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DAY: 94: "Sympathy with God - (Acts 5:5)- "Stop Willfully Sinning"

Good morning, my brothers and sisters in Christ.


Summary:

Jared delved into a biblical narrative involving Ananias and his wife, highlighting the consequences of deception and lying to the Holy Spirit, as illustrated in the story. He emphasized the significance of the number 3 and the importance of living a life of integrity. He also discussed the unforgivable sin of blasphemy against the Holy Spirit, referencing St. John Christison's teachings, and cautioned against willful sinning. Jared advised compassion for those committing willful sins. He ended the discussion by sharing a spiritual message about the Hebrew word "Shalom" and encouraging careful reading and understanding of the Bible.


Ananias's Tale: Warning and Integrity - (Time 0:00)

Jared delved into a biblical narrative involving Ananias and his wife, highlighting Peter's confrontation with Ananias about withholding part of their land's sale proceeds, suggesting deception and lying to the Holy Spirit. Both Ananias and his wife died after being confronted, serving as a warning to the whole church. Jared emphasized the significance of the number 3 (Pointing to the actual presence of God), as Ananias's wife came in 3 hours later, unaware of her husband's fate, and was also confronted. He discussed the concept of God's punishment and its relation to integrity and deception, emphasizing the importance of living a life of integrity. He illustrated his point using an anecdote about individuals trying to deceive the church and the Holy Spirit. He concluded by quoting Matthew, chapter 12, verse 32, reinforcing the seriousness of speaking against the Holy Spirit.


Blasphemy Against Holy Spirit: Unforgivable or Forgivable? (Time 9:50)

Jared discussed the unforgivable sin of blasphemy against the Holy Spirit, as mentioned in the Bible. He highlighted that this sin is willful and comes from a refusal to accept God's mercy. Jared also referred to St. John Christison's teachings that this sin can be forgiven if repented. However, he warned that willful sinning could lead to unforgivable consequences. He ended the discussion by advising compassion for those committing willful sins and encouraged returning them to the right path.


Scripture, Mercy, and Shalom: A Theological Discussion - (Time 17:50)

Jared led a discussion on a theological topic, emphasizing the importance of understanding Scripture simply and showing mercy and compassion, as per Christ's teachings. He ended the session with a prayer, expressing gratitude for those present and asking for the Lord's blessings. Jared also shared a spiritual message about the Hebrew word "Shalom," implying peace, tranquility, wholeness, completeness, and prosperity. He encouraged the team to carefully read and understand the Bible, take action on what they read, and do God's will.


In Christ, love, Jared W. Campbell


Numbers 6:24-26

“The Lord bless you and keep you;

25 The Lord make His face shine upon you,

And be gracious to you;

26 The Lord [a]lift up His countenance upon you,

And give you peace.”’


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