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Roger Teale 03"The preacher sought to find out acceptable words: and that which is written was upright, even words of truth." Ecclesiastes 12:10".

In acknowledgment of the authority of doctrine revealed through me, it is entirely by His grace that I am set as a Prophet in the Church. The Apostle Paul reminds us that our Christian revelation owes nothing to human wisdom, and therefore we should not rely upon it.

Man with his natural mind has clearly accomplished great things. However the spiritual content and understanding of Scripture is absolutely hidden from him. The things of the Spirit of God are only revealed to the minds of those who can spiritually discern them. In seeking "to find out acceptable words:" the Bible is the inspired Word of God.

Divine revelations were given by God and received by men. These revelations because of their source are infallible which makes them the absolute final authority in all matters of faith and conduct. It should be understood that God by His Holy Spirit revealed His thoughts and purpose plenary-verbally to men and women of different personalities, characteristics, culture, traits, and emotions.

The Holy Spirit the guardian of truth has preserved the words of God from any error, omission or inaccuracy. The Word of God is timeless and unchanging and therefore speaks to every generation. When God speaks and it is written, who on earth can change it? This where faith can be justified. Throughout scripture the requirement to believe is a mandate for receiving from God that which He has promised. Personal belief is the choice every individual has the right to make.

Belief requires evidence to justify that belief. Believing faith is the full trust with confidence and mental certitude in the source whether there be any objective evidence or not. "Faith is the substance of things hoped for the evidence of things not seen" Hebrews 11:1

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The Holy Spirit teaches the Christian all things that are prepared for them, even the deep things of God. These words we speak are not words of man's wisdom, but what is learned by the Spirit of Truth, which results in the building of spiritual discernment. The application of discerned truth causes the Christian to take a credible intellectual acceptance of the revealed will of God. To this applied faith God responds supernaturally, with the evidence of His power.

- Roger Teale
 
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