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Then in John 16:13 He assures us that the Holy Spirit will show us things to come: Howbeit when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all truth ... and he will show you things to come. God is omniscient. He has all the facts, knowledge, and insight about us. But He wants us to know them too. Some Christians just aren't interested or curious enough about the future to bother asking. When I ask other believers how they feel about the future, I get a variety of responses. Listed here are a few with my response to them.
5. New Commitment To Personal Holiness The first wave in the early 20th century went to extremes regarding dress codes, legalism, and a rigid list of do's and don'ts. Holiness was reduced to an external. The second wave at mid-century swung like a pendulum the other way, taking a passive attitude about world separation and holy living. The new wave will equalize the positions of extreme legalism and extreme permissiveness. Like a pendulum that settles for the middle, it will normalize with an awesome holiness and righteousness befitting the Church of the Living God.
Paul told the Ephesians to endeavor to keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace. The Holy Spirit is the unifier and uses the Word of God, rhema and logos, as the agent for bringing unity. Doctrine will never unite the Church. Doctrines divide. Modes of water baptism will never unite the Church. The Church has fought for centuries over sprinkling, pouring, immersing, infant baptism, and adult baptism. Eschatology, the doctrine of future things, won't unite the Church. The present-day Church is fragmented with over twenty different views on the coming of the Lord.