Who were the “sons of God” mentioned in Genesis? Were they fallen angels or heroic men from the godly line of Seth? This post also covers the “sons of the Most High” in Psalm 82 and the “sons of God” in Job 1-2 and other verses.
Some believe that in the epistle to the Romans Paul promises salvation through good works. The answer is not as clear as some interpreters claim.
Renewalists believe these gifts are for today. This is an old-fashioned Bible study, word by word. line up line.
Renewalists believe that all the gifts of God mentioned in the New Testament are for today. They flow from God and are exercised through the Spirit and grace and a yielded, eager heart when the need arises. Let’s study the ones in Rom. 12:6-8.
Many Renewalists say yes for prophecy. The evidence favors them. Now what about prophets?
Many Renewalists (Pentecostals, Charismatics or Neo-Charismatics) believe they do, but with some important mitigating qualifications.
It is very sad on a human level. But what is the answer biblically? Is there hope?
A small percentage of people are anxious about this, but what does the Bible say? Can people commit even this sin?