THE ROADS CHURCH - NC & MTC
LET NO ONE DECEIVE YOU
Sunday, Oct 18, 2020 - Part 1
Locations & Times
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  • The Roads Church - NC
    583 US-45, Norris City, IL 62869, USA
    Sunday 8:30 AM, Sunday 10:30 AM
  • eRoads Family
    Sunday 8:30 AM, Sunday 10:30 AM
  • The Roads Church - Mt. Carmel, IL
    715 W 3rd St, Mt Carmel, IL 62863, USA
    Sunday 10:15 AM
Who was the audience?

- "Brethren" - The Church, believers, followers of Jesus

What was the topic?

- “Concerning the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ and our gathering together to Him”

What was the directive?

- Not to be soon:

1) Shaken in Mind - To be unsettled and waver back and forth in your emotions and attitude, way of thinking, and decision making

- Shaken - salĕuō - Waver or shake back and forth; to become emotionally unsettled and distraught—to become unsettled, to be deeply distressed, to be upset

- Mind - nŏus - Facility of understanding, reasoning, and deciding; a way of thinking, attitude

2) Troubled - thrŏĕō - Be in a state of fear, alarmed or frightened




What could cause us to be shaken in mind or troubled?

Source of information:

1) Spirit - Revelation from God (God “told” or “showed” me)
- Ex: Prophesies

2) Word - What someone tells you, the information you receive
- Ex: Did you hear?

3) Letter - What you read/Watch
- Ex: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Google, YouTube, News



Let Deceive - ĕxapataō - To lead out of the right way, To cause someone to have misleading or erroneous views concerning the truth

Deceive - Webster - To mislead, cause to believe or accept as true what is false or to disbelieve what is true

Means - trŏpŏs - How something is done, how it happens: Spirit, Word or Letter

Falling away - apŏstasia - (apostasy, rejection) - Defection from the truth, abandonment, rebellion, defiance of authority, act in complete opposition to its demands.
Take heed - blĕpō - To see, be aware of, watch out for
Depart - aphistēmi - To abandon a former relationship or association, disassociate, remove, forsake



Perilous - chalĕpŏs - Hard to bear, painful, difficult, violent, distressful, sufferings that reduce strength

Lovers - philautŏs - Self-centered affections for one’s own advantages to the exclusion of others.