Consented consent? ~ open question, to mentors, students, passers by

What are the observable and outward expressions of consent to work under these primary truths?

In the last days, God says, ‘I will pour out my Spirit on all people. Your sons and daughters will prophesy, your young men will see visions, your old men will dream dreams‘” (Acts 2:17, NIV).


” …  a crowd came together … each one heard … in his own language …”(Acts 2:6).

Great labor distinguishes Indwelling Fullness of the Holy Spirit as a mandatory prerequisite for outward labor in the world.

In simplest terms, not fancy, what are observable, outward expressions of consent?

What is adequately consented consent?

In contrast to what?

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6 thoughts on “Consented consent? ~ open question, to mentors, students, passers by”

  1. It is when they do it. The action is the consented consent. It is talk if it is no action.

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  2. Hard to know until under pressure. Minimum is an objectified expression with human emotion and thought beyond computer routines, while Zombies are borderline, shopping carts pushed around as homes by homeless poor depend on where they are in relation to your driveway, about when we turn into Zombies.

  3. “What’s Up, Doc?”

    At least Bugs Bunny worked for the “Disassociated Press.”

    “At this point Festus interrupted Paul’s defense. ‘You are out of your mind, Paul, he shouted, “Your great learning is driving you insane!'” (Acts 26:24, NIV).

    It was likely Festus who feared a homeless vagabond Paul pushing his grocery cart-home all around the Roman Empire, and parking in Festus’ royal and gated driveway.

  4. “We would like all strong males to come to the front of the aircraft to handle a problem passenger.”

    This was on the Delta flight that was bound for Atlanta on the Newsweek report

    This message was clear, so the sign of consent was when the strong males came forward.

  5. It is the same problem with the strong men.

    We discussed it very long on the previous forum. Each one who thinks he has ‘common sense’ is convinced he has the perfect amount of common sense.

    The strong men can look crazy like Paul. Paul was strong. He did not care about the accusation that he was crazy. Paul kept going and ignored the accusation.

    The strong men on the jet to Atlanta will find out if they are strong enough. They will know how strong they are when the men go all way up to the front of the jet and learn how big a problem the problem passenger is.

  6. Yes, this is what Father Malachi Martin, SJ, meant when he wrote about how young fools using psychology and counseling think they are strong, and then get killed doing exorcisms.

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