Chitwood Arlen L. – Jude
I. The Great Apostasy
II. Contending for the Faith
III. Falling Away from the Faith
IV. Saved, but Afterward Destroyed
V. In Those Days
VI. And Also After That
VII. Defiling One’s High Calling
VIII. Woe Unto Them
IX. Behold the Lord Cometh
X. Mockers in the Last Time
XI. But Ye, Beloved…
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Bible Study on the biblical concept of Pastor is a short Bible Study on the biblical concept of Pastor. I look at the concept in the Bible in general terms and make observations.
Topics: Introduction | Where does "pastor" occur in the Bible | Why is there so much polemic about it? | Why is there so much polemic about it? | But, where is the problem really and truthfully?
Excerpt: Let's make the observation that the concept of a "pastor" is a verb. It means a person who takes spiritual care of people as a shepherd takes physical care of sheep. The word nor concept of "cowboy" ever occurs in the Bible. The difference of concepts is great between the two. See ch51 Cowboys versus Shepherds. Part of the problem here is that bad pastors are usually great, dynamic public relations people who know how to emotionally work people to get what they want. Excellent pastors follow Jesus and are meek and humble of spirit, so they don't toot their own horns.
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