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Doctrine of Negitive Volition Towards Doctrine

July 23, 2010

DOCTRINE OF NEGATIVE VOLITION Towards Doctrine

1.    Introduction.

A.    Negative volition is an attitude of refusal learn Bible doctrine.

B.    Negative volition is divided into two categories:

1)    Primary negative volition is the refusal to assemble for Bible teaching, the rejection of your right pastor and his authority.

2)    Secondary negative volition is the refusal to transfer doctrine from the left lobe to the right lobe.

4.    Negative volition is an attitude of refusal to use the rebound technique.

D.    Negative volition is an attitude of refusal to use “Operation KRY.”

E.    Negative volition is an attitude of refusal to use the faith-rest technique.

1)    This is the believer under secondary negative volition.

2)    He fails to appropriate promises, fails to utilize doctrine which he has already learned, fails to utilize the principles by mixing them with his faith.

F.    The term “inconsistent negative volition” is used to refer to the condition when a person takes in doctrine only when he is under pressure.

1)    He is an occasional hearer of the Word.

2)    This is the person who exposes himself to doctrine only when he wants something from God, or only when he is in a difficult situation in life.

3)    This is an inconsistency that leads to reversionism.

4)    This kind of people take in doctrine only when they want to use God.

a.    Saul had this problem.

b.    Saul wanted to use God when he was in a jam, but God wouldn’t answer him.

c.    Saul, then, went to the witch of Endor, held a seance, and still there was silence, until Samuel entered the picture.

G.    “Vulnerable negative volition” refers to condition in a believer’s life who takes in doctrine, but reacts to disillusion, boredom, discouragement, self-pity, frustration, or some other reactor factor until he becomes obsessed with the reactor factor.

1)    This is what happened to Saul.

2)    Saul’s reactor factor was jealousy toward David.

3)    From jealousy, he moved into a frantic search for happiness by trying to discredit and destroy David in vengeance.

4)    Saul advanced to reverse process reversionism and finally died the sin unto death.

4.    “Emotional negative volition” describes the believer who is functioning in emotional revolt of the soul.

1)    He uses his emotions as the criterion for everything.

2)    He becomes spiritually blind because he “feels” his way through life.

3)    “Feelings” become his modus vivendi.

a.    If he feels good, everything is all right.

b.    If he feels bad, there is something wrong.

c.    He is, therefore, a slave to his health, to his emotion, and to everything associated with stimuli or lack of stimuli.

2.    The principle of negative volition is found in John 8:43-45.

A.    Christ was perfect in His method of communication, yet people could not understand Him because they were arrogant, and which arrogance is the motivational evil of Satan’s cosmic system.

B.    These religious people lusted to do the deeds of Satan, namely, religious works.

C.    They would not believe the truth because they were living in the cosmic system.

4.    Negative volition gives heed to false doctrine referred to as “the doctrine of demons.”  1 Timothy 4:1

A.    This Satanic teaching of the lie is delegated to false teachers.

B.    Believers can get into the cosmic system and learn the doctrine of demons just like unbelievers can.

4.    How negative volition begins.  1 John 2:15-16

A.    The cosmic system is a tactical trap for the enslavement of the human race.

B.    The cosmic system is a factory for the production of spiritual losers.

C.    Romans 12:3 cf. 2 John 8-9 indicates that cosmic involvement is the principle of negative volition.

D.    Blackout of the soul is involvement in cosmic one; scar tissue of the soul is involvement in cosmic two.

5.    The unbeliever is blinded by walking in darkness (living in the cosmic system). Ephesians 4:18-19

6.    John 12:37-40 describes people continuing in negative volition.

7.    Romans 11:7-8 describes Jewish blackout of the soul from persistent negative volition.