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Inspiration or anointed maybe excited??

 
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Post Inspiration or anointed maybe excited?? Cojak
I have been around the COG all my life. I have heard the terms anointed applied to sermons/messages many times.

Fundamental preachers 'styles and abilities' vary. Most people consider the 'excited preacher as anointed' and the steady 'teacher type message' as "ONLY TEACHING" . The 'ONLY TEACHING" ATTITUDE continually worries me. I and many other people have been blessed to our core with a solid BIBLE centered calmly delivered message.

At the Old Camp Meetings style meetings I was blessed and learned more in the 'Morning Bible teaching.' One has always stuck out in my mind it occurred in the early 1960s. It was a Missouri Campmeeting teaching was done by Charles Conn. The BEST I have ever heard and methinks it was anointed, at least that is what I felt.

Can we be mistaken by excitement and anointing?

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Post Cojak...yep Aaron Scott
People who can't discern will blindly claim someone is "anointed" when they are just good a DELIVERING a sermon. Hon. Dr. in Acts-celeratology
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Post Terminology roughridercog
I believe that it might be more correct for someone to say they have an "unction" than an anointing. If there is a call on your life, God has already anointed or set you apart. If there is a deep prompting or enthusiasm by the Holy Spirit, wouldn't "unction" be more correct?
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Post Re: Terminology Cojak
roughridercog wrote:
I believe that it might be more correct for someone to say they have an "unction" than an anointing. If there is a call on your life, God has already anointed or set you apart. If there is a deep prompting or enthusiasm by the Holy Spirit, wouldn't "unction" be more correct?

I hadn't thought of that. It is definitely a good point, language and terminology can get mixed by we neophytes. Embarassed
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Aaron Scott wrote:
People who can't discern will blindly claim someone is "anointed" when they are just good a DELIVERING a sermon.


There are definitely those orators who can stir the depths of listeners, they also make good salesmen. Cases in point the Politicians who have 'The Gift' of communications. Wink Smile
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