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  • Chris - in Reply on Ephesians 2
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    So the above clearly shows that it wasn't crimes against Roman law that saw Jesus in front of Herod & Pilate, but from false accusations from the Sanhedrin. Of course, Pilate was culpable also by giving in to their demands & believing that he could absolve himself from this evil act (v24). On the other hand, should Jesus have conspired against Rome by inciting its citizens against their govt., then of course, Rome had every right to accuse Jesus of a crime & to face its consequences. And that 'crime' would have broken Covenant Law as well (probably the 6th Commandment) as the agitated & frenzied citizens would have reason to slaughter their Roman leaders.

    And one more thing, if I may: "Everyone that has been freed (from) the Covenant Law, which is the Law of Sin and Death, has been freed via their belief that they were freed at the cross and that "sin" no longer applies to them...". I heartily agree with your statement that believers are no longer bound to the Covenant Law which only revealed sin & brought resulting death (as I've shared elsewhere on this Site & received strong rebuttals), but has this freedom, through the Cross, meant that "sin no applies to them"? Again, as much as I appreciate a good presentation, I beg to differ. I realize that your statement hinges on Covenant Law being inferior to the Law of the Spirit of Life. And so it is, for that was God's Intention. However, as much as the Cross of Christ has now "made us free from the Law of Sin & Death" (Romans 8:2), it is freedom from the hopelessness of forgiveness, of any restitution or recovery from that Old Law, that Christ's Sacrifice fully accomplished at the Cross. The Old Law was perfect in every way, as given by the LORD, but in finding full, eternal redemption it could never do, thus the need of a better sacrifice (Hebrews 9:23; 7:19,22; 8:6).
  • Chris - in Reply on Ephesians 2
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    Hi Lynn, I've been following your various comments & they have been very interesting, yet different - and the one you've shared here is no exception.

    You said, "Jesus could not be crucified according to the Covenant Law because he had done nothing worthy of sin so the Jews had him crucified under Roman Law". I agree that Covenant Law was kept perfectly by Jesus proving His sinlessness, but wasn't the Sanhedrin's accusations against Jesus based on that Covenant Law, even though they themselves were misguided by not looking 'deeply' into & understanding God's Holy Requirements? All they saw in Jesus & His ministry was a 'breaking' or departure from God's Law so that they could justify their accusations against Him & keep their own positions & power over the people secure.

    They accused Him of violating the Sabbath Law (by healing on the Sabbath), threatening to destroy the Jewish Temple, of sorcery, exorcising people by the power of demons, & claiming to be both the Messiah and the Son of God, etc. The Roman govt. thought these charges against Him were of little consequence to them & just violations of Jewish customs: "And Pilate, when he had called together the chief priests and the rulers and the people said unto them, Ye have brought this man unto me, as one that perverteth the people: and, behold, I, having examined him before you, have found no fault in this man touching those things whereof ye accuse him: No, nor yet Herod: for I sent you to him; and, lo, nothing worthy of death is done unto him." Luke 23:13-15.
  • Mishael Part 2 - in Reply on 1 Corinthians 14:26
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    "If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and cleanse us from all unrighteousness." 1 John 1:9

    Pray this prayer with sincerity of heart

    "Dear God, I believe in you and that your Son, Jesus Christ, is Lord. I believe in His sacrifice for my sins and His resurrection from the dead. I repent and ask forgiveness for my sins and I'm deciding now to follow you. Please, come into my life through the gift of your Holy Spirit. It is in the Lord Jesus' name that I ask and receive, Amen."

    The Bible says doing these things with sincerity means you are a Christian (Christ follower) and will have eternal life in heaven.

    "These things have I written unto you that believe on the name of the Son of God; that ye may know that ye have eternal life, and that ye may believe on the name of the Son of God." 1 John 5:13

    Use caution in trusting your feelings, as feelings change. Stand on God's promises- they never change.

    Now is a good time to repent of things you have done. Get everything under the shed blood of Jesus. He's paid for all of your sins. Be straight with him. He knows everything we've done.

    Ask him to send you some angels to keep you safe from the enemies of your soul. Block people on your phone who will try to tempt you to return to your old lifestyle. Ask God to bring you some new. Christian friends.

    You are going to have to testify to old friends that you have been born again and are now a follower of Jesus. Don't let them laugh you out of your promise.

