The Voice of Elijah® Newsletter
October 1991 Issue
The Demons Also Believe (Poor Devils!)
Most Christians believe the lie that what one believes about
God is not as important as the fact that they believe
there is a God. This article takes an in-depth look at the characteristics of “faith”—that is, belief—and explains
why the content of one’s beliefs means everything. It not only challenges the “conventional wisdom” in the Church today by making a clear distinction between “evidence” and “proof,” it also ridicules those outside the Church who are blissfully unaware that the apparent absence of God’s presence cannot be used to “prove” His non-existence.
Gnostic Beliefs and Early Church Teaching
This is the third in a series of articles on The Mystery of Scripture.
This article examines the beliefs of the
Gnostics, a heretical pseudo-Christian group that coexisted with
the Apostolic Church. These heretics also accurately understood what the leaders of the Early Church knew: The Prophets deliberately hid
the Truth of the Word of God behind the parabolic imagery
and Hebrew idioms they used. Consequently, they knew the Hebrew
Scriptures contained a “mystery” that few in their day could understand. Unfortunately, they were not part of that “few.”
Do You Believe the Gospel of Jesus Christ?
Most Christians claim to believe the
Gospel of Jesus
Christ. They don’t know it, but in so doing they are conceding that the Gospel they believe must have specific
content. The question is: Does “the Gospel” being
preached in the Church today have the same content as the Gospel that the Apostles preached solely on the basis of the Hebrew Scriptures? The answer will be obvious to True Believers.
This column examines some of the passages where the Prophets used weather imagery to parabolically describe the Last Days, the appearance of the AntiChrist, and the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.
Questions & Answers
One of this Questions and Answers in this column deals with the seven sealed messages the Prophets concealed behind the parabolic imagery and Hebrew idioms they used. Others examine what the Prophets say
concerning the Last Days, the appearance of the Antichrist, and the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.