Light and Darkness

It is said that we have a theological tradition; this is true.

What matters is that it be that tradition that is delivered to us of our God and Lord, as well as their apostles and prophets, without compromise:

1 Corinthians 11:2: Now I commend you because you remember me in everything and maintain the traditions even as I delivered them to you.

2 Thessalonian 2:15: So then, brothers, stand firm and hold to the traditions that you were taught by us, either by our spoken word or by our letter.

Both in the manner in which we write of Scripture, and the manner in which we verbally communicate it, we are bound by our Lord to do so in the manner described – many are the traditions of men which have sought to find a foothold that would dethrone our King and God and enthrone ourselves in their place, and to say that such is heresy is redundant.

It has been well stated that the one who states that he follows no tradition in the manner in which they approach the Scripture is an unknowing slave to that tradition.

Light remains light, and darkness remains darkness – there is no middle or common ground upon which the traditions of man’s empty, deceitful philosophies, masquerading as theology (which is only found in true exposition of His Scripture), can truly be said to be of God – such is an empty position, and the grey that those who believe such stand upon is truly another shade of the absolute darkness that opposes all that is truth, meaning our Lord Jesus Christ.

To His glory alone – Bill Hier

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About lalvin1517

I'm married with two children and pastor McCall Baptist Church in McCall, Idaho.
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