posted on Sep, 28 2012 @ 06:49 AM
Since it appears the false doctrine teachers have given up, I have decided to write a post to the readers.
True faith cannot be separate from faith action. A person who claims to have faith that a bridge is safe to cross and refuses to cross it, does not
really have faith. A person who rejects to enter the kingdom of God by Acts 2:38, a faith action, does not have true faith to enter the kingdom.
The false teachers love to ignore that and ignore what Peter taught in Acts 2:38. They use Scripture like Ephesians 2:8 that say we are saved by grace
through faith as a base to ignore Acts 2:38. When it comes to Acts 2:38 they forget their own first rule of hermeneutics. They forget who the letters
of Paul were written to. They were written to the Church, people who were already saved. He did not need to re-teach Acts 2:38 to them.
In Acts 2, Peter preached the Gospel. Those who heard him, asked what shall we do? Peter told them to repent, be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ,
and receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. Those who heard him took that faith action and were added to the Church.
Have you taken the faith action of Acts 2:38 to enter the kingdom of God since you were preached the Gospel?
Since it appears this thread is coming to a close, anyone who wishes to ask questions can reach me by the board message system.
28-9-2012 by truejew because: (no reason given)