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Series: The Spirit and the Word

It’s amazing but when you think about it God left two things of Himself behind for us on this Earth. Of course He owns all creation – but the two things of Himself that He left for us are – His Spirit and His Word. Join Berni Dymet this week, as he explores God’s amazing plan of Spirit and Word – from A Different Perspective.

Episode 1. The Letter of the Law

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Sometimes we can look at God’s Word – the Bible and think of it as a book of rules.  But it turns out that this notion that God is all about the letter of the law is way off the mark. Sometimes we can look at God’s word, the Bible and think of it as […]

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Episode 1. The Letter of the Law

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Sometimes we can look at God’s Word – the Bible and think of it as a book of rules. But it turns out that this notion that God is all about the letter of the law is way off the mark. Sometimes we can look at God’s word, the Bible and think of it as […]

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Episode 2. The Law of the Spirit

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No matter how much we want to believe that God is a God of grace, we all at some point end up living life as though He’s a God of rules … the law of His Spirit and life can seem a long way off. No matter how much we want to believe that God […]

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Episode 3. Love Letter from God

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When you think about it, God’s gone to amazing lengths to preserve His love letter to us down through the centuries. You know the Bible. Yeah – that’s it – His love letter to us. When you think about it, God’s gone to amazing lengths to preserve His love letter to us down through the […]

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Episode 4. Understanding the Letter

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Once people get over the fact that the Bible isn’t a bunch of do’s and don’ts, the biggest thing that stops them from reading it is that it doesn’t make sense. You know … once people get over the fact that the Bible isn’t just a bunch of do’s and don’ts, the biggest thing that […]

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Berni Dymet

Mark, according to that logic, you shouldn’t eat any shellfish – lobsters, prawns, etc. They were considered unclean. So were a whole bunch of other animals too for that matter. Not just pork. And in Acts Chapter 10:9-16 Peter in his vision, was instructed to eat them. Don’t want to eat pork? Fine. But please don’t over-spiritualise the decision. Me? I love a great meal of roast pork. 🙂



Mark

Hi Berni,
I agree with most of your message but at the end you said and I quote,”Part of me agrees with that because if we try and understand the Bible as just a bunch of rules, what we discover is that some apply to us today, like murder and adultery and stuff. But others, like the Levitical sacrificial system, no pork, no crustaceans, a whole bunch of stuff that doesn’t.”
No pork? It has been scientificly proven that God knew what he was talking about when he said no pork. Pork was unclean and was bad for the human body.
I know you were talking about to-day and right now, but I still think it has ramifications on to-day world.
Just to let you know where I stand on this, I try not to eat any pork but I don’t make a fuss if I have to eat it.
Even though they (the pig farmers) grow the pigs in a clean invironment I still think they can’t change Gods creation. By this I mean, take an unclean animal and make it clean.
If you don;t agree with me that’s fine because everyone has their own conscience which is driven by the Holy Spirit.

Thanks for reading my comment,
Mark



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