Archive for November 2015

Control of Political Power

November 24, 2015

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We are tempted to think that this world would be much better if the saints could only get control of the political power, or if the highest offices were filled only with men of God. But the Scriptures do not contemplate any such condition, and give no instructions for ruling, only for obeying. …

The governments today have many honest, capable men, but they find themselves thwarted by the unseen spiritual powers which are leading mankind in opposition to God and His Christ.

KnochA.E. Knoch (1874-1965)
Unsearchable Riches, volume 41

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A Vague Hope

November 22, 2015

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Our political allotment is not on earth … The apostate church has retained a vague hope of “going to heaven” after death; but their idea of what they will do there is not at all unlike the paradise of the Mohammedans.

KnochA.E. Knoch (1874-1965)
Unsearchable Riches, Volume 41

The “Sand” and “Star” Seed of Abraham

November 18, 2015

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There are some of the redeemed who are going to inherit the earth. Some are going to walk the streets of the New Jerusalem. And some who are seated with Christ, far above all principalities and powers, shall reign with Him in the heavenlies. Some are going to form the kingdom of priests upon the earth. Some will constitute the bride of the Lamb. Some will be the Body of Christ, with Christ as the Head. Some are going to constitute the “sand” seed of Abraham, others the “star” seed. Some have their calling from before the overthrow of the world and reign with Christ in the heavenlies. The apostle Paul tells us that “the dispensation of God which is given to me for you” constitutes the glorious fact of “Christ in you, the hope of glory” (Colossians 1:25-27).

William B. Hallman
The Uniqueness of Our Calling (1985)


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