Originally posted by Iason321
wildtimes and autowrench:
It is not uncommon for prophets to be hated, mocked, and stoned.
So you are a prophet? Highly doubtful, to say the lease, and a big ego, to say the most.
Look at what they did to Jesus the Christ.
First of all, the letter "J" is only about 500 years old. Secondly, there are no Vowels, not one, in the Hebrew language. Thirdly, how do you know
what anyone did back then? Nothing was written about it for many years after the fact.
See my thread here, it fits you perfectly.
Is Christianity Really Brainwashing?
Thank you for your hatred towards me
I hate not a soul, and I think Wildtimes don't either. We love everyone. Now, Hate? Please answer me these questions, not that you bring this up?
Why do Christians hate Jews, blacks, and Catholics?
Why do Christians hate Gays so much?
Why do Christians hate Atheists?
Why do Christians hate Wiccans?
Why do Christians hate Rock Music?
It means I am doing my job that God destined me to do.
And I am doing what his Mother destined me to do. Educating Christians. Care to ID your God here? Is it Yahweh? Cause I know a few things about him.
The reason you two are reacting so fiercly to me calling you out, is because the Holy Spirit is convincting you, and then the Deceiver is
coming in and unleashing your fury and hatred towards the Almighty, and directing it at me.
"Holy Spirit" is a term introduced in English translations of the Hebrew Bible. For the majority of Christians, the belief in the Holy Trinity
implies the existence of three distinct Holy Persons: God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit being One Eternal Triple faced God. Notice
there is no Feminine aspect here in the all male club called the Trinity. This in itself has always made me suspicious.
There has been a long history of belief in demonic possession. They should be investigated and understood, so that informed Christians can determine
what the truth is regarding these confusing beliefs, and where they came from in the first place.
There is nowhere in the Bible that says explicitly that a Christian can have a demon. But it does talk about believers having demons. If you are a
believer, you are a Christian. How do you know if the one you invited into you is the Holy Spirit or a Demon? I’ve heard it said that when you ask
for the Holy Spirit it’s always going to be the Holy Spirit. But there is no real test for this. I have also been told that God would never send a
Demon, but there is no knowing who God is either.
And it seems that only by taking the Holy Spirit into your body can you "understand" the Bible. You cannot just read it, you have to have it
explained to you by this Holy Spirit. The question arises, is this a Possession? I know I have read and researched it, but am often ridiculed and
chastened for posting the information I have found within this research on the Bible.
Whether or not a Christian can be possessed is a matter of opinion, and not always an informed opinion. There will always be people that say they can,
and people that say they can’t. Of course a lot of people will make up their minds on this subject without even doing any research on their own.
There is also the matter of what a person would consider the word “possession” to mean. To most people it simply means that one has no control
over themselves, can not choose for themselves to do what is right, and they no longer have their God given free will. I never understood this
concept, if the Holy Spirit is guiding one, how it that practicing Free Will?
There is Biblical scripture concerning the Holy Spirit, and that it dwells within you. This is found in 1 Corinthians Chapter 6:19 and 6:20. These
verses explain that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit which is in you which you received from God.
I grew up in a Church of God Church, devout and fundamental as can be, and I have seen with my own eyes what happens when a person is possessed by
this "Holy Spirit." I have seen then thrashing on the floor, speaking gibberish they call "speaking in tongues," and shaking much like the Shakers
of Early America.
Yeah, send that Holy Spirit over here, I have a few words for it.
You do not see what you're doing.
But I do.
Mighty big Ego there, youngster. I know exactly what I am doing, and so does anyone else that is educated, and has researched the Bible(s) and any
other religious document/text/codex they have ever came across, like I have. Have you read it through yet? I have yet to meet a Christian, preacher or
not, that has read it. My own brother was a preacher for 14 years before he took the Bible on as a research project, now he is like me, a Wiccan. You
are not the only one who has come here and set themselves up as God/Jesus personal mouthpiece, one who know just what God is thinking.