reply to post by network dude
How about that. We agree on something. Walking the Walk and letting yourself be known by your actions rather than your words, is the way I like to
describe it. The men who I see doing this and truly helping others, are the ones I respect the most and aspire to emulate.
Right. This is the paradox with the condemnation of Christianity as a cult. As defined, a cult is New; is of a bizarre nature and reduces its
followers to a state worse than their beginning. A cult latches on to a person with false doctrine. Christianity, on the whole, transforms lives and
reflects the good that we see in the world around us. There are, of course, exceptions. We are all sinners. Even Christians are still sinners. We
have no hope of going it alone. Christ carries us the last mile. Before Christ, the world had no clue what suffering forward for other meant as a
worldview. We were barbarians ruled by tyrants. What little good has been accomplished at the hands of man has been because of Christ.
The final leg of the journey, the Day of the Lord (1000 years), will complete the task and show us what real government and leadership is all about.
Epistle of Barnabas 15:4
Give heed, children, what this meaneth; He ended in six days. He meaneth this, that in six thousand years the Lord shall bring all things to an
end; for the day with Him signifyeth a thousand years; and this He himself beareth me witness, saying; Behold, the day of the Lord shall be as a
thousand years. Therefore, children, in six days, that is in six thousand years, everything shall come to an end."
-Adam to Abraham 2000 Years of Age 1 (FATHER)
-Abraham to Jesus 2000 Years of Age 2 (SON)
-Jesus to Today 2000 Years of Age 3 (HOLY SPIRIT)
-Day of Rest (Day of the Lord) 1000 years (SALVATION)
We are raised as children. First, the Father is seen. The Son then follows. We then gain a holy spirit. At the end, salvation form the wilderness
and the promised land is found.
We cannot argue that our history is mismatched to this story. The Bible called it form the beginning at every angle. Other books, such as Barnabas,
confirm. Science confirms. Human nature confirms. The Bible is the enigma that keeps on giving. Symbols unlock to reveal truth. We're the only
ones that can be so dense as to not see the light. Our eyes need time to adapt as we emerge from the cave.
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