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originally posted by: KansasGirl
I'm not sure you are clear on who are the good guys and who are the bad guys, in your own theory.
originally posted by: SickWave
Strangely enough, Jesus was Jewish and said salvation is of the Jews and never referred to himself as Christian nor said that salvation was of Christianity. The word Christian never occurred in the Bible until after Jesus was dead.
originally posted by: Balkanization
... (archangels and ...).
(Miʹcha·el) [Who Is Like God?].
At 1 Thessalonians 4:16 the voice of the resurrected Lord Jesus Christ is described as being that of an archangel, suggesting that he is, in fact, himself the archangel. This text depicts him as descending from heaven with “a commanding call.” It is only logical, therefore, that the voice expressing this commanding call be described by a word that would not diminish or detract from the great authority that Christ Jesus now has as King of kings and Lord of lords. (Mt 28:18; Re 17:14) If the designation “archangel” applied, not to Jesus Christ, but to other angels, then the reference to “an archangel’s voice” would not be appropriate. In that case it would be describing a voice of lesser authority than that of the Son of God.
There are also other correspondencies establishing that Michael is actually the Son of God. ... (Da 10:13)... (Da 11:40)... (Da 12:1)...(Da 11:2-4, 7, 16b, 20, 21)...Re 11:15; 16:14-16....
The book of Revelation (12:7, 10, 12) specifically mentions Michael in connection with the establishment of God’s Kingdom and links this event with trouble for the earth: “And war broke out in heaven: Michael and his angels battled with the dragon, and the dragon and its angels battled. And I heard a loud voice in heaven say: ‘Now have come to pass the salvation and the power and the kingdom of our God and the authority of his Christ, because the accuser of our brothers has been hurled down . . . On this account be glad, you heavens and you who reside in them! Woe for the earth and for the sea.’” Jesus Christ is later depicted as leading the heavenly armies in war against the nations of the earth. (Re 19:11-16) This would mean a period of distress for them, which would logically be included in the “time of distress” that is associated with Michael’s standing up. (Da 12:1) Since the Son of God is to fight the nations, it is only reasonable that he was the one who with his angels earlier battled against the superhuman dragon, Satan the Devil, and his angels.
originally posted by: SickWave
The word Christian never occurred in the Bible until after Jesus was dead.
A God-given name for the followers of Jesus Christ.—Ac 11:26; 26:28.
The Latinized Greek term Khri·sti·a·nosʹ, found only three times in the Christian Greek Scriptures, designates followers of Christ Jesus, the exponents of Christianity.—Ac 11:26; 26:28; 1Pe 4:16.
The destruction of our former DNA by the use of laser technology by the Lords of anunnaki tradition: www.bibliotecapleyades.net...
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