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Thanks for the effort, but I do not need to be convinced.
Examples of what the trinity...In the Old Testament.
Originally posted by jmdewey60
reply to post by spy66
I am looking at the twelve tribe thing. I have to think the number twelve comes from the number of territories in the land that got moved into under Aaron and later.
In revelation, it is symbolic that there remains an inheritance, even if Earth is currently in a state of destruction. Jerusalem is built in heaven and eventually comes back down to Earth. For some reason, the Earth can not be restored until the people are there first.
The kings may be symbolic to, but I have to think all this symbolism is not there just for looks. The Earth may well be divided up to different inheritances. Not the exact term because there is no death in the new world.
My guess is that once sin is done away with, we will be allowed to inhabit other planets.
Originally posted by napayshni57
reply to post by spy66
May I suggest looking into quantum physics on thoughts and energy.
Do you know the start of the Lords prayer? The western translation begins:
Our Father, who art in Heaven,
The original Aramaic texts begins "Radiant One: You shine within us, outside us-even darkness shines when we remember.
Sometimes the translations weren't even close for the bibles in the western world.
When you break every thing down to its final subtance you end up with energy. You and your auto end up being made from the same exact thing energy.
The judgment for the people who will be in the first resurrection started already and can be calculated to the Daniel prophecy of the cleansing of the Temple. That happened close to 150 years ago and corresponds with what in the Old Testament system is the day of Judgment, which was on Yom Kippur. The judgment starts from the earliest people and works forward. Once everyone who is dead is judged, it starts on the people who are still alive. By the time that happens, there will not be very many good people left. It will be toward the end of the time of tribulation where Christians will be killed on a wholesale basis. Once that is done, there is a pronouncement from the Temple in heaven, "let who is evil, be evil still. Let whoever is righteous, be righteous still." Shortly thereafter Jesus takes those who have already been deemed righteous.
First Jesus comes down to defeat the Antichrist and the false profit. When this is done the 1000 years of peace will begin?
The judgment day has not started yet?
In the 1000 year period of peace the dead will be resurrected and the 144 000 will be chosen. Those are the once who sacrificed them self for Jesus and his name?
Originally posted by LDragonFire
1. You shall have no other gods before Me
The first commandment is simple in its wording; there can be no other explanations for what is said or what it means. Yet modern Christianity does not practice monotheism in a pure form. Christianity teaches and preaches the Trinity The belief that the Father the Son and the Holy Spirit are of one God.
This too me is incorrect and a direct violation of the first commandment.
16"For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. John 3:16 [KJV]
This is a direct violation of the first commandment. A contradiction.
The Father and Son are clearly separate beings. The Father meaning The God as in You shall have NO other Gods before ME. Then We have the Son of God, that said
"Do not let your hearts be troubled. Trust in God; trust also in me.” John 14:1 [KJV]
"If you love me, you will obey what I command.” John 14:15 [KJV]
Again they are separate beings. Separate Gods