The Crucible Act 2 Analysis

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three witnesses: 29. How much more surer punishment, suppose ye, shall he be thought worthy, who hath trodden underfoot the Son of God, and hath counted the blood of the covenant, wherewith he was sanctified, an unholy thing, and hath done despite unto the spirit of grace?”
Zeph. 1:6.;Luke 12:45-47
Luke 9:62 “No man having put his hand to the plough, and looking back is fit for the kingdom of God,”
We must now ask ourselves what the foregoing scriptures mean.
It is possible that we are interpreting these scriptures wrongly and if this is so, then what exactly do they mean?
Luke 11:24-26 is frightening: It essentially warns that when the enemy finds that the place is clean, but open to sin, he comes back with demons seven times stronger than
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Our character must go through positive if not radical change, as we recognize our weaknesses bringing them to the Holy Spirit to be dealt with; casting down imaginations and every high thing that work against the knowledge of God and bringing them into subjection to the obedience of Christ.
God emphasized His disdain for complacency when He declared that being neither hot nor cold was disgusting and He would spew the lukewarm thing out of His mouth. Jude 3 instucts us to : “…contend for the faith…” God is a God of order and He expects us to be obedient in the strictest sense of the word. This is the reason why we should be in communication with God according to Francis Shaeffer on a moment by moment, not just a day to day thing, but on a moment by moment basis.
The meaning of the word ‘contend’ in Strong’s Concordance 1864 Greek ĕpagönizŏmai to struggle for, earnestly contend for, 75, to compete for a prize, to struggle, endeavour to accomplish something, fight, labor fervently, strive, 73, fight race , a contest held.
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Strong’s Concordance 7665 Hebrew: shâbar. Bring to the birth, break down in pieces crush, destroy and hurt. The word breach is also breech used in the delivery room by doctors and midwives when the baby is brought to the birth, but cannot proceed due to wrong positioning. This becomes a medical challenge and may cost the mother’s or child’s life, if not both. To repair this life threatening problem with haste, the delivery team is galvanized into swift action to correct this and the obstetrician could even request a Caesarean section or surgical intervention. Taking this allegory seriously, we will recognize the similarity with the denominational strife and relational impasse. The Body of Christ is expected to flow in the same stream, but it’s an upstream struggle. Bear in mind that the Body of Christ is Outer Court, Inner court and Holy of Holies. Outside the Camp is for another level

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