Nang's SPOTD is Tet's Hit Out of the Park!

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SaulToPaul

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Didn't Christ command Kingdom believers that if they sought His Kingdom, food and everything else would be provided to them? Didn't He tell them at the same time to sell their possessions for the poor?

Yet if we don't work we can go hungry?

What am I missing here?

Tet can make any two opposing doctrines say the same thing.
It's a devious gift.
 

musterion

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Perhaps Tetzo will explain how to obey Christ's command to "take NO thought" of what we're to eat and wear, while also obeying Paul's warning that believers who won't work (which requires MUCH thought and care) can just as soon go hungry.

How can both be true at the same time for the same people? Musty asked, already knowing the answer.
 

tetelestai

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Perhaps Tetzo will explain how to obey Christ's command to "take NO thought" of what we're to eat and wear, while also obeying Paul's warning that believers who won't work (which requires MUCH thought and care) can just as soon go hungry.

How can both be true at the same time for the same people, Musty asked, already knowing the answer.

The same reason the Disciples were not to go amongst the Samaritans and Gentiles before the cross, but after the cross Jesus told them to go amongst the Gentiles and Samaritans.
 

musterion

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Tetzo doesn't care about the integrity of God's Word. It's just literary play-doh to be shaped and reshaped, affirmed and denied, as he needs. His #1 goal is attacking dispensationalism by any means possible.

Guess what those two things confirm to me about dispensationalism, Tetzo.

And about you.
 
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