    You're going to have spiritual warfare, so read your Bible every day. Start with Ephesians 6. Stay in Matthew through to 1,2,3rd John near the back. Speak it as you read it: it will stick in all 3 gates: eyes, ears, mouth.

    Pray as if we were talking. Your own thoughts. Ask for and receive what you ask for. Believe you have it. The Holy Spirit is with you now. John 16&17.

    Hit the REPLY button to email me. You're on my prayer list.
  • Mishael Part 1 - in Reply on 1 Corinthians 14:26
    How to become a follower of Jesus Christ (Christian)

    If you feel compelled to take your first step towards God, you can do that right now wherever you are.

    1. Acknowledge the Problem: We have all sinned, and that sin separates us from God

    No matter how good you think you are, no matter how many good things you try to do, it is still not good enough to get into heaven; it can't be earned but is a gift.

    "For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God" Romans 3:23

    "For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord." Romans 6:23

    "And he said, That which cometh out of the man, that defileth the man. For from within, out of the heart of men, proceed evil thoughts, adulteries, fornications, murders, Thefts, covetousness, wickedness, deceit, lasciviousness, an evil eye, blasphemy, pride, foolishness; all these evil things come from within, and defile the man." Mark 7:20-23

    2
    . Discover the Solution: Jesus

    The only way for God to bridge the gap between Himself and us is through His Son, Jesus Christ. His death was a substitute for us; He paid the penalty for our sins.

    "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life." John 3:16

    "For Christ also hath once suffered for sins, the just for the unjust, that He might bring us to God." I Peter 3:18

    "Neither is there salvation in any other; for there is no other name under Heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved." Acts 4:12

    3
    . Respond: Believe, Repent, Confess, Accept Jesus as Lord and Savior

    To be saved, we must believe that Jesus is Lord and believe that He died for our sins. This confession acknowledges before God that we are unable to attain righteousness on our own and that we accept His plan for our lives.
  • Adam - in Reply on Ephesians 2
    Hi Lynn,

    I noticed you didn't cite any Bible verses to back up your belief, so where does this belief come from? Did a church pastor tell you this or how did you come to such a conclusion that "If a person kills/murders another deliberately, that is a crime, not a sin... "

    Is God ok with ALL sin then? Fornication or adultery is not illegal, so if someone wants to commit that tonight, are you saying that God is ok with that and it isn't a sin? If so, where in the Bible does it support this idea?

    As you may know, Satan is the father of lies. He deceives people, including Christians to get people to justify sin and turn from Jesus. So, one of us is incorrect, because truth is not relative. There's only 1 truth. So, if Satan deceived one of us, which is more likely, that satan would deceive a Christian into being more obedient to God than he needs to (how awful), or that satan deceives a Christian into believing that sin is ok, and good, and there's nothing wrong with following the world and committing evil, because it's already forgiven. Which of those 2 things is most likely satan's choice to deceive a Christian?

    I have prayed about this and 100% disagree with what you said, have a mountain of scripture to back it up, and have prayed and asked God to know the truth and I believe with all my heart that murder is a sin, fornication is sin, adultery is a sin, cursing is sin. The 2 greatest commandments from Jesus you claimed that 'replaced' the moral law did replace it, but added to it and made it even MORE restrictive and HARDER to follow. Example Matthew 5:28.Let me ask this- are you 100% following Jesus's 2 commands? How do you know if you're truly loving God with all your heart, soul and mind? Wouldn't obeying God's law and avoiding sin be a part of loving Him? 1 John 1:8, John 8:34. How about loving your neighbor as yourself. Have you done this 100% perfectly all your life? If you are without sin then are you better than Jesus? 1 John 4:20, Romans 3:23.
  • Richard Scurry on Romans 3:10
    The text mentioned here Romans 3:10 is misquoting the Hebrew scriptures. In fact paul is removing words from the Hebrew scriptures and adding his own words.

    Romans 3:10 As it is written, There is none righteous, no, not one: 11There is none that understandeth, there is none that seeketh after God. 12They are all gone out of the way, they are together become unprofitable; there is none that doeth good, no, not one. 13Their throat is an open sepulchre; with their tongues they have used deceit; the poison of asps is under their lips:

    Psalms 14:1 To the chief Musician, A Psalm of David. The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God. They are corrupt, they have done abominable works, there is none that doeth good.

