct

            From Scott Foust’s twitter channel: https://twitter.com/#!/Scott_Foust

Check out his blog: paulsthepattern.wordpress.com

Some things to think about .PDF

  • Faith is simply taking your stand where God takes his stand.
  • Faith doesn’t come in gallonage or tonnage. Faith is simply taking God at his word.
  • Thankful that the sin question was answered at Calvary. God is not holding the world accountable for their sin! II Corinthians 5:19
  • Paul’s Gospel is not the fact of the death, burial, and resurrection of Christ. It is what those transactions actually accomplished for us.
  • Rejoicing that I’ve been made righteous, the very righteousness of God, in the person of His Son. II Corinthians 5:21.
  • Thankful that my fellowship with Christ is not based on my performance. It was all based on His at Calvary!
  • Justification is nothing more than God gifting you with His own righteousness.
  • God wrote Christ’s test score on our paper.
  • The religious world focuses on the word “do”. Through Christ’s all-sufficient cross work, God is focused on the word “done”.
  • Your Old Man is dead, crucified with Christ. You, however, are identified with Christ’s resurrection Life!! Romans 6:1-6
  • God will never meet man on Law ground. He will only meet him on Grace ground.
  • The Holy Spirit doesn’t move in to clean us up. He moves in to renovate.
  • Doctrine is the fuel. Emotion is the exhaust. Never the other way around.
  • Doctrine should never take a back-seat position to tradition.
  • We should separate ourselves to truth, not unite in error.
  • God gave us a method to study his word, and it is by “rightly dividing” it. II Timothy 2:15
  • Matthew 20:28 and I Timothy 2:6. Why would Jesus say “many” but Paul say “all”? And, why would Paul say “to be testified in due time”?
  • Prayer changes us, not our circumstances. God has already appointed us unto affliction in this life. I Thessalonians 3:3
  • Paul says our infirmities allows God to show himself strong. Don’t pray away that opportunity! II Corinthians 12:7-10
  • Don’t let your spiritual wallet get fat – gladly spend and be spent
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7 Comments

Posted by on October 3, 2011 in Scott Foust

 

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7 responses to “Some things to think about…

  1. Paul's The Pattern

    October 3, 2011 at 22:46

    😉

    Twitter is a fantastic way to share small bits of Pauline truth. Not sure who reads them, but you can be sure no one would read them if they weren’t there.

    Vielen Dank, Daniel!

     
    • Daniel / romansthruphilemon

      October 3, 2011 at 23:29

      gern geschehen! 🙂

      I also made a new category called……(wait for it!)….Scott Foust 😀 The charts u’ve made can now be found there, as well as under “Charts”.

       
  2. Daniel / romansthruphilemon

    October 4, 2011 at 13:40

    I updated the blog post + pdf. Re-arranged the twitter quotes and added 2 I forgot to add.

     
  3. russswmogracer

    October 4, 2011 at 17:21

    Thank you Romans Thru Philemon . This is my 1st attempt to Blog. Looking Forward in sharing the Word of God Rightly Divided.

    Bro Russ
    RussSwMoGracer

     
    • Daniel / romansthruphilemon

      October 4, 2011 at 17:25

      Hey Russ! Nice to meet you, and welcome abroad 🙂 I’m looking forward to ur blog posts, and getting to know more about you and what u believe in!

      Grace & peace!
      Daniel

       
  4. russswmogracer

    October 5, 2011 at 13:18

    Daniel
    I really apreciate your posts on Curts Sites. We will be on the cruse this oct-Nov.Can’t wait to meet other Mid-Acters.I Also see you on Paltalk.
    I’m at work.I will talk later.
    Grace & peace Bro.
    Bro Russ

     
    • Daniel / romansthruphilemon

      October 5, 2011 at 20:41

      Thanks! Curt Crist is my favorite grace teacher, so I’m happy to share his work with others, and getting others to know more about the fellowship of the mystery.

      Nice, I’d love to be on that cruise! =) What’s ur paltalk nick?

       

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