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Melito of Sardis - Wikipedia
uotes Tertullian to the effect that he was esteemed as a prophet by many of the faithful. This work by Tertullian has been lost but Jerome quotes pieces regarding Melito for the high regard in which he was held at that time. Melito is remembered for his work on developing
prophecy  cessationism  Spiritualgifts  theimage  earlychurch  churchfathers  churchhistory 
november 2018 by chaseathompson
What the Southern Baptist Convention Needs Right Now | Sam Rainer
For the last forty years, we’ve worshiped doctrinal heroes and did not ask enough questions about their character. We assumed they were right in the heart since they were right in the head. Some of them were neither. Now we’re reaping what we’ve sown. It’s time to care as much about character as we do doctrine.
5star  baptist  southernbaptist  samrainer  thomrainer  leadership  prophecy 
november 2018 by chaseathompson
Spiritual Gifts | Precept Austin
A group of elders laid their hands on Timothy and one of them declared that he would become a great teacher, even though he was young and timid. Evidently this caught Timothy totally by surprise (2 Tim. 1:6). This kind of thing has happened to me at least twice. A pastor I’d just met once told me about a leadership assignment that he believed the Holy Spirit had given to me, one for which I felt totally unprepared. But I’ve seen the fulfillment of the words he spoke. (Some of the details he gave me were quite specific.) In seminary, our president told me about a calling God had on my life to bring the gospel to Muslims, which again took me a little by surprise. But it also has come to pass.

Imagine the Master Carpenter’s tools holding a conference: Brother Hammer presides, but several suggest he leave the meeting because he is too noisy. Brother Hammer replies, “If I have to leave this shop, Brother Screw must go also. You have to turn him around again and again to get him to accomplish anything.” Brother Screw then speaks up. “If you wish, I’ll leave. But Brother Plane must leave, too. All his work is on the surface. His efforts have no depth.” To this, Brother Plane responds, “Brother Rule will also have to withdraw, for he is always measuring folks as though he were the only one who is right.” Brother Rule then complains about Brother Sandpaper: “He ought to leave, too, because he’s so rough and always rubbing people the wrong way.” And so goes the discord. In the midst of all this discussion, in walks the Carpenter of Nazareth. He has arrived to start his day’s work. Putting on his apron, he goes to the bench to make a pulpit from which to proclaim the gospel. He uses Brothers Hammer, Screw, Plane, Rule, Sandpaper, and all the other tools. After the day’s work, when the pulpit is finished, Brother Saw arises and remarks, “Brethren, I observe that all of us are workers together with the Lord.”
jdgreear  prophecy  Spiritualgifts  cessationism  illustration  5star 
september 2018 by chaseathompson
English Bible History: Timeline of how we got the English Bible
The last words of John Hus were that, “in 100 years, God will raise up a man whose calls for reform cannot be suppressed.”
prophecy  bible  History  towrite 
june 2017 by chaseathompson
Numbers 12 HCSB - Miriam and Aaron Rebel - Miriam and - Bible Gateway
“Listen to what I say:
If there is a prophet among you from the Lord,
I make Myself known to him in a vision;
I speak with him in a dream.
prophecy  theimage  bible  Spiritualgifts 
february 2016 by chaseathompson
NKJV Jesus Calling Devotional Bible, Imitation Leather Burgundy: Edited By: Sarah Young: 9781418500085 -
A spiritual powerhouse---God's Word paired with Sarah Young's contemporary classic!260 prayers and devotional answers presented as if Jesus is speaking to you
heresy  jesuscalling  prophecy  notprophecy  Spiritualgifts  theimage  gospelfriends 
december 2015 by chaseathompson
Can I Be Reformed In Theology And A Continuationist? « Jesus is the Justice
Those who preside over the government of the Church, according to the institution of Christ, are named by Paul, first, Apostles; secondly, Prophets; thirdly, Evangelists; fourthly, Pastors; and, lastly, Teachers (Eph. 4:11). Of these, only the two last have an ordinary office in the Church. The Lord raised up the other three at the beginning of his kingdom, and still occasionally raises them up when the necessity of the times requires.” (Institutes, III, 4)
johncalvin  churchhistory  charismatic  continuationist  prophecy  Spiritualgifts  tongues 
july 2014 by chaseathompson
Sam Storms: Oklahoma City, OK > Spiritual Gifts in Church History (2)
“In like manner we do also hear many brethren in the church, who possess prophetic gifts, and who through the Spirit speak all kinds of languages, and bring to light for the general benefit the hidden things of men, and declare the mysteries of God,
samstorms  Spiritualgifts  prophecy  tongues  charismatic  cessationism  theimage 
june 2013 by chaseathompson
Continuationism and Cessationism: An Interview with Dr. Wayne Grudem | Challies Dot Com
ike Richard Baxter. In The Christian Directory he has a number of statements that align almost exactly with my view of the gift of prophecy. And I quote those in the back of The Gift of Prophecy in the New Testament and Today. I took a couple of pages from Baxter’s The Christian Directory and I faxed those to J.I. Packer and said, “It looks like Baxter holds the same view of prophecy that I do.” Packer faxed me back and said, “Yes, you’re right. This was the standard Puritan view. They weren’t cessationists in the Gaffin sense.” Let me just find that. Jim Packer gave me permission to quote that. I am quoting John Knox, the Scottish Reformer, the Westminster Confession of Faith, Samuel Rutherford, George Gillespie, Richard Baxter. I quote this on page 353 to 356 of The Gift of Prophecy in the New Testament and Today. Packer, whose doctoral dissertation at Oxford was on Richard Baxter’s works, sent back the following: “By the way, some weeks ago you faxed me an extract from Baxter about God making “personal, informative revelation” (those were Packer’s words). This was the standard Puritan view as I observed it – they weren’t cessationist in the Richard Gaffin sense.” That’s J.I. Packer’s personal fax to me on September 9, 1997 and I quoted it by permission.
waynegrudem  cessationism  Spiritualgifts  theimage  challies  churchhistory  prophecy  puritans  reformed 
june 2013 by chaseathompson
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Generic sign...kind of like a generic prophetic word.
Funny  pictures  sign  illustration  Spiritualgifts  prophecy 
april 2013 by chaseathompson
32 Things You Might Not Know About Charles Spurgeon
. (Later, he determined not to reapply for admission when he believed God spoke to him, “Seekest thou great things for thyself? Seek them not!”) prophecy
charlesspurgeon  list  advice  patheos  ministrytoday  preaching  pastor  spurgeon  Spiritualgifts  prophecy  theimage  5star 
february 2013 by chaseathompson

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