Will Those Deceived by False Prophets Still Enter the Kingdom of God?

Episode 535 Show Notes 

From the Show

The sad thing is there are sheep, sincere followers of Jesus, that get caught up in these lies. And I think God is going to be merciful to them but if somebody goes all the way and they embrace that doctrine … then they will not be saved.

—Adriel Sanchez

Questions in this Episode

1. If Jesus had limited knowledge due to his human nature, does he now have full omniscience being seated at the right hand of the Father?

2. Why is David allowed to eat the Bread of Presence in 1 Samuel 21? Leviticus 24 sounds pretty straight forward that only the priests and their family could eat the bread. I understand that Jesus makes reference to this event in Luke 6 in order to show the Pharisees that they were incorrect about how to interpret the Law, and that he, being God, knew and applied the proper interpretation of the Law. Still, I don’t understand why David was allowed to eat the bread in the first place.

3. Can you follow a false prophet into the kingdom of God?

4. If we are born in sin, how could Jesus not be a sinner in that he was born to a sinner?

5. I hear the word love used so many different times, and it seems like everyone has a different interpretation. How can it be interpreted so many different ways?

Resources

Knowing God by J. I. Packer

God, Greed, and the (Prosperity) Gospel: How Truth Overwhelms a Life Built on Lies by Costi Hinn

Putting Amazing Back into Grace: Embracing The Heart Of The Gospel by Michael Horton

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