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The NEW 95 THESIS
Dr. Kluane Spake www.kluane.com dr.kluane@kluane.com
Here again, on October 31, 2016, I nail MY 95 thesis: Once again, it is time to bring Church reform.
On October 31, out of love for the truth, the Priest and Reverend Father Martin Luther, Master of Arts and Sacred Theology, nailed his 95 Thesis upon the door of the Wittenberg church. These statements stood against the current known truths of the Church.
Here are mine:
1. God is love.
2. He has a great unfolding plan.
3. That plan includes people.
4. His plan is for people to love.
5. His plan is to eternally live IN people, in order to express His eternal life and love through them (2 Cor. 4:10)
6. Jesus came to this world to inaugurate God’s new redemptive plan for humanity. He Loves the world.
7. Redemption allows believers to participate in God's love plan.
8. God is always ever present and tabernacles in the NOW. Emanuel.
9. Believers are to become conformed and transformed into the image of God.
10. They are to walk in the restored dominion authority of the Garden.
11. Jesus is held in the heavenlies until the fulfillment of all things (Acts 3:21). He’s waiting for people to be transformed.
12. Sin caused humans to miss the purpose of God, but redemption causes believers to be adopted as full heirs of God.
13. God’s plan to conform believers of all races, male and female, all ages, and all classes to His image.
14. Christ died for a total forgiveness of their past and present sins. We are pardoned from sins because of that inestimable gift of God.
15. Jesus initiated God’s message of Good News (Lu. 2:10 LB).
16. The unfolding Gospel of the power of God is non-judgmental, non-condemning love and new life.
17. Believers are entrusted with the privilege of enacting God’s mercy and compassion toward one another and the world..
18. Believers are already co-crucified with Christ (Rom. 6:6, 11, Col. 3:1-4) and do not need to die to the old man any longer. Wrongly emphasizing personal sacrifice denies the power of the resurrection. Believers died with Christ.
19. Believers are co-buried with Christ (Col. 2:12, Rom. 6:3-4).
20. Believers re co-resurrected with Christ (Col. 3:1, Rom. 6:9).
21. Jesus sat down and said that His work was finished (Heb. 4:3). All things are consummated in Christ.
22. Believers are co-seated in heavenly places with Christ (Eph. 2:5-6).
23. Believers are already made alive together with Christ (Eph. 2:1-2, 1 Cor. 15:23).
24. Christians are partners with God for His plan concerning every living human being.
25. Jesus offered up the only sacrifice that takes away the sins of the world (Jn. 1:29).
26. Believers are anointed of the Holy Spirit to do His work.
27. Jesus established a new covenant of mercy (Jn. 1:17, Heb. 8:8-10) where everyone should walk.
28. Redemption enables believers to possess or share all that exists only in Jesus.
29. Truth is revealed and proceeds ongoingly, giving greater revelation and consequent powerful demonstrations.
30. Jesus abolished the law and established a greater commandment (Jn. 13:34) -- To LOVE others.
31. The indwelling Christ, enables His miraculous love-power to be activated.
32. Jesus instituted a new priesthood (Heb. 8:6, 12:24, 9:11).
33. Believers are Christ’s body today on earth who image that priesthood.
34. Christ’s priesthood was Melchizedek, not Aaronic/Levitical.
35. The Melchizedek priesthood holds the power of endless life (Heb. 7:16).
36. Jesus made believers a community of Melchizedek priests LIKE Himself (1 Pet. 2:5). Not derived from another man.
37. Jesus has the power to save to the uttermost (Heb. 7:25).
38. Jesus has the power to restore the Kingdom and all things (Col. 1:20).
39. Believers have the individual power to draw near and fellowship with God.
40. They are able to communicate to others with the Gifts of God.
41. The doors of heaven are ever-opened and will not shut (Ps. 118:19, Rev. 22:14).
42. Jesus established potential for the total wholeness for the body, soul, and spirit.
43. Believers are to become whole and have a sound mind and body.
44. The body is the temple of God -- to be cared for and presented as a living sacrifice (Rom. 12).
45. Every day is holy and set apart.
46. Jesus initiated a new relationship and covenant with God (Je. 32:38-41, 2 Co. 6:16-18).
47. He birthed a new lifestyle for people to imitate (Jn. 1:4, 10:10, 11:25, 14:6, Rom. 5:21, 2 Ti. 1:10, Heb. 10:20, 1Jn. 5:12).
