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Return to the Father's Heart
So the Earth Will Survive
Robert B. Scott

Return to the Father’s Heart

This crucial book will pave the way for the of coming Elijah of Malachi 4:5-6, who is prophesied to bring today’s absent fathers toward their neglected or jettisoned children and bring the heart of believers back to their Father in heaven. The book offers a solution to a pervasive problem among men today: their inability to forgive abusive fathers. This modern-day Elijah will “restore all things” (Mat. 17:11), including the true gospel of the Kingdom or Family of God, revealing the dangerous error of the grace revolution leading to the appearance of the man of lawlessness, an evil leader who will fight the second coming of Jesus. Click HERE to order your copy today!

Will You Say Amen to a Lie?

 

I Believe: What Does It Mean?

 

 

I Believe: What Does It Mean?What is believing? To the world it is the act of accepting information as true, and or repeatable to others. This means that you are willing to accept as true anything that is written, spoken, or implied as long as it is repeated often enough by different sources. Any lie is a believable truth, as long as you have heard it, spoken it, or read it from several worldly sources. There is no need to prove all things and hold fast to that which is true.

However, believing in the eyes of God is quite a different line of criteria. To believe in Hebrew has two aspects, the unspoken word holy and the amen which is spoken.

Holy is translated from the word qodesh (ko-desh, 7944), which is commonly understood as a sacred thing, place, or word, a dedicated man, book, place, practice, or item of knowledge that God has confirmed as His; a hallowed thing, concept, principle, law, or practice as defined and made clean by God; the Word of God, for explaining, teaching, correcting, or disciplining the body and soul; to purify, make clean, and to forgive to God’s standard; to be morally righteous and just beyond doubt or question. It also implies a truth that has been proven, tested, and weighed as consistent in its cause and effect responses.

The second part of believing comes from the spoken word amen (aw-man, 5390), which means a support or precept of truth that can be built upon securely.

It also means:
  1. To foster a walk of truth as a parent
  2. To nurse a word of truth (meditate and pray about)
  3. To render firm, true, and faithful
  4. To make permanent
  5. To be believable and trustworthy
  6. To have the authority of the right hand
  7. To be faithful as steadfast, long lasting, a continuance, sure, trustworthy, proven, and verified
  8. To trust a truth founded in God’s Word
  9. To turn to, return to, or reestablish what is right, righteous, and holy in God’s sight
  10. So be it

 When amen and amen is used, it means to be verified true and commands that as it is spoken, it is written in stone as true and so it is done. It is the ultimate in belief. It implies no doubt, no quarrel, no anguish about, no second-guessing and no dispute with the Word of God.

Amen and amen is used by the listeners of a teaching or doctrinal statement.

The hearers speak it out, not the teacher or preacher.

The prayer leader of a blessing or prayer of thanksgiving will use it to close their prayer, and all who receive it repeat it.

In Isaiah 5:12, after the woes of verses 8 and 1, we read in verse 12: “Their banquets [or feasts, church services, conferences or gatherings] are accompanied by lyre and harp, by tambourine and flute [bands and songs], and by wine [of deception,hypnosis, or confusion]; but they do not pay attention to the deeds of [the Eternal], nor do they consider the work of His hands [purpose for making mankind and the gospel of the Kingdom].

Isaiah 5:13: “Therefore My people go into exile for their lack of knowledge; and their honorable men are famished, and their multitude is parched with thirst [The Holy Spirit is denied to them, as is power, prosperity, and protection].

The teaching and practicing of lawlessness is the path of disbelief, and it has very serious consequences.

In Isaiah 5:18, we read, “Woe to those who drag iniquity with the cords of falsehood, and sin as if with cart ropes.” This verse is warning everyone not to justify sin, “the transgression of the law,” with false teachings on grace, or false teachings of the law being nailed to the cross, done away, invalid now, and or the falsehood of lawless grace.

Isaiah 5:20 says, “Woe to those who call evil good and good evil; who substitute darkness for light and light for darkness; who substitute bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter!”

