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1 Pastor/Teacher - Jim Rickard Thursday, January 21, 2010 Grace Fellowship Church

2 Doxology Praise God, from whom all blessings flow; Praise Him, all creatures here below; Praise Him above, ye heavenly host; Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.— Amen.

3 Memory Verse John 15:13, “Greater love has no one than this, that one lay down his life for his friends.”

4 John 15:2 Sin Unto Death (continued)

5 The Sin Unto Death: 1. The Sin Unto Death is for believers only. 2. It is maximum punitive discipline for the reversionistic believer.

6 3. The Sin Unto Death does not mean loss of salvation. 4. Reversionism is the cause for the Sin Unto Death.

7 5. Case histories of the Sin Unto Death.

8 5. Case histories of the Sin Unto Death. a) Approbation reversionism, Annanias and Saphira, Acts 5:1-10;

9 b) Phallic reversionism, 1 Cor 5:1-5;

10 b) Phallic reversionism, 1 Cor 5:1-5; c) Ritual reversionism, 1 Cor 11:30-31;

11 d) Mental attitude reversionism, 1 Chron 10:13-14; 1 Sam 13:9-14;

12 e) Foreign policy reversionism or anti-establishment reversionism, Isa 30:1-3; 31:1-3 compare with, Isa 38;

13 f) Verbal reversionism, Hymenaeus and Alexander, 1 Tim 1:19-20

14 6. Reversion recovery eliminates the discipline and removes all sins. 2 Cor 2:5-10; James 5:15, 20

15 7. The cancellation of the Sin Unto Death. The 1 st category can be recovered from by rebound, but the 2 nd and 3 rd categories demand repentance, a change of mental attitude.

16 John 15:2b, “And every branch that bears fruit, He prunes it so that it may bear more fruit.”

17 This is a contrast denoting the differences between the inter-workings of God the Father in the life of the non-producer and producer.

18 PAN “Everyone”. The “branches in Christ that bear fruit.” (The Positive believer with Divine Good Production).

19 PHERON KARPON “bearing fruit”. Pres., Act., Part., Sing.

20 The Customary Present is for ongoing production of the positive believer. This is the regular life style of the positive believer.

21 The believer who “bears fruit” is the mature believer, who thinks in terms of Bible doctrine which is on the launch pad of their soul.

22 Nous MIND HEART Kardia - / + Human Spirit KNOWLEDGE (Oida) PUMP LAUNCH PAD Edification Complex of the Soul SOUL BODY Bible Doctrine

23 KATHAIREI Pres., Act., Ind., 3 rd P., S. “To cleanse, prune or purge.”

24 The Gnomic Present is a timeless general fact of God’s working in the positive believer’s life to continue to refine and mature him.

25 The pruning is the mature believer getting occasional adversity, suffering, trial, etc. in order that he might be blessed even more.

26 The mature believer has capacity for suffering and he has capacity for blessing in suffering.

27 Pruning only makes the branch stronger and more productive. Heb 10:18-25, 32-36

28 Grace Fellowship Church Grace Fellowship Church Thursday, January 21, 2010 Tape # The Sin Unto Death, Pt 2 Undeserved Suffering, Intro Upper Room Discourse, Part 327 John 15:2; 1 Cor 5:1-5; 11:30-31; 2 Cor 2:5-10; Heb 10 James H. Rickard Bible Ministries 2010


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