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Where Is This Promise Paul Is Referring To?
Paul says that the Old Testament made a promise about the coming of the gospel in the future...
Paul, a servant of Christ Jesus, called to be an apostle and set apart for
the gospel of God the gospel he promised beforehand through his
prophets in the Holy Scriptures.
John Darby says in his commentary...
So basically the promise of this Gospel was to come and this promise is supposedly found in the Old Testament. However, when one reads the Old Testament he does not find even the word 'gospel' to be there. So if the word 'gospel' is no where to be found in the Old Testament then how can the Old Testament promise the Gospel of Jesus to come later on in the future. Is it possible that it did and that we do not have it in our possession today? Or did Paul make a false statement?
Christians should not come up and start bringing out the so called prophecies of the Old Testament that refer to Jesus. Because that is not what Paul says. Paul did not say that the Holy Scriptures contain a promise of Jesus to come, but his GOSPEL. So where is that promise?
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