Nearly all seminaries seem to avoid the basic distinction between spirit, soul, and body.
Distinctions that the Apostle Paul and the writer of Hebrews clearly pointed out as an
underlying force in the personal understanding of what God has done on our behalf, and
how he is always pressing us forward toward maturity on the path of righteousness. This is
not something that we must wait for in the age to come, but much of that completeness
is for God’s people right now, today, as we rest in his faithfulness and promises of the
wholeness that he has given his children for this life. We must learn to express our trust in
God by releasing ourselves to follow through with the actions that are necessary to validate and express our true identity to the world around us.
… let us press on to maturity, not laying again a foundation of repentance from dead works and of faith toward God...(Hebrews 6:1).
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