Published by Jerry Baysinger on 15 Oct 2020

AND GOD SAID….

From time to time I get questions about how do I know “GOD said….”, and that’s a fair question, deserving an answer. I’ve been in church services where the minister said before almost every sentence “And God said…”, but in my spirit I knew God said no such thing to them. How can I state that so boldly? Simple: it didn’t line up with God’s written Word.

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Published by Jerry Baysinger on 01 Jun 2018

SIGNS FOLLOWING

On the day of Pentecost, when the Holy Spirit was poured out on those gathered in the upper room worshipping God, the power of God began manifesting mightily in signs and wonders through the believers. Some people think that only the original disciples did signs and wonders, but that isn’t the case at all. What good would it have been if the Holy Spirit only did miracles for the original disciples, then quit after they died? Well, it would have given the body of Christ a jump start, alright, but it would have soon fizzled out. And “fizzling out” isn’t what God had in mind at all on Pentecost. It was only the BEGINNING!

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Published by Jerry Baysinger on 25 Apr 2014

JUST THE FACTS

There used to be a TV show called “Dragnet” about a policeman named Joe Friday whose catchphrase was “Just the facts”. In the course of his investigation there were often theories about this or that, but he wasn’t interested in theories, “just the facts”.  Well, that’s me.  As you know, I teach about a lot of Bible subjects, but mostly about healing.  And do you know what?  I don’t give a hoot about anyone’s theory about this or that, all I’m interested in are the FACTS!  Everywhere I go there are people who think this or that about the Bible, and yes, I do too, BUT what we think doesn’t count.  What DOES count is what the Bible says, for it contains the sum knowledge of what is revealed by God to mankind.  Yes, the Holy Spirit speaks to believers, but what He says ALWAYS agrees with the written Word of God.  And what about the times when the “voice of the Holy Spirit” doesn’t agree with the Word, such as “NEW REVELATION?  Pitch it. Continue Reading »