The Holy Spirit Does Not Guide You Into All Truth!

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  1. JAG ..

    JAG .. Member

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    I guess you mean your men's group at your local church?
    If so, that's nice. Its great to have an eyeball-to-eyeball
    group out there in "Real World" where you can share a
    cup of coffee and a pat on the back with fellow Christians,
    while you discuss issues related to the greatest subject
    on earth -- the Lord Jesus and His magnificent worldwide
    ever-growing-larger Christendom.
     
  2. Papa Zoom

    Papa Zoom Staff Member Moderator

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    Yes, our local church. Two of us live in the same neighborhood. We meet 2x a month but the meetings are really 4x. Sundays fro 3-5 and also the following monday from 6am - 8. Crazy I know. But I'm usually up anyway.
     
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  3. civilwarbuff

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    Papa Zoom said:
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    You can't even have a decent theology discussion
    on this forum without someone getting their undies
    all in a knot.

    I went back to like this post but it is gone:shrug:shrug:shrug:shrug:shrug
     
  4. Papa Zoom

    Papa Zoom Staff Member Moderator

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    It's still there: http://christianforums.net/Fellowsh...you-into-all-truth.70783/page-11#post-1390480

    I remember when I was heavy into the politic board and thought, "this is terrible, everybody fighting about this and that, I'm going to the "Christian" boards"

    Then after a while there (in Theology) I thought: "this is terrible, everybody fighting about this and that, I'm going to the politics boards"
    :lol

    Kidding aside, there are a lot of good discussions in apologetics, theology, and the Bible study. I've had fun in some of the discussions. :shades
     
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  5. Jim Parker

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    Going back to your original post: "What's going on?"
    What is going on is that Jesus was speaking to the 11 remaining apostles at the "last supper." (Judas had left to betray Him.) These were the men that He had personally taught for 3 years and who He knew were struggling to understand it all.
    When the Holy Spirit cam, He would lead them (those 11) into all truth so that they could "go and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you."
     
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