Many leaders teach or preach falsely. Most is based on misinformation, a worldview perspective, legalism or a syncretistic doctrine. For example, a portion of scripture such as, “…where two or three gather in my name, there am I [Jesus] in the midst” (Matthew 18:20), may be used out of context or ignorantly. One may think that this means that if two or more individuals are praying about a matter or are agreeing about what they believe concerning a matter, then Father God will come into their midst. However, this phrase in the context in which it was used is empty babbling. It’s religiously-false because it suggests that God isn’t Omnipresent!
Conversely, Matthew chapter 18, verse 20 is based on Church discipline. In essence, Jesus is teaching His disciples how to resolve conflict, discrepancies or when one sins against another what to do. In other words, if after bringing the matter to proper leadership—two, three or perhaps more [biblically/Kingdom minded] wise and mature leaders in the church,—and they each agree relevant to the resolution of the issue or a behavior at hand, then God will establish it or show it to be true. There’s nothing that the Lord won’t establish according to His word. Besides, He is always present, and is in every place. Hence, God is Omnipresent. He will never leave or forsake us.
Having knowledge of the word of God for every encounter in our life is vital in our relationship with Him. It comes first through fearing or reverencing Him. The Holy Spirit’s teaching, Heaven’s revelation, supernatural wisdom, and spiritual understanding aids in this knowledge. To add, it will show us how to biblically interact with all people.
Be not deceived, God is not mocked. In Proverbs chapter one, verse 7 it says for instance, fools are secular humanist. In other words, they base their knowledge, devices or wisdom on “self” without regard to reason or reverence for a Holy Father God.
In conclusion, get knowledge, get understanding. Without true biblical knowledge, unbeknownst to us, our perspective of the Bible becomes diluted to the end that we will be [stay] seated under empty babbling, false doctrine or religious teaching. All of which is misinformation. And what we take into our spirits or think, we will become that. Let’s get back to the truth, fear God! Say this with me: “Father give me revelation!” “I am God fearing!” “‘We are the ministry of reconciliation!’ ‘We are the redeemers!'”
The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge; fools despise wisdom and discipline. Proverbs 1:7
Timothy, guard what has been entrusted to you. Avoid the pointless discussions and contradictions of what is falsely called knowledge. 1 Timothy 6:20
For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I among them. Mathew 18:20
Do two walk together, unless they have agreed? Amos 3:3
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