reply to post by StopComplaining
Well if you accept all words that are written, I suppose you could come to the conclusion that Jesus was not always of a good nature. I dont think
being angered at the Temple made him a bad man, nor telling others that they will have to reap what they sow made him bad, but later it does say Jesus
will return and force a new way here.....if there is force, then no this would not be of a good nature....force causes a fight or flight mode, which
is a unnatural mode for learning and accepting for the right reasons.
I saw you placed me on a 'foe' list yesterday....that shows me more then anything that you are willing to make enemies, make a display of people you
dont agree with, not love your neighbors. In the end, what ever happens, Im willing to forgive all my others for what they dont know they do.
We all have a purpose here, and that purpose is not to just wait on God. This thought alone will hold our species back. What do you suppose 'go on to
do better things' really means?
If you want to think God is two different natures....be careful to not be trying to follow two different Masters. There is a owner of the vineyard and
there is a Master of the Vineyard....the owner is patient, allows the vines to ripen with time, order, and natural cycle. The Master is the one who
becomes jealous, wants the vines for himself, and tried to kill anyone who comes to collect the harvest for the owner. Even the claimed 'son' of the
As much as you want to show I am your foe, I hope you can at least accept that I speak because I care. I care many will fall into the wrong way, if
your nature is not understanding of why it must turn the other cheek, love your neighbor, and do for others more then yourself, you likely wont
understand what it means to mend your sowing and reaping, to be perfect in your spirit, even allow this life to not be the life you fight for.
You can think all of the Bible is talking about one nature, one God. But even that book shows you in between the lines, you cant follow two different
The nature of the OT god is what is allowing many people to excuse their own carnal behaviors today. It gives the excuse for hate, anger, and
jealousy...oh, and pride too.
My best to you