Robert McLaughlin Bible Ministries
Information about some of the greatest intelligence for the defeat of Satan and his plot in human history.
Wednesday, September 5, 2001
One of the most subjective and sensitive areas in this realm is the relationship between a man and a woman.
Our Lord not only restored all that Adam lost in the Garden of Eden, but He modified and improved it even more.
In correlation with Jewish Jurisprudence, when it comes to the angelic conflict, there are three witnesses in the Church-age.
DEU 19:15 “A single witness shall not rise up against a man on account of any iniquity or any sin which he has committed; on the evidence of two or three witnesses a matter shall be confirmed.”
NUM 35:30 “If anyone kills a person, the murderer shall be put to death at the evidence of witnesses, but no person shall be put to death on the testimony of one witness.” MAT 18:16 “By the mouth of two or three witnesses every fact may be confirmed.”
2CO 13:1 “This is the third time I am coming to you. Every fact is to be confirmed by the testimony of two or three witnesses.”
The third and final witness is Christian marriage, and if entered into the rebuttal phase of the angelic conflict, Satan will have the opportunity to cross-examine that marriage.
The invisible hero of the Church-age is the second most important witness in the appeal trial of Satan, not Christian marriage.
That spiritual peace and prosperity from God, which surpasses or rises above and beyond all comprehension, shall garrison your motivation in every area of your life.
The information about it in the mystery age is some of the greatest intelligence for the defeat of the greatest creature genius Satan and his plot in human history.
PRO 24:5 “A wise man is strong, And a man of knowledge increases power.”
When that information is the metabolized mind of Jesus Christ, and special spiritual intelligence is what is required, we will have made available to us everything we need to understand and combat the situation.
The pastor-teachers of the Church-age are called stewards, managers, or dispensers of that mystery, 1CO 4:1.