EVERY PROMISE IN THE BOOK IS MINE

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Every promise in the bookevery promise, in the book, is mine. Every chapter, every verse and every line. All are blessings, of his love, divine. Every promise, in . Sensational Nightingales - Every Promise In The Book Is Mine Lyrics. Every promise in the book Every promise in the book is mine Every chapter, every verse . "Every promise in the Book is mine." And in our ignorance we'd sing it with vigor. Read the article to see why this is a problem to Christians.

If I belong to Christ, the full answer is clearly Yes.

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Both the No and the Yes are important to remember as we read promises in the Bible. Most of us begin our Christian lives with the Yes in full view, eagerly claiming promises.

I have the writer of Hebrews to thank, but let me start with Joshua.

That was a very specific promise, right? God had been with Moses in a unique way. Now God transferred the same assurance to Joshua. But the writer of Hebrews has no such qualms.

His confidence about one OT promise gives him boldness that he has inherited another, too. And the author of Hebrews is not just writing to Christian leaders like Moses or Joshua. Another common view is expressed in a popular song, often taught to children, but which forms some adult attitudes.

Now the Bible is filled with promises.

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Was Noah promised the same as Abraham? Was Moses promised that his sons would rule Israel as was David?

Was Paul promised that he would sit on one of the twelve thrones judging the tribes of Israel as was Peter? The answer is simple of course.

Every promise in the Book is not mine! But why not? We all hold erroneous views and we have to ask by what standard is truth judged?

Every Promise In The Book Is Mine

Is it the Bible or some church? If a church teaches that Christians today are the Spiritual Israel, does that mean believers today are a spiritual Israel?

If one church teaches that Christians should observe a sabbath of rest from sunset Friday to sunset Saturday, while another says Sunday replaced the seventh day of sabbath, while a third states that Gentile Christians were never commanded to keep any sabbath, which is correct, if any? Was Noah promised the same as Abraham? Was Moses promised that his sons would rule Israel as was David?

Was Paul promised that he would sit on one of the twelve thrones judging the tribes of Israel as was Peter? The answer is simple of course.

Every promise in the Book is not mine! But why not?

Every Promise In the Book Is Mine

We all hold erroneous views and we have to ask by what standard is truth judged? Is it the Bible or some church?

If a church teaches that Christians today are the Spiritual Israel, does that mean believers today are a spiritual Israel? If one church teaches that Christians should observe a sabbath of rest from sunset Friday to sunset Saturday, while another says Sunday replaced the seventh day of sabbath, while a third states that Gentile Christians were never commanded to keep any sabbath, which is correct, if any?

Without a consistent method of interpretation there is a danger that Christians feel the right to go through Scripture selecting the promises they want, like choosing food from a menu in a restaurant, selecting favorites and leaving ones not liked.

In other words, Christians go through selecting some promises and leaving others, selecting promises of blessing, but rejecting promises of judgement!God keeps his promises. If I belong to Christ, the full answer is clearly Yes.

Thus the basic of any consistent method of interpretation should be paying attention not only to what was said, but also to whom or of whom it is said. Whoever believes and is baptized will be saved, but whoever does not believe will be condemned. Did you ever do something as a kid and knew punishment was coming only to find that dad got preoccupied by something and the seriousness of the crime seemed to be forgotten?

So, is every promise in the book mine? When we read a promise of God and before we go to claim it in our lives, it is really important to know which category it falls in: There are questions that have to be answered: - Was it meant for a unique situation and given to a specific person or group of individuals?