    2 The LORD looked down from heaven upon the children of men, to see if there were any that did understand, and seek God.

    3 They are all gone aside, they are all together become filthy: there is none that doeth good, no, not one.

    there is no mention of a "righteous" person in the first 3 verses of Psalms 14. IF you were to read this in its CONTEXT you will see that this chapter is talking about "FOOLISH PEOPLE". Its NOT stating that there are no righteous people on earth, for I can give you close to 100 passages that show there are, but that there is no good in the FOOL that has said in his heart, "There is no GOD".

    read it like this,

    Psalms 14:1 "The fool" hath said in his heart, There is no God. They "The fool" are corrupt, they "The fool" have done abominable works, there is none that doeth good."The fool"

    2 The LORD looked down from heaven upon the children of men "The fool", to see if there were any that did understand, and seek God.

    3 They "The fool" are all gone aside, they "The fool" are all together become filthy: there is none that doeth good, no, not one. "The fool"

    IF there were no righteous men why did the writer write the words of verse 5?

    Psalms 14:5 There were they "the fool" in great fear: for God is in >>>the generation of the righteous.
  • Chris - in Reply on 2 Samuel 1
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    So, as with the Revelation given to John, which was replete with imagery, Paul doubtless also received God's special Words to His Church that aligned perfectly with what was proclaimed under the Old Covenant to Israel (of which he was well acquainted). And those words & empowered in their delivery, no doubt were especially veiled in some areas (as said above), but given full disclosure in others. And the reason for that now, must be for our learning & continual hunger to resort to the Scriptures & being cast upon His Wisdom, so that in time, we may no longer see "it all darkly (veiled & incomplete) but to await the time when all will be revealed".
  • Chris - in Reply on 2 Samuel 1
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    I wholeheartedly agree with you Spike that things would have been a lot simpler & cause less confusion & unnecessary debate if there were clear, itemized explanations of certain doctrines or teachings. Even with the matter of the Rapture/Second Coming of Christ. We know that this is yet to happen in the future but only a clear list of events in timely progression would have alleviated all (well maybe, not all), doubts & disputes. Or, as you quoted 1 Cor 13:12 which amplifies what was written in the preceding verses: why didn't Paul clearly explain what "that which is perfect is come, then that which is in part shall be done away" means, rather than leave us guessing what the "that which is perfect" is. Many have offered their opinions & all are worthy for consideration, but since it's not been made clear to us, then we will remain guessing. And I note, that you have well observed that these 'vague' expressions or verses that we find in the Word, may well be for our 'further investigation' & continual hunger & resorting to the Scriptures.

    Also, I feel that Paul, in his time with the Lord in the 'deserts' of Arabia: "But when it pleased God, who separated me from my mother's womb, and called me by his grace, to reveal his Son in me, that I might preach him among the heathen; immediately I conferred not with flesh and blood: neither went I up to Jerusalem to them which were apostles before me; but I went into Arabia, and returned again unto Damascus" Galatians 1:15-17, indicates in such few words that the time there was a time of special intervention & ministry from the Risen Christ to the spiritually Renewed & Refreshed Paul. What he must have learned at the Feet of Jesus out there, one can hardly imagine, except what we read in his many letters to the Churches.
  • Lynn C Friend - in Reply on Ephesians 2
    Hello Adam, Clearly you misinterpreted what I said.. :) I said, there is a difference between Sin and Crime... The only way one can become a sinner is to be party with God to the Covenant Law that God gave to Moses to give to the Israelites. If one believes that Covenant Law applies to them in any way it means they still need a Savior to be freed from that Covenant Law which is also called the Law of Sin and Death....

    Crime has to do with the law of the land in which one lives... If one breaks the law of the land, they become a criminal not a sinner because they would be party to the gov't of that land in which they live.

    And no this in no way whatsoever means one can deliberately kill anyone and get away with it... No one will get away with deliberate murder whether they are party with God to the Covenant Law or whether they are party to the gov't's law of the land...

    For ex: I was freed from the Covenant Law that I believed applied to me that continually had me believing I was a sinner and that I always must be doing something to please God for everything I thought I had done wrong.

    Once freed from the Covenant Law I am still subject to the law of the land in which I live... However, I have no desire whatsoever to break the laws of the land so not worried about becoming a criminal, but IF I ever should break the law of the land I will pay the penalty for whatever I do wrong in the eyes of the law of the land... That still does not make me a sinner because I was freed from being a sinner at the cross... I would simply be a criminal...

