The reason why the man and woman of faith cannot understand God's plans is because of the character of disobedience and rebellion on which they build their life and ministry, because in their religious search for God, they seek one that will meet their own needs,
The theme of the Lamb of God is introduced in the proclamation of the Gospel for the first time by John the Baptist; it is John who presents Jesus as the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world,
God is no respecter of persons, this is the first establishment of Truth and Righteousness that the Scripture presents regarding the Essence and Nature of God... The presence of a righteous person causes the region to be blessed, and the judgments which weigh upon it to be halted or postponed, not to deliver its inhabitants from judgment for their evil establishments and to set them free, but to give them opportunity for the inhabitants to come to repentance,...
Many men and women of God have become contaminated with apostasy, for knowing that Jesus was not born on the dates when the pagan world celebrates his birth, they celebrate equally, thereby incurring an alliance with darkness. To accept Christmas and celebrate it as a religious holiday accepted by the Scriptures is to accept an apostate doctrine. It is a doctrine that numbs the discernment, that dissipates the senses, and that subjects us to the demonic hosts that operate in the heavenly regions.
The Preaching of the Cross is an introductory material to the themes of salvation as preached in the early years of the founding of the Church; a material to know the fundamentals of the Gospel of the Kingdom and the hope of our salvation by faith.
In the case of Adam and Eve, the curse entered because of their disobedience to the Word of God, it was necessary for Jesus to demolish that foundation of curse by submitting to obedience, so when He established the purpose of His presence on earth, He said, And he that sent me is with me: the Father hath not left me alone; for I do always those things that please him. John 8:29
In spiritual matters there is what is known as a “legal right” which consists of the “permission” that Satan acquires to operate in a person, or in a place, because of the opportunity that the person, or the place, gave him to do so. Spiritual warfare consists of “distorting” the authority of the opponent, that is, canceling the “legal right” of the enemy in order to be able to rebuke and subject all his activity;