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Coffee and Revelation 27 – The Lamb who was Slain

Revelation 5:9-10 – The elders, elders and creatures in the centre of heaven, worship the Lamb who was slain – whose blood purchased people for God from every tribe, language, people and nation. Why then do some church leaders not accept the atonement? With a clip from Scott McKenna

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8 comments

  1. Worthy because of being slain – no pain no gain is “ghastly theology”?

    Yeah – not surprised that there was “fury”. No doubt you consider this to be a badge of honour. At least there is someone standing for truth!

    If Jesus hadn’t died, he couldn’t have risen and overcome death i.e. the consequences of sin – duh!

    Yes indeed “without the cross we have nothing” – no hope. And without hope there is no meaning and purpose. And without meaning and purpose there is nothing to prevent bitterness and resentment when facing suffering in life which inevitably happens.

    Preach it David!

  2. Amen, Amen and Amen!

    Astonishing as much as it is sickening, that these so called ‘men of the cloth’ can find it in themselves to deny the very tenet of Christian belief.

    I really do believe that we are witnessing the manifestation of unparalleled apostasy which will lead to the great delusion, spoken of and foretold by scripture. Absolutely crucial that we protect God’s word as it has been given to us, from the corruption of post modern higher criticism.

  3. Thank you for the frank presentation of reality, both of the Slain Lamb and also the appalling attacks by the wolves (Matt.7:15). The Lord was up-front about people who deceive the little ones of this world (Matt 18:6). I tremble for their future as they must give an account before the Throne of God (Matt.12:36) – note: reminder to self on this one! In mission ministry I found myself in plural theological surroundings. What rejoiced one’s heart was, that despite the pollution, there were a good number who could discern, obey and follow the Shepherd’s voice (John 10:27).

  4. 1st Cor 1 v 18

    For the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.

  5. I feel so dismayed by all of this. I was at a church on Sunday and I was told that the church needs to stop having a ‘them’ and ‘us’ attitude towards the LGBT community. I spoke to the speaker after and just asked very simply whether she thought it appropriate to be talking about LGBT ideas at the front, that this might be potentially confusing for our young people, who might see that this is an OK to say, transition to a different gender. It seems my words have upset her. But it didn’t matter that I was upset and troubled. I had had to sit through all her words, deeply worried for our youth. Yet I had been perceived as the unloving, unChristian person because I dared to question her. It is just so, so troubling.

  6. David you played part of a statement from Scott McKenna. What did he say after where you stopped the clip?

    1. He went on to point out several well known hymns which spoke of sins being forgiven by Christ dying on the Cross – to demonstrate just how far this ‘ghastly theology’ had infiltrated the church!

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