    When Paul said sin dwelled in him. or something to effect, what Paul was meaning was the "knowledge of sin" dwells within him... It was far more difficult for Paul being as he was an Israelite and had lived under Covenant Law all his life... Lynn :)
  • Chris - in Reply on Revelation 9:11
    Sheila, the passage about the Seventh Seal (Revelation 8:1) involves the Seven Angels with the Seven Trumpets sounding. As you know, all this is a description of the time when God's Wrath (the Great Tribulation) is to come upon the unbelieving world. In Revelation 9:1, it's the turn of the Fifth Angel of the Seven, to sound his trumpet & a part of this outpouring of God's Anger, unbelievers are to physically suffer a most horrible agony as when a scorpion strikes a man (v5).

    So to have all this happen, the key to the bottomless pit is used to release these demons that are directed to give extreme pain & suffering to those who are not sealed by God. I don't believe that a demon is given the key to open the pit & release the demons, but an angel from God. And Abaddon/Apollyon is the 'king' angel from the Pit (i.e. a satanic angel) who may be instrumental in leading out the legions of demons to accomplish their devastating task on the Earth. So he & they are evil, but God can & does use evil spirits, people, & kingdoms to accomplish His Purposes.

    Yet, it's noteworthy that those with the 'seal of God on their foreheads' are to be spared (v4). Christians are not here at this time, as they have been removed to Heaven long before; and Christians are sealed, not on their foreheads, but in their spirits by the Holy Spirit: "ye were sealed with that holy Spirit of promise, which is the earnest of our inheritance until the redemption of the purchased possession, unto the praise of his glory." So who are these left on the Earth that have God's Seal on their foreheads? They could be the Elect from Israel who never turned to Christ for their salvation but yet are to be saved through recognizing their Saviour when He returns again & figure in the Millennium reign of Christ on the Earth.
  • Lynn C Friend - in Reply on Ephesians 2
    Hello Chris, One must have a complete understanding of why ALL crimes are not sin... This is the reason Jesus could not be crucified according to the Covenant Law because he had done nothing worthy of sin so the Jews had him crucified under Roman Law, the law of the land. Paul was an expert in both Covenant Law and Roman Law, two completely different laws... Sin did not apply to Roman Law... Sin applies only to the Covenant Law that God gave to Moses to give to the Israelites... If one believes the Covenant Law that was given to the Israelites that defines sin, applies to them, that means that person has never believed in the finished work of the cross for their self...

    In other words, this is the reason one must have a complete understanding of why their was a need for a Savior and why their Savior is the Lord Jesus Christ..

    Everyone that has been freed for the Covenant Law, which is the Law of Sin and Death, has been freed via their belief that they were freed at the cross and that "sin" no longer applies to them...

    However that does not mean that "crime" does not apply because one is subject to the law of the land in which they live and if they break the law of the land they become a criminal and should pay the penalty that is required by the law of their land for that crime... Lynn :)
  • Chris - in Reply on Romans 13
    Joe, yes, Romans 13:1-7 does refer to the governments & legal system that have rule & authority by God to administer the necessary laws for the protection & welfare of society. And the apostle Paul states that we are to be subject to them because they are divinely appointed or even permitted by God to perform those functions.

    But your question & this passage raises other issues which may be perplexing to those who may be subject to the directives & laws of their governments that are actually "a terror to good works or don't appear to be God's minister executing wrath upon the evil". Of course, in our musings, we are reminded that Paul wrote all this whilst under the authority of the Roman government, which was renowned for its ruthless wickedness. So we have no excuse to debate this issue when our own governments appear to fall far short of God's Standards or of Paul's own instructions to us to obey such systems.

    So, in light of Scripture, I believe we still need to obey, or sometimes suffer, under our governments, as they are appointed by God, however knowing that most governments are godless by nature, we have to decide whether there is conflict by what they require and what God requires. So, I believe that in spite of this Romans passage which can be troubling to some who are under repressive & godless governments, believers are still in a position to obey them & come under their rule, yet oppose governmental directives & laws where they clearly oppose God's Directives to us. I personally find this Romans passage one of those difficult portions of Scripture to fully reconcile.
  • Max Uribe - in Reply on Genesis 1
    Pro-creation. They had not eaten of the Tree of knowledge yet.
  • Chris - in Reply on Genesis 1
    What "matters of the flesh" are you thinking of? All 'animal' species intrinsically know what it takes to reproduce its own kind, so maybe you're thinking of some other matter.
  • Chris - in Reply on Ephesians 2
    All crimes are sin as the Bible determines. However, our governments don't like the word 'Sin' (it would be too religious & has an 'undesirable connotation') so we instead have the word 'crime'. So if someone commits murder, a righteous government would say: "a grievous sin has been committed before God & man" but you'll never hear that said.
  • Warren R Frank on Matthew 10:28
    I want to know why man has changed the meaning of the fear of the Lord to be in awe of Him, to reverence Him, to respect Him, to honor Him?

