The fourth video of our continuing series on Spirit Filled Theology, which is the third and last of my sub-series regarding “The End of Cessationism,” is embedded above for your viewing and study. Therein, I examine the fact that the so-called “apostolic age” (a misleading term as used by Cessationists) is NOT “over” or “ceased” because the general office of apostle (along with prophets, evangelists, pastors, and teachers) is still existent today. So in reality, we are living today in the very same CHURCH AGE that the first Christians began. This age will not end until Jesus returns and establishes “the age to come” (see Matt. 12:32; Mk. 10:30; Luke 18:30; Eph. 1:21; Heb. 6:5, etc.).

To provide further detail for this teaching, I am also experimenting with my viewing audience by providing you a PDF full of notes and many more Scripture references than those used within the video above. BOTH resources (i.e., the video and the PDF) cover some information not found in the other, so they are complimentary. Nevertheless, to keep the size of the video manageable, the PDF provides the many more citations available to fully elaborate on this subject. It also contains a couple of related tangent topics that you will likely find very interesting.


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Please share your thoughts about the additional PDF below in the comments section. Discussion of the overall subject matter is encouraged too. 😀

Oh, and the article I mentioned at the close of this video episode, in which my personal testimony is given, is The Supreme Value of Righteousness on our main website, Enjoy! 🙂


4 thoughts on “Spirit Filled Theology (Part 4): The End of Cessationism Pt 3

  1. I am printing the notes. I am sure they will be helpful. thank you for supplying them. I also shared your teaching on Facebook

    • Yes, indeed! This series is nowhere near done. However, I need to finish up some other projects before I return to doing videos. I hope to get back on track with these by Summer 2019, Lord willing. And all prayers are welcome and appreciated! 🙂

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