Robert McLaughlin Bible Ministries
The wonderful memories of the past not only turned against Paul but also turned against the cross.
Tuesday, November 21, 2000
humin all of you
nun de kai now and even
Pres/act/ind – lego to talk, to speak, to tell, to describe, to affirm over, to teach, to advise, to point out with words, to speak out, to mention.
Present active participle of klaio – klaion – to weep, weeping as the sign of pain and grief for the thing signified.
Manliness is an attitude of soul.
Aoristic present tense for punctiliar action in present time = a momentary weeping.
Participle – circumstantial describing the emotion on the part of the apostle Paul concerning those who have fallen away from doctrine.
What does it mean to become enemies of the cross?
The very same individuals who once claimed to believe in impersonal love, no longer love impersonally and unconditionally.
They claimed to believe in honoring authority and letting God handle those in authority who misuse authority or abuse it, now they attack those in authority.
They claimed to believe in the danger of MAS, are now filled with arrogance, pride, jealousy, anger hatred, implacability, guilt complex, bitterness, vindictiveness, and sinful thoughts.
They once claimed to believe in the doctrine of the sins of the tongue, now enter into gossip, maligning, slander, judging, lying, and verbal deception.
The very same individuals who once claimed to believe in the danger of overt sins and reaping what you sow, now flaunt their so-called new found freedom.
MAT 25:40 “Truly I say to you, to the extent that you did it to one of these brothers of Mine, even the least of them, you did it to Me.”