    We are to choose the fear of the Lord which keeps us quiet from the fear of evil

    Proverbs 1:29-33.

    We must seek the Lord so that we shall come to understand the fear of the Lord....and the knowledge of God

    Proverbs 2:5-11

    How can we trust in the Lord with all our heart without leaning unto our own understanding if we do not seek Him?

    How can we depart from evil except by the fear of the Lord.

    Proverbs 3:5-7

    Many speak as though they have never feared the Lord.

    1 John 4:18

    Therefore, did they ever choose the fear of the Lord? NO they did not choose the fear of the Lord.

    Do men depart from evil by being in awe of Him, by reverence; honor; respect?

    And if all those things were the true meaning of the fear of the Lord, they should no longer be in awe of Him, or reverence Him, or honor Him, or respect Him. All these things would be cast out by perfect love.

    The fear of the Lord is clean and endures forever.

    Psalms 19:9
  • Adam - in Reply on Ephesians 2
    Hi Lynn, I've never heard anyone say it's ok to kill people, especially from a Bible-reader, that its not immoral and not a sin, so this is a first. So, if this were true that civil law is the only thing making killing wrong then it would be totally fine to kill outside of a country's borders and laws? So its 100% fine for a Christian to harm others as long as there's no civil law where you are, such as in open waters, or on a remote island, or in space? Even most atheists and satan worshippers believe killing is immoral. The Bible does not support this idea and one would have to ignore a mountain of scripture to cherry pick something and massively distort it to even come remotely close to justifying this, however, I'm open to seeing your supporting scripture for this idea, because Jesus directly said he didn't destroy the law in Matthew 5:17. Paul still wrestled with sin and tried very hard to avoid it and this was after Jesus's resurrection, if there was no such thing as sin then Paul wouldn't have said all that in Romans 7. God bless.
  • Max Uribe on Genesis 1
    Why would man and woman be instructed to go forth and multiply if they knew not of matters of the flesh.
  • Lynn C Friend - in Reply on Ephesians 2
    Hello Adam, Jesus said that prior to his death and resurrection.. His death took away the sin of the world.. there are only 2 commandments, Love the Lord Thy God with all Thy Heart and all Thy mind and all Thy soul, and Love one another... On these 2 commandments rest ALL the Law and the Prophets...

