Sunday, July 31, 2011


"Even as Abraham believed God, and it was accounted unto him for righteousness." (Galatians 3:6)  (See Galatians 3:11/"in the sight of God")   It passes all understanding how people can read this verse and the verses in Romans 4:1-16  and come away believing that Abraham was justified by Faith plus Works!  That is what the teaching of Modernism has done to Bible interpretation. They cloud the issue by bringing up James 2:24 (Ye see/Matthew 5:16) in the hopes of deceiving you into thinking that there is a separate plan of Salvation for the Jews, which is in fact "another gospel." (2 Corinthians 11:4) Even the Modernist who indulge in this fantasy call it "Galatianism."  They bring their bitter fruit of the poisonous tree to it's natural end by saying that "salvation in the tribulation is by works." (Getting your head chopped off)... All of this is after Jesus Christ has shed His precious Blood for the sins of the whole world.  (Galatians 2:21/1 John 2:2) So if you can earn it , (Why did He die?) takes on a new meaning when you read Galatians 3:21; "Is the law against the promises of God? God forbid: for "IF" there had been a law given which could have given life, verily righteousness should been by the law." The conclusion is this: (Romans 3:28) Why would God have Jesus Christ killed, if in fact a man could be justified by Faith plus works before the cross (Abraham) or after the cross. (tribulation saints)  I submit to you that "No Man" will be in Heaven boasting of how he got there! "Where is boasting then?" It is excluded. By what law? of works? NAY: but by the law of faith."  (Romans 3:27)                 DGL  You may Email me:

Wednesday, July 27, 2011


ALL THINGS:    "For these be the days of vengeance, that all things which are written may be "fulfilled." (Luke 21:22/Mark 1:15/Galatians 4:4/ Ephesians 1:10/Daniel 9:24) Now you can look at these scriptures in many different ways, but let's follow logic and reason! (1) The statement by Jesus Christ (Mark 1:15) "The time is fulfilled" had to have a bearing on events that were current with His 1st Coming. (2) The prophecy in question was Daniel's 70th week (Daniel 9:24-27(  (3) The main thrust of the conversation/questions in Luke 21:7 had "very little" to do with the 2nd Coming of Christ. (4)  The scriptures in Isaiah 61:1,2 were separated in their completion by the span of a 40 year generation, approximately from 30 AD to 70 AD.  (Luke 4:19-the acceptable year of the Lord ----Luke 19:44/Isaiah 10:3-the day of his vistation----Luke 21:22-the days of vengeance)     DGL

Saturday, July 16, 2011


If you are traveling through this world and it is not your home, then just remember as a Christian, that  you are a pilgrim and a stranger here!  You are looking for a heavenly home of New Jerusalem, which is on Mount Zion.  If your sins are under the Blood of Jesus Christ, then we extend to you the right hand of fellowship.  In the Land of Goshen (our preserved state) God says "When I see the Blood, I will pass over you." (Exodus 12:13)  If you are not a Born Again Christian then I invite you to receive the FREE Gift of Eternal Life!  (Romans 6:23)  Please do not say that no on has ever invited you to the marriage supper of the Lamb.  "And whosoever will, let him take the water of life freely."  (Revelation 22:17(d)        DGL   

Thursday, July 14, 2011


Once saved, always saved...(OSAS)  seems to be a burr under the saddle of people that reject the words of Christ.  The Lord Jesus Christ makes clear in the Gospel of John, (John 5:24) that the preservation of the saved soul is in the hands of the Saviour!  The doubter shows his distrust in God and His word by not believing in Eternal Security.  If God can not save and keep a soul and usher him all the way to Heaven, safe in the sweet arms of Jesus, then He is a powerless and impotent God.  If a saved person, with all his sins forgiven, (Colossians 2:14) can die and go to Hell...then the question would have to be asked....What are the charges against him?  Festus sald to King Agrippa in Acts 25:22-27 regarding the Apostle Paul being sent to court and the charges against him;  "For it seemeth to me unreasonable to send a prisoner, and not withal to signify the charges laid aginst him."   (Acts 25:27)      Romans 8:32 says;  " Who shall lay anything to charge of God's elect? It is God that justifieth." If a sinner whose sins are forgiven through the cross of Calvary (1 John 2:12) can die and go to Hell...then the question must be asked of those that disbelieve in OSAS, "Where is your trust/faith in God?" Opponents of this doctrine use the terminology "Once Saved Always Saved," when in reality the truth lies in your definition of Eternal Life!   My belief is this; Once eternal life can not end, just as I believe in the eternal destruction/punishment of the unbeliever!    Faith conquers doubt!          (Romans 8:37/14:23(c)                                        DGL