I do believe, I do believe, I do believe, I do believe!


In order to better state the purpose of The Gospel According to the Gospel I have added a statement of belief page called Uncommon Belief.  It is my hope and purpose to help people see the gospel of scripture as taught in our New Testament scriptures.

My Book The Gospel According to the Gospel and my postings are dedicated to proving what I have written below.  So every time you read one of my postings you will see evidence of one or more of these statements of belief.

  1. The New Testament teaches, believers in Jesus Christ are not saved and have a hope of salvation.
  2. The New Testament teaches, faith is hoping for what we do not yet have.
  3. The New Testament teaches, into this hope we were saved.
  4. The New Testament teaches, no one hopes for what he has.
  5. The New Testament teaches, believers will be given their salvation when Christ returns.
  6. The New Testament teaches, believers need to remain in Christ in order to be saved at His coming.
  7. The New Testament teaches, believers waiting for their salvation can turn away from the faith that would have saved them.
  8. The New Testament teaches, God speaks things that are not as if they were in our gospel when it says we have been saved.
  9. The New Testament teaches, our gospel wasn’t first preached in the book of Matthew.
  10. The New Testament teaches, that our gospel we put our hope in for salvation was first preached at Mt. Sinai.
  11. The New Testament teaches, believers are credited righteousness.
  12. The New Testament teaches, believers will be given righteousness when Christ returns.
  13. The New Testament teaches, that our credited righteousness is nothing more than what God credited Abraham.
  14. The New Testament teaches, that it wasn’t through the cross that God introduced credited righteousness since this was done through Abraham.
  15. The New Testament teaches, that through Christ we share in the credited righteousness that God gave Abraham.
  16. The New Testament teaches, that the credited righteousness that was given to Abraham was for him and his descendants. 
  17. The New Testament teaches, we become Abraham’s descendants when we put our hope in Christ.
  18. The New Testament teaches the sign of credited righteousness in the Old Covenant is circumcision.
  19. The New Testament teaches the sign of the credited righteousness in the New Covenant is the deposit of the Holy Spirit.
  20. The New Testament teaches, we are eternally secure when Christ returns to give us our salvation.
  21. The New Testament teaches, that we did not go to plan “B” when Adam sinned.  We have been on plan “A” and forever will be on plan “A”.
  22. The New Testament teaches, there is a faith found in the Law.
  23. The New Testament teaches, those who put their hope in the faith found in the Law were credited the righteousness that God gave Abraham.
  24. The New Testament teaches, those who put their hope in the Law of the faith, reject God’s righteousness that comes by faith.

2 thoughts on “I do believe, I do believe, I do believe, I do believe!

  1. Amen! Amen! …especially # 21 concerning plan ‘A’. Nothing happened in God’s Eden that was not ordained and purposed by Him. No being was present in God’s Eden who was not placed there by Him. God is soveriegn. No power in heaven nor earth can usurp His authority and purposes. NO POWER! God’s plan for man, man’s ‘fall’ and ‘redemption’ continue to progress smoothly…according to plan ‘A.’

    Again, Amen!

    Carolyn / internetelias.wordpress.com

  2. “It was granted to him to make war with the saints and to overcome them…” (Rev. 13:7)

    In the 1990s, prophecy teachers Marvin Rosenthal, Charles Cooper, and the late Robert Van Kampen, taught a great multitude of blood washed saints will overcome the Beast during the Great Tribulation (Rev. 7:9-14). I praise God for their faithfulness in spreading this critical revelation. But like so many others they stop short of preaching the whole truth. They teach the saints overcome the Beast isn’t about losing one’s salvation. In their minds a person can never be lost once they are saved. The falling away from the faith is only for pretenders. These ministers can teach the sequence of events warning our Lord’s coming is near, but reject the eternal consequences. Sadly, they can see the truth in one area but be blinded in another. This is why anyone teaching the saints overcome by the Beast will not lose their salvation is taking away from the prophecy of Revelation.

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