    If a person kills/murders another deliberately, that is a crime, not a sin... The crime committed is judged according to the Law of the land in which one lives... Lynn
  • Lynn C Friend - in Reply on Psalms 91
    Hello Aaron, The spirit returns to God from where it came and the flesh returns to the ground.. Lynn
  • Lynn C Friend - in Reply on Genesis 1:5
    Hello thomas, lol so true!
  • Joe on Romans 13
    I have a Question:Is Romans Chpt13 vas.1-7 talking about our leaders of our country or what is meant by the higher powers?
  • Robert Stoltz on Song of Solomon 4
    Can any explain verse seven, how it relates to a Christians walk? How about the entire paragraph in this context?
  • Abrahams Olasupo Kingsman - in Reply on Psalms 10
    Brother Kevin seems politically abscessed that he failed seeing that the key element here are the evil people that oppressed humans. The failure of the Church can never be corrected by the politicians. The church has the burden responsibility to pray out the snakes that hide beneath the evangelicals to perpetrate their hatreds for the poor immigrants and the down trodden. Please read the Bible with the open heart and the Holy Ghost!
  • Barbara May on Romans 8:3
    I need a big kjv bible
  • Alex on Isaiah 42:1
    Alex comments about Isaiah 42 th Elect, the Promised ones,Jesus neva refered to any man as the Elect, the Promised one. He only refered to the H.G. as PROMISED ONE. Simply b/c we were all born by the will of some man. But its only the H.G. that is born by the will of God in humanity. Thats y we must be bornagain of an incorruptible seed even by the words of God, thats y he said that which is born of the SPIRIT IS SPIRIT thats our new innerman the H.G. his name sake that is not born of flesh nor of the will of man, nor of blood but only by the WILL OF GOD IN OUR HEARTS via that good seed etc. The H.G. is not a flesh and blood being and he is only born by the will of God in mans hearts and he is the ELECT the PROMISE CHILD The multiplIcation of CHRIST, THAT WAS THE PROMISE THAT CHRIST WD BE MULTIPLIED AS THE STARS OF HEAVEN THUS THE H.G IS TRULY THE ELECT, THE CHILD OF PROMISE.And he and only he shall judge the world as Jesus said when he the Spirit of truth is come he will reprove the world of sin and judgement and righteousness etc.All the animals in Isaiah 11 is humanity the lil child that leads them is the H.G. ( the babes and sucklings ) ARE HIS CHILDREN THAT ARE GONA LEAD US INTO ALL TRUTH. They shall not hurt nor destroy in all my holy mountain ( the H.G. ) The kingdom of God,Unless you receive the Kingdom of God as a lil Child you will in no wise enter there in. Knowledge shall cover the earth as the waters cover the seas thus there shall be no more seas of humanity without the knowledge of God. I will KNOW them all from the least to the greatest IMPLING A BIRTH OF CHRIST IN US. GB
  • Shenika Perry on Proverbs 22:6
    i give all to Jesus fully, and this is what i desire for all of my grandchildren in their lives i am raising five of my grandchildren they are all boys, and sometimes it seems, so hard because he will be 18 November 13, 2020. For some reason I can see poor judgement on his behalf. His friends is not the type of friends that God, and I approve. The other four boys is watching him, and they desire to follow him. They really looks up to him, but we pray together, talk, together, read together but he want the world. Sometimes it looks like he wants all that it have to offer. Sometimes he can get in a distance, and stay locked up in his room, because i moved him away from the big fast city life from around his friends, but they want leave him along, and he has no desire for them to leave him along. He keep pushing to get back over there. What do you do when you no this is not for this child?
  • Thomas on Genesis 1:5
    Proverbs 16- 25 There is a way that seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death.------- This proverb describes the demonic Democratic Party.
  • Alex on Isaiah 53
    Comments by Alex about his death and resurrection which is gonna fulfill the LAW. Sin in the transgression of the law. But if them that are born of God cannot sin b/c his seed the living word is with in them ( Christ in us ) then the LAW IS FULFILLED simply b/c them that are born of GOD cannot sin, Its gonna make it impossible to sin when his kingdom is with in US Christ in US ETC. And thats how he will fulfill the LAW. We will all love God with all our hearts and our neighbors as ourselves, Love is the fulfillment of the LAW. But there is no divine love without Christ in us. The seed that is gona remain in us is the H.G. the seed of God our husband etc. Thats what true conversion is all about, we are gona birth a baby Christ THE SON OF MAN, THE H.G. THAT IS GONNA RULE ALL NATIONS, Simply b/c he is gona be born in the hearts of every man,remember Jeremiah saw ALL men in travail and birth pains,He was trying to tell us something everytime he refered to himself as the SON OF MAN,Mankind is gonna birth a baby Christ making it impossible to sin,Thus fulfilling the law, thus we will keep the commandments b/c we cannot sin,its gonna be impossible to sin simply b/c the manchild our new innerman is God,The new covenant is a birthing covenant he is gona put his seeds WORDS in our hearts and minds, THUS A NEW INNERMAN WHICH IS OUR NEW HEART AND NEW SPIRIT, That new heaven and new earth is simply our new innerman which is Christ in US, his seed and his name is that new earth and new heaven as Isaiah said.If we birth the Child which is the H.G a living being via his seed the Word we will keep the commandments remember the woman in Revelation 12 who births the Child keeps the commandments simply b/c the CHILD IS THE kingdom our king the SON OF MAN ETC OUR FRUIT UNTO GOD. All the law will be fulfilled simply b/c Christ is gona live with in US. ya think that we are gona go around breaking the law while Christ is living with us no. them that are born of GOD CANNOT SIN. gbu
  • Sheila on Revelation 9:11
    Im confused, is Abaddon, Gods angel or demonic? Why would Jesus give up his keys to hell to a demon? If he is the destroying angel used by God to cause harm to evil people, doesnt that make him good?


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