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Jesus Is Lord By Holy Ghost

In first Corinthians Chapter 12:3 we find the following verse," Wherefore I give you to understand, that no man speaking by the Spirit of God calleth Jesus accursed: and that no man can say that Jesus is the Lord, but by the Holy Ghost." What is the meaning of this scripture to you?

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I know my true brothers and sisters by thoes who can confess without reservation that Jesus is God. it takes a revelation from the Spirit of God because, many and the most popular, views on the Godhead are a bit skewed. Referance my faviorte scripture Col 2:9-10.
---Kraus on 1/10/08

Many people "believe" that Jesus is Lord, but don't confess it because even the demons believe and it's not enough. Out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks. We can only confess Jesus is Lord if we have the Holy Spirit abiding in us and through us. He bears witness of the TRUTH in us. Amen?
---Donna9759 on 1/10/08

Jesus said He would send us the comforter. Then He said He would come to us. I believe we have to have Jesus's spirit come to us to open our spiritual eyes as to who He really is. Without a Holy revelation, Jesus was a prophet who lived in Israel. Or worse, He was a human with divine unction. He is God. Amen.
---mikefl on 10/6/06

Jack & Donna.....Sweeeeet! I couldn't of said it any better.JESUS is LORD!
---JIM on 10/6/06

[Cont.]... The lack of the proclamation of this deception is endured by most, ignored by others, & used by some as an enticement or attraction to the doctrine of a pre-trib "rapture" of the church, that produces a complacency and false sense of security advocated by the Jezebels & Balaams of this man made religious system to increase the monetary gain of it's advocates thru this fornication of God's word.
---joseph on 10/6/06

[Cont.]...The mystery of iniquity is a lack or absence of an expressed concern for the deception that is that strong delusion to be sent of the Father to those bound & obscured by a refusal to except the truth concerning the second coming of Jesus & the deceiver, the spurious messiah that will proceed Him. [Cont.
---joseph on 10/6/06

I agree 100% with Jack & Donnas' responses on this topic, with this addition, no man speaking by the Spirit of God will ever call Jesus accursed, that would be impossible, for the Spirit of God would never blaspheme our Savior.

Mima. I gave some thought to & I would like to respond to another question you posted but now seems to be missing. "What is the Mystery of Iniquity" [Cont.]....
---joseph on 10/6/06

Paul was comparing idols to Jesus, and he said those whom speak by God's Spirit, namely the Holy Spirit, are not able to call Jesus accursed, that is a sinner; and also no one is able to say that Jesus is the Lord God Almighty except by the Holy Ghost. So there are many idols and heroes of false religions that are dead, but there is only one proved perfect and Resurrected Lord God Almighty, namely Jesus.
---Eloy on 10/5/06

It means that the Holy Spirit gives the gift of faith to believe in Jesus and to be able to call Him Lord.
---Jack on 10/5/06

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