Paul Washer about apologetics

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  1. Mary T says:

    Yes, some people feel that they must win an argument. I am sure with their wisdom, they can present some very good intelligent arguments. And I am sure they think they will win. But God uses the foolish things to confound the wise, so there is hope for those of us who are only a simple vessel for His purposes. I think it is more important to tell people the gospel – the Word of God because God will stand by His Word. The Word of God is quick and powerful and sharper than any two-edged sword! It is not up to me to water down that Word of God, nor apologize for anything God has declared in His Word. I am not the “best” most “knowledgeable” theologian yet the fire of the Holy Spirit is within the Christian who loves the Lord. Jesus promised the Holy Spirit to every true believer before He left to ascend into Heaven. It’s not to “feel good” or “get happy” but it is so that we go out and witness and let them see Jesus Christ so that He will be lifted up for God’s glory.

    The Gospel is what will save men and women. It is Jesus Christ who will save. He is powerful to save and set the captive free. I have witnessed people arguing over petty things. I guess that’s what’s important to them. Meanwhile, souls are dying and going to hell while people argue. That does not mean we should not stand up for Jesus. We must stand for Jesus no matter what the cost, even giving our lives for Him. However, people need to see Jesus. People need the Word of God! People need to throw themselves at the mercy of Jesus Christ and be saved. We don’t need a label or a denomination that we think will cover us, no, Jesus Christ and His blood shed on the cross for us, is the only thing that will cover us. Our sins have been covered by that payment on the cross. The wrath of God was satisfied on that day. He paid it all!

    Now, we must go tell everyone, and tell the gospel to every creature – not about religion, not some denominational label, not about us personally, not to brag or boast, not about how many good works that we can do, not the prosperity doctrine, not about sacraments saving a person, not praying to any departed saints, no trust in praying to statues, nothing else – but to let them see Jesus, and so they too can know our beloved Lord and serve Him all the days of our lives.

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