This set of verses is for those who reject God’s Word in favor or their own conjectures and understandings. They create a false belief in and around everything deception says. They agree with those who have turned the truth into a lie and made the lie an acceptable truth.

A false foundation, built by deception’s tongue, creates such wrong precepts that Jesus had a second warning sated in 5:21: “Woe to those who are wise in their own eyes, and clever in their own sight.”

This warning is saying that false beliefs produce pride and self-righteousness. They believe so much error in order to support their own paradigms that they can no longer believe any words of truth that don’t support the foundation built by lies an deception.

In verse 24 we see the demon that is activated at the end of the age. They believe that Jesus turned His grace into lawlessness, licentiousness, and irresponsibility. They even deny the laws of cause and effect and sowing and reaping until nothing that they believe has any foundation in Jesus.

Verse 24: “Therefore, as a tongue of fire consumes stubble and dry grass collapses into the flame, so their root [foundation] will become like rot and their blossom blows [dissolves, disappears] away as dust; for they have rejected the law of the [Eternal] of hosts, and despised the word of the Holy One of Israel.”

The pride of false beliefs is dangerous. And when the rejection of the law has manifested to its full and the Word of God has become totally twisted and despised, the hand of Jesus is raised for action and correction. This is now coming quickly.

To believe requires us to come into an unqualified agreement with our Father, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, and the written Word of God. “I believe” says, “I am one with God, on whatever He chooses to do, to say, or to teach. I am willing to wait on His timing, direction, purpose, and will.”

As we call for our Father’s will to be done on earth as it is in heaven, we declare that we believe that His will, His knowledge, His understanding, His wisdom, His discernment, and His love is more comprehensive than ours and that we will submit to Him fully. This declares that we choose to believe that our Father’s laws, ordinances, judgments, and love are just, true, and righteous.

In Isaiah 5, a book dedicated to end-time prophecy (last forty years before Jesus’ return], we see a people that live in the delusion that God doesn’t concern Himself with the affairs of men anymore. They believe that grace has replace law. Strong drink replaces truth, and lust and deception are better than love and obedience. They believe that Jesus is in rebellion to His Father, and in rebellion against the purpose our Father has for building and growing us into His sons, that is to be just like Jesus. The pastors and evangelists sought to appease those who listened to them with bands and singers but starved the flocks from the true Word of God and caused them to got to hell [the grace or place of the dead, not a fiery hell] because of an unquenched thirst. They die without knowing true or truthful knowledge is stolen from them.

Isaiah 5:30 is a closing warning for those who lie in the last day at the end of the age:

“And it will growl over it in that day like the roaring of the sea. If one looks to the land, behold, there is darkness and distress; even the light is darkened by its clouds.”

Demonic clouds of about six principalities are presently over every major city of the world. Just ask the witches. They now abut them and how they are hindering believers.

“In that day” refers to the end time and especially the days of tribulation. It is a time that causes God to release His wrath. The truth of God’s Word becomes as compromised by false beliefs that action must be taken.

It is written, in our paraphrased version of 1 Thessalonians 5:21: “Prove all things, hold fast [stay in true belief of what is proven] to what is proven true to God’s Word.” Don’t’ get swept away by false beliefs that are twisted compromises of God’s Word.

Whatever we say, “ I believe” to, we are responsible for first proving it true without contradiction to the Word of God. It is part of our communion and purpose to discern truth, to trust Father God, and to choose to believe what we have proven true.

We bless you with discernment in this age of deceptions.

Addendum by Robert B. Scott There you have it, a concise explanation of what these teachers are doing. They are not “believing right.” They are being led astray into an apostasy of a grace rebellion, not a grace revolution. Where they once taught truth we watch in our church, they are at this writing preparing the way for the man of lawlessness. They have the spirit of assumption, assuming their tradition and conjectures are true because they have adoring but misled admirers. We aren’t saying amen, and we are thanking God for their repentance.