Grace orientation is being oriented to the grace policy of God through the inculcation of Bible doctrine under genuine humility and the teaching ministry of God the Holy Spirit. The grace-orientated believer does not judge others and always offers other believers privacy while minding his own business! Grace orientation offers to others the very grace that God offers to you!
GREAT POWER DEMONSTRATION
The great power demonstration was the period of the incarnation of Christ in which the humanity of Christ set the precedence for the utilization of the divine power of God the Holy Spirit and the word of God in living the Christian way of life. Every Church-age believer can operate under the very same power that sustained the humanity of Christ. It was in the great power demonstration of the Hypostatic union (i.e., Christ incarnate) that Christ proved this power valid and feasible to each Church-age believer.
GREAT WHITE THRONE JUDGMENT
This is the final judgment and it is for unbelievers only. It is here that all their good and evil will be evaluated and receive just condemnation. Condemnation, since they rejected the person of the Lord Jesus Christ as their personal savior. Judgment, because all the "good" deeds they performed were conducted in human power rather than in the power of the Holy Spirit, REV 20:12-15.
HADES OR SHEOL
The Hebrew word sheol originally meant in post-biblical Hebrew the deep parts of the sea. But both sheol and the Greek word hades are used to refer to anything that is subterranean and large. They are used for the vast subterranean place of the departed dead of the human race and the abode of certain fallen angels. Both sheol and hades are mistranslated "hell" which adds to the confusion. Hades was used from classical times for the underworld and the realm of the dead. Sheol is sometimes used for the grave, as in GEN 37:35; GEN 42:38, 1SA 2:6, and other passages.
The Biblical nouns for heart always refer to the right lobe of the soul, with possibly the exception of one passage in the Bible. The Hebrew lebh and the Greek kardia are both translated "heart." 1SA 25:37 and 2SA 18:14. The heart is the part of the soul where metabolized Bible doctrine resides and therefore the heart is to dominate the soul. When emotion takes over the believers thinking the heart is no longer in control and the believer is in emotional revolt of the soul.
Heathenism is the apostasy of the unbeliever in the state of negative volition, described in 2Pe 2. Heathenism is also the story of the unbeliever rejecting the Gospel, ROM 1:18-32.
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