08-09-2009, 06:57 PM
(08-09-2009 06:39 PM)Vic Wrote: [ -> ](08-09-2009 06:18 PM)karebear Wrote: [ -> ]I am new here and am pretty sure that I've already been asked to leave, but I'm open minded to learn and so have continued reading posts.
That's really enough of that type of talk karebear. If you were going to be banned you would be given fair warning. You have been given unofficial warning so far, ie. regarding your first 3 posts. It's not adding up on your warning info. Yet.
Im sorry, i dont know what your policies are in that regard, i just dont feel very welcome, i feel attacked. Perhaps its just my perception and not your intention, if so please forgive me.
Thank you for your reply. I agree with you 100%! I understand what you are saying about he old and new covenant, legalism etc.
I just have not seen that teaching at El Shaddai and I am sure my Mom would have spotted it in her 5 years there.
If what you say is true about El Shaddai then I certainly do not want any part of it.
Would you be able to show me where it is being taught by Pastor Biltz?
You are right, I am excited about learning about the feast days and Gods appointed times etc as they all confirm Christ as the Messiah and the fulfillment of the law, and its like being a new Christian again, except that i have a lot of study and a good foundation already. I've always had a heart for Israel, though i cannot say why, its just always been there. Maybe its just because my boss is a Jewish Carpenter as they say.
oh and i wanted to add that before i came to El Shaddai i attended another HR church with my mom but something was just not right with it. I did not go back. I think i spotted a ridiculous amount of legalism and a fanatical kind of atmosphere that bothered me. My mother went on her first trip to Israel with them and when she got back she left that church, she said they were getting into some really unbiblical doctrine.
So they are not all the same i think.