Originally posted by jcord
citation or it didn't happen
Originally posted by Equidae
Originally posted by RevelationGeneration
Originally posted by Bkrmn
reply to post by RevelationGeneration
Even though I believe it to be an illusion caused by the light on the wall, I can see why you would think you have photographed a spirit or
ghost, but why a "fallen angel"? Thanks for taking the trouble to post it, though I think you would have received a much more positive response had
you not called it a "fallen angel".
Simply because the bible tells us there are no ghost's but only demonic spirits that imitate other things. I did not photograph this
edit on 20-11-2011 by RevelationGeneration because: (no reason given)
The Bible also tells us that it's okay to sell your daughter into slavery (and instructs how you should go about it) and that it's okay to smite a
city because somebody screwed up the census.
- Exodus 21:7 "When a man sells his daughter as a slave, she will not be freed at the end of six years as the men are.
- Deuteronomy 15:17 "In that case, take an awl and push it through his earlobe into the door. After that, he will be your servant for life. And do
the same for your female servants."
- 2 Samuel 24:1-17 Again the anger of the LORD burned against Israel, and he incited David against them, saying, "Go and take a census of Israel and
So the king said to Joab and the army commanders with him, "Go throughout the tribes of Israel from Dan to Beersheba and enroll the fighting men, so
that I may know how many there are." But Joab replied to the king, "May the LORD your God multiply the troops a hundred times over, and may the eyes
of my lord the king see it. But why does my lord the king want to do such a thing?"
The king's word, however, overruled Joab and the army commanders; so they left the presence of the king to enroll the fighting men of Israel.
After crossing the Jordan, they camped near Aroer, south of the town in the gorge, and then went through Gad and on to Jazer. They went to Gilead and
the region of Tahtim Hodshi, and on to Dan Jaan and around toward Sidon. Then they went toward the fortress of Tyre and all the towns of the Hivites
and Canaanites. Finally, they went on to Beersheba in the Negev of Judah.
After they had gone through the entire land, they came back to Jerusalem at the end of nine months and twenty days. Joab reported the number of the
fighting men to the king: In Israel there were eight hundred thousand able-bodied men who could handle a sword, and in Judah five hundred thousand.
David was conscience-stricken after he had counted the fighting men, and he said to the LORD, "I have sinned greatly in what I have done. Now, O
LORD, I beg you, take away the guilt of your servant. I have done a very foolish thing."
Before David got up the next morning, the word of the LORD had come to Gad the prophet, David's seer: "Go and tell David, 'This is what the LORD
says: I am giving you three options. Choose one of them for me to carry out against you.' "
So Gad went to David and said to him, "Shall there come upon you three years of famine in your land? Or three months of fleeing from your enemies
while they pursue you? Or three days of plague in your land? Now then, think it over and decide how I should answer the one who sent me."
David said to Gad, "I am in deep distress. Let us fall into the hands of the LORD, for his mercy is great; but do not let me fall into the hands of
So the LORD sent a plague on Israel from that morning until the end of the time designated, and seventy thousand of the people from Dan to Beersheba
died. When the angel stretched out his hand to destroy Jerusalem, the LORD was grieved because of the calamity and said to the angel who was
afflicting the people, "Enough! Withdraw your hand." The angel of the LORD was then at the threshing floor of Araunah the Jebusite.
When David saw the angel who was striking down the people, he said to the LORD, "I am the one who has sinned and done wrong. These are but sheep.
What have they done? Let your hand fall upon me and my family."