48. Believers become God’s honored representatives on earth.
49. Believers can incorporate the finished work of the cross and become a demonstration of His glory.
50. God’s infallible plan is to tell the untold, love the unlovely, heal the hurting, and activate God’s loving anointing.
51. Satan is a created being who is not able to create life.
52. John 5:19 states: “The whole world is most certainly under the control of the evil one.”
53. But, believers are not to be of this world (James 4:4, 1 Jn. 2:15-18) and therefore, not under the control of evil.
54. The Son of God came to earth to destroy the works of the evil one.
55. The enemy is defeated – now. Satan and evil have no jurisdiction over the believer unless he/she concedes it (1 Jn. 2:3, 4:4, 5:18, Rom. 6:14, Col. 1:13).
56. Each believer is a “son of God” who can also destroys evil works and subdue all God's enemies (1 Jn. 3:8, Eph. 1:19-23). Believers are As He is in this WORLD (1 Jn. 4:7). They have Divine authority over all the POWER (dunamis) of the enemy; and nothing shall by any means hurt them (Lk. 10:19).
57. Evil is overcome with good (Rom. 12:21).
58. Jesus became the Redemptive Seed that is planted in the hears to grow the TREE OF LIFE.
59. The POWER of God is the Gospel (Gal 2:16).
60. The Gospel enables people to live in victory above their circumstances.
61. Therefore, the gift of the Holy Spirit is accessible to each believer.
62. God created humanity for His glory (Is. 43:7).
63. They will declare His glory among the nations (I Chrn. 16:24) and all people.
64. Nations will open their eyes from darkness into light.
65. WHOLENESS brings us further into the glory of God (Mat. 5:16).
66. God’s holy Word is settled (Ps. 118:99).
67. All things are possible to those who believe (Matt. 19:26, Mk. 10:27).
68. Redemption provides for total forgiveness of sin and gives the ability to live with a cleansed conscience.
69. Redemption provides for health and soundness of mind and body.
70. The redeemed have the power to manifest God's breathtaking glory, authority, and power on earth.
71. The hatred of the old nature must be replaced with the New Creation.
72. Lord of the harvest brings laborers and rain on behalf of all humankind, that they be brought to repentance by the goodness and love of God.
73. God hastens to perform His Word and reveal to His people the abundance of peace, truth, health, prosperity, deliverance, safety, and abundant life.
74. The people of God should walk in absolute trust and confidence of His power, wisdom, and goodness.
75. The Word dwells within in all richness.
76. The Spirit of Death has no power over the believer.
77. The ransomed Christian walks in the Spirit of Life.
78. The giving of money should be a free will and generous act of the heart.
79. Givers should not be concerned about “the penalties of sacramental satisfaction” established by man.
80. A Christian can participate in all the freely granted blessings of Christ, without doing anything else. (Including indulgence letters).
81. Christians voluntarily choose pure motives and devoutness rather than wrongly motivated external activities.
82. Jesus is the Head of the Church; meaning He is the "source" of it.
83. The correct pattern allows certain individuals to hold the responsibility of Church leadership in love.
84. Without proper leadership there can be lawlessness, anarchy and disorder. (Ju. 21:23, 2 Peter 2:10, James 3:16). Leadership is not controlling “oversight” but rather undergirding encouragement.
85. Godly government gives security and freedom within a framework of order (Heb. 10:19-25).
86. God’s government is not hierarchical, nor ranking of superiority.
87. Leaders should guide with humility, wisdom, and without strife.
88. Godly leaders set aside their own preferences – in honor preferring and serving one another.
89. Leaders are to mature and equ
ip the saints, to enable them to (fully) walk in newness of life.
90. Every member should fully function according to their abilities (I Peter 2:5).
91. Continual repentance from sin is available for all (Acts. 3:19).
92. God’s people need to not act "big."
93. They need their talents optimized to fulfill their destiny.
94. In God there is ONLY goodness and no shadow nor variance of turning (Jms. 1:17).
95. There is no fear in life (or death) when anyone is secure in the Lord’s love.
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