SUNDAY SERMON: Do you really look forward to your resurrection?

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  1. November 11, 2019

    As a person with a severe hearing impairment, I wish that those messages would be written, so to read–how unfortunate!

    And based on the response of the identity “hmmm” I can see that person’s mental confusion.

    The thing about preaching and teaching God’s Word is that many people do so without the guidance of the Holy Spirit, or they are not spiritually sensitive.

    While that preacher is speaking “resurrection” even he may not understand the “spiritual concept” of the term, and that is how the confusion begins.

    When God said to Adam: “Dust you are and to dust, you shall return” He was speaking about Adam’s physical body, they both: Adam and Eve suffered spiritual death through their sinful relationship with Lucifer, the wicked angel, who caused them to defy God’s command of obedience.

    But Adam and Eve are our first parents, right into this generation, this means God allowed His plan of reproduction to continue through them.

  2. November 11, 2019

    This is part two: It is man who has confused the Word of God

    Even if God allowed Adam and Eve to continue with His plan of Creation, because of their sinfulness, they bought us into this World, with the same form of darkness and death–spiritually.

    And that is the reason for the Mission of Jesus in this World, He came to bring back the Light in Life to those who would believe, receive, and conceive that glorious Light, for the soul of darkness.

    Up to today a massive number of people have not accepted that Light –for they are busy doing the things of “religion” which is grounded in the wisdom and philosophy–the rules and laws–of man’s mind.

    It is “religion” that teaches people that those who leave their body go straight to heaven; but this cannot be true if we must face the judgment of Christ Jesus and the White Throne Judgment from God Almighty–for who would be the ones being judged? Does that make any sense at all?

  3. November 11, 2019

    This is part three: The judgment must happen first.

    No one who has left their body is in heaven nor in hell, but they are in the Spirit World, where the perfection in Love is in continuation for those who left their body with a saved soul; others continue their walk of darkness until the judgment will be called.

    The saved will receive the verdict of Eternal Life, to live with Jesus in Paradise; the unsaved will receive the verdict of eternal darkness, which is the second death, to live in Eternity, completely separated from the Light of Love in Christ Jesus.

    So then, the “resurrection” is all about the Spirit or spirit, it is the time when we will be sent to our certain corner in Eternity.

    Our baptism, as adults, represents dying with Jesus, to be raised with Him to live a “New Life”.

    Therefore our “resurrection” happens right here in the body by sincere faith in Christ Jesus, while we exist in the body.

  4. hmmm
    November 11, 2019

    Wait a min, u know i never thought about it until now. How is it that there is going to be a resurrection yet when people die the priest always telling people “They in a better place.” I mean correct me if i am wrong but, does that not make something along the way a lie?

  5. peaceandlove
    November 11, 2019

    Msgr. Jno. Lewis, keep these sermons coming in. God bless you.

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