posted on Dec, 26 2007 @ 10:09 PM
Who is up to the challenge to answer this thread? Let whoever is wise among you step forth.
"And he shall send his angels with a great sound of a trumpet, and they shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from one end of
heaven to the other."--KJV
It was said no man knows that day or hour, but that's not so if there is supposed to be a trumpet sounding just before. Which is a clue to just
before, correct? And on the exact day and hour you'll just know as it occurs, correct?
"But" of "that" day and hour means "And" of "this" day and hour knoweth every man, yes, even the angels which are out the superphysical.
^^Before any angel (ghost is the same thing) leaves their physical body they'd be out the superphysical by being physical, correct?
It's a question and answer of that and this, there and here, those and these. So you may just want to re-read the gospel with this new insight,
particularly about the trumpet sound. Like is it on that day or this day, or even, there or here.
"And he I command send his angels without a great sound of a trumpet, and they I command gather together his elect from the four winds, from
one end of the superphysical to the other."
^^Ahh, this version makes sense, doesnt it now?